Police Department
Mission Statement

The Palmyra Police Department’s mission is to provide professional and ethical public safety services in partnership with citizens to identify

Opra Request

Open public records act request form

Vacation/Property Check

Request property checks when you're away

Drug/Tip Line Info

Report anonymous tips

Medicine Drop Box

Info on how to dispose of your old/used medications

Towing Information

A Valid insurance card for the vehicle impounded.

Temp Placard Request

Temporary handicapped placard request form.

Ethical Behavior

We maintain the trust of the community through honesty.

The Community

We recognize our responsibility is the protection of life.

Diversity

We appreciate our differences and recognize that unique skills.

Problem Solving

We work in partnership with the community to resolve problems.

Protection of Life

We maintain the trust of the community through honesty.

Positive Thinking

We are open, receptive to adapt to our dynamic community.

Campbell

Chief Meghan Campbell

Thank you for visiting the Borough of Palmyra Police Department website

The Palmyra Police Department is a full service police department providing public safety services to residents and visitors to the Borough. The department’s mission is to provide professional and ethical public safety services in partnership with citizens to identify, prevent and solve the problems of crime, fear of crime, social disorder and neighborhood decay, thereby improving the quality of life in our community. Our core values include: ethical behavior, protecting the community, diversity, and problem solving.

The Palmyra Police Department prides itself on connecting with our community in various different ways throughout the year. Outside of answering calls for service and assisting the public on a day to day basis, the officers participate in community events such as, National Night Out, Adopt a Cop, Citizens Police Academy, Youth Police Academy, Palmyra Day, Halloween Parade, Trunk or Treat, Christmas gift giving to families in need, and by donating Thanksgiving meals to families in need. We care about the community we serve and enjoy the positive interactions that we have with the public on a daily basis.

The Palmyra Police Department prides itself on connecting with our community in various different ways throughout the year. Outside of answering calls for service and assisting the public on a day to day basis, the officers participate in community events such as, National Night Out, Adopt a Cop, Citizens Police Academy, Youth Police Academy, Palmyra Day, Halloween Parade, Trunk or Treat, Christmas gift giving to families in need, and by donating Thanksgiving meals to families in need. We care about the community we serve and enjoy the positive interactions that we have with the public on a daily basis.

The Palmyra Police Department can be reached at the following:
Emergency: 911
Non- Emergency Dispatch: 856-829-0191
Business office number: 856-829-0198
Gun/Drugs Tip line: 856-829-5483 or 856-829-LIVE
Email: [email protected]

If you’d like to receive these calls, please register using the portal below.

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A TRUE TRAILBLAZER HAS LEFT THE BUILDING.

The Palmyra Police Department would like to Congratulate Chief Meghan Campbell on her retirement. As of 12/1/2022 she is officially retired.

Chief Campbell began her career with the Palmyra Police Department in 2001. She is the first female police officer to be hired full time by the department. She is also the first female in the history of the department to hold a position of rank for being promoted to Sergeant and Lieutenant.

Chief Campbell is also the first female municipal Chief of Police in Burlington County.

Chief Campbell has truly been a trailblazer in her law enforcement career.

We all would like to thank her for her many years of service, commitment, dedication and wish her a very Happy and well deserved Retirement.

#palmyrapolicenj #retirement #happyretirement
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A TRUE TRAILBLAZER HAS LEFT THE BUILDING.

The Palmyra Police Department would like to Congratulate Chief Meghan Campbell on her retirement. As of 12/1/2022 she is officially retired.

Chief Campbell began her career with the Palmyra Police Department in 2001. She is the first female police officer to be hired full time by the department. She is also the first female in the history of the department to hold a position of rank for being promoted to Sergeant and Lieutenant.

Chief Campbell is also the first female municipal Chief of Police in Burlington County.

Chief Campbell has truly been a trailblazer in her law enforcement career.

We all would like to thank her for her many years of service, commitment, dedication and wish her a very Happy and well deserved Retirement.

#palmyrapolicenj #retirement #happyretirement

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Enjoy your retirement well deserved

Congratulations, welcome to the First of the Month Club

Happy Retirement!

Thank you for your service!

Thank you for your service 🙏

Congratulations

Congratulations Chief

Enjoy your retirement Chief Campbell, thank you for all of your service to make Palmyra a wonderful community.

Congratulations Chief

Congratulations, happy retirement!

