Security Assessments

The Community Policing Unit will respond to both residences and businesses to assist with the assessment of security requirements or to provide vulnerability/risk assessments of culturally sensitive or critical infrastructure locations within the township. It is another manner in which the Department reaches out directly to our residents, business owners, and community leaders in an effort to maintain a safe community for all.

The East Brunswick Police Department is committed to keeping residents and businesses secure in their communities. The Community Policing Unit offers free security survey evaluations based on availability, to both residents and businesses located within the boundaries of East Brunswick.

For more information or to schedule a security assessment, please email the Community Policing Unit or call at 732-390-6938.

Security & Preparedness for Houses of Worship

Across the United States, Americans congregate in faith-based venues to worship, learn, play, and bond as a community. However, public gatherings are vulnerable, and adversaries may perceive houses of worship as attractive targets.

The East Brunswick Police Department Community Policing Unit offers services to assist faith-based and community organizations with their efforts to prepare for all types of hazards, whether natural or man-made. 

Assistance is provided through free security assessments or vulnerability/risk assessments which include resources, training material, practice drills, etc. Additionally, the East Brunswick Police Department can provide increased patrols during certain times when your facilities are in use. 

Dedicated physical security with uniformed police officers utilizing marked police vehicles are available upon request (inquire for additional info).

The East Brunswick Police Department is committed to keeping our local religious facilities secure in their communities. Review reference materials and resources that can assist your House of Worship with physical security, emergency action planning and active shooter considerations.

For additional information or to schedule a meeting, please contact the Community Policing Unit at 732-390-6938 or by email at