Online Reporting System

Information on The Passing of Legislation Legalizing Marijuana

There are a few things you should know about the recent passing of legislation in New Jersey that will ultimately provide for legalized marijuana. The first and most important, is that Marijuana is still ILLEGAL! At least until January 1, 2021!!! Do not think that just because the vote passed, that it is legal just yet. Governor Murphy has created a group to come up with the rules that will have to be followed before marijuana can be legally sold in NJ. Until then, it is still illegal!

 

Welcome to the Scotch Plains Police Department Desk Officer Reporting System (DORS) Online Reporting.

 

**If this is an Emergency please call 911**.

 

Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free. Please confirm the following to find out if online citizen police report filing is right for you:

  • This is not an Emergency?
  • This incident occurred within the Scotch Plains Police Department Township limits?
  • There are No Known suspects?
  • This did not occur on a State Highway?
If you answered yes to all of the above questions, you are ready to file your report online. Please make sure to turn off your pop-up blocking software before filing the report. If you answered no to any of the questions please look at our Online Citizen Police Report Frequently Asked Questions section (use download section below, Online Reporting Frequently Asked Questions, hyperlink no working).

Upon completion of this report process you will:

  • See the words: "Your online police report has been submitted" showing that your police report is complete.
  • Be given a police report incident number.
  • Be able to print a copy of the police report to keep for your records.
Please Note:
  • All incidents filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting System will be reviewed.
  • Upon review, if further investigation of your incident is needed, you may be contacted.
  • Filing a false police report is a crime.

Using the Scotch Plains Police Department Police Online Citizen Reporting System you can report the incidents such as:

Property Damage, Lost Property, Telephone Harassment, and Thefts

Please be sure to review the entire list with definitions and examples on the following page. Please click on "Select Incident" to begin.

If your incident is not listed in the category selection list, please call the Scotch Plains Police Department (emergency 9-1-1; non-emergency 908-322-7100) to file your report.

 

Click on 'DORS Online Reporting System / Select Incident' below to file a non-emergency report.

 

 

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Download
SPPD DORS On Line Reporting Power Point for the Public
This Power Point will give you a brief overview of how the new Desk Officer Reporting System (DORS) works and what you will need to do to file a report on line.
**You will have to click on your mouse to advance to the next slide during the presentation.
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Microsoft Power Point Presentation 973.7 KB
Download
FAQ Online Reporting
Online Police Reporting Frequently Asked
Adobe Acrobat Document 180.9 KB

Covid-19 Second Wave is Here!

Executive Order 194 (for the full order, click on link below in Executive Orders section).

  • All restaurants, bars, clubs and lounges must close indoors between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. (this includes casinos, however, gaming operations may continue around the clock)
  • Outdoor dining, takeout or delivery services may continue past 10 p.m.
  • All bar-side seating will be prohibited at all hours
  • Restaurants are allowed to place tables closer than six feet only if barriers are in place
  • Individual fully enclosed dining bubbles are allowed for outside-use only (limited to one group of diners each and must be sanitized after use)

Executive Orders during Covid-19

Governor Murphy's Executive Orders

 Please visit the following site for a list of all of the Executive Orders issued by Gov. Murphy:

https://nj.gov/infobank/eo/056murphy/approved/eo_archive.html 

Chief of Police- Theodore D. Conley

Promoted to Chief of Police July 1, 2016
Chief- Theodore D. Conley

Being promoted to the rank of Chief of Police of the Scotch Plains Police Department was one of the most humbling accomplishments in my career. It is truly a pleasure working with the men and women of the Scotch Plains Police Department, I have never met a group of more committed individuals who take the safety and security of the citizens and visitors to our Township more than them. We strive on a daily basis to make everyone feel comfortable in their daily lives while at the same time letting them know that we are constantly on guard protecting them and their families as if they were our own.

 

Please contact the Chief's Administrative Assistant if you have any questions or concerns that you have for Chief Conley or another matter that concerns the Administrative Division, she can be reached at (908) 322-7100 x102.


 

“To deliver effective police services through the deployment of dedicated, ethical officers who are provided with sufficient guidance and discipline, and to balance the responsibility of protection and enforcement with the limits necessarily placed upon policing in a free society.”   

 

Currently the Department currently has (48) sworn law enforcement officers and (4) civilian personnel and has several divisions that handle the wide variety of services it provides.

 

Accreditation

The Scotch Plains Police Department has achieved the: Police Agency Re-Accreditation Status, from the NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police as of October 10, 2019. We are very proud of this honor and look forward to receiving our certificate soon. 

Only about one-third of the law enforcement departments in the State of New Jersey have achieved the status of accreditation, which gets renewed every three years.

Body Cameras

The Scotch Plains Police Department has deployed body-worn cameras to its patrol officers. The public should be aware that anything said to an officer equipped with a Body Worn Camera (BWC) could be recorded.   

 

The audio and video of the police-civilian encounter will be accessible for future law enforcement use in accordance with the provisions of the State Attorney General Directive 2015-1 regarding the use of BWCs.

 




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