Location

Police Headquarters

166 Mine Brook Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924

Contact

POLICE, FIRE, OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY:   
DIAL 9-1-1

NON-EMERGENCY: 908-766-0037
908-766-0038
Fax: 908-766-0917

General Email: police@bernardsvillepd.org

Staff

John D. Remian, Chief of Police

 

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Mission Statement

The Bernardsville Police Department, in partnership with the community, will strive to protect and improve the quality of life in Bernardsville; providing leadership through open communication, fair and dignified service, unbiased proactive law enforcement, and interactive problem solving.

Chief's Message

It is a distinct honor for me to serve the Borough of Bernardsville as your police chief. In a time where a negative perception of law enforcement blankets the country at the click of mouse, it is even more important to my department to recommit to our mission of partnering with our community. My role in realizing this mission is to serve as a leader that exemplifies the moral principles and professional excellence I swore to uphold when I joined the force almost 30 years ago.

It is equally important that my department protects the residents of this borough in a way that reflects courtesy, civility, and respect. For the Bernardsville Police Department, preserving the rights and freedoms of all residents is not merely a lofty concept, it is an organizational mandate. For this reason, I am committed to leading by example and to holding my staff, and myself, accountable to a standard of selfless service to our community.

I thank you for allowing me to assume the responsibility of leading the great men and women who make up the Bernardsville Police Department. It is a privilege in which I take great pride, and I look forward to many more years of service to the Borough of Bernardsville, my team, and most importantly the people who make this borough great. I know with unwavering certainty that together we can achieve the tenets of our mission – to protect and serve Bernardsville in excellence.

 

In Service,

John D. Remian

Bernardsville Alerts:

OVERNIGHT PARKING REGULATIONS IN EFFECT:
The Bernardsville Police Department will begin enforcement of Borough Code 7-7.9 which restricts vehicles from parking overnight on all Borough Streets. Parking is prohibited on all streets beginning on November 15th, 2022 through April 1st, 2023 between the hours of 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM. All vehicles must be parked off of the paved portion of the roadway. Vehicles parked in violation of this regulation may be ticketed.
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Mission Statement

The Bernardsville Police Department, in partnership with the community, will strive to protect and improve the quality of life in Bernardsville; providing leadership through open communication, fair and dignified service, unbiased proactive law enforcement, and interactive problem solving.

Chief's Message

It is a distinct honor for me to serve the Borough of Bernardsville as your police chief. In a time where a negative perception of law enforcement blankets the country at the click of mouse, it is even more important to my department to recommit to our mission of partnering with our community. My role in realizing this mission is to serve as a leader that exemplifies the moral principles and professional excellence I swore to uphold when I joined the force almost 30 years ago.

 

It is equally important that my department protects the residents of this borough in a way that reflects courtesy, civility, and respect. For the Bernardsville Police Department, preserving the rights and freedoms of all residents is not merely a lofty concept, it is an organizational mandate. For this reason, I am committed to leading by example and to holding my staff, and myself, accountable to a standard of selfless service to our community.

 

I thank you for allowing me to assume the responsibility of leading the great men and women who make up the Bernardsville Police Department. It is a privilege in which I take great pride, and I look forward to many more years of service to the Borough of Bernardsville, my team, and most importantly the people who make this borough great. I know with unwavering certainty that together we can achieve the tenets of our mission – to protect and serve Bernardsville in excellence.

 

In Service,

 

John D. Remian

Location

Police Headquarters
166 Mine Brook Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924

Contact

POLICE, FIRE, OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY:   
DIAL 9-1-1
NON-EMERGENCY: 908-766-0037
908-766-0038
Fax: 908-766-0917
General Email: police@bernardsvillepd.org

Staff

John D. Remian, Chief of Police
For live information, please visit our Facebook!
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Bernardsville Alerts:

The Bernardsville Police Department is investigating a Motor Vehicle Accident that occurred around 11:40am on 10/12/2022. The vehicle in question is reported to be a white vehicle with a hatchback. The vehicle was last seen traveling east on Lloyd Road from Hardscrabble Road, which is where the accident occurred.
If you witnessed the accident or have dashcam/doorbell/security video showing a white vehicle with a hatchback in the area please contact Det. DeMott at 908-766-0037, Ext. 175 or tdemott@bernardsvillepd.org, if you are able to assist.
The Bernardsville Police Department will be participating in the National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday October 29th between 10am and 2pm. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. The drop-off location will be in the lobby of the Police Department. Bring pills, tablets, and capsules in their original containers. WE DO NOT ACCEPT SHARPS OR LIQUIDS!
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