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Contact Information

Administration Section Commander:
Captain Joseph Baccola

Records Bureau:
Lieutenant Michael Viggiani

Secaucus Police Department
1203 Paterson Plank Road, 1st Floor
Secaucus, NJ 07094-3287

Phone: (201) 330-2050




File a Request

Accident reports are available through

Crash Docs
Lexis Nexis


Lost Property Report

If you wish to file an Open Public Records Act (OPRA) Request, complete the below form and deliver it to the Town Clerk’s Office located on the 2nd of Secaucus Town Hall (1203 Paterson Plank Road).  

OPRA Request


lexis nexus report

About the Bureau:

It is the responsibility of the Records Bureau to classify reports, maintain an information database, submit reports to State and Federal Agencies, answer requests for Discovery, process firearm and other applications as well as other administrative functions. If you wish to obtain a copy of your Police Report you may do so through the Secaucus Police Department Records Bureau. Once the report is taken, a copy of the report is usually available after three (3) working days. A copy of accident reports is usually available after three (3) working days. All other Police reports may require a review by the Municipal Prosecutor which may take up to seven (7) to ten (10) days. Records Bureau hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday open until 7:00 pm. The Records Bureau is located in the lobby of Police Headquarters (1203 Paterson Plank Road).  For questions relating to records or discovery requests call (201) 330 – 2050.


Black and White letter Size is .05 per page, Color Letter Size .15 per page, Black and White Legal Size is .07 per page, Color Legal Size is .17 per page.  If mailed up to 100 pages, add $7.00 service/mailing fee and over 100  pages add $10.00 service/mailing fee.  Police Accident Reports are .05 per page.  There is an additional fee when the request is not made in person of $5.00 service/mailing fee, as provided by N.J.S.A. 39:4-131.  

Public Information:

It is the policy of the Secaucus Police Department to ensure that the release of information to the public and the media is carefully coordinated and controlled to avoid confusion and to promote the department in a positive manner.  The Public Information Officer prepares and distributes news releases from the department.  Responsibilities of the Public Information Officer include the following:  preparing and distributing daily, weekly and special news releases; assisting media coverage of “routine” and “emergency” situations; arranging and assisting at media briefings; coordinating the release of information regarding confidential investigations and operations.