Requests for Discovery or OPRA (Open Public Records Act) must always be made in writing. Although most records are able to be released, agencies are required to maintain a dissemination log as well as record of certain reimbursements associated with such requests. It is important to understand which request you need to make.For more information regarding the difference between a Discovery Request and an OPRA request, please view this document prepared by the New Jersey Government Records Council:
Report suspicious activity with a potential connection to terrorism to the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Counterterrorism Watch Unit at the New Jersey Regional Operations Intelligence Center.
Call in an Anonymous Tip: 1-866-4-SAFE-NJ (866-472-3365)
Open Public Records Act Request. Brief explanation of what this form is. Requirements for filling it out and who to send it to.
You must report within 10 days any accident occurring in NJ State resulting in injury to or death of any person, or damage to property of any one person in excess of five hundred dollars ($500).
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