Welcome to the Police Records page of our website. The answers to many questions regarding all types of police reports and forms can be found here. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the following information and if you have any questions you may contact Susan Colucci.
Accident reports are available no sooner than three business days after the date of the incident. Any delay beyond that time frame may be due to an individual officer’s schedule or the volume of reports at that time. Requests for information contained in an unfinished report cannot be accommodated. Accident reports cannot be faxed. Your available options to obtain an accident report are as follows.
Reports are available to be obtained in person 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The records administrator will assist you during normal business hours and the police dispatcher will be able to help you at all other times. The fee for accident report copies picked up in person is $0.75 per page, payable by cash, check or money order.
NJSA 39:4-206 allows the Chief of Police to issue a temporary handicapped parking placard that is valid for a maximum of 6 months. These placards are issued subject to the following stipulations:
By law, the applicant must be a resident of this municipality.
The applicant must have temporarily lost the use of one or more limbs or is temporarily disabled as to be unable to ambulate without the aid of an assisting device or be a person whose mobility is otherwise temporarily limited.
By law, the Chief of Police is not empowered to issue a temporary handicapped placard to a person who is permanently handicapped.
Temporary handicap parking placard applications are available from the Police Desk.
The fee for the placard is $4 if paid by check or money order payable to NJMVC.
Information from the police department needed by defendants and/or their attorneys is available through discovery. New Jersey Court Rules 7:7-7 and 3:13-3 state that all requests for discovery shall be submitted, in writing, directly to the municipal prosecutor.
The prosecutor must respond to such requests within 10 days of their receipt. Discovery requests may be mailed or faxed to:
Pequannock Township Municipal Court Nicholas A. Galante, Esqurie 530 Newark-Pompton Turnpike Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
Civilian Carry Assessment: This live-range training replaces the Permit to Carry Safe Handling and Proficiency Qualification protocol (HQC2-modified) issued on July 21, 2023, and is the required range component pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C:58-4(g)
We are linking you to the New Jersey State Police Website for all forms as they may occasionally update, add or change forms. While we always strive to keep our list of forms and links above updated, NJSP may make changes to the process or forms at any time. Please always check their website for the most up-to-date links and literature.
Firearms & Permits Applications
The Pequannock Township Police Department will no longer accept firearms applications in person. All firearms applications must be submitted electronically through the State of New Jersey Firearms Application & Registration System (FARS).
The following website will allow an applicant to apply for the Initial and Duplicate Firearms Purchaser Identification Cards and Permits to Purchase a Handgun.
Paper firearm applications will still be accepted prior to March 1, 2020. However, you can begin applying via the online option immediately.
Information regarding the issuance of Firearms Identification Cards, Duplicate Firearms Identification Cards and Permits to Purchase a Handgun are available at the police desk or online at the New Jersey State Police website.