Bridge Reconstruction Notice

Beginning on or about Friday, June 23, 2017 Mercer County D.O.T. will commence bridge repairs on a structure located along Blackwell Road between Cold Soil Road and Federal City Road.

Repairs will consist of complete bridge replacement, necessitating a full 24/7 closure of Blackwell Road. 

During construction, Blackwell Road up to the bridge will be open to local residents but the bridge will be fully closed to through traffic.

A detour will be posted directing motorists to use Federal City Road, Lawrenceville-Pennington Road, Keefe Road and Cold Soil Road.

This project is anticipated to take approximately 90 days to complete, weather permitting.

 

 

Bridge Reconstruction Notice

On or about Monday, December 5, 2016 the Mercer County Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will start the rehabilitation of the two bridges on River Drive, one over Fiddlers Creek, and one over Steele Run, which have been closed for over three years.

Sections of River Drive, near these two bridges, will remain closed to pedestrian and vehicular traffic for the duration of the project.

This project is to be completed in 150 calendar days, weather permitting.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Hopewell Township Police Department
201 Washington Crossing Pennington Road
Titusville, New Jersey 08560
Phone – 609 737 3100 • Fax – 609 737 1775

Hopewell Township Police Department

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Patrol Division

The “backbone” of any police department is its Patrol Division.  These are the officers that normally handle daily operations, but are also called on to support the specialty units to achieve their particular goals.  While specialty unit officers focus on a specific segment of law enforcement, the patrol officers need to have knowledge in all segments of police work.

The patrol officers are the “first responders” to all medical calls, motor vehicle crashes, burglar alarms, fires, domestic disputes, assaults and a myriad of other calls. 

All Hopewell Township Police Officers are certified in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and carry semi-automatic external defibrillators. There are currently three certified emergency medical technician patrol officers. 

Patrol officers are the ones that first come in contact with crime scenes. They must be able to recognize potential evidence and secure the crime scene for detectives and crime scene teams. 

When a patrol officer responds to an incident, he or she will investigate the case as far as possible. The patrol officer will then determine if a detective should be brought in to investigate it further.  In some cases, patrol officers solve the case themselves. They always have to file reports on incidents and often complete charges against the appropriate parties.

Patrol officers must prepare a variety of reports for such things as motor vehicle crashes, burglaries, thefts, criminal mischief, drug investigations, missing persons, lost property as well as documentation reports used by the insurance industry to validate a claimant’s loss.

Currently, the Hopewell Township Police Department has 20 officers assigned to the Patrol Division. This division consists of four squads with a sergeant supervising each squad. The sergeants are Sergeant Joseph Giordano, Sergeant Michael Cseremsak, Sergeant Kevin Zorn and Sergeant Frank Tulko.  

Lieutenant Christopher Kascik oversees the entire Patrol Division.

 
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