Police Clerical Bureau

Police Administration Clerical Bureau

The personnel assigned to the clerical staff provide support to all sworn personnel in the units, bureaus and divisions within the department. The clerical staff has a variety of responsibilities throughout the department, including handling the police department’s budgetary items and processing firearms applications. The clerical staff also play a very large part in our community based programs such as National Night Out, Child ID and Safety Day, and the Senior Reassurance Program, to name a few. Our Records Bureau is responsible for all requests made by the public for copies of reports or documents associated with the case files. This includes requests by attorneys for discovery on criminal and civil cases. Members of the clerical staff are also responsible for the issuing of handicap parking permits. They handle all discovery requests for any summons written on South Brunswick Township ordinances that are heard in our Municipal Court, including Health Department, Fire Prevention and Animal Control. All discovery requests for summonses written by the State Police and heard in the South Brunswick Municipal Court, including DWI, are provided by the Records Bureau. All requests for motor vehicle crash reports are processed by the Records Bureau.

The following personnel can be reached directly by calling 732-329-4000 and their extensions:

Police Administration

Virginia Phillips – Administrative Assistant 7461
Luisa Matticoli – Accountant 7477

Traffic Services Bureau

Leah Haas – Clerical Support 7472

Support Services Division

Jaqueline Siemon – Clerical Support 7417

Quasi Duty Registration

Jaqueline Siemon – Clerical Support 7417

Investigations Bureau

Lorena Pyne – Investigative Secretary 7496
Amber Redfield – Investigative Secretary 7469

Records Bureau

Alessandra Villano – Information Management Supervisor 7409

You can also reach Records Bureau by calling (732)823-3970 or by email at PDREC@SBPDNJ.net

Alarm Registration

Leah Haas – Clerical Support 7480

Fax Numbers

Police Administration (732)329-4604
Records Bureau (732)274-2342
Investigations Squad A (732)438-0641
Investigations Squad B (732)329-8627
Support Services Division (732)329-8274

Community Services/Traffic (732)823-3964

Pursuant to the Open Public Records Act (OPRA) a Records Request Form is available and may be downloaded below. Some records will be immediately available during normal business hours, and some records which require time to compile and to make the copies requested should be available within seven (7) business days.

Questions and Answers

The Records Bureau is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 A.M. until 4:30 P.M.
We are closed on most holidays.
We are located on the first floor of the Police wing of the Municipal Building.
The Municipal Building is on the corner of Kingston Lane and the new extension of Route 522. The address is 540 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction, N.J. 08852
All reports taken by a police officer, and those reported online.
To obtain a copy of a releasable police report, you may either request a copy by email, with proper ID, at pdrec@sbpdnj.net or come to Police Headquarters during regular business hours, 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM For any questions, please call (732)823-3970.
There are 3 ways to obtain a Motor Vehicle Crash report:
1.Visit https://buycrash.lexisnexisrisk.com/   
There will be an $8 fee.
Please enter State, Jurisdiction and only ONE of the following:
Report Number as follows I-2022-xxxxxx
Last Name and Date of Accident
Last Name and Location of Accident
2. Arrive in person to the South Brunswick Police Records Window at 540 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction
There will be a 5 cents per page fee.
3. Make a request to us by mailing a $5 check made out to South Brunswick Township Please provide us with the case number, your name, address and phone number, mail to:
South Brunswick Police Department Records Bureau
540 Ridge Road, Monmouth Jct., NJ 08852
An act concerning public access to government records, amending and supplementing C47:1A-1, amending P.L. 1995 and P.L. 1998 establishing privacy study commission and making an appropriation for the expense thereof, and repealing parts of the statutory law. For further information on the Government Record Council and O.P.R.A. go to www.nj.gov/grc/
You can obtain a records check by bringing photo identification to the Records Bureau Monday through Friday, 8:30 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. You must complete a Criminal History Request Form if you need a letter of good conduct or a criminal history check. The letter is usually done while you wait. Please note that we do not accept electronic payment methods.
You can pick up a form at the Records Bureau or print the form here. If you have a doctor’s note and a check for $4 written out to “N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission”, we will issue the placard at that time. If you do not have a note from you doctor you can take the form to the doctor and have him complete the form, you will need to bring the form back to the Records Bureau during normal business hours (8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.) and a placard will be issued while you wait.
Permanent handicap parking applications can also be obtained from the Records Bureau, but YOU must complete the form and mail it to N.J. Division of Motor Vehicle. We do not issue permanent placards.
All of the forms needed to obtain a Firearms Handgun Purchase Permit, Firearms ID Card and/or a Permit to Carry ID can be found under Police Forms, or at this link. For any other questions, please contact the Detective Bureau at 732-329-4000 x7496
All written request for discovery should be sent to South Brunswick Police, 540 Ridge Road Monmouth Junction N.J. 08852, ATT: Records Bureau. You can also fax your request to (732)274-2342, or send via email to PDREC@SBPDNJ.net
The Municipal Court handles all traffic summonses. You can contact South Brunswick Municipal Court at 732-329-4000 x7428
All warrant information is obtained through either the Municipal Court, during normal business hours (8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.), or the police department’s Station Officer at 732-329-4646.
Any resident who has been issued fingerprint cards from an employer or agency can come to the police department Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm to be fingerprinted. There is a $10 fee for this service. Please note that we do not accept electronic payment methods. All other residents requiring fingerprinting that do not have hard copy fingerprint cards should go to Identigo at http://www.identogo.com/FP/NewJersey.aspx.

Police Dept.

Raymond J. Hayducka
540 Ridge Road
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

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