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A Message From The Chief

The men and women of the Plainfield Police Department are especially proud to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of Plainfield. As a growing community in both Will and Kendall Counties, we have a rich history of working with our residents to create a safe and friendly Village. The partnership is very important to the Department, as it provides clear expectations and allows us to establish our overall goals and objectives.

For the police officer to be effective there must be mutual respect between the Department and the Community it serves. This unique partnership ensures that we remain in concert with the public in achieving our primary goal of providing a community where citizens feel protected from crime.

Chief KonopekSincerely,

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John Konopek
Chief of Police

Mission Statement

In Partnership with the Community, We Are Committed to Serve and Protect, Promote Safety, and Enhance Quality of Life.

Values

  • Integrity – Adhere to strict moral and ethical principles
  • Compassion – Respond empathetically to the needs of co-workers and those we serve
  • Accountability – Be responsible for our actions and resources
  • Respect – Maintain a high regard for the dignity of all
  • Equality – Provide fair and impartial treatment to everyone
  • Professionalism – Pursue excellence and proficiency at all times
  • Dedication – Uphold our ideals in all circumstances

Vision Statement

The members of the Plainfield Police Department are dedicated to achieving our mission through the services provided by our divisions of Patrol, Community Service, and Administration; as well as our external partnerships.

The Patrol Division provides the primary functions of law enforcement and public service through community partnerships, the prevention of crime, apprehension of violators, reporting of incidents, abatement of public nuisances, promotion of public health and safety, while safeguarding individual rights.

The Community Service Division provides support to all areas of the Police Department and provides specialized assistance to entities both within and outside the Village. These objectives are met with the use of both paid and volunteer personnel, and the development of special operation personnel and event planning.

The Administration Division acts to further the mission of the Department through a cooperative and professional team effort. We accomplish this through various school & community programs, investigation of cases, enforcement of state & local laws, and other technical functions.

We have established relationships with local, county, state, and federal agencies, civic and community organizations, local businesses, and residents. In conjunction with our own training and tools, we strive to utilize these resources to accomplish our goals and objectives.

The directions, objectives, and strategies of our organization are based on the relationships we build, the services we provide, and our goal to enhance quality of life for all people in the Village of Plainfield.

The Plainfield Police Department is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA)
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The North Plainfield Police Department is Somerset County's first Accredited Agency. We earned that coveted status in December of 2006. Agencies must be Re-Accredited every 3 years. We have continued our success receiving Re-Accreditation, December 2009, December 2012, December 2015 and we became only the second agency in the State to receive a 4th Re-Accreditation in March of 2019. "We are so proud of all of our dedicated officers, they are the individuals that earned this coveted status. said Chief William Parenti."

Accred

Accreditation demonstrates the professional achievements of the men and women of this Department. This recognition further demonstrates our collective dedication to excellence in professional Law Enforcement. By voluntarily meeting New Jersey Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission standards, the North Plainfield Police Department has shown itself willing to be held to a higher level of professionalism, building trust between the Department and the citizens it serves

MISSION STATEMENT:

My top priority is to build mutual respect, and to provide equal opportunity policing for everyone that lives, works, or passes through the Borough of North Plainfield. By this I mean, Law Enforcement Services that will be fair, honest, and without bias.

The police department’s trustworthiness, comes from being a Welcoming and Inclusive Community. It is imperative that our residents and visitors feel safe, respected, and comfortable in being themselves, while also being able to express all aspects of their identities. We are a place where each person shares a mutual sense of belonging with our other members. Inclusion, as well as the appreciation of, and the valuing of human differences, creates an atmosphere that promotes a sense of belonging, so that everyone feels respected and valued for their uniqueness. It is home. A Proud Community.

The North Plainfield Police Department, wants to instill a belief in our community policing philosophy, and establish a confidence that “we as police officers, care more about your well-being than your immigration status, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.” In many communities across New Jersey, the relationship between members of the community and law enforcement is strained. Our mission as police officers is to protect life, property, and to solve crimes without bias. That goal would be virtually impossible to do effectively, if witnesses or victims had some reluctance to come forward. We have no concern about a person's immigration status, and we do not ask that question of a victim or witness. It is imperative that law enforcement maintain the trust and support of the people they serve.

A high priority is placed on the initial screening and training of all our employees, and a continuing in-service training program is designed to keep us current with modern law enforcement practices. Our goal is to combine high personal ethics, quality training, and perseverance, to provide the best possible policing to all citizens, as well as to the people of North Plainfield.

