Pursuant to Borough Code #100-1, No minor under the age of 18
years shall loiter, idle, wander, stroll,
play or be upon the streets
and grounds in
the Borough on foot or by vehicle after 7:30pm on
30th until 6:00am on October 31st, by reason of the
of "mischief night" or cabbage night." No minor under
the age of 18 years shall loiter, idle, wander, stroll play or be upon
the streets and grounds in the Borough on foot or by vehicle after
7:30pm on October 31st until 6:00am on November 1st, by reason
of the celebration of Halloween. Any acts of Criminal Mischief upon
public or private property will not be tolerated and violators will be
prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
2013 Burglar Alarm Application &
Renewal Forms will be
to all alarm holders during the month of December
(mailed 12/xx/2012). Please thoroughly check the alarm information
that is currently on file and make any necessary
corrections to the
alarm data & emergency contacts
list. Return the application to the
Police Department along with the applicable fee of $25 payable
(check or money order) to the Borough of Alpine. It is important that
the alarm information on file is accurate so that we can make the
appropriate notifications as necessary following an alarm activation.
If you haven't already done so or are new to town, please submit your
2012 Burglar Alarm Application as soon as possible. Should you
any questions or concerns about your alarm
or 'false alarm' procedures,
Child ID System- Periodically during the school year, the Alpine Police
will provide Child Identification Cards to the youth of our
The cards will display a picture of your child and contain
that may assist you, school staff or law
enforcement in the event of an emergency.
The application form is
available through the link below. Check back frequently
to find out
when we will be scheduling this valuable service. Any questions
be addressed to Captain Michael LaViola or Sergeant Michael Kavanagh.
Child ID Card Application (pdf)
Resident Census Form - You can now download & complete a
Census Form and drop it off at the Alpine Police
Department. All of
the information is voluntary and kept 'confidential'
at police headquarters.
Resident Census Form (pdf)
Needs Registry - To better assist residents who
may require special accommodations during an emergency, please
download & complete the following form and forward to the Alpine
Police Department. This information will allow the Alpine Office of
Emergency Management to assist you in the event of an extended
power outage or other emergency.
OEM Special Needs Assistance Form (pdf)
Use of School Property: Use
of school property, indoors or out, may
only take place
if a group has filed a "Use of Facility Application"
with the Alpine Board of Education and provided the necessary
supportive documentation which includes proof of insurance.
- Pursuant to Borough Code #153-2F, the
alteration or repair of any premises shall not occur at any time on
Sundays or legal holidays, or other than between the hours of 9:00AM
and 6:00PM on Saturdays or between the hours of 7:00AM and 6:00PM
on all other days. This Borough Code will be strictly enforced by the
Alpine Police Department.
Overnight Parking Prohibited - Pursuant
to Borough Code #209-3,
No person shall
park or leave standing in the borough any vehicle on
street between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am. This Borough
be strictly enforced by the Alpine Police Department,
when roads are snow covered.
Fingerprinting - Fingerprint processing for Firearms Applications,
Personal Record Requests, and for Employment Purposes are now
being conducted by the state contract vendor, MorphoTrak, Inc.
Forms and instructions are available on the New Jersey State Police
website: www.njsp.org. Once on the website, click Services, then
Criminal Background Check. Please contact Captain Michael LaViola
for assistance and further information at 201-784-2908.
Police OPRA Records - Alpine
Police Department Open Public Records
Form and instructions can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.
Police OPRA Records Request Form (pdf)
Peddling and Soliciting (Borough Code 164)
- New Jersey P.L.1993,
mandates that a local municipality cannot issue peddler or
solicitor permits unless the vendor has registered 15 days in advance
with the State of New Jersey to collect and remit sales tax. A copy
of the resale tax certificate will be provided at the time you make
application and must be kept on file with the Borough of Alpine at
the time a permit or license is issued. Applications are available at
the Alpine Police Department. All applicants will be subject to a
criminal background check. Please contact Captain Michael LaViola
for further information.
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