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Pemberton Township Police Department
500 Pemberton-Browns Mills Rd.
Pemberton, NJ 08068
Supervisor: Lt. Jonathan Glass #18112
Instructions for obtaining a police report
Police Records will need the following: your name, address, date and approximate time of the incident and case number, if available. Simply calling and asking for a report without the necessary information will require additional time to locate any one report. To expedite your request, please have the necessary information ready when you asked by a records clerk.
Charges for police reports are as follows:
- Paper copies are $0.05 per page for letter size
- Paper copies are $0.07 per page for legal size
- Video Tapes are $2.00 per tape
- Audio CDs are $0.75 per CD
Instructions for Firearm's Applicants
Information regarding NJ Firearms laws and forms can be found Here!
Once you have received an identifier number from the Police Records Department you can follow the link below to make an appointment for fingerprinting.
Sagem Morpho Fingerprint Appointments
Instructions for Handicapped Placards
Pick up forms from Police Records
Your physician must complete the application areas of the application
return the application to Police Records with a check or money order in the amount of $4.00 made payable to the division of motor vehicles
placards are good for six months from date of issue. Placards can be renewed for an additional six months. You must bring placard back to Police Records for the six month renewal. there is no charge or doctor's note for the renewal.
If you think you will require a handicapped placard for longer than one year, you should apply to the division of Motor Vehicles to obtain a permanent card since this process takes longer.
Information regarding the New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles Permanent Disability Placard application can be found Here!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I call the Police Records Room and request a Police Report?
A: Yes, contact Police Records at one of the contact numbers and give the person answering your name, phone number, address, date and time of the incident and Case Number, if possible.
Q: What are the hours of Police Records?
A: Police Records are open Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 4:30 PM, excluding holidays.