Gibbsboro Police Department

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Gibbsboro Police Department
5 Foster Avenue
Gibbsboro, NJ 08026

Police Administration Building:
(856) 783-0151

Police Department Fax:
(856) 627-3901

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Chief Brian Leadley
Corporal Michael Patterson
Patrolman La Rodriquez
Patrolman Kyle Cassady
Patrolman Ronald Dizon
Patrolman Zachary Haas
SLEO 1 Summer Sklivas




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Internal Affairs Unit

The Internal Affairs Unit of the Gibbsboro Police Department is responsible for ensuring that members of the department meet the highest standards of professional conduct and are responsive to the citizens they serve. The Internal Affairs Unit is also responsible for the thorough investigation of all complaints of misconduct against members of the Gibbsboro Police Department.

The Internal Affairs Unit reports directly to the Chief of Police. The Office is charged with administering the investigative and disciplinary processes for the Gibbsboro Police Department. The primary mission of the Internal Affairs Unit is to assure that the members of the Gibbsboro Police Department meet the highest standards of integrity and ethical performance.

The Gibbsboro Police Department is dedicated to providing the best possible police service to the citizens it serves. Officers are carefully selected and receive the best possible training to help them perform their duties in a fair, honest, impartial, and professional manner. Your assistance helps the Gibbsboro Police Department maintain the integrity of the organization. If you feel strongly about the conduct of an officer, positively or negatively, please let us know.

The Internal Affairs Unit can be reached by telephone at: (856) 783-0151 x 4 or individuals may visit the Gibbsboro Police Administration Building located at 5 Foster Ave, Gibbsboro, NJ 08026.

The 4 A’s of Internal Affairs

1. ANYONE – Any individual must be permitted to file an Internal Affairs complaint. It can be a victim, a friend of the victim, a parent, a juvenile (with or without parents), an illegal alien (we are not permitted to ask about immigration status) or it can be anonymous. ANYONE means ANYONE.

2. ANY WAY – An Internal Affairs complaint can be filed in ANY WAY. It could be filed by phone, by letter, written on a napkin, in person… Whatever is best for the person filing. We cannot make someone show up in person or swear the statement to initiate the complaint process.

3. ANY TIME – A complaint must be taken regardless of the hour or day of the week. Ay no time should a complaint be told to return later, even if the IA officer is unavailable. ANY law enforcement officer or civilian employee must take a complaint.

4. ANYTHING – As long as a complaint has sufficient factual information, the complaint must be investigated. It is predicated upon the victim’s view of the situation.

What To Expect During An Internal Affairs Investigation


1. Your Complaint will be sent to a superior officer or a specially trained internal affairs investigator who will conduct a thorough and objective investigation.

2. You might be asked to help in the investigation by giving a detailed statement about what happened or providing other important information.

3. All complaints against law enforcement officers are thoroughly investigated. You will be advised in writing of the outcome.

4. If our investigation shows that a crime might have been committed, the County Prosecutor will be notified.  You may be asked to testify in court.

5. If our investigation results in an officer being charged with a violation of department rules or regulations, you may be asked to testify in a departmental hearing.

6. If our investigation shows that the complaint is unfounded or that the officer acted properly, the matter will be closed.

7. All disciplinary hearings shall be closed to the public unless the defendant officer requests an open hearing.

N.J.S. 2C:28-3 Unsworn Falsification to Authorities states, ” A person commits a crime of the fourth degree if he makes a written false statement which he does not believe to be true, on or pursuant to a form bearing notice, authorized by law, to the affect that false statements made therein are punishable.” Those who provide false information to members of the Internal Affairs Unit will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Officer Complaint Forms

Accident Reports

The Gibbsboro Police Department has now made most traffic accident reports available through the internet. This is now our preferred method of report distribution. If you need a copy of an accident report please go to the bottom of this page to link to the appropriate website. From our report search page, you will be able to search for your report, view it and print it in the convenience of your home or office. The current fee for an accident report is $12.00. You can pay for your reports through the secure site listed at the bottom of this page with a credit card.

