Internal Affairs

 The Office of Professional Responsibility in the Township of Ocean Police Department is responsible for ensuring that members of the department meet the highest standards of professional conduct, and are responsive to the citizens they serve. The Office of Professional Responsibility is also responsible for the thorough investigation of all complaints of misconduct against members of the Township of Ocean Police Department.

The Office of Professional Responsibility reports directly to the Chief of Police. The Office is charged with administering the investigative and disciplinary processes for the Township of Ocean Police Department. The primary mission of the Office of Professional Review is to assure that the members of the Township of Ocean Police meet the highest standards of integrity and ethical performance.  The Township of Ocean Police Department is dedicated to providing the best possible police service to the citizens it serves.

Officers are carefully selected and receive the best possible training to help them perform their duties in a fair, honest, impartial, and professional manner. Your assistance helps the Township of Ocean Police maintain the integrity of the organization.

If you feel strongly about the conduct of an officer, positively or negatively, please let us know.  The Office of Professional Responsibility can be reached by telephone at: 732-531-1816  or citizens may visit the Township of Ocean Police Headquarters located at 399 Monmouth Road, Oakhurst, NJ, 07755. Email at police@oceantwp.org

2016 Professional Standards Final Report 

Professional Standards 4th Quarter Report 2016

Professional Standards 3rd Quarter Report 2016

Professional Standards 2nd Quarter Report 2016

Professional Standards 1st Quarter Report 2016

Professional Standards Summary Report 2015

Professional Standards Summary Report 2014

Professional Standards Summary Report 2013

Professional Standards Summary Report 2012

Professional Standards Summary Report 2011

Professional Standards Summary Report 2010