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Campus Security Report

Central Career School’s annual Campus Security Report statistics are detailed below:

On Campus Public Property
2013  2014  2015  2016  2013  2014  2015  2016 
Criminal Offense
Murder / Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex offenses – Forcible 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex offenses – Non-forcible (Incest) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex offenses – Non-forcible (Statutory Rape) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hate Crimes
Murder / Non-negligent manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Negligent manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex offenses – Forcible 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex offenses – Non-forcible (Incest) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sex offenses – Non-forcible (Statutory Rape) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Robbery 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Aggravated assault 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burglary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Motor vehicle theft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Simple assault 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Larceny-theft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Intimidation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Destruction/damage/vandalism of property 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arrests
Weapons: carrying, possessing, etc. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Drug abuse violations 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Liquor law violations 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ACCSC Graduation & Employment Data

Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation rate: 71% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 31 students available for graduation) Job placement rate: 86% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 22 graduates available for employment)

Business & Technology Administrative Professional
Graduation rate: 50% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 8 students available for graduation) Job placement rate: 100% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 4 graduates available for employment)

Dental Assisting
Graduation rate: 67% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 64 students available for graduation) Job placement rate: 81% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 41 graduates available for employment)

Medical Assistant
Graduation rate: 76% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 46 students available for graduation) Job placement rate: 76% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 33 graduates available for employment)

Computer Network & Security
Graduation rate: 63% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 8 students available for graduation) Job placement rate: 80% (Based on 2017 Annual Report to ACCSC for 5 graduates available for employment)

 

Gainful Employment Program Data

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Recruitment and Admissions Code of Conduct

 
  1. 1. Student recruitment, enrollment, and admissions duties will be conducted in an ethical and professional manner and in keeping with organizational policies and procedures as well as relevant accreditation requirements.
     
  2. 2. Student recruitment, enrollment, and admissions duties will be geared toward the enrollment of qualified applicants who are likely to complete and benefit from the training provided by the school and not geared toward enrolling students simply to obtain enrollments.
     
  3. 3. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will only provide truthful and accurate statements, descriptions, and explanations regarding the school and its personnel, training, facilities, equipment, services, and accredited status.
     
  4. 4. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will work to ensure that students are fully informed and able to make considered enrollment decisions without undue pressure.
     
  5. 5. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will only assist prospective students in the areas that fall within the purview of their position and will not assist prospective students in admissions testing or alter or falsify any enrollment documents or required test scores.
     
  6. 6. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will not make explicit or implicit promises of employment or exaggerated statements regarding employment or salary prospects to prospective students.
     
  7. 7. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will participate in relevant training provided by the school to enhance their skills as school representatives.
     
  8. 8. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will not assist prospective students in providing false or misleading information on any application.
     
  9. 9. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will not recruit prospective students in or near welfare offices, unemployment lines, food stamp centers, homeless shelters, or other circumstances or settings where such persons cannot reasonably be expected to make informed and considered enrollment decisions.
     
  10. 10. Student recruitment and admissions personnel will not discredit other schools or influence any student to leave another school by: falsely imputing to another school dishonorable conduct, inability to perform contracts, or questionable credit standing; making other false representations; falsely disparaging the character, nature, quality, value, or scope of another school’s program of instruction or services; or demeaning another school’s students.
     
  11. 11. Student recruitment and admissions personnel acknowledge having received a copy of the ACCSC Standards of Accreditation and having read the sections pertaining to recruitment, advertising, and admissions.
 

Title IV Code of Conduct

 

Colleges participating in any of the Title IV loan programs are required by the Department of Education to develop, publish, and enforce a code of conduct. The below code of conduct applies to all officers, employees, and agents of Central Career School.

BAN ON REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENTS: Neither Central Career School , nor any of its officers, employees or agents will enter into any revenue-sharing arrangements with any lender, which is defined by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, amending the Higher Education Act of 1965, Pub. L. # 110-315 (2008), (“HEOA”) as any arrangement between a college and a lender that results in the lender paying a fee or other benefits, including a share of its profits, to the college, or its officers, employees or agents, as a result of the college recommending the lender to its students or families of those students.

BAN ON GIFTS: Financial Aid Office employees (or employees who otherwise have responsibilities with respect to education loans or financial aid) will not accept gifts from any lender, guaranty agency or loan servicer. A “gift” is defined as any gratuity, favor, discount, entertainment, hospitality, loan, or other item having monetary value of more than a de minimus amount. This prohibition is not limited just to those providers of Title IV loans but includes lenders of “private educational loans” as well. HEOA does provide for some exceptions related to specific types of activities or literature. This includes:

 
  • Brochures or training material related to default aversion or financial literacy.
     
