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Accreditation Team Invites Public Comment

Public Notice

The Florham Park Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of its program to achieve accreditation by verifying that it meets recognized professional best practices.
Administered by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, the accreditation program requires agencies to comply with best practice standards in five basic areas: the administrative function, the personnel function, the operations function, the investigative function, and the arrestee/detainee function.
Agency employees and the public are invited to offer comments by calling 973-410-5425 on Monday, February 25, 2019, between 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM. Comments will be taken by the Assessment Team. Email comments can be sent to the police department at
Telephone comments are limited to 5 minutes and must address the agency’s ability to comply with the NJSACOP standards. A copy of the standards is available for inspection at the Florham Park Police Department, 111 Ridgedale., Florham Park NJ 07932. Please contact Lt. Scott Bartell at 973-410-5441 for more information.

Anyone wishing to submit written comments about the Florham Park Police Department’s ability to comply with the standards for accreditation may send them by email to Harry J Delgado, Ed.S Accreditation Program Director,, by phone 856.334.8943, or write to the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission at 751 Route 73 North, Suite 12, Marlton, N.J. 08053.

Please Welcome Our Two Newest Police Officers!

Please join us in welcoming our two newest police officers!

Faith Niemynski was sworn in to the position of probationary patrol officer effective January 14, 2019. She will begin the 92nd Basic Police Class at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy on that date. Officer Niemynski grew up in Mansfield, NJ and went to Warren Hills High School. In May of 2018 she graduated from West Virginia University with a B.A. in Criminology and a double minor in Forensics & Russian. Faith comes from a law enforcement family, her father is a Lieutenant in the Washington Township Police Department and her uncle is a detective with the Roxbury Township Police Department. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, fly fishing, and working out.

Gregory Dietz was sworn in to the position of probationary patrol officer effective February 1, 2019. Officer Dietz recently graduated from the 91st Basic Police Class at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy as an Alternate Route recruit. In the fall of 2014 he graduated from Lock Haven University with a Bachelor’s Degree majoring in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology. Following college, he was employed for two years as a correctional officer at FCC Allenwood, Federal Bureau of Prisons. During this time Officer Dietz received training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, as well as being presented with the Rookie Officer of the Year award from FCC Allenwood. He resides with his Wife, In-Laws, and dog and is excited to begin as a patrolman with the Florham Park Police family.

Hiring Announcement: Class III Special Police Officer

The Florham Park Police Department is currently seeking professional and qualified applicants for the position of Class III Special Police Officer. The Class III Special Police Officer shall perform safety and security duties at the Florham Park Public Schools.

Applicants will be required to submit a resume and complete a short application. Applications are available at and at Florham Park Police Headquarters.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         The applicant must be:

o    A retired law enforcement officer less than 65 years of age, who:

o    Served as a duly qualified, fully trained, full-time officer in any municipality or county of this State or as a member of the New Jersey State Police, and;

o    Was separated from that prior service in good standing, within three years of appointment to this position.  The applicant must be able to produce a letter of good standing issued by the agency from which the officer retired that lists the date and type of retirement.

·         Applicant must be physically capable of performing the functions of the position, determined in accordance with the Police Training Commission. 

·         Applicant must possess a New Jersey Police Training Commission Basic Police Officer Certification or New Jersey State Police Academy Certification. 

·         Applicant must be a resident of the State of New Jersey.

·         Applicant must possess a valid New Jersey Driver License. 

·         Applicant must successfully pass a background investigation.

·         Any applicants offered a conditional offer of employment will be required to pass a medical exam, psychological evaluation, and drug screening.

Starting Salary for the Class III Special Police Officer shall be between $35.00 and $40.00 per hour and he/she shall work a part-time work schedule of 20-29 hours per week, to be determined, and only when school is in session. Anticipated hours will be between 7:00am-4:00pm.

Resumes and applications are being accepted 24 hours a day at Florham Park Police Headquarters. 

Following a resume and application review, qualified individuals will be contacted for interviews.

The Borough of Florham Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants shall be given full consideration.

Click here for the Initial Employment Application & Release.


AlertFlorhamPark will allow you to get emergency notifications in any manner you choose, including phone, email, text, or social media, so you can stay informed during major storms or other emergencies taking place in Florham Park or throughout Morris County. Users have the ability to enter multiple addresses located in multiple jurisdictions within a single profile. If you care for a loved one who lives in another Morris County town and want to be notified of issues affecting that person’s municipality, your one registration process will satisfy that need.

AlertFlorhamPark also offers a free Smart911 signup option for county residents, providing a greatly enhanced and potentially lifesaving 9-1-1 emergency call service for anyone who registers for it.

Smart911 is FREE, and your information is secure, accessible only to a 9-1-1 call taker. This service can provide key information to responders that can make your family safer. For example:

  • Address Details: How to access your home, number of bedrooms, location of utility shut-offs, and if you live in a multi-family building;
  • Family Details: Number of residents, ages, photos of children, and your landline and mobile phone numbers;
  • Medical Information: Medical conditions of certain residents, medications taken/required, allergies, mobility of residents, and if special equipment is needed in an emergency;
  • Animals: A list of your pets, service animals and livestock, and their names so responders are aware of them as they enter your home. Also, include the name of your veterinarian;
  • Emergency Contacts: Family members, friends or neighbors to be contacted in case of an emergency;
  • Vehicles: Make, model and license plate number in case of a motor vehicle accident.

Residents can offer as much or as little information to first responders through Smart911 as they wish.

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Message from the Chief

It’s part of our Mission to build and nurture relationships within the community in an effort to increase the quality of life within Florham Park.  To that end the Police Department has reached out to several members of the business community to provide Active Shooter/Violent Intruder training to help increase awareness and prepare our citizens in their everyday lives.  Below is a testimonial from a local business who received this training;

“We are thankful to the Florham Park Police Department for supporting and presenting the Violent Intruder Power Point (PP) presentation to Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP personnel.

We reached out to the FP Police Department to preview the PP and schedule a presentation in our office.  We wanted to be proactive and felt it was important to educate our personnel.  Besides safety, another compelling reason to conduct the presentation was the recently held College of Saint Elizabeth’s  Active Shooter drills.  We had to alert personnel of the drill event due to street closures and police activity so we thought it was a good opportunity to share and educate our personnel on how to react in such a situation.”

The Florham Park Police Department is willing to present this training to all members of the community.  If you are part of a Neighborhood Watch Group, business, religious or public entity and feel this information will be helpful to your members please contact my office to schedule a meeting.

I can be reached directly at 973-410-5440. 

Thank you and be safe!!