Records

All Police reports may be obtained through our Records Department.

The Records Department is overseen by Susan Hewitson. The Records Department is open from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday (except holidays).

Police reports generated and prepared by officers are subjected to a review process. This process causes the release of records to be delayed. Anyone requesting a report should first call the Records Department to ascertain if the report is ready for release. The number to contact for this is 732-455-0114 (Susan Hewitson). 

Generally, you should expect that it will take five business days for your report to be available for release.

Any police report involving criminal conduct cannot be released as it is an investigatory record which is exempt from the Open Public Records Act (OPRA). Those police reports needed by victims for insurance purposes will have certain information omitted or redacted.

OPRA Request Form

Accident reports can be obtained multiple ways. 

  • Pick up at Police Headquarters
  • Request by email ([email protected])
  • By Phone (732-455-0114)
  • CrashDocs Link (Reports are available typically in 5-7 business days)

Accidents reports have to be reviewed and typically may not be available for five business days.  Fatal accident reports will not be available until the investigation has been completed. 

 

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