ALL SCHEDULED EVENTS FOR THE BURLINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS INCLUDES ALL CHILD SAFETY SEAT CHECKPOINTS BEING HELD AT THE COUNTY COMPLEX ON WEDNESDAYS, DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASSES AT THE EMERGENCY SERVICES TRAINING CENTER, HOPE ONE, AND THE SENIOR EXPOSITION
Please be advised that scammers are calling victims from what appears to be a phone number used by the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department and threatening the victim with arrest. The caller will state they are a deputy with our agency and will then try and get the victim to pay off the warrant using gift cards or other sources. If you receive a call of this nature, please call the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department Special Investigations Unit at 609-265-5504.
Hope One Burlington County - The HOPE One mobile access unit offers critical support for persons and their families struggling with addiction, and related issues, with the goals of preventing drug overdoses and deaths and providing linkages for treatment and recovery support services putting them on the road to recovery and wellness. See our flyer for more details.
Child Safety Seat Checkpoint Information -New Jersey state certified technicians are available to inspect your child's safety seat.
Defensive Driving Information - Participants may be eligible to receive up to a 5% discount and/or a 2-point New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles reduction.
Equestrian Mentoring Program - Offers youth who are showing signs of problematic behavior an opportunity to actively engage in character building and experiential exercises and sessions designed to empower them to make positive and healthy life choices.
Terrorism Awareness Program (T.A.P.) - A train-the-trainer program in which first responders will be taught to educate their citizens on how to identify potential signs of terrorist activity, as well as how to respond during an active shooter situation.
Police and Teens Together (P.A.T.T.) - Youth will play the role of law enforcement using lifelike video technology so they can experience the split-second decision-making required by police officers. Officers will understand the concerns and perceptions of teenagers concerning stereotypes and experiences with law enforcement.