General Information

Haddon Township Animal Control Officer

Haddon Township has a new Animal Control Officer. Available Animal Control of Blackwood, New Jersey will be providing services to the Township. If you are need of them, they can be reached at (609) 306-2277 and (609)  610-4191. They are available 24/7. For a full list of the services they will provide, click below.

Haddon Township Firearms Application Process

If you are interested in obtaining a New Jersey Firearms Purchaser Identification Card and/or an Application to Purchase a Handgun, click on the "Read More" button below and follow the directions for your specific needs.

Overnight Parking

The existing parking ordinance prohibits on-street parking between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. throughout the entire year, unless the motor vehicle has a valid overnight parking permit issued by the Township of Haddon.

Haddon Township Police Warn of Several Dog Incidents

The Haddon Township Police Department has responded to several incidents over the past several weeks involving dogs running at large resulting in several attacks.  One of those incidents resulted in the death of one dog while another incident resulted in injuries to both the dog and the dog’s owner who was attempting to protect his dog.

Juvenile Curfew

Please be advised that the Township of Haddon has curfew time limits for juveniles under the age of 17.  The time limits are as follows:


12:00 Midnight on Friday and Saturday nights

11:00 PM on all other nights (Sunday through Thursday)

10:00 PM on October 30th (commonly known as Mischief Night) and on October 31st (Halloween)


No parent, guardian or other custodian of any child under the age of 17 shall permit that child to be in a public place after the above stated hours.

Records Bureau

The Haddon Township Police Records Bureau is open Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:30 and 4:30 except for legal holidays.  For copies of police reports or reports for discovery, please contact the records bureau at the numbers listed to assure that the reports are approved and ready to be picked up. Police reports and motor vehicle crash reports are typically ready for pick up 5-7 working days after the incident.

Door to Door Solicitation

Haddon Township prohibits any person or organization from conducting solicitations and canvassing of residences without a permit or an official Township Identification Badge issued by the police department.

A Resident's Guide to Calling the Police

The battle against crime is one demanding the combined efforts of police and residents. Because police cannot be at all places, at all times – the Haddon Township Police Department is dependent on your cooperation in the fight against crime. Many crimes could be prevented if more citizens would call police.


When should I call the police?

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