Millville Police Department
The Millville Police Department thrives on it's public contact.
The Millville Police Department has special details to communicate with the public by positive interaction. You will see Officers from the department engaging in many public events. Officers will walk through businesses talking with both the owners and consumers. Officers are encouraged to inter act with the public as much as possible.
The Mcgruff program allows officers to interact with children teaching them that crime doesn't pay.
NCPU speaks to children at the R D Wood School in the City.
The Millville Police Department's K-9 Unit conducts several public and school details throughout the year
2 Officers recognized and awarded Lifesaving Awards
Patrolman Nelson Ferrer Chief Haas Patrolman Joe Labonne
Patrolman Ferrer and Patrolman Labonne recently received lifesaving awards for their heroic actions on July 6, 2011. Both officers responded to a Dwelling fire with several reported people trapped, in the 900 block of Buck Street. They were first on the scene at 3:31am and with total disregard for their own life and safety they entered the burning house in search of the reported trapped citizens.
As they searched the burning house both officers found a bed ridden man. They then attempted to to save the man from the fate of the fire. Millville Firefighters then arrived and assisted with the extrication of the man.
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