Brick Township Police Department - Keeping Brick Citizens Safe Since 1972
The Brick Township Police Department was founded in 1972 and today is one of, if not the, finest law enforcement agencies in the State of New Jersey. The 126 uniformed men and women of the BTPD work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to make Brick Township a safer community to live, visit, work and raise a family.
The BTPD is led by Chief Nils 'Rick' Bergquist. Chief Bergquist oversees the uniformed officers as well as 16 members of the BTPD Emergency Medical Services Unit, 20 dispatchers and 16 civilian support staff.
To contact the Brick Township Police Department please call 732-262-1150. In the event of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Citizens can submit anonymous tips to the Brick Township Police Department by clicking here.
Sign Up For Alerts
The Brick Township Police Department issues email and SMS (text) alerts for citizens for emergencies, information, etc. Sign up to receive alerts by clicking here.
Red Light Cameras
The Township of Brick participates in the State of New Jersey's Red Light Camera Pilot Program. Red light cameras have been installed at the intersections of Brick Boulevard and Chambers Bridge Road, Brick Boulevard and Route 70 and Route 70 and Chambers Bridge Road. Any vehicle that enters an intersection after the light turns red will be issues a ticket. All fines for red light violations are $85. There are no points assessed to your driver's license.
If you received a red light camera, please visit ViolationInfo.com to view photographs and videos of your violation.