Thursday, June 5, 2008

Keeping a Log

The city of Millville Police Department and Code Enforcement, in conjunction with the Weed and Seed program have been making Nuisance Complaint Logs available to residents.

The is a simple page that has space for you to write the date and time, the address, and the problem that you observed.

This program is working, as we have learned through the grapevine. A recent drug bust in Center City was facilitated by these crime logs, handed in anonymously by residents. Four people were arrested, and one held on a substantial bail.

Copies of blank logs are available from Derek Leary on the 4th Floor of City Hall.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Updates for June, 2008

We met with Lt. Ed Zadroga on June 2nd. The Millville Police Department has procured about 20 Neighborhood Watch signs. If you would like one in your neighborhood, please contact Carl B. Johnson via the form on the linked page.

We now have Neighborhood Watch window decals available. We have personal security handbooks. Again, please contact Carl if you would like decals or handbooks.

We need YOU! We need your eyes and your ears. We urge all residents of Millville to form a Neighborhood Watch on their street. Contact Carl, or Lt. Ed Zadroga of the MPD at 856-825-7010 ext. 7366.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Millville’s Citywide Nuisance Complaint Form

We have available in PDF format Millville’s Citywide Nuisance Complaint Form. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print this form.

Are you tired of looking at trash littering a property on your street? Perhaps there is suspected drug activity? Download this form, print it out, and mail it or fax it anonymously to the City of Millville.

Mail or fax the completed form to:
Derek Leary, Code Enforcement
PO Box 609
12 S. High St.
Millville, NJ 08332
Fax: 856-293-0721

Welcome to the Millville Neighborhood Watch Program

Concerned citizens with the support of the Millville Police department, and City Commission have instituted a Neighborhood Watch program.

This website will serve as a center for resources for the different neighborhood groups that make up the Neighborhood Watch.

Currently there are four neighborhood groups involved. The Third Ward group consists of the neighborhoods generally West of High Street, North of Broad Street, and East of the Maurice River.

The South Millville Group consists of the neighborhoods East of the Maurice River and South of Main Street.

The Center City Group is bordered by High Street, Main Street, Broad Street and 5th Street.

The East Center City Group is East of 5th Street.

If you would like to be involved in a neighborhood watch group, please contact:
Carl B. Johnson, 856-327-6877