The Borough of Deal New Jersey Police Department
Pursuant to the December 2021 Attorney General Guideline “Promoting Diversity in Law Enforcement Recruiting and Hiring,” the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office is committed to doing all that we can to hiring staff who reflect the communities that we serve. See N.J.S.A.52:17B-4.10. 2019 Census Data indicates that Monmouth County’s population is 75% White, 7% Black, 11% Hispanic, and 5% Asian.
As of December 31, 2021, the Deal Police Department had 23 full time employees: 83.3% were white, 0% were black, 8.3% Hispanic, and 4.2% were Asian. Our Diversity numbers are lower than the 2019 census data for Black and Asian employees and only 8.3% of our employees are women. Through job fares, such as the outreach event held by the Monmouth County Chiefs of Police at Brookdale Community College on March 8th, we will continue to strive to increase the number of female and underrepresented minorities on staff. Our seasonal staff represents diversity in a manner consistent with our recruiting efforts. The Deal Police Department will continue to strive to hire and promote employees in a manner that reflects the communities we serve.
Chief Ronen Neuman
The mission of the Deal Police Department is to protect and serve the community's quest for a peaceful and safe existence, to build partnerships with our community, to prevent crime and to enhance the quality of life throughout our community.
Core values are the foundation of every Law Enforcement organization. They are the principles that all members accept and adhere to and which guide their conduct and actions throughout their careers. The core values of the Deal Police Department are:
- Professionalism – In our actions
- Respect – For all citizens and each other
- Integrity – Truthful, honest & deserving of trust
- Commitment (Dedication) – To the community, organization and our duty
- Excellence – In everything we do
Professional Police Services
The Deal Police Department is a professional organization committed to providing the highest quality of service to the public. Officers are carefully selected and receive the best possible training to help them perform their duties in a fair, honest, impartial, and professional manner.