 

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ChiefParenti

It is truly an honor and privilege to serve as Chief of Police for North Plainfield. Our Borough is unique with its diverse population and the police department is comprised of some of the finest people in law enforcement. My goals and objectives are quite simple; I want to make North Plainfield the safest place to live, work, play and visit. I thank Mayor Lawrence La Ronde for having the confidence and trust in me to do this job and I pledge to do my best in serving the residents of North Plainfield, its government, and the police department.

I am always available to any person or group that would like to meet or talk with me. The people and civic groups I meet with are all committed to improving the relationship with our police officers. “When community leaders collaborate and understand the role of police in certain situations and there is a belief that the police will conduct a proper and transparent investigation into the events or actions of an officer, all of us will benefit.” Peaceful discussions and debate often lead to policy changes. Policing needs to reflect the necessities of their community. I hope you find our web presence useful and informative.

Sincerely,

William G. Parenti


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Police Officers

Anthony Casale, Sgt

Robert DePietro, Officer

Roland Daniels, Officer (Part-time)

  • Denis O'Sullivan, Officer (Part-time)

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Plainfield Police Department

Our goal is to serve and protect our community. We are proud of our community, and we appreciate the support we receive from our residents on a daily basis.

Chief's Corner:

NH Hands-Free Law In Effect

No electronic devices The law stipulates, "No person, while driving a moving motor vehicle upon a way or temporarily halted in traffic for a traffic control device or other momentary delay, shall use any hand-held mobile electronic device..."

In case you were wondering, the new hands-free law does apply to tractors.

  • No use of hand-held electronic devices capable of providing voice or data communication while driving or temporarily halted in traffic for a stop sign or traffic signal or other momentary delays
  • This includes cell phones, GPS, tablets, iPods, iPads or other devices that require data entry
  • Emergency calls to 911 or other public safety agencies will be allowed
  • Bluetooth or other hands-free electronic devices will be allowed
  • One hand non-cellular 2-way radio use will be allowed
  • Teen drivers under the age of 18 will not be allowed to use any electronic devices (hand-held or not) except to report an emergency. Anyone violating this will be subject to penalties and license suspension or revocation.
  • If your vehicle is not equipped with Bluetooth functionality, auto service centers can install after-market systems or over the ear devices can be purchased at retailers such as Staples, Best Buy or your cell phone carrier.

Be Aware: Protect Yourself from Scams!

We have received a number of complaints about phone and email scams in our community. Currently, IRS scams are 'in season.' You can get more information about IRS scams at https://www.irs.gov/uac/Tax-Scams-Consumer-Alerts. Whether it is callers from a foreign "Lottery" or people claiming to be from the IRS or Microsoft or your credit card company, here are some things you can do to protect yourself.

Protect your personal information!

  1. Never give personal information over the phone unless you have initiated the contact. Legitimate businesses will never call you and ask you to ‘verify’ your identity or account information.
  2. Never respond to an email asking you to verify your identity by providing personal or account information, either directly or through a web page it takes you to.
  3. Never open an email attachment unless you are completely certain of its origin.
  4. Never download a file to your computer because an unknown caller has asked you to do so.
  5. You are always welcome to call Plainfield PD at 603-469-3344 if you are worried about a phone or email contact. We are here to help!

Finally, residents are receiving calls from various ‘charity’ organizations. Some are legitimate and some are not. You should be skeptical of fundraising requests from organizations you do not know. Before you give, you can go to GuideStar at http://www.guidestar.org and get free information about the finances and reputation of any charity or non-profit organization.

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Number of Arrests in the city for 2017

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Crime Rate

7.99

Violent Crime Rate

45.30

Property Crime Rate

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Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

Type:Tier I State Agencies

Address:5402 Sugar , Plainfield, IN46168-0313

Phone Number: (317)-839-5191 /Fax: (317)-839-9741

Email:[email protected]

Website: http://www.in.gov/ilea/

Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Plainfield

Type:ILETB Certified Training Academies

Address:5402 Sugar Grove Road , Plainfield, IN46168-0313

Phone Number: (317)-839-5191 /Fax: (317)-839-9741

Email:[email protected]

Website: http://www.in.gov/ilea/

Plainfield Police Department

Type:Tier I Municipal Police and Tier II Town Marshal Agencies

Address:1075 W. Main St., Plainfield, IN46168

Phone Number: (317)-838-3565 /Fax: (317)-838-3714

Email:[email protected]

Website: http://www.townofplainfield.com/Police-Department/

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