Field Operations Bureau

The Field Operations Division is the largest bureau of the police department. It consists  of uniformed Patrol as well as the Traffic, Canine, Community Relations, and Firearms Units. The Patrol Bureau operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is made up of four patrol squads that work twelve hour shifts. Patrol handles all calls for service as well as proactively patrols the township to deter criminal activity and ensure the overall safety of the residents.

The Canine Unit functions in patrol and consists of two officers and their canine partners. Canine officers work a power shift during peak hours to provide support to patrol operations. Each dog is specially trained in a specific discipline. Currently Medford has both a narcotics and explosive detection canine. Each canine team is also highly trained in tracking missing persons and locating suspects and evidence involved in criminal activity.

The Traffic Safety Unit also functions within the Patrol Bureau and is made up of five Traffic Safety Officers who are specially trained to investigate serious motor vehicle accidents. This unit also works to educate the public by identifying and addressing  safety concerns through research of captured traffic data to develop traffic calming solutions which protect the motoring public and pedestrians.

The Firearms Unit is comprised of members from different bureaus within the police division. This units mission is to identify, develop and implement superior training programs for all sworn members of the police department to enhance their law enforcement abilities which enables them to safely mitigate operational objectives during critical incidents to ensure the overall success of the police department and the safety of the public.

The Community Relations Bureau is comprised of one officer who works to provide safety information utilizing social media to "stay connected" to the community. The officer also acts as a liaison to each of the townships homeowners associations to give them a way to communicate quality of life concerns so these issues can be resolved in an efficient manner.

Lt. William Dunleavy #51

SFC. Michael Seybold #50

SFC. James D'Averso #53

Sgt. Shawn McVeigh #61

Sgt. Jeffrey Pultrone #52

Cpl. John Higgins #64

Cpl. Jeffery Samalonis #69

Cpl. George Jackson #59

Cpl.  Joseph Canuso #71

Officer Troy Chenier #55

Officer Andrew Haggerty #57

Officer Mark Hunsinger #60

Officer James Albertson #62

Officer Daniel Lund #65

Officer William Webb #67

Officer Robert Carbone #70

Officer Edwin McKemey #72

Officer Christopher Matson #75

Officer Kurt Denning #94

Officer Gregory Blash #95

Officer Christopher Walsh #78

Officer Amanda Rossi #99

Officer Joshua Meeks #100

Officer John DiBiase #101

Officer Christopher Sentell #102

Officer Kendall Kiernan #103

Officer Timothy Shockley #104

Officer Frederick Scheer #105

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