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Communications and Records Division
The Communications and Records Division, under the supervision of Lt. Michael Spitzer, consists of a sergeant, an officer, six Communication Officers and two Record Clerks.

Records Bureau Communication Center







Press Releases

The Mount Olive Police have designated Officer Michael Russell as the department's Public Information Officer. Press releases are typically prepared daily Monday through Friday and can be viewed here.

Records Bureau

Reports may be picked up at the Mount Olive Police Records Bureau. Office hours are 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. Please allow five working days for reports to be processed.

Please click here to download an OPRA request form.

  • Criminal Reports (973) 691-0900 ext. 7507
  • Accident Reports (973) 691-0900 ext. 7508

  • Audio and Video Discovery Requests MOPDCommunicationDivision@mopd.org



  • The following fees have been established by local ordinance for copies of reports.

  • In Person- Copies- $0.05 per page
    CD/DVD- $1.25 each


  • By Mail- Delivery/postage fees additional depending upon delivery type



  • Communications Patch
    Communications

    Communications Officers, also known as dispatchers, are the people citizens speak with when calling the police department on 911 or for non-emergencies. They are a critical element in the successful delivery of services to the community. Communications Officers have a variety of responsibilities including:

    Answering phone calls to the police department.

    Dispatching officers to calls.

    Dispatching support units to calls; including but not limited to other divisions within the department, the volunteer fire department; volunteer first aid squad; Mobile Intensive Care Unit (MICU) and neighboring police jurisdictions.

    Computer data entries and information retrieval.
    Keeping officers apprised of information received over the radio, teletype or other means.


    This site designed and maintained by Lt. Craig Austenberg