Your Police serve with integrity, to preserve life, to enforce law, and to work in a partnership with the community to enhance the quality of life in our City.Duties discharged include: MATERIALS AVAILABLE: Accident Reports through Records Office Safety, Crime Prevention and Drug Awareness presentations Activity Reports issued by the City of Burlington Police will be linked below. Call the Records Office M–F 9am–5pm 609-386-0262 for requirements.Uniform, weapons, and equipment provided by the department.Paid vacation and sick leave Medical and Dental Plan Educational incentives Retirement Plan The City of Burlington, Burlington Township, and Florence Township Police Departments in collaboration with Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities, are currently recruiting volunteers for their Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT).
Frequently Asked Questions What is the Domestic Violence Response Team?
Acceptance of subsequent applications will depend on the candidate’s position on the current list. Applicant must complete a course at a Basic Police Academy. Upon graduation of Basic Police Academy, additional Field Training must be completed. Salary Starting salary with annual increments is determined by the current collective bargaining agreement for your position.
You will have opportunity for promotion after three years of continuous service. Benefits Overtime paid at the rate of time and one-half.
MUNICIPAL COURT Municipal Court sessions are now held in Burlington Township as well as Municipal Building, 851 Old York Road, Burlington Township, NJ.
Court Hours and Address Municipal Court starts every Tuesday at 8 am and Thursday at 5 pm Townhip of Burlington Municipal Building851 Old York Road Burlington Township, NJ 08016 Payment The Violations Bureau payment window is open to the public M, W, Th, F 9 am–5 pm; Tue 8 am - 3 pm Townhip of Burlington Municipal Building851 Old York Road Burlington Township, NJ 08016 You may also pay traffic fines on-line through State website: Pay Fines.