Parking Snow Ban
Due to current weather conditions, we are not accepting vehicles to be entered into our overnight parking database.
Please check back soon to submit your vehicle for future dates.
Before proceeding, please confirm that your incident fits into one of the following categories.
Anonymous Tips - Example: Anonymously report suspicious activity, theft, drug activity, or other criminal behaviors.
Custody Order Violation - Example: A parent did not return a child at a specified time, per a child custody order.
Damaged Property - Accidental or Natural Causes - Example: A tree limb falling onto a parked car during a storm.
Harassing Phone Call - Example: Immediate hang-ups, obscene language, etc. with no known suspects.
Identity Theft - Example: Unknown person obtains a credit card or some other goods or service by use of your personal information (such as: name, Social Security number, date of birth, etc.).
Lost Property - Example: Personal items that are missing with no indication they were stolen, i.e. left at a restaurant or other public place. Often insurance companies or third parties request a report number.
Retail Crimes - Example: Commercial retailers reporting past tense incidents of shoplifting, internal theft or credit card fraud
Theft - Example: Items stolen from your yard, driveway, porch or other common shared areas, such as garages or laundry facilities of apartment complexes. The theft cannot have occurred as a result of a break-in to your home, business or vehicle.
Traffic Complaint - Example: Observed speeding in a specific area at specific times of the day or night if no immediate danger exists.
Vacation Security Check - Example: When you are going to be away from your home for multiple days, complete this form so we can check on your property and we will know how to reach you in an emergency.
Vandalism - Example: Mailbox maliciously damaged; broken windows; defacement of public or private property, Having eggs, shaving cream or toilet paper thrown at house or property. No permanent damage to any property.
Vehicle Vandalism - Example: "Keying" a car's paint finish; defacement of a vehicle, Having eggs, shaving cream or toilet paper thrown at vehicle. No permanent damage to a vehicle.
Online reports are considered "matter of records" only.
Please note: Filing a false police report is a crime. Any person who gives or causes to be given false information to any law enforcement officer, with respect to the commission of any crime or incident, is guilty of a fourth degree crime under the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice (2C:28-4). Fourth degree crimes are punishable by a fine of not more than $1,000.00, or by imprisonment for not more than 18 months, or both.
Please select the key holder entry screen that best fits your location.
As a resident, you have the ability to request your own entries that will be directed right to
your Law Enforcement Agency. Simply choose the selection below and fill out a form for your