Sussex County Police Chiefs Association
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Sussex County Law Enforcement Agencies

Andover Township Police - 134 Newton Sparta Road, Newton, NJ 07860
(973) 383-5544 Fax (973) 383-6124
Chief Eric Danielson

Byram Township Police – 10 Mansfield Drive, Stanhope, NJ 07874
(973) 347-4008 Fax (973) 347-9089
Chief Peter Zabita

Franklin Borough Police– 15 Corkhill Road, Franklin, NJ 07416
(973) 827-7700 Fax (973) 827-1486
Chief Eugene McInerney

Hamburg Borough Police – 9 Orchard Street, Hamburg, NJ 07419
(973) 827-6211 Fax (973) 827-0436
Sgt. Jason Tangorra (OIC)

Hardyston Township Police – 149 Wheatsworth Road, Hardyston, 07419
(973) 823-7022 Fax (973) 823-7034
Chief Bret Alemy

Hopatcong Police – 111 River Styx Road, Hopatcong, NJ 07843
(973) 398-5000 Fax (973) 398-4048
Chief Robert Brennan

Newton Police – 39 Trinity Street, Newton, NJ 07860
(973) 383-2525 Fax (973) 383-0090
Chief Michael Richards

Ogdensburg Police – P.O. Box 45, Ogdensburg, NJ 07439
(973) 827-3160 Fax (973) 827-0271
Chief Stephen Gordon

Sparta Township Police – 65 Main Street, Sparta, NJ 07871
(973) 729-6121 Fax (973) 729-4751
Chief Neil Spidaletto

Stanhope Borough Police – 77 Main Street, Stanhope, NJ 07874
(973) 347-4533 Fax (973) 691-4952
Chief Steven J. Pittigher

Vernon Township Police – 21 Church Street, Vernon, NJ 07462
(973) 764-6155 Fax (973) 764-2518
Chief Randy Mills

NJ State Police – Troop B Sussex Station – PO Box 130, Augusta, NJ 07822
(973) 383-1514 Fax (973) 383-7572
Lt. John Widovic, Station Commander

Sussex County Sheriff’s Office – 39 High Street, Newton, NJ 07860
(973) 579-0888 Fax (973) 579-7884
Sheriff Michael Strada

Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office – 19-21 High St, Newton, 07860
Phone: 973-383-1570 Fax: 973-383-4929
Prosecutor Francis Koch
Chief Thomas McCormick

Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

FBI Newark Division

US Secret Service


Chiefs of Police Associations

New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police

International Association of Chiefs of Police

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The Sussex County Police Chiefs' Association is a key partner in the Sussex County C.L.E.A.R. Program. Law Enforcement Officers see firsthand the devastation caused by drug addiction. While Police across Sussex County remain steadfast in their commitment to enforce and prosecute crimes, they are also dedicated to saving lives through the use of Narcan and improving the overall quality of life for everyone by helping to provide a clear opportunity for recovery from addiction to those who seek assistance, without fear of arrest or prosecution. For more information visit http://clearprogram.org/