Police Department

Welcome to the Summit Police Department


Our officer and civilian staff are proud to serve and protect the City of Summit through proactive law enforcement and community outreach.

Please take time to tour our website to learn more about our department and the law enforcement services we offer. 
- Robert K. Weck, Chief of Police

SPD body camera-2

The Summit Police Department has implemented a body camera program for all uniformed officers assigned to the patrol bureau and traffic unit to capture valuable evidence for investigations and trials. It will also provide more accurate documentation of scenes, interviews, and encounters between police and citizens, promoting professionalism, accountability and transparency.

Kepping Summit Safe presentation cover
  1. Volunteer for Summit

    Residents are needed to serve on city government boards and commissions. Each November, the Mayor and Common Council review volunteer applications and appoint new members. Terms vary from one to five years. Click link for list of volunteer opportunities. List of Volunteer Opportunities
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Medicine Dropoff Box

Medicine Drop-off Box at City Hall



Safely dispose of your unused, unwanted, or expired prescription medications in the drop off box located in the Summit Police Department on the first floor of City Hall.

**Please do not dispose of syringes in this box. Click here for info on how to dispose of syringes with regular household garbage.

NJ Division of Consumer Affairs has developed
Project Medicine Drop in an effort to halt the abuse and diversion of prescription drugs.