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Ocean County Offices Institutions
146 Chestnut St, Toms River, NJ 08753

This location consists of the Sheriffs Department- Special Projects and the Sheriffs Department- Communications andMore Operations. According to its web site, the Communications division provides emergency and public safety dispatch services to municipalities throughout the country. The 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) is a part of this division. The PSAP answers 9-1-1 calls for municipalities in the county. The law enforcement dispatch is provided for the Sheriff's office, the Prosecuter's office, and nine municipality police agencies.

The Special Projects department has many responsibilities ranging from running program that benefit the youth and senior citizens of Ocean County. The Missing Persons Unit is run through this operation. This department works closely with local, county, state, and federal government agencies.

Ocean County Offices Institutions
212 Washington St, Toms River, NJ 08753
This office supervises Ocean County school districts, examining budgets to ensure they are well-allocated to educate allMore students and evaluating how well districts comply with certification standards and education laws. The office deals with parents and students on important education issues, including the treatment of special groups and programs, such as gifted or talented programs, special education and bilingual or English-as-a-second-language education. In addition to assisting teachers who seek state certification or employment, The Ocean County Superintendent of Schools oversees certification for substitutes, aides, emergency appointments and coaching waivers.
Dover Township Police Department
255 Oak Ave, Toms River, NJ 08753

The Toms River Police Department was established in 1933 by the Township of Dover, Toms River but only became theMore official police department of Toms River in 2006. The establishment of the police department enabled Toms River police officers to join the State Patrolman's Benevolent Association. In 1933 the department consisted of three regular officers and grew to 137 officers in the early 1990s. The FBI rated the Dover Township Police Department as the second best in the state in 1961. The police department building consists of administrative offices, locker rooms, a squad room, a training room and a gym.

The mission of the police department is  to educate the public, reduce safety hazards and solve problems. The Dove Township Police Department consists of the Detective Bureau, Traffic Safety, the Municipal Court, the Record Bureau, the Toms River Office of Emergency Management, Neighborhood Watch and the Toms River Police Foundation.