  • Food, training or informational materials as part of training as long as that training contributes to the professional development of those individuals attending the training
     
  • Favorable terms and benefits to the student employed by the institution as long as those same terms are provided to all students at the institution.
     
  • Entrance and exit counseling as long as the institution’s staff are in control and they do not promote the services of a specific lender.
     
  • Philanthropic contributions from a lender, guarantee agency or loan servicer unrelated to education loans.
     
  • State education, grants, scholarships, or financial aid funds administered by or on behalf of the State.
 

BAN ON CONTRACTING ARRANGEMENTS: Financial Aid Office employees (or employees who otherwise have responsibilities with respect to education loans) will not accept any fee, payment or financial benefit as compensation for any type of consulting arrangement or contract to provide services to or on behalf of a lender relating to education loans.

PROHIBITION AGAINST STEERING BORROWERS: The Institute and its officers, employees or agents will not steer borrowers to particular lenders, or delay loan certifications. This prohibition includes assigning any first-time borrower’s loan to a particular lender as part of the award packaging process or through other methods.

PROHIBITION ON OFFERS OF FUNDS FOR PRIVATE LOANS: The Institute and its officers, employees or agents will not request or accept any agreement or offer of funds for private loans. This prohibition includes any offer of funds for loans to students at the institution, including funds for an opportunity pool loan, in exchange for providing concessions or promises to the lender for a specific number of loans, or inclusion on a preferred lender list.

BAN ON STAFFING ASSISTANCE: The Institute and its officers, employees or agents will not request or accept any assistance with call center staffing or financial aid office staffing. However, HEOA does not prohibit schools from requesting or accepting assistance from a lender related to:

 
  • Professional development training for financial aid administrators.
     
  • Providing educational counseling materials, financial literacy materials, or debt management materials to borrowers, provided that such materials disclose to borrowers the identification of any lender that assisted in preparing or providing such materials.
     
  • Staffing services on a short-term, nonrecurring basis to assist the school with financial aid-related functions during emergencies, including State-declared or federally declared natural disasters, and other localized disasters and emergencies identified by the Secretary.
     
 

BAN ON ADVISORY BOARD COMPENSATION: Employees of the Institute will not receive anything of value from a lender, guarantor, or group in exchange for serving on an advisory board. They may, however, accept reimbursement for reasonable expenses incurred while serving in this capacity.

 

Emergency Evacuation Plan Policy

 

In case of FIRE or any other DISASTER, please listen to the School Director or School Personnel in charge for instructions.

All instructors are in charge of their class and should evacuate the building in an organized and orderly manner. DO NOT take time to gather books or other belongings.

Do not TRY TO EXTINGUISH the FIRE.

The EVACUATION COORDINATOR or other School Official will handle contacting the appropriate fire and rescue departments.

In case of a SECURITY PROBLEM, listen to the School Director or other school official for security instructions. In all instances, you must remain calm. The Security Person will coordinate with the Police Department the proper actions necessary to assure Student and School Personnel Safety

Emergency Evacuation and Security Plan is posted in classrooms and on bulletin boards and in conspicuous places for the view of all employees, students and visitors.

 

School Policies & Procedures

General Student Conduct

 
  1. 1. No smoking in the building at all! We are a smoke free school. There is a designated smoking area outside the rear entrance to the school.
     
  2. 2. Eating is allowed in the classroom, although larger meals should be consumed during break time. Students are permitted to drink beverages during class, but it must have a lid. Students are responsible for keeping the classrooms clean.
     
  3. 3. All students are to conduct themselves as ladies and gentlemen at all times. The school will not tolerate profanity, verbal abuse, threats or insubordination to any staff member or fellow student. This may be cause for immediate termination from the school.
     
  4. 4. Cheating on academic work, plagiarism, dishonesty or fraud will not be tolerated and may be cause for immediate termination from the school.
     
  5. 5. Use of cell phones for Face booking, texting or making/receiving calls is prohibited during class time.
 

Dismissal:

Central Career School reserves the right to dismiss any student whose conduct proves to be detrimental to the best interests of the student body and/or the School. The School reserves the right to dismiss any student for failure to attend classes punctually, for breach of school rules or regulations, for failure to show satisfactory academic progress as defined by the School, for non-payment of tuition as agreed, or for any reason Central Career School deems necessary for the good of the School and/or its student body.

 

Rules and Regulations:

Students failing to abide by the following rules, or who have been given reasonable warnings, will be dropped from the rolls:

  1. 1. Physical or verbal abuse of any person on school premises.
     
  2. 2. Theft or damage to property of any member of the school community.
     
