Monday - Friday
8:30 - 4:30

 (732) 542-3400

556 Tinton Avenue
Tinton Falls, NJ, 07724

Emergency Management


Contact Information

David Boehning
Emergency Management Coordinator

About Us

The Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management in partnership with the Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Services, Public Works and other Municipal Departments coordinates disaster planning, preparation, rehearsal and review of the emergency operations plan for Tinton Falls. This involves the coordination with and cooperation of federal, state, county and municipal agencies that would respond or be affected in cases of disaster.

During times of an emergency, the Office coordinates the response effort from all aspects of government and the community to insure adequate services are rendered and timely recovery made, while insuring that vital services to the community continue. The Office recognizes and utilizes the four phases of emergency management: preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation. Preparedness includes; planning, training, and exercising on how to respond to an emergency. Response includes coordinating activities and resources as the emergency is evolving. Recovery includes assisting the local jurisdiction to return to a normal lifestyle. Mitigation includes ways to reduce or eliminate loss if the same event occurs again.

For disaster preparedness information visit the New Jersey State Office of Emergency Management.

For the Monmouth County Hazard Mitigation Planning visit the Monmouth County Office of Emergency Management.

C.E.R.T.  (form)

»C.E.R.T. Trailer Presentation 

The Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) program helps train people to be better prepared to respond to emergency situations in their communities.  When emergencies happen, CERT members can give critical support to first responders, provide immediate assistance to victims, and organize spontaneous volunteers at a disaster site.  C.E.R.T. members can also help with non-emergency projects that help improve the safety of the community.  CERT is a nationwide initiative.

Role of CERTS in An Emergency
CERTS have been used to:

  • Search for lost or kidnapped children
  • Staff Emergency Operations Centers and monitor events
  • Emergency Operations Center security; driving, information, assisting disabled visitors and minor first aid
  • Manage "spontaneous/convergent" volunteers
  • Assist Red Cross and other relief organizations on mass care

How Can I Join?

To become a CERT member you must be at least 18 years of age.

If you want to volunteer your services and become trained to protect yourself and families from disaster; natural or man-made become a CERT member.  Please submit yourApplication Form to the C.E.R.T. Coordinator.

For more information, please contact us.