Body Worn Cameras
The Mount Holly Police Department employs Body Worn Cameras to promote Police accountability and transparency. If any citizens have questions or concerns regarding the use of these cameras, please contact the Chief of Police's Office at 609-845-1192.
We, the members of the Mount Holly Township Police Department, are committed to the delivery of efficient and quality service to each and every resident and visitor to our community. We recognize our responsibility to maintain order, while respecting the dignity and constitutional rights of every individual. Our objective is to, through a community partnership, prevent crime and improve the quality of life for all citizens.
The vision of the Mount Holly Township Police Department is to be an agency committed to excellence. The department will provide a quality service to our community that is second to none.
Integrity - Integrity is the cornerstone of our profession and our most important value. We will hold ourselves to a high standard of conduct, both on and off duty, in everything we do, say and represent.
Accountability - We are answerable simultaneously to ourselves, our supervisors, our co-workers and to our community partners. Working together, holding ourselves accountable for outstanding service to our community, we will improve the quality of life for Mount Holly Township residents.
Courage - We uphold and follow the law in the face of fear, danger and temptation.
Loyalty - Proactively supporting the Township of Mount Holly, the department, its membership and its goals.
Respect - We value human life, safety and dignity and commit to treating all human beings with the utmost respect, compassion and concern.
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:30PM
Tuesday - Thursday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Township offices are closed
for business on Friday's, but assistance with police matters and public
safety concerns is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Police Department Directory
Non-Emergency: (609) 267-8300
Police Tips Hotline: (609) COPS400
Burlington County Animal Shelter: (609) 265-5073
Richard W. Spitler, Chief of Police
(609) 267-6627 (Fax)
Christine Cain, Assistant to Chief of Police
(609) 845-1192 (Office)
(609) 267-6627 (Fax)
Mary Penny, Police Records
(609) 845-1190 (Office)
(609) 261-7546 (Fax)