  3. 3. Possession or use of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs while on school premises.
     
  4. 4. Possession of dangerous weapons.
     
  5. 5. Failure to comply with direction of school officials acting in the performance of their duties.
     
  6. 6. Violation of any Federal, State, or City law.

A student, faculty member, or administrator may file charges against a student for violation of the above rules. An investigation will be made prior to dismissal of any student.

 

Harassment Policy:

Central Career School faculty and staff will not tolerate harassment based on gender, race, age, religion, national origin, or handicap towards any student or staff member by a student, employee or volunteer. Harassment is defined as any behavior that is not welcomed, which debilitates morale and which therefore interferes with work and/or learning effectiveness.

 

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  1. 1. Verbal or physical sexual advances including subtle advances for sexual activity, touching, pinching, patting, or brushing against.
     
  2. 2. Comments regarding physical or personality characteristics of a sexual nature.
     
  3. 3. Sexually-oriented teasing or jokes.

Incidents of sexual harassment while attending Central Career School should be reported to a school employee immediately. Any report of sexual harassment is to be forwarded to the Dean of Academics immediately. After a student makes a complaint, the Dean of Academics will conduct an investigation. Persons determined to have engaged in sexual harassment shall be subject to disciplinary sanctions.

 

Racial Harassment

Racial harassment may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  1. 1. Verbal or written abuse of race, including racial jokes or innuendos.
     
  2. 2. Racially-degrading words used to describe an individual's ethnic background.
     
  3. 3. Racially-degrading objects or pictures in the workplace or school.
     
  4. 4. Unreasonable differential treatment based on the individual's ethnic background.

Incidents of racial harassment while attending Central Career School should be reported to the Dean of Academics immediately. After a student makes a complaint, the Dean of Academics will conduct an investigation. Persons determined to have engaged in racial harassment shall be subject to disciplinary sanctions.

 

Drug and alcohol abuse awareness and prevention:

Central Career School is a drug-free environment for students and employees wherein intellectual, physical, and social activities may occur. The following policy regarding illicit drugs and alcohol is established to promote a productive learning and work environment with the long-term, well-being of students and staff of Central Career School in mind.

 

Drug-Free Policy

The illegal manufacture, distribution, possession, or use of illicit drugs or alcohol by students or employees while on school premises, or while in the conduct of official business away from Central Career School grounds, is strictly forbidden. Employees and students are required to abide by the terms of this policy as a condition of employment or matriculation. Any employee or student who identifies they have an issue, will be directed to the Student Services Department and/or the Dean of Academics for referral service for drug or alcohol counseling and treatment. Employees and students will receive annual notification of Central Career School's policy, applicable legal sanctions, and a description of the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol. A violation of the drug-free policy will be considered a major offense which can result in immediate dismissal from Central Career School of an employee or student. A criminal conviction is not required for disciplinary sanctions to be imposed upon an employee or student for violations of this policy.

 

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Health Risks

Drug use causes physical and emotional dependence, interferes with memory, sensation and perception, and in some cases, may cause permanent brain damage or sudden death. There are many specific health risks associated alcohol abuse and use of specific types of drugs. The following is a breakdown of the health risks associated with the most common drugs abused. For more details on the health risks involved with alcohol or drug abuse, please see the Dean of Academics.

 
  1. 1.Alcohol: Alcohol goes directly into the bloodstream, physically affecting the whole body. Some illnesses and health problems include hangovers (headaches, nausea, vomiting, aches and pains), weight gain, high blood pressure, depressed immune system, cancer (upper digestive tract cancer, breast cancer, skin cancer, liver cancer), liver disease, alcohol poisoning, heart or respiratory failure, central nervous damage, etc?
     
  2. 2.Barbiturates and trainquilizers: These are the most commonly abused prescription drugs. They can cause hangover-like symptons, nausea, seizures, and coma. Overdose and mixing these drugs with alcohol can be fatal.
     
  3. 3.Marijuana and Hashish: Marijuana and hashish can cause rapid heart rate and memory impairment soon after use. Long-term effects include cognitive problems, infertility, weakened immune system, and possible lung damage.
     
  4. 4.Cocaine: Can cause long-term problems including tremors, seizures, psychosis, and heart or respiratory failure.
     
  5. 5.LSD: Can cause nausea, rapid heart rate, depression, disorientation. Long-term effects include paranoia and psychosis.
     
  6. 6.Narcotics: Narcotics such as heroin can bring on respiratory and circulatory depression, dizziness, impotence, constipation, and withdrawal sickness. Overdoses can lead to seizures and death.
     
