The Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department conducts a number of safety and crime prevention programs throughout the township. We are committed to bringing you the most up-to-date information and training to help you build stronger and safer neighborhoods and communities. The Department also maintains very active Facebook and Twitter sites in addition to our Constant Contact Email System which allows us to address the day-to-day inquiries of our citizens and provide them with important information during times of widespread emergencies.
To request a Crime Prevention, Neghborhood Watch or Safety Presentation for your business, civic association, school or other organization, send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org phone Sgt. Yvonne Christiano at 973-263-4383.
Going away on vacation or plan to be away from your home for awhile? Submit a request to participate in the House Watch Program. Simply fill out a House Watch Request Form and click on the submit button at the bottom of the form. You can also drop off the form at Parsippany Police Headquarters 24 hours a day. Patrol Officers will conduct periodic security checks of your home's exterior while you are away, and all of your information will be kept strictly confidential. To print a form for drop off or electronically submit a House Watch form, simply click on this link:
NOTE: You may not be able to submit online forms (PDF format) using an Apple/Mac product, but you can fill out the form online, print it and fax it to the Patrol Division at (973) 334-4379 or drop off the form at Police Headquarters at any time.
For additional information on the House Watch Program, including disclaimer, please refer to the "Forms and Information" tab below.
Click on the links below for tips to make your community safer and more secure.
Young people under the age of 17 are required to wear an approved helmet when cycling, roller skating,
in-line skating or skateboarding. For more information about bicycle safety, visit theDivision of Highway Traffic Safety.
In NJ, children under age 8 and weighing less than 80 lbs must be in a child passenger restraint system or booster seat in the rear seat, if possible. For more information on NJ's Child Passenger Safety Law, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Adminstration.
For more information on Crime Prevention, visit the National Crime Prevention Council at:
offers rewards to observant citizens.
Visit the NJ State Police Megan's Law webpage.