Ocean County Special Needs Registry:

The Point Pleasant Beach Police Department is participating in the Ocean County Special Needs Registry Program. Refer to the flyer and website listed below for details. Any questions in regards to the program can be directed to Lt.  Clint Daniel at 732-892-0500 ext.160 or email him at cdaniel@pointbeach.org.

Through the website, which can be found at www.OCSNRNJ.com, Ocean County residents will be able to register themselves or any family members living in their home who may have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities due to a physical and/or intellectual disability. The registry will provide first responders with vital information regarding a registrant’s special needs, emergency contact information, physical description, and current photograph. Information provided through registration is confidential and will only be shared with law enforcement and first responders during an emergency or for the purpose of planning an emergency response.

Each registrant will be provided with two window decals that can be placed on the front entrance of the registrant’s residence as well as on the window of any vehicle in which they regularly travel. The presence of the OCSNR decal signifies to first responders that someone in the residence or vehicle has some degree of special need and that they should respond accordingly. The use of the decals is voluntary.

The Ocean County Special Needs Registry is a collaborative effort between the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office and the Ocean County Police Chiefs Association. Special thanks to the Ocean County Board of Commissioners and the Ocean County Office of Information and Technology for their collective assistance and support for this initiative.