Posted: Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Chief Guy Armour
641 Plainsboro Road
Plainsboro , NJ 08536
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Plainsboro – The Plainsboro Township Police Department has initiated a citizen online police reporting system which will open to the public on October 2, 2013. This web-based system will allow the public to file reports on a variety of incidents from their home or office, eliminating the need to call an officer or visit the police department. Online reports can be filed for lost property, damaged property, theft, identity theft, vandalism and traffic complaints. The traditional approach of filing reports directly with a police officer is still available to those who would prefer not to use the online system.
The public will be able to go online at the Plainsboro Township website and file a report. They will then be able to print out a temporary copy of the report and submit it to the police department. All reports will be reviewed by police personnel and once they are approved, an e-mail with a copy of the official report will be sent at no cost to the public. Approved reports will then transfer into the police department’s system for follow-up.
“This web-based reporting option will allow officers additional time to address community needs while keeping pace with the public’s expectations for police services”, stated Deputy Mayor Neil Lewis.
To file an online report click here.