Township of Ocean, Ocean County, New Jersey

Township of Ocean Police Department

50 Railroad Avenue,Waretown, NJ 08758
Phone: (609) 693-4007



In Ocean County there is the potential for a number of different emergencies and disasters that could necessitate the evacuation of our homes.  Most recently forest fires, coastal storms and hazardous materials events have been the cause. However, there is the possibility that a tornado, nuclear facility incident, earthquake or even a civil disturbance, an act of terrorism or war could occur.

We know that in the Township of Ocean many of our residents may have special needs during an evacuation and to have emergency plans developed to assist them is very challenging because we have only a limited number of sources which identifies these individuals.

Please help us to help you! If you or a loved one might need assistance in an emergency, please fill out the form enclosed and return it to Ocean Township Police Department.  If you need assistance to fill out the form or, you need someone to pick up your completed form, please call the Ocean Township Police Department at (609) 693-4007.


The Ocean County Sheriff’s Department and its support agencies are committed to the saving of lives and the protection of property whenever possible during emergencies and disasters.  This is accomplished by the development of comprehensive emergency operations planning, the continued training and education of emergency responders, practicing, drilling and exercising plan elements and timely, efficient response during times of emergency and crisis.


The Sheriff’s Department actively participates in the national Project Lifesaver Program.  This program is the reliable rapid response and partnership of law enforcement aiding victims who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders such as Down’s syndrome and autism.  The goal is to quickly locate and return wandering adults and children to their families and caregivers.  For further information, please call (800) 331-8152.