IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING FIREARMS CARRY PERMITS
Civilian Carry Assessment and Range Evaluation (CCARE)
All certified firearms instructors in NJ shall now instruct on the CCARE protocol.
As for individuals who completed firearms training prior to July 1, 2023, and whose permit to carry does not expire until after December 22, 2023, they must requalify on the CCARE protocol or the HQC2-modified protocol issued on July 21, 2023. An individual who completed a course of fire prior to the issuance of the CCARE Protocol is deemed to have satisfied N.J.S.A. 2C:58-4(g)(2) if and only if the prior course included each of the following:
A minimum of 50 scored rounds per participant.
- Minimum passing score of 80% using an FBI type Q target.
- At least 10 rounds must be from the 15, 10, 7, 5 and 3 yard lines each, or if fewer rounds were fired from those distances, the remaining rounds must have been fired from greater distances.
- The participant must demonstrate safe holstering and unholstering during the shooting course, which must include safely drawing the weapon from a secured holster before firing at each of the required distances and reholstering after completing the round.
- The participant must demonstrate proficient and safe reloading during the shooting course.
No substantially similar courses completed after the CCARE Protocol is issued will be accepted.
The City of Long Branch Police Department is committed to providing a safe community and improving the quality of life for all people. We accomplish this by delivering quality police services and enforcing laws with equality and impartiality. In partnership with the community, we reduce crime through public education, prevention, and awareness. In meeting this objective, we demand of ourselves the highest professional standards and dedication to our core values.
In our actions, conduct, and job performance. Committed to training, education, individual self-discipline, service orientation, and other attributes of a true professional.
For all citizens, each other, and for differing points of view, regardless of age, race, gender, appearance, individual beliefs, or lifestyle.
Truthful and honest in word and deed. Ethical, being guided by the concept of fundamental fairness in everything we do, doing what is right.
To the organization, each other, our families, and the citizens we serve. Empower department members and citizens to work together to solve community problems.
In everything we do. Seeking to improve and excel, always.
CLICK ABOVE IMAGE FOR SLEO I APPLICATION
Crossing Guards Wanted. Long Branch PD is currently accepting applications for Crossing Guard.
- $19.53/HR to start and a Retirement Package
- 15 Hours per week
- Major Holidays and Weekends off
Please note that a full background check and a drug screening are required for this position. For more information, contact Officer Cuje at 732-222-1000, ext. 1381. Download the application (PDF).
Reminder: Long Branch has a Commercial Vehicle Parking Permit Program
The City has an ordinance requiring that those who want to park a commercial vehicle on any city street between 8 pm and 7 am must first obtain a Commercial Vehicle Parking Permit. The vehicle registration and applicant's driver's license must bear the same address within the City of Long Branch. The number of permitted commercial vehicles to be parked on the street is limited to one per residence or Postal Address.
Permits for commercial vehicles to be parked on the street will be issued by the Police Department's Traffic Unit. The charge will be $25 per permit per year (not pro-rated). The fee is based on the cost to the city of operating the program. Summonses may be issued to commercial vehicle owners who do not comply. Apply for a permit.
Introducing the SAFE PLACE Program
Long Branch Police Department is proud to join Asbury Park and Red Bank as the first local organizations to partner with the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office as pilots of MCPO SAFE PLACE.
The program is designed as a partnership with local businesses in providing a safe place for the reporting of bias incidents and hate crimes. Participating locations display brightly colored decals in an entrance area, to show that the location will provide a safe environment for individuals to call 911 for assistance.
LBPD encourages interested businesses, social organizations, and schools to participate. Participation is free and "the only requirement is twofold: if a victim of any crime (especially a hate crime) enters the premises, call 911 immediately; and allow the victim to remain on the premises until police arrive.