As we face the public health issues of vaping, JUULing, and marijuana legalization, the threat to our youth is greater than ever. The chasm between what parents know vs what they need to know and be aware of about current trends has never been greater. The importance of parental education is vital!
Are you aware of what has changed?…
Do you know and understand terminology?
Do you know the conversations you need to have with your children?
Are you aware of the connection to the digital world?
What do kids need to hear?
Who will they listen to?
Where do we go from here?
Join us for a critical, honest, and open discussion that is sure to leave you with the information you need to help answer these and other difficult questions.
6:30pm – 7:30pm VAPING ME CRAZY – Presented by Michael Deleon of Steered Straight
7:30pm – 8:30pm Community Resource Fair
LOCATION: Overbrook High School Auditorium
1200 Turnersville Road
Pine Hill, NJ 08021
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The Pine Hill Police Department would like to remind residents that curfew will be earlier on October 28 thru October 31 due to Halloween.
Curfew will be 8:00 PM – 6:00AM October 28th – 31st for anyone under the age of 18 that is not accompanied by a parent, guardian or other adult person having custody, care or control of the juvenile. (Resolution 2018-170)
The Borough will be “Trick-or-Treating” from 3:00PM – 8:00PM on Wednesday, October 31st!
MISCHIEF NIGHT SAFETY TIPS
- Park your car in the garage and secure the vehicle and garage door
- Leave your house lights on, especially exterior lights
- Stay home on mischief night
- Lock up your valuables
- Put away children’s yard toys, they could be stolen or damaged
- Lock your car doors
Please report any suspicious activity to the Pine Hill Police Department by calling 911. If reporting suspicious activity please be as descriptive as possible. The description of the subject, location or direction of travel and tag on a motor vehicle is extremely helpful.
If you have any questions you may contact the Pine Hill Police Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 856-783-1549. If you need immediate assistance for an emergency you may call 9-1-1.
The Pine Hill Police Department encourages safety and supervision during the annual Trick-or-Treat season. Below are a few safety rules for parents to help ensure a safe and fun Halloween.
- Know your treaters’ route
- Make sure your child is carrying a flashlight
- Be sure all costumes, shoes and treat bags are safe
- Consider reflective or glow in the dark tape on your child’s costume
- Remind your children not eat their treats until you have inspected them
- Stay on sidewalks, if no sidewalks are available, walk on the left side of the roadway facing traffic.
- Remind children that drivers have a hard time seeing pedestrians at night and at dusk and to never cross the street from between parked cars.
- Ensure your child only Trick-or-treats at homes with their porch light on and never approaches a car offering candy.
- Avoid replica knives, swords and guns. Make sure all props are constructed of flexible materials
- Turn on your porch light so children know it is alright to approach your home
- Make sure your yard is free of debris that could cause someone to trip or fall
- Never invite children into your home
- Keep pets in a safe place so children do not become frightened
- Hand out sealed commercially wrapped candy
- Use glow sticks or lights instead of candles in decorations
The Pine Hill Police Department will be deploying Crossing Guards at the following locations to allow for the safe crossing of roadways within the Borough;
- Turnersville Road and Hill Drive
- Kayser Avenue and 10th Avenue
- Erial Road and 8th Avenue
- Ramblewood Drive and Franklin Ave
Additional safety measures include;
- Officer Bicycle Patrols in various neighborhoods within the Borough
- Increased Patrol Units
Bicycle Safety Rodeo and Child Seat Inspection Event
Saturday, September 15, 2018 10:00am – 2:00pm
Join Pine Hill Officers on Saturday, September 15, 2018 for the Bicycle Safety Rodeo and Child Safety Seat Inspection Event at Overbrook High School on Turnersville Road.
The Bicycle Safety Rodeo and PHPD Bicycle Registration Program will be running throughout the event in the main lot of Overbrook High School. Bring your bike for inspection and registration, take part in the obstacle course with PHPD Bike Officers and learn safety and security tips.
A limited supply of free bike helmets will be available from the Safe Kids Southern New Jersey, led by Cooper University Hospital. Aistriu of Marlton will be joining us and supporting the event.
The Pine Hill Police Department has collaborated with Cooper Hospital – Safe Kids of Southern NJ, and Camden County Highway Traffic Safety for the Child Passenger Safety Seat Inspections.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children 1-12 years old. From 2006 to 2010, 4,028 children (age 12 and younger in a passenger vehicle) were killed and an estimated 660,000 were injured, in motor vehicle traffic crashes – more than the entire population of Boston, Massachusetts.
“Parents who really know it all, know for sure their child is in the right car seat.” For more information visit Safercar.gov/therightseat, to find out for sure if you have your child in the right car seat. The site also has important information on car seat use and installation such as How- to videos, recall notifications, and NHTSA’s car seat ease-of-use ratings.
Rita’s of Pine Hill will be providing free water ice to all attendees and Wawa of Pine Hill will be providing free water!
We hope to see you there!
Everyone is invited to join us for the 35th Annual National Night Out being held at Overbrook High School on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. The event is sponsored by organizations within the Borough of Pine Hill, including the Pine Hill Police Department, Municipal Alliance, Fire Department, Hope Chapel and many others.
National Night Out is an annual event designed to strengthen our communities by encouraging neighborhoods to engage in stronger relationships with each other and with their local law enforcement partners. The goal is to heighten crime-prevention awareness, build support and participation in local anti-crime programs, and most importantly, send a message that our neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. It’s also the perfect opportunity to get to know your neighbors even better. For more information visit www.nationalnightout.org
Details will be posted as they are finalized on the Pine Hill Police Department website and social media sites, along with NIXLE. To participate, email email@example.com
DEA National Drug Take Back Day
Pine Hill Police Administration Building
Saturday, April 28, 2018 10:00am – 2:00pm
The Pine Hill Police Department will be participating in the DEA – Drug Enforcement Administration Take Back Event on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10:00am until 2:00pm. The event will be held at the Police Administration Building located at 48 West Sixth Avenue. The Department will be providing a safe and legal method for the residents of Pine Hill and surrounding jurisdictions to dispose of unused, unwanted or expired medication. Information will also be available for local drug addiction support services and Operation SAL. Since May 2014, the Pine Hill Police Department has responded to over 125 reported drug overdoses and has deployed lifesaving naloxone in over 50 of those incidents.
Last October, Americans turned in 456 tons (over 912,300 pounds) of prescription drugs at 5,321 sites operated by the DEA and more than 4,200 of its state and local law enforcement partners. Overall, since 2010, DEA and its partners have taken in over 9 million pounds—more than 4,500 tons—of pills.
This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards.
For more information about the disposal of prescription drugs or about the April 28 Take Back Day event contact Det. Davies at firstname.lastname@example.org or 856-783-1549 x 443 or email email@example.com
PHPD & PROJECT MEDICINE DROP
Permanent and Portable Drug Drop Boxes Now Available!
Since 2012, the Pine Hill Police Department has provided residents with a drug drop box as part of the Department’s effort to combat the opiate addiction epidemic. The Department has recently joined the NJ Attorney General’s Project Medicine Drop, which in addition to the permanent drop location; the department’s new portable drug drop box will be available at many of the community outreach programs. Project Medicine Drop Box is located at the Police Administration Building. Residents may visit the Pine Hill Police Department at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to dispose of their unused or excess medications.
Project Medicine Drop is an important component of the Pine Hill Police Department and NJ Attorney General’s effort to stop the diversion and abuse of prescription drugs, including highly addictive opiate painkillers.