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Ewing Municipal Court
The Ewing Municipal Court is located at 2 Jake Garzio Dr., Ewing, NJ. Phone 609-883-2900. Sessions: Mondays at 5pm, Wednesdays at 8:30am and 1pm and Thursdays at 8:30 am. Judge: Hon. Roger T. Haley. County Prosecutor: Joseph L. Bocchini, Jr.
The Ewing Police Department currently has 81 sworn officers and a 4-member K-9 unit. It also employs 11 dispatchers and 7 civilian personnel. The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 974 major crimes in 2010. This results in a crime rate per 1,000 residents of 27.2 and a violent rate of 4.4. There were 2 murders, 5 rapes, 31 robberies, 119 assaults, 187 burglaries, 230 incidents of domestic violence, 2 bias crimes and 89 cases of police force.
Ewing – New Jersey
This area now known as Ewing was first settled by European colonists around 1699. It was part of Hopewell Township, and continued under that name until the City of Trenton was established in 1719. From 1719 until 1834, the area was named Trenton Township. In 1834, the name was changed and the community was incorporated as Ewing Township.
It is home to The College of New Jersey, the headquarters of New Jersey State Police and the N.J. Department of Transportation, the Jones Farm State Correction Institute, the Trenton Psychiatric Institute, and Trenton-Mercer Airport (KTTN), where N.J.’s weather observations are located.
The Census Bureau registers its area at 15.6 square miles, virtually all of it land. The population density is low. As of the 2010 Census, there were 35,790 inhabitants.
The most common ancestries are Italian (16.7%), Irish (15.4%), German (14.0%), English (10.1%), and Polish (8.7%). The racial and ethnic composition, as of the 2010 census, was 63.1% White, 27.6% African American (significantly above state average), 7.6% Hispanic or Latino, and 4.3% Asian.
Of the 12,551 households recounted in the 2000 census, 25.3% had minors living with them. About half (49.7%) were of married couples living together. Households composed of non-families and of individuals were 34.6% were and 27.7%.
The median age was 37 years at the time of the 2000 census. The age distribution was 18.0% under 18, 17.3% from 18 to 24, 26.8% from 25 to 44, 22.1% from 45 to 64, and 15.8% 65 or older.
As of the 2000 Census, the median family income was $67,618. Male median income was about 24% higher than that of females ($44,531 versus $35,844). The household income was $57,274 and the per capita income $24,268. Unofficial 2009 estimates place these at $70,461 and $30,857. Approximately 6.4% of the population was below the poverty line. The January 2011 cost of living index was 15.1% higher than the national average.
The highest education level attained by the population age 25 and over in 2010 shows that 12.46% had not completed high school versus 30.07% who had. Those with some college or an associate degree represented 37.09%. Individuals who completed a bachelor’s or graduate degree accounted for 31.41%.
The most common industries are health care and social assistance (19% females), educational services (18% females vs. 11% males), public administration (14% females vs. 12% males), and retail trade (13% males).