The Mount Arlington Police Department proudly serves the Borough of Mount Arlington and its more then 5,000 residents. The department consists of comprehensive patrol and detective divisions. The Mount Arlington Police Department is capable of performing childseat safety inspections and installation instruction. This service will only be conducted by officers who possess an up to date certification. Appointments can be made by calling the Police Department during normal business hours. Services requested without appointment may be satisfied if a childseat technician is available.


*Excellence – We believe that excellence is not an end result, rather a continuous pursuit requiring deliberate attention. Accordingly, we dedicate ourselves to the continuous improvement of police service through training, education, dedication to duty, and exemplary conduct.

*Integrity – Our value as police employees depends upon the respect and confidence we earn from the community and each other. The integrity of each individual, as well as the organization, is necessary for citizens to give us their trust. We are committed to the highest standards of honesty and ethical conduct, which are the cornerstones of our profession. Without this trust, we cannot expect to form a cohesive partnership with the community.

*Accountability – We take personal responsibility for our actions and attitude. We actively complete our assignments and meet our commitments, while demonstrating a high degree of ownership to the people we affect. We understand that each part completes the sum and w ultimately answerable for our areas of responsibility.

*Courage –   We will uphold and follow the law, while protecting and serving the community in the face of fear, danger, and temptation even if it requires sacrifice.

*Compassion – we will suspend judgment and appreciate others’ perspectives or situations when they are different from our own. We will display genuine concern towards others and their needs. We realize the need to understand the perspective of those we interact with while displaying empathy and respect.

  •             The mission of the Mt Arlington Police Department is to provide the community and visitors with the highest quality of law enforcement services.  In doing so, we will safeguard the rights of our citizens by steadfastly upholding the Constitution of the State of New Jersey and the Constitution of the United States. To fulfill this mission, we will employ innovative strategies to prevent and suppress crime, actively identify, pursue, and arrest criminal offenders, establish strong community partnerships, professionally developed employees, and enhanced technology to achieve and maintain the highest quality of life throughout our Borough.

    Our Mission
  •            We are a professional law enforcement agency respected and trusted by our community.  We are committed to providing the finest quality of police services to the people who live here, work here and visit our borough. We will continually strive to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities of our members and to efficiently and effectively manage our resources to deliver the highest level of service to the public. This will be accomplished in accordance with our core values of Excellence, Integrity, Accountability, Courage, and Compassion.

    Our Vision


  Phone:  973-398-2100

  Location:  520 Altenbrand Ave. Mount Arlington NJ 07856

  Email:  mapolice@mtarlingtonpd.com

  Supervisor: Edward Labruno, Chief

Department Directory

Chief Edward LaBruno

Lieutenant Matthew Green

Sergeant Christopher Coupe

Sergeant Ryan Sherburne

Sergeant Matthew Fortunato

Sergeant Joseph Farina

Patrolman Patrick DeRosa

Patrolman Dennis McCoach

Patrolman Joseph Parichuk

Patrolman James Braun

Patrolman Ryan Caparoni

Patrolman Matthew Tumulty

Patrolman Christopher Messano

Patrolman Nicholas Pizzuta

Patrolman Matthew Kaiteris

Secretary Valerie Kourtz

How Do I Obtain a Police Report?

Police reports are normally available for copy three to five business days after the incident was reported. Reports may be received at the Police Department located at 520 Altenbrand Avenue, Mount Arlington, New Jersey 07856. Prior to responding to the Police Department for a police report, please call (973-398-2100) and ask for the records department to determine if the report is available for copy. There is a cost for all reports in accordance with the laws and ordinances governing same. Ask for the Police Secretary when you call.


The members of the Mount Arlington Police Department are committed to providing law enforcement services that are fair, effective and impartially applied.  It is in the best interest of everyone that your complaint about the performance of an individual officer is resolved fairly and promptly.  The police department has formal procedures for investigating your complaint.  These procedures ensure fairness and protect the rights of both citizens and police officers.

You may call Chief of Police Edward LaBruno at 973-398-2100 with any additional questions.

Medication Drop Box

The Police Department now has a drop box in the lobby so medications that are expired or no longer needed can be deposited anonymously for destruction. Acceptable items are listed on the sign on top of the collection unit.

Gun Lock

Recently the demand for firearms identification cards and purchase permits has increased. In an effort to contribute to the safe handling and storage of firearms the Police Department is giving out free gunlocks that can be used on most types of firearms. Gunlocks can be obtained from headquarters between 8am-4pm, Monday to Friday.


Emergency Notification

The Borough Office of Emergency Management has acquired a new Notification System to get information out to the residents. These notifications may be in emergent situations or for informational reasons. Notifications are made based on a geographic landline phone database by Verizon. Use the following link to ensure that you are part of the notification database, or to register your cell phone or email.

Click Here for Register Ready – New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters


Immigration Assistance

Police Headquarters

The Police Department is located at 520 Alterbrand Ave.
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856.

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