NB Police Chief Dowd: Police headquarters will receive $400k renovation


While going over the North Bergen Police Department’s annual report at yesterday’s board of commissioners meeting, Police Chief Robert Dowd revealed that police headquarters will undergo a $400,000 renovation using funds obtained from a drug bust in 2009. 


Also at yesterday’s North Bergen Board of Commissioners meeting, Police Chief Robert Dowd read the Police Department’s Annual Report.

He began by talking about the statewide Corridor Statistics meetings, better known as “CorStat.”

He also spoke about the technological advances that are currently being utilized by the NBPD. On that note, Dowd expanded on the topic of CCTV virtual patrol.

The township’s top cop also went over declining crime trends compared to statewide and countywide statistics.

Towards the end of his remarks, Dowd revealed that police headquarters, which has been the same building since 1908, will undergo a $400,000 renovation – using money that was obtained from a drug bust and returned to the department.

A full copy of the Police Department’s 2014 Annual Report can be read here.

Warning: A non-numeric value encountered in /home/hcvcp/public_html/wp-content/themes/Hudson County View/includes/wp_booster/td_block.php on line 353


  1. How much is the town going to spend on taxpayer dollars from this guys erroneous decision making…we will have to wait and see.

  2. Outstanding job Chief Dowd, A model for the State let alone the County. 18 million plate reads? Amazing. Virtual Patrol, pure genius, watch other Departments follow suit. Progressive policing at its finest.