The Fort Lee Police Department has numerous specialized units and programs. The officers involved in these specializations came from all different divisions within the department.
* The Emergency Services Unit (E.S.U.) is comprised of highly-trained officers who are equipped for high risk situations. Each day, one or more officers are assigned to the E.S.U. Response Vehicle where, aside from patrol duties, are on stand-by in case of an extreme emergency. Members of this unit range from all ranks and divisions.
*The department maintains an Honor Guard which is comprised of 18 Police Officers from various ranks and divisions who respond to special events. The police department has also assembled a Sports Team which consists of officers from all ranks who participate in various charity tournaments, such as basketball games, bicycle tours, and running challenges.
*One member of the Detective Bureau is also assigned to the Bergen County Computer Crimes Task Force. It is the responsibility of this detective to investigate all computer related crimes in the borough of Fort Lee and also throughout Bergen County. In addition, officers also teach I-Safe, an Internet safety class, to sixth-grade students, which teaches students how to identify predators who might attempt to contact them via the Internet as well as how to avoid being a target.
*The Child Safety Seat Program under the National Safe Kids campaign provides the residents of Fort Lee the opportunity to learn how to properly install their child's car seat. Select police officers are trained in car seat installation and will teach parents the correct way to place a seat in a vehicle. Due to the popularity of this program, it is open to Fort Lee residents.