Police reports are generally available SEVEN (7) TO TEN (10) business days after the report is taken. Requests to receive police reports must be made in writing to the Glen Rock Police Records Bureau at police headquarters. The Records Bureau is open on the following times:
Monday 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
No administrative services are available outside of these hours.
The Records Bureau is closed on Sundays and Holidays.
Reports must be picked-up in person or obtained via U.S. Mail. Not all police reports are public record and we reserve the right to withhold those reports which are not.
MV Accident Reports (except for fatal or serious accidents) will ordinarily be provided at the time of your request. Other reports, which involve sensitive or restricted information, may not be available for up to seven (7) days following your request. If your request is denied, you will be notified in writing.
The fee for in-person requests is $.05 per page, however all fees under $1.00 (19 pages or less) will be waived. To receive a report by mail, send a self addressed, stamped envelope and written request [see link below] with a copy of your drivers license or other photo ID to: Glen Rock Police Records Bureau, 1 Harding Plaza, Glen Rock, NJ. 07452. For further information call 201-670-3942.
COPIES OF REPORTS WILL NOT BE SENT BY FAX OR E-MAIL
Glen Rock Police now allows online access to motor vehicle accident reports 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- All requests for discovery in traffic and non-indictable matters pending in the Glen Rock Municipal Court shall be submitted through the Municipal Prosecutor.
- All requests for discovery in both adult criminal matters and juvenile delinquency matters pending in Superior Court shall be submitted to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. All reports will be compiled and you will be contacted for the cost associated with such a request.
- All requests for discovery in civil matters will be accepted by the police Records Bureau when submitted on attorney letterhead providing notice of representation of an involved party along with a detailed description of the documents sought. All reports will be compiled and you will be contacted for the cost associated with such a request.
If the matter in question involves an ongoing criminal or juvenile delinquency matter, which has not be adjudicated in a court of law, all requests for police reports must be submitted to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.
NOTE: NO DISCOVERY WILL BE PROVIDED ON DAY OF COURT APPEARANCE.