Hours of operation :
Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed on holidays
(based on staffing- please call ahead)
(732) 892-0500 Ext. 113
Copies of Police reports are available as follows:
Click here to obtain your accident report online.
Please note that it takes 7-10 business days for an accident report to be completed. If you cannot find your accident report online, please contact the Records Bureau.
The Records Bureau hours are Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm (except holidays). Please call beforehand to make sure the report is complete.
Send written request. You must include the date and location of the incident as well as the name(s) of the person involved. Include a check or money order for $5.00 payable to the "Borough of Point Pleasant Beach" with a self-addressed, stamped envelope. NO reports will be sent via Fax.
Requests made through attorney only. Discovery packet will be prepared and statement faxed to attorney advising of total fee for same. Once payment is received, discovery packet will be mailed.
Applications for Temporary Placards:
The application for a Temporary Placard can be picked up, mailed or emailed to you or be printed by the form below under forms. Applications must be signed by a medical doctor, podiatrist, or chiropractor and returned to the Records Bureau with a check made payable to “NJ Motor Vehicle Commission” in the amount of $4.00. These temporary permits will be issued only when necessary and when the applicant’s physical condition is not considered permanent. The permit expires six (6) months from issue date and may be extended an additional six (6) months. Permanent Placards can be obtained through NJ Division of Motor Vehicle.
Note: Portions of the report may be “redacted” (blacked out) by law. The information redacted is sensitive information concerning involved parties, such as social security numbers, dates of birth, and in some cases driver’s license numbers. ALL juvenile information (including names) will be redacted from reports as well.
FIREARMS APPLICATIONS AND PERMITS
For answers to frequently asked questions regarding firearms in the State of New Jersey, log onto:
**Falsification of information on any of the applications for firearms permits is a violation of N.J.S 2C:39-10C and is a crime of the third degree. Any falsification may result in criminal charges against you.**