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607, 2015

Congratulations to Phillip Schroeder – 2015 Rahway Police Explorer of the Year

The Rahway Police Department is proud to congratulate Rahway resident Phillip Schroeder for being selected as the 2015 Rahway Police Explorer of the Year.   Phillip is a 2015 graduate from Rahway High School, and a […]

1203, 2015

Rahway Police Announce Year-Round Medicine Drop-Off Site

Collection program addresses growing problem of prescription drug abuse & concerns about improperly discarded medicines harming the environment.
The Rahway Police Department is implementing a free medicine-collection program for Rahway residents to safely dispose of unwanted, […]

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The Rahway Police Department is using the NIXLE communication service to allow it to send important community information directly to residents using the latest technology.

The Nixle Community Information Service allows police to create and publish messages to be delivered to subscribed residents instantly via cell phone text message and/or email. Notifications can also be accessed online at Nixle’s web site at www.nixle.com.

Messages may include weather reports-construction and road closure information as well as alerts and other relevant safety and community event information.

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CRIME PREVENTION & SAFETY TIPS

Internet Safety Tips

Establish rules with your children about Internet use. Talk with your children about what they can and cannot do online. Be reasonable and set reasonable expectations. Try to understand their needs, interests, and curiosity, but set definite parameters.
Keep the computer in a central location. Put it somewhere that you can monitor their activities (kitchen, living room, family room). Also, keep in mind there are many other locations besides your home that have Internet access. Most cell phones, PDAs, and local libraries, allow access to the Internet.

Safety In The Street

Always cross at corners, within marked crosswalks where available. Look left, right and left again before crossing. Watch for turning cars.
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