Thank you for your service to the community. Now, enjoy all your family time!

Congratulations chief

Congratulations! Thank you. Enjoy your retirement!!

Congratulations and thank you for your service! 🥰

Congrats chief!

Congratulations!!!

Congratulations!🎉

Congratulations!

Thank you and congratulations! Enjoy the next chapter in your life!

Happy Retirement " Chief Megan Campbell " Thank You For your Service. GOD SPEED.

Congratulations and thank you for your service

Congratulations

Thank you for your service!! Congratulations

Congratulations!!

Congratulations Meg!

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It's that time of year again for our Christmas Assistance Program to assist families in need during the holidays. If you are in need of assistance, please click the link below and fill out the form to request assistance. We must limit each family to 2 children.

docs.google.com/forms/d/1bsIvnIbg6JzR7ZKyoLVmp0FwCp-SQexLMiG2ZaallkU/edit?pli=1

We try to assist every family who requests help and in the past we have been able to help everyone who requests assistance but the program is limited to the amount of donations we get and on a first come first serve basis. (PALMYRA RESIDENTS ONLY).

Request forms must be submitted by Dec. 11th.

If you would like to donate to our assistance program, donations can be dropped off at Police headquarters.

Please share this post.

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Its that time of year again for our Christmas Assistance Program to assist families in need during the holidays. If you are in need of assistance, please click the link below and fill out the form to request assistance. We must limit each family to 2 children.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1bsIvnIbg6JzR7ZKyoLVmp0FwCp-SQexLMiG2ZaallkU/edit?pli=1

We try to assist every family who requests help and in the past we have been able to help everyone who requests assistance but the program is limited to the amount of donations we get and on a first come first serve basis. (PALMYRA RESIDENTS ONLY).

Request forms must be submitted by Dec. 11th.

If you would like to donate to our assistance program, donations can be dropped off at Police headquarters.

Please share this post.

#palmyrapolicenj #christmas2022 #donations

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For those of us who live out of the area, how can we help? Would you accept $$ donations?

It's that time of year again for our Christmas Assistance Program to assist families in need during the holidays. If you are in need of assistance, please click the link below and fill out the form to request assistance. We must limit each family to 2 children.

docs.google.com/forms/d/1bsIvnIbg6JzR7ZKyoLVmp0FwCp-SQexLMiG2ZaallkU/edit?pli=1

We try to assist every family who requests help and in the past we have been able to help everyone who requests assistance but the program is limited to the amount of donations we get and on a first come first serve basis. (PALMYRA RESIDENTS ONLY).

Request forms must be submitted by Dec. 11th.

If you would like to donate to our assistance program, donations can be dropped off at Police headquarters.

Please share this post.

#palmyrapolicenj #christmas2022 #donations
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Its that time of year again for our Christmas Assistance Program to assist families in need during the holidays. If you are in need of assistance, please click the link below and fill out the form to request assistance. We must limit each family to 2 children.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1bsIvnIbg6JzR7ZKyoLVmp0FwCp-SQexLMiG2ZaallkU/edit?pli=1

We try to assist every family who requests help and in the past we have been able to help everyone who requests assistance but the program is limited to the amount of donations we get and on a first come first serve basis. (PALMYRA RESIDENTS ONLY).

Request forms must be submitted by Dec. 11th.

If you would like to donate to our assistance program, donations can be dropped off at Police headquarters.

Please share this post.

#palmyrapolicenj #christmas2022 #donations

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From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving.

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy THANKSgiving to Palmyra PD 🦃

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving. Stay safe out there. #thethinblueline

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving , stay safe , so you can get home and get some leftovers 😉🦃

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone at Palmyra PD. Please be safe and have a wonderful day. From an old retired LEO!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU ALL🦃🦃🦃🦃

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to our PPD

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy celebration thanksgiving with a best wishes to all

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃

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Today is "National Tie One On Day".

The phrase actually refers to tying on an apron as people start to prepare dinner for the holiday. Just in case anyone was wondering.

If your going out tonight please make smart choices and be safe.

#palmyrapolicenj #nationaltieoneonday
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Today is National Tie One On Day.

The phrase actually refers to tying on an apron as people start to prepare dinner for the holiday. Just in case anyone was wondering.

If your going out tonight please make smart choices and be safe.

#palmyrapolicenj #nationaltieoneonday

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Interesting tidbit.

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