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Professional Standards


Our department is compliant with the Attorney General's Guidelines as it pertains to the mandatory Early Warning System (EWS) as well as the mandatory Drug Testing policy.   If anyone would like a copy of our policy's please feel free to reach out to:
Capt. Steve Regula - sregula@wclpd.com, Lt. Chad Malloy - cmalloy@wclpd.com, or Det. Sgt. Keith Kalmbach - kkalmbach@wclpd.com

For more information or to file a citizen complaint, click here: Citizen Complaint Information Sheet

For the Woodcliff Lake Police Department Drug Testing Policy, click here: Woodcliff Lake Police Drug Testing Policy

For the Woodcliff Lake Police Annual Major Discipline Report, click here: Woodcliff Lake Police Annual Major Discipline Reporting Form

For the Woodcliff Lake Police Recruitment Plan, click here: Woodcliff Lake Police Recruitment Plan

Body Worn Camera/Mobile Video Recorders

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The Woodcliff Lake Police Department is pleased to announce that our officers have been trained on the operation of our new SafeFleet/Coban Mobile-Vision Focus X2 body worn cameras (BWC). The cameras are set to be deployed on April 1st 2022 and will be affixed to the officer’s outer most uniform garment. The operation of body worn cameras will be in compliance with agency policy, which is in accordance with NJ Attorney General's and Bergen County Prosecutor's Office guidelines.  The Woodcliff Lake Police Department’s use of body worn video camera technology continues to provide value in enhancing officer safety, reduction of liability, assist with prosecution and case resolution, and further promote professionalism and accountability through transparency.
As with our BWC technology, the video recorded by officers will automatically upload to SafeFleet storage and evidence management system, where it can be easily accessed for review. An end-user cannot tamper with video files stored on the SafeFleet/Coban Mobile-Vision Focus X2 camera.