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Riverton Borough Police Department

Our mission is to serve all the people who enter the Borough of Riverton with respect, fairness and compassion. With the community as our foundation.

we are driven to enhance the quality of life, investigate crimes, seek problem solutions, and promote a sense of safety and security in our community.We will nurture public trust by holding ourselves to the highest standards, performance and ethics. We are committed to excellence in law enforcement.
Email Addresses for Riverton Police Department Personnel
Chief Andrew Beuschel [email protected]
Patrolman Jeffrey Walker [email protected]
Patrolman Vinny Coniglione [email protected]
Patrolman Jacob Reeder [email protected]
Patrolman Tyler Goula [email protected]
SLEO 1 Officer Thomas Shaffert [email protected]
Patrolman Benjamin Pascal [email protected]
Office Adm. Susan Wompierski [email protected]
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Contact Us

Riverton Police Department

For EMERGENCIES: Please dial 9-1-1
For NON-EMERGENCIES: Please call
(856) 829-1211
Police Station Phone: (856) 829-1212
Dispatch: (856) 829-1211
Fax: (856) 829-1412
Riverton Municipal Court: (856) 829-4027

Animal Complaints

If you have an animal complaint, please contact Animal Control at 609-685-3384.

Juvenile Curfew Hours

The curfew runs from 10:00 PM through 6:00 AM Sunday through Thursday and 11:00 PM through 6:00 AM Friday and Saturday for all juveniles under the age 18.


Frequently used Riverton Police Department forms (Vacation Watch,
Request for Police Records, Alarm Registrations, Vendor Permit
applications) can be found at the Borough website by following
link and scrolling down to Police Forms.

Internal Affairs Dispositions

Annual Summary of Law Enforcement Diversity: Current Officers & Promotion Entry

Body Worn Cameras

Officers of the Riverton Police Department have been utilizing body worn cameras since early 2013.The Riverton Police Department is proud to join the growing ranks of law enforcement agencies who have utilized the Body-Worn Camera Grant Program offered by the NJ Attorney General’s Office. The cameras will be used in accordance with the guidelines established by the New Jersey Attorney General and the directive issued by the Riverton Police Department. Our agency wants this technology to enhance and improve our relationship with you.

Effective policing is achieved through strong partnerships with all of you. Axon BWCs will be mounted to an officer’s uniform. The cameras will point away from the officer and will capture images in the camera’s field of vision. Citizens who interact with police officers will be recorded on body camera footage. 

Fingerprint Procedure


Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office Procedures for T- and U-Visa Nonimmigrant Status Applications


Immigrants who are victims of certain crimes may be eligible to obtain legal status in the United States by application to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a federal agency of the Department of Homeland Security. These visas, referred to as a T-Visa or U-Visa, allow the recipient, as well as certain family members, to obtain legal status and remain in the United States for a period of up to four years to assist law enforcement in the prosecution of criminal activity. In certain circumstances, a visa may be renewed or may serve as a basis for an application for permanent legal status.
Prior to submitting an application to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, however, certain documentation must be submitted to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office for review. The documentation will facilitate the federal application process. As such, the purpose of this notification is to advise prospective applicants of the procedure utilized by Burlington County for the processing of T- and U-Visa applications.

Non-immigrant T-Visas

The following should be considered prior to submitting an application for a T-Visa:


An individual may be eligible for issuance of a T-Visa if he or she:
For a list of qualifying crimes, refer to the “U and T Visa Law Enforcement Resource Guide” accessible at https://www.dhs.gov/publication/u-visa-law-enforcement-certification-resource-guide.


An applicant for a U-Visa must prove to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that he or she has satisfied the eligibility requirements as set forth above. To do so, the individual must obtain a signed statement, known as a “certification,” from the law enforcement agency investigating or prosecuting the case. The certification, titled “Supplement B, U Nonimmigrant Status Certification” (USCIS Form I-918, www.uscis.gov/i-918), is required. The USCIS will not consider an application for a U-Visa without the certification.
In Burlington County, the Burlington County Prosecutor, or his designee, is the only individual authorized to sign the certification.
Individuals who satisfy the eligibility requirements set forth above may submit a completed Declaration of Law Enforcement Officer for Victim in Trafficking of Persons Form (T-Visa), or Supplement B, Nonimmigrant Status Certification Form (U-Visa), to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office for consideration. Upon receipt, the application will be reviewed by the Burlington County Prosecutor or his designee.
In reviewing the documentation, the initial investigating agency will be consulted, as will any Prosecutor’s Office personnel who are familiar with the investigation. If a declaration or certification is warranted upon review of the application, the Prosecutor, or his designee, will sign same. That decision is within the sole discretion of the Prosecutor or his designee.
A decision shall be rendered within 120 days from the date of submission of the application to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office. Notification of the decision will be provided to the applicant, as well as the applicant’s counsel, if any. If approved, the original declaration or certification will be provided to counsel, and if no counsel exists, to the applicant. A copy of the documents will be maintained by the Prosecutor’s Office.

Time for Application

An application for a T- or U-Visa may be submitted at any time during the pendency of, or subsequent to, the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity. There are no time limitations to file an application.


The immigration status of an individual requesting a T- or U-Visa shall not be disclosed by the Prosecutor, or his designee, to any federal or state agency, without written authorization of the applicant, or as required by law.

Issuance of a T- or U-Visa

A signed declaration or certification by the Prosecutor or his designee does not grant legal status to the applicant. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is the sole agency that has the authority to issue a T- or U-Visa.


Individuals seeking information regarding visas are encouraged to review the “U and T Visa Law Enforcement Resource Guide” accessible at https://www.dhs.gov/publication/u-visa-law-enforcement-certification-resource-guide. Any questions concerning the application process may be directed to Burlington County Assistant Prosecutor Mark B. Westfall at 609-265-5887. Applications should be sent to the attention of Assistant Prosecutor Westfall at the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly, New Jersey 08060.