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Cherry Hill Township, in conjunction with Camden County, will be switching to the the Swift911 Emergency Notification System on Jan. 1, 2016.
This system will allow local Public Safety officials to keep residents and visitors informed in the event of an emergency.
This system will allow the Township and our Public Safety officials to quickly and effectively alert residents to these situations via text, e-mail, voice messaging, social media. Users of the Swift911 Public Smartphone App will also receive push notifications when in an alert area.
Residents who were previously enrolled in the CodeRED Emergency Alert System will need to re-enroll in the Swift 911 system.
Click here to visit the Swift911 Registration page.
Once registered, you can log in at any time to update your contact information and add/remove yourself from available list subscriptions. The information you submit will only be used for emergency notification purposes.
While residential landlines have been automatically enrolled in the system, residents and employees who work within the Township will need to register their cell phones and mobile devices online.
Download the Mobile AppThe Swift911 Public mobile app is available as a free download for iOS, Android and Windows phones. You can download the mobile app through the App Store on your phone, or text Swift911 to 99538 to receive a download link.
Registration Help and Additional QuestionsResidents without Internet access or who need help signing up online can contact the Mayor's Office at (856) 488-7878, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and staff will take your information over the phone.
Residents with additional questions or concerns can contact Police Officer Kevin Seta, Cherry Hill Township Emergency Management Coordinator, at (856) 432-8836, or by e-mailing KSeta@cherryhillpolice.com.