Police Department

to the
Rockaway Township

Police Department
                 Protecting the Residents of Rockaway Township Since 1946
Rockaway Township is located in North Western Morris County and is approximately 47 square miles and home to over 22,000 residents.
The Township can be accessed by Routes 80, 46, 15 and 23. 
The Police Department consists of 53 sworn and 12 civilian men and women.  The Department is run by Chief Martin McParland Jr .

Police Lobby - 24 x 7
Records Division -
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Reports can be picked up between these times.  It is recommended you call first to verify if report is available for release.


Crisis Response Team Volunteers

Rockaway Township Police Department seeks Volunteers for Domestic Violence Response Team:  Applications available now.  You can help make a difference for others in crisis.  See the information sheet below

DVLO Volunteer CRT

Med Return
Drug Collection Bin

Help put a stop to the abuse of household prescription drugs.  If you have old prescription drugs lying around your household we have a safe place for you to discard them.  Located in the Police Department Lobby is a MED Return box that you can safely deposit these unwanted prescriptions.  Prescriptions can be dropped off 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.