Dear Brick Township,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.

Records requested:

1. Incident Reports, with narratives, for the following Incident #s:
2021-00026291
2016-00020536
2014-00080516
2014-00078011
2014-00041127
2014-00025721
2014-00007529
2013-00069062
2013-00058723
2013-00053560
2012-00045029

2. Case Report summaries, with narratives, for the following Case #s:
2014-00041127
2013-00058723
2013-00053560
2012-00045029

Yours sincerely,

Resident

Jessica Larney, Brick Township

1 Attachment

In response to your below OPRA request:

Please find the attached documents.

There are exemptions citing:
Executive Order No. 26 (McGreevey 2002)
4) Information relating to medical, psychiatric or psychological history, diagnosis, treatment or evaluation.
AND
N.J.S.A 2C:25-33 ("Prevention of Domestic Violence Act of 1991")
- All records maintained pursuant to this act shall be confidential and shall not be made available to any individual or institution except as otherwise provided by law.
AND
N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1.1 Victims' records - a. an individually-identifiable file or document held by a victims' rights agency which pertains directly to a victim of a crime except that a victim of a crime shall have access to the victim's own records. "Victims' rights agency" means a public agency, or part thereof, the primary responsibility of which is providing services,
including but not limited to food, shelter, or clothing, medical, psychiatric, psychological or legal services or referrals, information and referral services, counseling and support services, or financial services to victims of crimes, including victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, violent crime, child endangerment, child abuse or child neglect, and the Victims of Crime Compensation Board. b. any written OPRA request by a crime victim for a record to which the victim is entitled to access, including, but not limited to, any law enforcement agency report, domestic violence offense report, and temporary or permanent restraining order
AND
N.J.S.A 47:1A-1.1 Criminal Investigatory Records - records which are no required by law to be made, maintained or kept on file that are held by law enforcement agency which pertain to any criminal investigation or related civil enforcement proceeding. (Note: N.J.S.A 47:1A-3b lists specific criminal investigatory information which must be disclosed).

And Redactions, citing:
N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1 (Legislative Findings)
1) Privacy Interest - "a public agency has a responsibility and an obligation to safeguard from public access a citizen's personal information with which it has been entrusted when disclosure thereof would violate the citizen's reasonable expectation of privacy." See Burnett v. Cnty. of Bergen, 198 N.J. 408 (2009).

Sincerely,

Jessica L. Larney, RMC/CMR
Assistant Municipal Clerk
Deputy Registrar of Vital Statistics

Office of the Township Clerk/Vital Statistics
401 Chambers Bridge Road
Brick, New Jersey 08723
732-262-1003

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