Internal affairs complaints may be submitted in person to any Roxbury Township Police officer at Roxbury Police Headquarters, 1715 Route 46, Ledgewood, New Jersey 07852 at any time. Alternatively, a complaint may be submitted electronically via email to Captain Sean Hefferon, the Internal Affairs Unit Supervisor, at email@example.com. If after making a complaint, you have questions or would like to add additional information, you may call the Roxbury Township Police Department Internal Affairs Unit, Captain Sean Hefferon at (973)448-2106.
All citizen complaints will be documented and investigated.
Complaints will be accepted in person, over the phone, in writing or through a third party.
Anonymous complaints, or from persons who wish their names to be in confidence, will be accepted for investigation.
Complaints will be accepted any time.
Complaints will be accepted regardless of the age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or immigration status of the complaining party.
CITIZENS COMPLAINT INFORMATION FORM
The members of the Roxbury Township Police Department are committed to providing law enforcement services that are fair, effective, and impartially applied. It is in the best interest of everyone that a complaint about the performance of an individual employee or the agency in general be resolved fairly and promptly. The Roxbury Township Police Department has formal procedures for investigating these complaints. These procedures ensure fairness while also protecting the rights of both citizens and employees.
Your complaint will be sent to either a superior or specially trained internal affairs officer who will conduct a thorough and objective investigation.
You will be asked to help in the investigation by giving a detailed statement about what happened or by providing other important information.
All complaints against employees or the agency in general are thoroughly investigated. You will be advised in writing of the outcome of the investigation.
If our investigation shows that a crime might have been committed, the county prosecutor will be notified. You might be asked to testify in court.
If our investigation results in an employee being charged with a violation of department rules, you might be asked to testify in a departmental hearing.
If our investigation shows that the complaint is unfounded or that the employee acted properly, the matter will be closed.
All disciplinary hearings shall be closed to the public, unless the defendant officer requests an open hearing.