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    EBHS School Safety Emergency Reporting Procedures

     

    If you have any question(s) about school safety or wish to report a suspicious incident or safety-related matter, please call during school hours. 

     East Brunswick High School (732-613-6901)

     Or 

     If you need to report a school safety issue during school hours and wish to remain anonymous, please call your school’s ANONYMOUS EMERGENCY HOTLINE during school hours.

     East Brunswick High School (732-613-6920)

       Or

    If you need to report a school safety issue after school hours, you can call the East Brunswick Police Department at: 

    732-390-6900 or 9-1-1 for immediate emergency assistance. 

     Or

     Effective September 7, 1999, the state has established a school safety hotline in the Division of State Police. The number of the toll-free hotline is 1-877-624-8082.

     Calls to this statewide hotline will be received by the Division of State Police and will be immediately transferred to the PSAP (Public Safety Access Point) for the municipal police department or the State Police barracks providing local law enforcement services for the municipality in which the school that is the subject of the call is located.

     Telephone calls to the new statewide hotline will not be anonymous in order to deter the misuse of this line to make false bomb threats against schools. Furthermore, these calls will be recorded on audiotape until such time as the call is transferred to the PSAP. Upon receiving a transferred call from the statewide hotline, law enforcement agencies will handle the call in the same manner in which they would have handled it if the information supplied came from a direct call to the local law enforcement agency.

     

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