Glen Ridge

GRPD Professional Standards

The Internal Affairs Division is made up of Lt. Faranda, Lt. Gnardellis and D/Sgt. Manley.  The unit is responsible for processing complaints  of Officer misconduct, conducting random drug testing and monitoring the Early Warning System for officer conduct. The Internal Affairs unit also monitors and reports to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office any Brady and Giglio violations which would result from untruthfulness.

The Glen Ridge Police Department accepts and investigates all complaints of department and employee alleged misconduct or wrongdoing from any citizen, department employee or any other source, including anonymous sources. 

To reach out to an Internal Affairs Officer you may contact:

  • Lt Timothy Faranda – 973-748-5400 x 117
  • Lt. Dean Gnardellis – 973-748-5400 x 113
  • D/Sgt. Daniel Manley – 973-748-5400 x 115

If you feel that at any time a member of the Glen Ridge Police Department acted improperly, you may contact an internal affairs investigator to bring the matter to our attention.   You may also e-mail the internal affairs investigators of the Glen Ridge Police Department at  

Click Here to access the GRPD Internal Affairs Complaint Form and/or Information Sheet - available in 11 languages.

Related Links:

Law Enforcement Drug Testing Policy

Early Warning Monitoring System Policy

GRPD Annual Reports 

Internal Affairs Policy