GUTTENBERG POLICE DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Guttenberg Police Department is to provide the highest degree of safety, security, and quality of life to our citizens through the diligent efforts of a team of well-trained, ethical, courageous and professional police officers.
This department is committed to upholding and enforcing the principles and values embodied in the Constitution of the United States and the laws of our country, state, and municipality.
Public Safety Director
Robert D. White
The Guttenberg Public Safety Agency serves more than 10,000 residents. The Police Department is open 24/7 while the administrative office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our primary functions are:
- Community Relations
- L.E.A.D. Program
- Junior Police Academy
- Domestic Violence Response Team
Officer in Charge
Message from the Officer in Charge of the Guttenberg Police Department
Welcome to the Guttenberg Police Department's website, on behalf of the Guttenberg Police Department. Please allow me to take a moment to assure you that the men and women of the department are working tirelessly to offer the level of service and professionalism that the residents of Guttenberg deserve. We’re here for you, and your safety is always our top priority. Please let us know how we can be of more assistance to you. Thank you very much.
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October 18, 2022: New Police Officers Turner, Garcia, and Mansour being sworn in by Town Clerk/Administrator Cosmo Cirillo
January 27, 2023: Class 2 Special Law Enforcement Officers Dubicki, Gutierrez, and Lis graduation from Passaic County Police Academy
On Monday, August 23, 2021, Police Officers Marcin Rysiec and Chad Smith were promoted to the rank of Police Sergeant. Promotions took place during Town Council Meeting at Ann L. Klein School.
Photo from left to right: Lieutenant Rafael Martinez, Sergeant Marcin Rysiec, Sergeant Chad Smith and Public Safety Director Robert White.
On Thursday, August 12, 2021, Class 2 Special Law Enforcement Officers Emily Dubon and Evan Bringas graduated from the Passaic County Police Academy. Both Specials were elevated from Class 1 to Class 2 status.
Photo from left to right: Evan Bringas, Lieutenant Rafael Martinez and Emily Dubon.
Class 1 Law Enforcement Officer Graduation Ceremony - Wednesday, February 24, 2021 @ Passaic County Police Academy