The Atlantic City Police Department is excited to announce the release of CrimeMapping.com. CrimeMapping.com will allow us to better inform residents and visitors to recent crime that occurs in Atlantic City. The website will allow the public to query a map of selected reported incidents.
The crime information will be obtained every 24 hours from our department’s Records Management System allowing the user to see a particular crime’s date, time, location, and incident number. This data is verified for accuracy and all address information is generalized by block in order to help ensure privacy is protected. While we attempt to provide accurate and up-to-date information, the data shown is preliminary and may change during an investigation.
The Crime Alert feature is one of the most popular of CrimeMapping.com. Citizens can register online to receive free e-mail updates whenever new crime activity occurs in a specified area. A person can register multiple times in order to learn about criminal activity near their residence, business, workplace or even their child’s school.
It should be noted that not all of the department’s calls for service will be able to be viewed. Only crimes that have completed a review and approval process are displayed. Cases under review are excluded from daily updates.
Our hope for this initiative is that residents throughout the city will join us in policing their neighborhood, that employees will assist us in keeping the area around their place of work safer, and that visitors will not buy into the perception of Atlantic City that isn’t a reality.
Anyone that witnesses a crime or has information related to one is urged to contact the police department immediately. In an emergency, please call 911. To provide non-emergency information, please call our non-emergency number at 609-347-5780 or anonymously text to tip411 (847411). Begin your text with ACPD.
The neighborhood surrounding Bella is now beginning its transformation!
The Atlantic City Tourism District set forth a Comprehensive Master Plan aimed to improve the city’s beaches, boardwalk, infrastructure, and the overall Atlantic City experience. A key feature of the Tourism District Comprehensive Master Plan is the development of the South Inlet and the Bella condominium neighborhood. The plan includes retail, commercial, and residential development and will provide the Bella residents access to even more shops, restaurants, and community spaces.
In late 2014 Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian announced a $35 million construction project to build a protective seawall on the city’s north shore. The program will include an extension of the Boardwalk to Gardner’s Basin. Twenty-two acres of Gardner’s Basin will also be transformed, according to the mayor, with restaurants and shops in an area the size of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Miles of world-class beaches just steps away from your home at Bella
Choose from a wealth of recreation and entertainment riches
Expect to find life in Atlantic City full of choices. Concerts and events, outdoor sports and adventure, world-class art, and dining are all within minutes from your home at Bella. Take time to explore and indulge in your passions, whether it’s playing golf, a leisurely visit to the lakeside Noyes Museum of Art, or deep-sea fishing with one of the many chartered boat excursions departing regularly from nearby docks. Of course you can always just walk or bike on Atlantic City’s world-famous 5.5 mile boardwalk.
If you are a golfer, take note: ForbesTaveler.com ranked Atlantic City among the “Top 10 Golf Cities in America” and the courses here get great ratings from Golf Digest, making them some of the best in the entire Northeast. The renowned Seaview Golf Club, Blue Heron Pines and many other fine courses will challenge and entertain the most avid golf enthusiast.
Everyone knows about Atlantic City’s top-flight casinos, but did you know about the fantastic Atlantic City Air Show? You can certainly enjoy a day at the beach sipping a cool drink and getting a tan, but how about horseback riding along the surf? Not in the mood for one of Atlantic City’s internationally acclaimed chefs to prepare tonight’s diner—how about a visit to the farmer’s market in City Center Park and being your own chef while enjoying the spectacular sunset from your Bella residence?
There’s so much to do. You are certain to find exploring Atlantic City a continuous and fun-filled pursuit.
Relax and explore at Absecon Lighthouse Park
Atlantic City plans to invest $6 million to transform a six-block area in Atlantic City’s South Inlet neighborhood. The investment celebrates the admired Absecon Lighthouse and creates a large park in its name between Atlantic and Pacific Avenue and extending from Rhode Island Boulevard to the waterfront.
Hungry for a new dining experience?
This town has some really great restaurants too!
OpenTable Top 10 Atlantic City Diners’ Choice Winners
2825 Atlantic Avenue / Atlantic City / 609-344-6913
1 Atlantic Ocean / Atlantic City / 609-674-0100
Steve & Cookie’s By the Bay
9700 Amherst Avenue / Margate City NJ / 609-823-1163
Seaview’s Main Dining Room
401 South New York Road / Galloway / 609-748-7625
Knife & Fork Inn
3600 Atlantic Avenue / Atlantic City / Phone: 609-344-1133
Peter Shields Inn
1301 Beach Avenue / Cape May / 609-884-9090
Dock’s Oyster House
2405 Atlantic Avenue / Atlantic City / 609-345-0092
Robert’s Steakhouse-Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
1000 Boardwalk / Atlantic City / 609-428-6505
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
2020 Atlantic Avenue / Atlantic City / 609-344-5833
322 Washington Street / Cape May / 609-884-9119