Please note that accident reports are only posted online after it has been approved. Certain policies apply to the online purchase. Please read the following conditions described below.

Conditions to Obtaining an Online Accident Report

Pursuant to O.P.R.A. (Open Public Records Act N.J.S.A.47:1A-1, et seq.), a custodian must deny access to a person who has been convicted of an indictable offense within New Jersey, any other US state or the United States, and who is seeking government records containing personal information pertaining to a victim or a victim’s family, including but not limited to a victim’s home address, home telephone number, social security number, medical history or any other identifying information.

OPRA REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED THROUGH THE GIBBSBORO POLICE RECORDS DEPARTMENT. OPRA REQUESTS ARE THOSE SUBMITTED BY INDIVIDUALS OR COMPANIES NOT RELATED TO THE ACTUAL ACCIDENT. The following are exempt from an OPRA request….. drivers, passengers, vehicle or property owners, insurance companies or attorneys representing involved persons.

Drivers’ and witnesses’ statements submitted to the Gibbsboro Police Department are not available with the online reports. In order to obtain a driver’s or witness’ statement, you must request them from the Gibbsboro Records Department during regular business hours by calling at 856-783-0151 or in person.

All reports may also be purchased directly from Gibbsboro Police Department in person or by regular mail; except as otherwise provided by law or regulation. The fee assessed for the direct purchase of a duplication is $0.05 per page.

Online reports are available at a cost of $12.00.

Vacation Property Check

The Gibbsboro Police Department offers property checks as a service to residential property owners in the Borough. Residents whose houses will be vacant while they are vacation can request the police department check their residence while they are away. The residence will be checked regularly by a police officer. Patrol officers will conduct random checks of the residence to make sure the property home is secure and that there is no suspicious activity in the area.


Voluntary Security Camera Registry​

The Gibbsboro Police Department is committed to a continuing partnership with our community. In always striving to expand that partnership, the Gibbsboro Police Department is initiating the Security Camera Registry. This voluntary program will encourage both residents and business owners within the Township to register their home or business surveillance systems, which will increase safety and the reduction of crime, continuing to keep our community safe.

During investigations, officers are often unaware of the various residences and businesses that have captured footage that is valuable to an investigation, which can lead to a successful and safe resolution.

Benefits of this program include, expediting the retrieval of video footage as well as allowing officers quicker resolutions and obtaining pertinent information. Moreover, it reduces time in canvassing areas attempting to locate surveillance systems.

If you are registered with this program and a crime occurs in your area, you may be contacted by a member of the Gibbsboro Police Department. This request may include examining the time frame in question and the recordings your system has. This will be arranged at your convenience and assistance provided to you if needed to access recordings.

Again, this program is 100% voluntary and all information kept confidential. Moreover, only law enforcement will view any footage provided by you.

This program is an additional useful tool which offers residents and business owners the opportunity to partner with the Monroe Township Police Department to continue to keep our Township safe. Please note that this program does not give police the ability to tap into any home or business surveillance feeds.

How it Works

Registration – Please fill out the form below. It only takes a few minutes to complete.

Confirmation – Once you complete your registration, a member of the Gibbsboro Police Department will contact you to confirm your registration.

If Assistance is Needed – You will only be contacted if a criminal incident takes place in the area of your security cameras. Police may request a copy of the video / images. Again, assistance downloading these can be provided.
This program continues the partnership with our residents and businesses to always keep Monroe Township safe.

Terms and Conditions:

  1. Any video / images provided to the Gibbsboro Police Department relating to criminal activity may be used as evidence.
  2. Footage provided is for Official Use Only by the Gibbsboro Police Department or assisting agency.
  3. Under no circumstances shall registrants construe that they are acting as an agent of the Police Department.
  4. If necessary, the Gibbsboro Police Department will contact you utilizing the information you provided.
  5. You agree not to release any provided video/images to media or other outlet.


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