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The Records Division maintains all of the department's incident and arrest reports, as well as motor vehicle crash reports. The Records Bureau is currently staffed by a full time civilian Records Clerk and assisted by sworn personnel on an as needed basis.

Motor vehicle crash reports are generally available 3 to 5 business days after the report is made and police incident reports are generally available 5 to 10 business days after the date of the incident. You will need to provide the records clerk with the incident report number and/or your name, and the approximate date the report was made. It is recommended that you call our office to check the status of the report's availability before coming to headquarters.

For OPRA Requests, please fill out the OPRA Request Form, which can be downloaded by
Clicking Here, and submit it to the Records Division.

Crash Reports can be accessed online by
Clicking Here. You will need your crash report number in order to access your report.

The Records Bureau is located in the front lobby of police headquarters and is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., but is closed on all major holidays.

If you have any other questions concerning a police incident report or a motor vehicle crash report, you can contact the Records Division by phone at 973-402-9371 ext. 602 (Jennifer Crespo) or by email at records@boontonpolice.org