The Township of East Brunswick Police Department looks forward to accepting your online report. Not all crimes and incidents can be reported online and this service is not intended to discourage you from requesting a response to your home or business to file a report.
Call the Township of East Brunswick Police Department at 732-390-6900, if the incident you wish to report does not meet the criteria for online reporting, or if you prefer an Officer respond to your home or business within the Township. A report can also be made in person at Police Headquarters located at 1 Civic Center Drive, East Brunswick, NJ 08816.
Complete the below fields if you are responsible for reporting this incident for your employer, government agency, or your own business.
Provide contact information for any additional person(s) involved in the incident.
Complete the below fields for any incident involving a stolen item(s).
Complete the below fields for any incident involving a motor vehicle.
If you are unsure of the specific date and/or time of the incident please provide a start and end date and time. Otherwise, only complete the first incident date and time fields.
A valid address within the Township of East Brunswick must be entered below. If the incident occurred outside of the Township of East Brunswick, it must be reported to the local law enforcement agency where the incident occurred. Reports may be rejected if an invalid address is provided or the incident occurred in another jurisdiction.
Incident location must be located in East Brunswick, NJ.
Police reports should contain accurate, detailed, and informative information about a crime or incident.
Effective police reports should always answer the questions who, what, where, when, how, and why.
If any of these six questions cannot be answered, the report should contain as much information as possible.
Reports that do not contain accurate, detailed, and informative information will be rejected.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) the information you are providing is not urgent or requiring prompt or immediate attention, and you understand that you should call 911 or contact the appropriate authorities by phone if this is time sensitive information, and 2) making a false report to law enforcement or other organizations which deal with emergencies involving danger to life or property is a serious offense and may be punishable by law.
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