An informed public must have confidence that its police department honestly and fairly investigates and adjudicates all allegations of misconduct against its employees. As a citizen, you are encouraged to contact the Police Department if you have a complaint about the actions of a police officer or non-sworn employee if you believe their conduct was inappropriate or that they have violated the law. False or highly exaggerated complaints serve no good purpose for either the citizens or the officer and only tend to thwart our complaint-taking process.
How do I make a complaint?
Complaints against employees of the Hamilton Township Police Department may be initially made by phone, E-Mail to any staff personnel, by letter, in person or by clicking on the link below and filling out the complaint form. You may first contact any department supervisor, or take the complaint directly to the Police Headquarters, or the Internal Affairs Commander. You may also contact Lt. Mark Cooker, Internal Affairs, (609) 625-2700 Ext. 531 or E-mail: MCooker@townshipofhamilton.com .
Can I make an anonymous complaint?
All complaints whether anonymous or in person will be accepted by the department.
Who May Make a Complaint?
Citizens and non-citizens alike may make complaints of inappropriate behavior or misconduct by members of the Hamilton Township Police Department.
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Internal Affairs Faq Sheet