Welcome to the Sea Girt Police Department
Over a Century of Service – On July 2nd, 1917, shortly after the official incorporation of Sea Girt, Charles H. Roberts was appointed as the Borough Marshal marking the beginning of over 100 years of law enforcement in the Borough of Sea Girt.
The men and women of the Sea Girt Police Department are dedicated to the safety and security of the approximately 2,000 residents and countless visitors who flock to our beautiful southern Monmouth County beaches. A top priority for the agency is preserving the quality of life enjoyed by the residents and visitors of the Borough of Sea Girt. By exercising a strict adherence to our mission, we have been blessed with one of the lowest crime rates in Monmouth County.
The Sea Girt Police Department is under the command of Chief Justin E. Macko. The Department staffs twelve full-time time police officers and is supplemented by part-time special officers who are assigned patrol or special duties as needed.
The Sea Girt Police Department is an accredited agency through the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Accreditaiton Program.
The Sea Girt Police Department is *NO LONGER* accepting resumes/applications for the position of Special Law Enforcement Officer (SLEO) I & II for the 2021 summer season. The SLEO position is part-time only. SLEO's may eventually be considered for full-time...
Sea Girt Police Department
P.O. Box 22
319 Baltimore Boulevard
Sea Girt, NJ 08750-0022
Voice: (732) 449-7300
Fax: (732) 974-8684
Monday – Friday
9am to 5pm
RAVE Smart 9-1-1 Emergency Notification System
The Sea Girt Police Department is updating and communicating with residents on a regular basis through the RAVE Smart 9-1-1 System. Please sign up by clicking the image below.
If you have any problems or questions in signing up, please call the Office of Emergency Management at 732-449-7335 ext. 603 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Reporting Tool
In a continued effort to keep our police officers and the public safe from the COVID-19 virus, the Sea Girt Police Department is providing a tool to allow us to accept police reports through this online portal.
THIS IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR 9-1-1 DURING AN EMERGENCY.
You may access the online reporting tool here.
Please be advised, there may be a delay in the report being received by officers. If you need immediate assistance, call (732) 449-7300.
Body Cameras Deployed
The Sea Girt Police Department has deployed body cameras on most of our uniformed officers. Click here to read more about our body camera program.
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The Sea Girt Police Department would like to welcome eight officers who were appointed as Class II Special Officers at the meeting of the Sea Girt Borough Council on January 3rd. Two of these officers previously served the Borough as Class I Special Officers and the...
Please be advised during the early morning hours of January 3rd, 2018, we had two vehicles stolen out of their respective driveways. These thefts are believed to be part of a known auto theft ring out of North Jersey. Currently, the thefts are being investigated...
The Manasquan Police Department in conjunction with the surrounding police departments from the sending districts, (Brielle, Sea Girt, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, and Belmar) educated the Manasquan High School senior class about the ramped opioid epidemic. "Not...
At the December 6th Sea Girt Borough Council Meeting, Chief Kevin Davenport and Mayor Ken Farrell awarded Patrolman William Joule, Officer Frank Ciufo, and Officer Kevin McCrossan a Borough Resolution and Lifesaving Award for lifesaving actions taken in September. On...
Law enforcement officials from Sea Girt will be cracking down on drivers impaired by alcohol or drugs as part of the annual end of the year “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” statewide campaign. Beginning December 8, 2017, and continuing through January 1, 2018, local...