The Middletown Township Police Traffic Bureau consists of a Lieutenant (Officer-in-Charge), a Sergeant and 5 Patrolmen. The primary responsibility of the Traffic Safety Bureau is the investigation of Serious and fatal motor vehicle crashes. They are also responsible to help reduce motor vehicle crashes and injuries.
The Traffic Safety Bureau is responsible for overseeing the Crossing Guards, who are positioned throughout the Township of Middletown during the school year. Crossing Guard Positions exist within the Traffic Safety Bureau at all times. If interested or for further information on the Crossing Guards and their duties please contact the Crossing Guard Supervisor, Dominick Donatelli (732) 615-2044.
It is also the Bureau's responsibility to oversee the Parking Enforcement Officer.
Enforcing Traffic Laws
The Traffic Safety Bureau will assist the motoring public whenever possible. They enforce all New Jersey State Traffic Laws as well as the Traffic Laws in the Township of Middletown.
Car Seat Safety
Traffic Safety Officers will instruct residents on the proper method of installing child car seats into their vehicles. Call the Traffic Safety Bureau at 732-615-2045 for more information. Car seat installations are conducted the second and fourth Wednesday of every month, no appointment is needed.