NJ Attorney General Information

Bias Incidents and Reporting

It is the policy of the Warren Township Police Department that all members adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Attorney General’s Office in dealing with bias incidents. Therefore, it shall be the policy to bring the investigative and enforcement elements of the law enforcement community into quick action following any and all suspected or confirmed bias incidents. There shall also be special emphasis placed on victim assistance and community relations in order to reduce victim trauma and community tension or fear.


Please Call Warren Township Police Department to report any Bias Incident at 908-753-1000.






Body Worn Cameras

Effective February 5 2022 at 7AM, pursuant to the New Jersey Attorney General Guidelines, the Warren Township Police Department will be deploying Body Worn Cameras (BWC) to every officer. The cameras will be utilized by all uniformed personnel during the performance of their daily duties as well as by plainclothes officers when applicable. The cameras will be used in accordance with the guidelines established by the Attorney General and the directive issued by the Warren Township Police Department. Officers will be equipped with the Focus X2 Mission Critical camera which will be affixed on their outer vest carriers positioned in the upper torso/chest area. The attached photos depict the BWC and the approximate placement on the outer vest carrier.







Immigration Information

An immigrant visa is issued to a person wishing to live permanently in the United States. A nonimmigrant visa is issued to a person with permanent residence outside the United States, but who wishes to remain in the United States on a temporary basis for a variety of reasons (ie: tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work or study, etc). There are two types of nonimmigrant visas that require the involvement of Law Enforcement, U-Visas and T-Visas.

  • U-Visa: a nonimmigrant visa which is set aside for victims of crimes (and their immediate family members) who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse while in the United States and who are willing to assist law enforcement and government officials in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity. It permits such victims to enter or remain in the United States when they might not otherwise be able to do so.

  • T-Visa: a nonimmigrant visa allowing certain victims of human trafficking (and their immediate family members) to remain and work temporarily in the United States, typically if they agree to assist law enforcement in prosecuting the perpetrators.

Individuals applying for either of these types of nonimmigrant visas must fill out the appropriate application through the United States Citizenship and Immigrations Service (USCIS).


Each of these applications have supplemental forms (I-918 Supplement B and I-914 Supplement B), also known as Certification Forms, which must be filled-out by the Law Enforcement agency which investigated/prosecuted the matter. Any request made to the Warren Township Police Department to complete such a certification form must be made in-person at Police Headquarters. Applicants should follow the instructions on the above Web Site links, and bring all completed paperwork and necessary identification with them when they come to Police Headquarters.

Form I-918

Instructions for Form I-918 and Form I-918, Supplement A

Form I-918, Supplement B, U Nonimmigrant Status Certification

Instructions for Form I-918, Supplement B

Form I-918, Supplement A, Petition for Qualifying Family Member of U-1 Recipient







NJ Victims of Crime Compensation Office

Please visit https://www.njoag.gov/vcco/ for additional information.






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