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New Jersey Attorney General Porrino announced the “Safe Stop NJ” program. The goal of the program is to have every traffic stop to end safely for all involved by providing information for the general public about what to do, and what not to do, during a traffic stop, to ensure that all stops are safe and fair. A link to the program can be found here http://www.safestopnj.com/
Attorney General’s Message
Our goal is for every traffic stop to end safely for all involved. To achieve this goal, we have taken various steps, all of which have been directed at law enforcement: All police officers in New Jersey must complete annual training on de-escalation techniques, cultural awareness and implicit bias through our CLEAR Institute; thousands of police officers now wear body-worn cameras; we have improved protocols for investigation of police-involved use of deadly force; and we have promoted innovative community policing through hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants and awards. Our new “Safe Stop” initiative takes the next step by providing information for the general public about what to do, and what not to do, during a traffic stop, to ensure that all stops are safe and fair. Please help us make every stop a Safe Stop.
All Town of Hammonton videos online at:
Town of Hammonton New LED Street Light Project with Mayor Steve DiDonato, NJ State BPU and Atlantic City Electric representatives.
Please use our new updated Rental Registration Form 2017
Hammonton Public Utilities Department
Hours of Operation Monday through Friday 7:00am to 3:30pm
In case of emergency, after hours call Hammonton Police Dept at 561-4000
Annual water hydrant flushing is going on at this time if you have any problem with rusty water allow it to run before use to clear up or contact the Hammonton Water Department
The Hammonton Blue Devils Marching Band won first place at USBands’ New Jersey State Championships.
Watch the Hammonton Blue Devils Marching Band championship performance video online:
Application for Water Conservation Tax Credit:
Atlantic City Electric has launched a new streetlight reporting system available through the company’s website. Customers will need to provide their name and contact information, as well as either an address or the utility pole number for the affected light. Customers can also provide a message if additional detail is needed to relay important information to the company. Atlantic City Electric will then provide an update on the status of the reported streetlight.
Direct Link to the Streetlight Reporting System
Instructions from the Homepage, www.atlanticcityelectric.com
- Click “my home”
- Click “report an outage or safety hazard”
- Click “report streetlight outage”
Customers can also report a streetlight issue by calling the Atlantic City Electric Customer Care Center at 1-800-642-3780.