Lawyer for the Monmouth County Family Court – Juvenile Cases
Having your child accused of a crime can be an overwhelming event. The fact that the process is more formal for juveniles who are charged the same offense that would only require an adult to go to municipal court does not make things any easier. If your child has been arrested or charged with delinquency, give my office a call. We can explain the process to you in detail and advise you on the best course of action.
Interlaken Criminal Division
As of 2010 the Interlaken Police Department included six full-time police officers. That same year the entire police department was fired. Presently, a new staff is headed by Chief of Police, Stephen R. Carasia . The New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Unit reported eleven main crimes, two of which were burglaries. There were not any cases of domestic violence or police force reported.
The Interlaken Municipal Court is located in the Borough Hall at 100 Grassmere Ave. Interlaken, New Jersey 07712. The Honorable Judge George Cieri holds evening court sessions on the fourth Tuesday of each month. The court administrator is Patricia Weaver. The court’s phone number is (732) 531-7405 and the office is open Mondays and Tuesdays from 1:30 until 4:30 pm and Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00am until 12:00pm.
Interlaken Town Info
Interlaken is a borough located in Monmouth County, New Jersey. The borough received its name from the Interlaken Land Company that was run by a Dr. Francis Weld in 1890. Dr. Weld named his tractor in the farm Interlaken after a town in the Swiss Alps, he frequented. The land was passed on to the developers, Stormfelz-Lovely-Neville Company in 1905 who kept the name when the borough was formally created from sections of Ocean Township in 1922.
Interlaken remains to be a very small and peaceful community, only .3 square miles, with a low population density of 820 as of the 2010 United States Census Report. The area is entirely residential without any businesses what so ever and has about 400 dwellings. It is bordered by Deal Lake and extremely close to the popular beach towns, such as Asbury Park and Long Branch, but far away enough to remain quiet during the busy summer months at the Jersey Shore. The borough hosts many annual activities such as picnics, parades, and sports games, including tennis matches.
Almost 99 percent of the community is White. The chief heritages of people who reside in Interlaken are mostly Irish and Italian. About fifteen percent of the population is German, thirteen percent is English, almost eight percent is Polish and just over one percent of the community is Hispanic or Latino.
Interlaken does not have it’s own school system. Residents in grades kindergarten through eighth may attend schools in the Asbury Park district or the West Long Branch school district. For high school, grades nine through twelve, they can attend the Shore Regional High School, which also serves neighboring towns such as Monmouth Beach, Oceanport, Sea Bright, and West Long Branch. The Academy Charter High School is another public school option where students are accepted o a lottery basis along with kids from Allenhurst, Asbury Park, Avon-by-the-Sea, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Lake Como, and Deal.
Educational data from 2010 states that seventeen percent of Interlaken residents age 25 and over did not graduate high school. About one third of the community received a bachelor’s degree. Approximately twenty one percent received an associate’s degree or completed some college. Almost twenty three percent obtained a graduate degree.