Dear Allendale Borough,
If your municipality has a police civilian review board, or police citizen advisory board could you please provide a copy of the ordinance/resolution that formed the board and their by-laws.
Please provide this document via e-mail either as a pdf or if the information can be found on your website, a link to the page where this information can be found.
Good morning Mr. Michalowski,
The Borough of Allendale received your Open Public Records Act (OPRA) request on April 20, 2021 asking, “If your municipality has a police civilian review board, or police citizen advisory board could you please provide a copy of the ordinance/resolution that formed the board and their by-laws.” As such, the seventh (7th) business day deadline to respond to your request is April 29, 2021. This response to your request is being provided to on the 1st business day after receipt of said request.
The Borough of Allendale does not have a police civilian review board, or police citizen advisory board and therefore there are no records pertaining to your request.
If your request for access to a government record has been denied or unfilled within the seven (7) business days required by law, you have a right to challenge the decision by the Borough of Allendale to deny access. At your option, you may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court of New Jersey or file a complaint with the Government Records Council (GRC) by completing the Denial of Access Complaint Form. You may contact the GRC by toll-free telephone at 866-850-0511, by mail at P.O. Box 819, Trenton, NJ, 08625, by e-mail at [email address], or at their web site at www.state.nj.us/grc. The GRC can also answer other questions about the law. All questions regarding complaints filed in Superior Court should be directed to the Court Clerk in your County.
Thank you for your attention.
Deputy Municipal Clerk
Borough of Allendale
500 West Crescent Avenue
Allendale, NJ 07401
Telephone: (201) 818-4400 ext 218
Fax: (201) 825-1913
Email: [email address]