  7. 7.PCP: In addition to triggering unpredictable and violent behavior, can cause dizziness, numbness, high heart rate, and blood pressure, convulsions, and in high amounts can cause fatal heart and lung failure or ruptured blood vessels.
 

Central Career School Sanctions

Disciplinary sanctions for violations of the standards of conduct required by this policy will be imposed on students and employees as identified in the Student Handbook and the Employee Handbook. Courts do not excuse individuals convicted of these offenses from a prison sentence to go to college or work. A conviction for such an offense could seriously affect one's record and prevent entry into many careers. Central Career School requires students and employees to abide by the terms of this policy.

External Sanctions

The applicable legal sanctions for the unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol under federal law are severe penalties for distributing or dispensing, or possessing with the intent to distribute or dispense a controlled substance, and penalties are of a less severe nature for simple possession of a controlled substance. The type and quantity of the drug, whether death or previous injury resulted from use of the drug in question all affect the sentence. While the penalties for simple possession are less severe, the first conviction still carries a sentence of up to a year of imprisonment, a fine of at least ,000 but not more than 0,000, or both. With regard to simple possession, the number of convictions makes both the minimum period of imprisonment and fines greater. Under special provisions for possession of crack, a person may be sentenced to a mandatory term of at least 5 years in prison but not more than 20 years, a fine of 0,000, or both. State law provides similar penalties with regard to the simple possession, distribution, or possession with the intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance. The chart, titled New Jersey Drug Laws and Penalties, provides specific details regarding the penalties required under NJ State Drug Laws.

In addition, state law provides that possession of or possession with the intent to consume alcohol by persons under 21 years of age in a public place is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to 0, loss or postponement of driving privileges for 30 to 90 days, 15 to 30 days of community service, and/or participation in an alcohol and traffic safety education program. There are also state laws concerning driving under the influence of alcohol and using a false driver’s license to obtain alcoholic beverages. Depending upon the number of previous convictions, or gravity of the circumstances, conviction of a felony or misdemeanor for such an offense may cause forfeiture of driving privileges. A current listing of applicable state sanctions and laws can be found at http://www.nj.gov/lps/hts/alcohol.html. Employees and students are encouraged to review this information. Such sanctions and laws are subject to revision or amendment by way of the legislative process.

 

New Jersey Drug Laws and Penalties

 
New Jersey Drug Laws and Penalties
Offense Penalty Incarceration Max. Fine
Possession
50 g or less Disorderly Person 6 mos $ 1,000
More than 50 g Felony 1.5 years $ 25,000
**Within 1000 ft of a school adds 100 hours of community service as well as an additional fine
Distribution
Less than 1 oz Felony 1.5 years $ 25,000
1oz – 5 lbs Felony 3* – 5 years $ 25,000
5 – 25 lbs Felony 5* – 10 years $ 150,000
25 lbs or more Felony 10* – 20 years $ 300,000
Within 1000 ft of a school Felony 3* – 5 years $ 150,000
*Mandatory minimum sentence
Hash & Concentrates
Possession Disorderly Person 6 mos $ 1,000
Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing,
or possessing with intent of less than 5 g
Crime in the fourth degree 18 mos $ 10,000
Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing,
or possessing with intent of 5 g – 1lb
Crime in the third degree 5 years $ 15,000
Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing,
or possessing with intent of 1 lb – 5lbs
Crime in the second degree 10 years $ 150,000
Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing,
or possessing with intent of 5lbs or more
Crime in the first degree 20 years $ 200,000
Paraphernalia
Possession or use of paraphernalia Disorderly Person 6 mos $ 1,000
Sale of paraphernalia Felony 3* – 5 years $ 15,000
 

Crime awareness and campus security policy:

Policy Statement

Central Career School understands and acknowledges its responsibility to provide a safe and secure learning environment and workplace. Central Career School is committed to conducting its academic and administrative responsibilities in an ethical and lawful manner and in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and Central Career School policy. CCS depends on its faculty, academic professionals and staff to share in this responsibility through the timely reporting of suspected illegal activity.

Members of the Central Career School community who commit illegal activity are subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment or dismissal, and/or criminal prosecution. CCS reserves the right to refer for prosecution activity of any kind for any reason. The following policy regarding crime awareness and campus security is established with the long-term, well-being of all students and staff of Central Career School in mind. All Central Career School faculty, staff and students are expected to be familiar with and comply with all policies and procedures.

