The Community Resource Bureau (CRB) strives to work with the community to identify the types of crime prevention and community programs that will best serve the needs of the community. The CRB also works to resolve community issues which typically go beyond the normal patrol officer's initial response. It is currently under the direction of Lt. Arthur Gittens #74.
CRB Supervisor – Sgt. Frank Bremer #96
Sgt. Frank Bremer was hired by the Burlington Township Police Department in 2012. Prior to joining the Department, he was an Officer in the US Army from 2005 to 2016. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Rutgers University. Sgt. Bremer is a member of the Traffic Safety Unit, Field Training Unit, and a Physical Fitness Instructor. In 2019, Sgt. Bremer was assigned to the Investigation Bureau as a Detective. In 2020, he was promoted the rank of Sergeant and took over as the supervisor of the Traffic Safety Unit. Sgt. Bremer served as a Patrol Bureau supervisor for 3 years. In December 2022, he was assigned as the Community Resource Bureau (CRB) Supervisor.
Sgt. Bremer may be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Resource Officer – (position currently vacant)
School Resource Officers (SROs)
In partnership with the school district, the Burlington Twp. Police Department assigns a full-time police officer to each of the four (4) schools located within Burlington Township.
To learn more about our School Resource Officers, the schools they are assigned to, and their programs, please visit the link above!
Pictured left to right: Sgt. Michael Casella #90 (now Patrol Sergeant), P/O Christina Bieri #105, and P/O Terrence Hreso #73.
Community Programs & Initiatives
Below is a list of the initiatives, programs, resources, and events that are available through the Burlington Township Police, Community Resource Bureau. Please follow each link for more information!
- Internship Program: The goal of the program is to provide a positive learning environment for interested college students to experience the various aspects and responsibilities of law enforcement first hand.
- Home Safety Tips and Self Assessment: Click here to read on how you can keep your home safe. Tips include security while you are away and the do’s & don’ts of home security
- Youth Emergency Services Academy: Our department coordinates with the Burlington Township Fire Department and Endeavor Emergency Squad to provide a one-week program to Burlington Township residents. Youth participants get an all around experience by spending time with Police, Fire, and EMS!
- Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT): Burlington Township Police Department sponsors a DVRT in conjunction with the Burlington City and Florence Township Police Department. This dedicated group of volunteers responds to the police department to assist victims of domestic violence during a trying and difficult time in their lives.
- Graffiti Eradication Program: In its continuing efforts to preserve the quality of the community, the Burlington Township Police Department established a Graffiti Eradication Program. Click above to read more.
- Citizen CARE Program: Its purpose is to contact and assist individuals or groups that may be as risk, or may be more sensitive or vulnerable to extreme weather or other conditions.
- K.I.D.S (Kids Identification DNA System): The department provides kits for parents to collect and store their child’s DNA so that in an emergency, a DNA sample from the child is available.
- Apartment Complex Partnership: A Program initiated at the beginning of 2009 to better promote relationships between the police department and the apartment communities in town.
- Project Medicine Drop: Burlington Township Police Department serves as a medicine drop box location allowing citizens to safely dispose of expired or unwanted medication.
- Mayor's Health Fair & Shred-It Event: Each year a health fair is held at the Burlington Township Municipal Building in conjunction with a document shredding service. Discarded information can put you at risk of fraud & scams. This annual event provides a free opportunity for residents to destroy those documents.
- National Night Out: Our department participates annually in National Night Out, a community event to promote police-community partnerships, crime prevention, and neighborhood camaraderie. This event is held the first Tuesday of every August!
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