Due to the high volume of applicants for this posted position, the deadline to submit a resume for this position is now Friday, August 15, 2014 by 4 pm. Thank you.
Borough of Berlin is seeking a part time person who must be able to meet the following qualifications; Must be able
to perform general office duties such as answering phones, assisting all departmental walk-in’s, filing, basic
knowledge in Microsoft Word and Excel, data entry/typing skills. Applicant will be required to complete any and all
other miscellaneous assigned work or tasks as requested and will also be responsible to familiarize themselves with
all their assigned duties and responsibilities of the police department part-time data clerk position.
Applicant must be customer friendly, patient and be able to work under stress, time constraints. A strict work ethic
of confidentiality is an absolute must.
Position is part-time with up to 29 hours per week or less to start with a starting rate of $10.50 per hour and is a union position.
Please send resume to the attention of Borough Administrator Charleen Santora at 59 South White Horse Pike, Berlin or
to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, August 22, 2014. Interviews will be set up for potential candidates. Berlin Borough is an EOE.
||The Berlin Borough Police Department is proud to announce our first annual Police Community Day.
The goal of this
event is to increase our relationship with you “our residents” by promoting the services we provide.
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||Berlin Police would like to advise residents that the speed limit on Franklin Ave. in front of Berlin Community School has been
lowered to 15 MPH to provide a safer environment for our children. The safety of our children is paramount; there will be zero
tolerance for speeding or cell phone use in this area. Police Officers monitoring the area will be policing these
activities. Also, the disregard of a stopped school bus when the lights are flashing red is a five point ticket. Your compliance
and cooperation will be appreciated.
A Message from Police Chief Michael DeLorenzo
I would like to welcome you to the Berlin Police Department Web Site. We are a professional law enforcement agency, that strives
to protect and serve you and your family in a fair and equitable manner. We hope this site will provide you with an overview of our
The first contact with members of our Department should be a positive experience and hopefully this web page will provide you with
first hand information as to the services we provide.
Only through an open exchange of information can we better serve our citizens. For this reason we have created a Facebook
Fan Page, where you can submit anonymous tips, find the latest information on arrests, crimes in Berlin and roadway detour
information. Go to www.facebook.com/berlinpd
and "like us"
Our ultimate goal is to constantly keep this site updated with the latest information that may be of interest to you. We want
you to visit the site often.
Please feel free to contact us with your concerns, interests, and suggestions.
By working together, we can continue to make Berlin Borough a comfortable and safe place to raise our families.
Chief Michael A. DeLorenzo
We shall preserve the safety and well being of all individuals in the Borough of Berlin through selfless public service. We
shall project, through our actions, the pinnacle of integrity, honor, fairness and compassion to those in our community. We are
committed to working together in problem-solving partnership with our community. We recognize our responsibility to provide
superior police services with the highest professional standards, to combat crime and improve the quality of life for the
citizens of Berlin. We willingly accept this responsibility and hold ourselves accountable for this accomplishment.
Lt. William Beasley
Road Construction Detail Coordinator.
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Sgt. Michael Miller
Det. Michael Scheer
Patrolman T.J. Varano
Patrolman Ryan Marrlow
Social Media Coordinators
Patrolman Jason Miller
Community Policing Coordinator
- Law Enforcement
- Calls for Police Service
- Fingerprinting of applicants by appointment
- Fingerprinting of Juveniles
- Public Relations Programs
- D.A.R.E. Training in schools
- Police week in schools
- Local Ordinance Enforcement
- Firearms licensing and permits
- Ambulance and Fire Company Assists
- Accident Investigation
- Crime Investigation
- Alcoholic Beverage Investigation and Enforcement
Please note that Firearm Applications are only accepted in person with picture ID in the police department Monday
through Friday 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Any questions, please contact Dawn Lattanzi at (856) 767-4700, extension 132 or via
Motor Vehicle Forms