Citizen Services

Click here to be forwarded to our Citizen Services site.

This website will allow you to submit tips, see crime blotters, request vacation house check forms, and more!

Car Seat Installation

For inquiries about child seat installations please email and one of our technicians will contact you.

Looking for a safe place to make purchases over Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace? We have a safe meeting spot for in-person transactions available in the parking lot of our station.

Our lobby features a safe medicine disposal box for any unused medication.

The Harrison Township Police Department is partnering with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office to help individuals suffering from substance abuse and addiction.

Straight to Treatment allows any individual to walk into the Harrison Township Police Department and explain that they need help battling an addiction. Once they complete the application process, they are immediately put in touch with a treatment provider.

Participants must be a Gloucester County resident, but do not need to be a resident of Harrison Township in order to get help.

No questions, no stigma, completely voluntary, and no insurance is needed.

The program will be available every Wednesday from 3:00 to 6:00 pm here at the Harrison Township Police Department.

Please follow the link below to check out the Straight to Treatment Commercial:

Straight to Treatment Commercial

The Harrison Township Police Department will once again be participating in the National Take Back Initiative.

Turn in your expired/unwanted prescription drugs for safe disposal at the Harrison Township Police Department on Saturday, October 29, 2022 between the hours of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.


- All pharmaceutical drugs to be disposed must be placed in a sealed container such as the original bottle or zip-lock bag.

- Liquid pharmaceuticals should remain in the original container.

- Personal information should be removed or marked out

with a permanent marker.


- Prescription and over-the-counter solid medications

- Tablets and capsules

- Pet medicines


- Intravenous solutions

- Injectables, syringes, and needles (i.e. EpiPens)*; these need to be taken to a health care professional's office or to a hospital for disposal.

- Hydrogen peroxide

- Compressed cylinders or aerosols (e.g., asthma inhalers)

- Iodine-containing medications

- Thermometers

- Alcohol & illicit drugs


-DEA will collect vape pens or other e-cigarette devices from

individual consumers only after the batteries are removed

from the devices. It is important to stress that the DEA is not

responsible for removing the batteries from the devices.

-If the battery cannot be removed, individual consumers can

check with large electronic chain stores who may accept the

vape pen or e-cigarette devices for proper disposal.

-Individual consumers may also contact their local Hazardous

Materials Management Facility to determine if they accept

these devices, and for additional guidance regarding proper


Vaping Disposal Flyer DEA NTBI#23.pdf