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Firearms Forms

 

Effective December 10, 2018 the maximum capacity of ammunition magazines has been reduced from 15 to 10 rounds.  The exception is for current law enforcement who are on-duty or traveling to or from duty and retired law enforcement.  Individuals who legally own a firearm with an unmodifiable fixed magazine capacity of up to 15 rounds or legally own a firearm that only accepts an unmodifiable detachable magazine of up to 15 rounds prior to the effective date of the bill must register the firearm with their local law enforcement agency.  The bill makes it a fourth-degree crime for a person to knowingly possess a large capacity ammunition magazine unless a firearm such a magazine is registered as required.  

 

 

Alarm Forms

 

Washington Township Municipal Code 39-3 requires that any property having an alarm system which transmits notification to a third party of intrusion, burglary, fire, smoke, medical emergencies or other perils must be properly registered with the municipal police department. As per the ordinance the registration period is for a calendar year (January 1 – December 31). The registration fees are classified two ways. Initial registration if you have never registered your alarm with the police department at $50.00. Registration renewal is renewing a registration that you have previously made. This fee is $25.00.

 

In an effort to make registration and payment more convenient for property owners an online credit/debit card process has been developed. A nominal convenience fee will be charged for the transaction. ($1.00 on a renewal, $1.65 on an initial registration) Owners of properties with alarms can access: the link below to submit the registration and make the appropriate payment. This will alleviate the property owner from having to obtain the registration forms, manually fill out forms, write a check, and mail the documents. The site will capture emergency information that the police department needs in the event of an alarm activation where the police department may need to get in touch with an owner. The site will also capture an email address which will be used for making annual future reminders of the registration process. The police department will no longer be mailing reminder notices in future years.

 

The registration link and a step by step payment tutorial is available below.  If you should still have any questions regarding the alarm registration process please contact the records secretary, Tricia Illescas at 908-876-8310 or [email protected]

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Police Department

1 East Springtown Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853

Phone: 908-876-3232 press 0 for dispatcher 
Fax: 908-876-5655
For Emergencies Dial: 9-1-1

Business Hours for the Washington Township PoliceDepartment are:
Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

June – August Hours
Monday to Thursday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM


Jeffrey Almer, Chief
908-876-8301, [email protected]
 
Records:
908-876-8310
 
Firearms Applications: Maureen Guenther
908-876-8315, [email protected]
 

 

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