WARREN, NJ - Warren Township is the sixth safest city in New Jersey and also ranks as No. 25 in the Top 100 Safest Cities in America for 2018, the National Council for Home Safety and Security says in its latest ranking.

 
“As Mayor, I believe that I speak for the entire Township Committee regarding our appreciation of the efforts of our Police Department and all the volunteers in OEM, the rescue squad, and the fire department,” said Warren Township Mayor Vic Sordillo.  “It is their professionalism, dedication and caring for the town that ensures our safety and security.”
 
 

"I am pleased to see our community is recognized by the National Council for Home Safety and Security as the 25thsafest city in America and 6th safest in New Jersey,” said Chief William Keane of the Warren Township Police. “I'm proud of my officers and their efforts to ensure the best environment for the residents of Warren. As always, I want to thank the Warren Township Committee for their ongoing support and understanding of what our department needs to continue to keep safety a top priority." 

The National Council for Home Safety and Security is a trade association comprised of home security professionals across the United States. The council advocates for safe communities and home safety with a strong focus on community involvement. Find more information here