 

Reporting Crime and Emergencies

Central Career School believes that the public should know how to report a possible crime which occurs at the Central Career School Campus. CCS encourages all persons to report any criminal activity or suspicious activity to the Dean of Academics, who will analyze and investigate the seriousness of the incident. The Dean will then submit an incident report to the School Director, and report the incident to the appropriate local authorities, when applicable. The law enforcement agencies will gather information and make an official report. If a forcible or non-forcible sex offense or rape occurs, persons involved should report immediately to the Dean of Academics. The law enforcement officials will then be contacted. Upon completion of a full investigation, students will receive on-site advisement and/or counseling, with referral to community services on an as-needed basis.

In instances where individuals are uncomfortable with these options, they wish to remain anonymous, or if all avenues have been exhausted and a sufficient response has not been received, an individual should follow the student complaint / grievance procedure. This procedure is explained in detail in the School Catalog, Student Orientation Handbook, Employee Handbook, and is prominently displayed in the front of the building. The anonymous and confidential email address to be used is [email protected]

 

Crime Prevention

In an effort to prevent crime at Central Career School, the school has incorporated many measures and capabilities for crime prevention and detection. Some notable efforts include:

  1. 1. Security cameras installed at various locations in the school building, continuously recording activity 24 hours a day. Video surveillance is kept on file, and live streaming of the video surveillance is available to the School Director at all times.
     
  2. 2. Accessibility to Alcohol and Drug Counseling resources and information.
     
  3. 3. Employee In-Service training.
     
  4. 4. Campus Security Procedures and Practices.
 

Avoid Victimization

The following list of preventive measures is provided to inform students and employees of what to do to help ensure their personal safety and property security.

  1. 1. Report strangers to a school employee
     
  2. 2. Avoid getting into no-exit places
     
  3. 3. At night, always walk in groups of two or more
     
  4. 4. Walk with confidence
     
  5. 5. Avoid walking near bushes or parked cars
     
  6. 6. Don’t hesitate to call school authorities or local police
     
  7. 7. Never leave valuables unattended
     
  8. 8. When parking, remove valuables from view
     
  9. 9. Engrave your valuables with your name or driver's license number, and record all serial numbers
     
  10. 10. Report all incidents immediately;
 

Campus Safety and Crime Statistics

Central Career School publishes its annual Clery Act Campus Safety and Security Report by October 1st. This report contains information on the crime statistics reported to the school and local authorities during the past 3 calendar years. This information is available to all students, staff, graduates, and prospective students on the Central Career School’s website (www.centralcareer.edu) under Disclosures and Notifications. Hard copies of the report are distributed by October 1st of each school year to all current students and staff, and are available from the Office of the Dean of Academics. The most current report is prominently framed and displayed at the entrance of the Central Career School building.

 

Reports of Crime to the Community

If a crime occurs at Central Career School, the law enforcement agency of South Plainfield may provide information and appropriate details to local newspapers when legally prudent.

 

Sexual Harassment Policy Summary

Sexual harassment violates Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, as amended by the Civil Rights Act of 1991. Any student or employee who is subjected to such harassment and/or a hostile sexual environment, or who has knowledge of such harassment, should report it to the Dean of Academics, who is responsible for complaint investigation. The Dean of Academics will confer with and recommend further action (when necessary) to the School Director.

 

Procedures if a Sex Offense Occurs

If a sex offense occurs on Central Career School premises, the student or employee should report it immediately to the Dean of Academics or the local authorities. If reported to the Dean of Academics, the Dean will assist the student in calling the local police and will also help the student preserve any evidence as may be necessary. Student Services will make available information on off-site counseling, mental health facilities, or any other available student services for victims of a sex offense. Central Career School Administration will assume responsibility to determine what measures are necessary to maintain a safe environment for all interested parties by providing rights to both the person that has been raped and the accused in order to ensure that each may have the right to have others present during an institutional disciplinary proceeding. The accuser and the accused will be informed in writing of the outcomes of any such proceeding. Central Career School reserves the right to dismiss any student who is found guilty of a sex offense on premises.

 

Timely Warning Policy

A warning will be issued in the case of a campus emergency, inclement weather, or any occurrence of criminal activity on Central Career School grounds, or other risk to student safety or property. The Dean of Academics and Student Services is responsible for disseminating information to students when appropriate.

When necessary, the school's messaging system will provide information on school closings or any emergency occurrence. The school’s main phone line will automatically be forwarded to the messaging system. The message provided will address:

 
  1. 1. What has happened
     
  2. 2. Current student status (when applicable)
     
  3. 3. Who is assisting with efforts (when applicable)
     
  4. 4. Immediate plans for the future
 

Who to Contact in Case of Emergency

Ambulance • Police • Fire • Emergency    Dial 911

Central Career School Main Number (Dean of Academics and Student Services)    (908) 912-1872

Police (Non-Emergency)   (908) 755-0700