The Patrol Division of the Warren Township Police Department is the largest of all the divisions within the Department consisting of four Sergeants supervising four squads. The Patrol Division provides a staff of highly trained and qualified officers that work 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. The primary mission of the Patrol Division is emergency response, crime prevention, preliminary investigations, proactive patrol and traffic enforcement.
More specifically, the Patrol Division is responsible for responding to all 911 calls, motor vehicle crashes, first aid calls, man-made and natural disasters, fires, reports of crimes and disorderly persons offenses, as well as incorporating a spirit of cooperation with both the business community and citizens alike. Officers receive special training in community policing philosophy, interview and interrogation, and drug enforcement/awareness. Officers are regularly trained in the use of firearms, domestic violence response, pursuit policy, and use of force policy.