Online Reporting

Welcome to the East Brunswick Police Department's Online Reporting System. Our goal is to provide citizens with a convenient method for immediately reporting minor incidents to the East Brunswick Police Department. The process is quick and easy - simply fill out the forms on your computer or mobile device, verify the information is accurate, and submit it for review.

If the incident you wish to report is an emergency, a crime in progress, or requires an immediate police response, please do not submit an online report and dial 9-1-1. All non-emergency incidents not eligible for Online Reporting must be reported by calling the non-emergency number at 732-390-6900.

To be eligible to file an Online Incident Report, ALL of the following MUST BE TRUE:

  • NOT an emergency or crime in progress
  • Does NOT require immediate police involvement
  • Occurred within the Township of East Brunswick
  • You are at least (18) years of age
  • NOT a Domestic Violence offense (physical, emotional, or verbal abuse / violation of court issued protective order)
  • NOT a crime involving a weapon
  • Does NOT involve significant property loss
  • Does NOT involve loss or theft of firearms, weapons, prescription medication or narcotics
  • There is NO physical evidence to be collected (including surveillance video)
  • NOT a violent crime (personal assault, kidnapping, robbery)
  • NOT a bias incident or hate crime
  • NOT a sex crime (rape or sexual assault)
  • NOT a stolen motor vehicle or lost/stolen license plate
  • NOT an assault resulting in serious injuries (requires hospitalization or medical treatment)
  • NOT a traffic crash or accident

The East Brunswick Police Department ACCEPTS Online Incident Reports concerning the following matters:

Incident Type
Bad ChecksPassing a check that one knows will not be honored due to lack of funds or forged signature. 
Credit Card Theft
Taking another person's credit card or using their credit card to make purchases that they are not authorized to do.
Custody Dispute
Violation of a legal court document or parental agreement for parenting time.
Cyber Harassment
Makes communication in an online capacity with the purpose to harass another, the person: (1) threatens to inflict injury or physical harm to any person/property of the person; (2) knowingly sends, posts, comments, requests, suggests, or proposes any lewd, indecent, or obscene material to or about a person with the intent to emotionally harm a reasonable person or place a reasonable person in fear of physical or emotional harm to his person; or (3) threatens to commit any crime against the person or the person's property.
Civil Dispute
Verbal disputes involving customers and employees, neighbors, and landlord/tenants.
Embezzlement under $1,000
Theft or misappropriation of money or property belonging to one's employer.
Follow-up Report
For submitting additional information to a previously reported incident.
FraudUsing deception to gain financial or personal gain.
Alarming conduct or repeated acts with the purpose of causing alarm or seriously annoying another person.
Identity TheftObtaining someone's personal identifying information and using it to obtain credit, goods, or services.
Illegal DumpingIllegally depositing debris on private or township property or in a private dumpster without permission.
Lost PropertyProperty that is missing or lost and is not suspected of having been taken by someone.
Property DamageAccidental or unintentional damage to private property.
Shoplifting under $1,000Taking goods from an establishment that are displayed for sale without paying for them. 
Simple AssaultStriking or hitting another person and causing minor injuries such as complaint of pain, bruising, etc.
Suspicious Activity/IncidentAn incident, event, individual, or activity that seems unusual or out of place.
Traffic ComplaintObserved traffic violations or hazardous roadway conditions.
Theft Under $1,000Property suspected to be stolen or taken without permission by another individual.
Vandalism (Criminal Mischief)The act of intentionally changing, modifying, or defacing public or private property.

AFTER submitting your Online Incident Report:

  •  You will receive an email confirmation that your report was received.
  • Once submitted, your report will be reviewed, and you will only be contacted if there is a problem with your report or if more information is needed. If your report is NOT eligible for Online Incident Reporting, it will be rejected.
  • Your report may be assigned to an officer or detective for follow-up based on investigative leads and the severity of the incident. Unfortunately, most reported cases are closed without further action being taken. If a follow-up is required, you may be contacted upon receipt of your report or within 3-5 business days thereafter.
  • Once your report has been approved, you will be notified of the assigned department case number. An official copy of your report will be available to you during business hours at the Police Records Bureau.

To report a crash or accident that was not investigated by the East Brunswick Police Department, visit the Accident Reports web page.

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.

To continue filing an Online Report, you are acknowledging to have read the above information and believe this incident to be eligible for online reporting.

Begin the Online Incident Report