Wyckoff Police Department

Frequently Asked Questions

(201) 891-2121

Emergency Call 9-1-1

​How do I obtain a copy of a police report or an accident report?

     You can receive a copy of your police report or accident report by responding to the Wyckoff Police Department during the normal business hours (M-F 8:30AM- 4:30 PM, Saturday- 9:00 AM-1:00 PM). 
Please keep in mind that most police reports take 3-5 business days to be properly completed/ approved. When you arrive at Police Headquarter please be prepared to present identification as well as the report number.

Do I have to come to the Police Station to make a Police Report?

     No, you do not have to come to the police station to make a report as long as you are located in Wyckoff. You can contact the Police Department and an Officer will be dispatched to your location.

If I want to report something that is not an emergency do I still call 911?

     No, if you need to report any type of incident that is not an emergency you should call the Wyckoff Police Department directly. Contact (201) 891-2121 to speak with a dispatcher who will help you with your questions.

How do I request Overnight Street Parking?

     In the Township of Wyckoff, municipal ordinances prohibit street parking on any street in between the hours of 1:00AM-5:00AM. If you have a circumstance which does not allow you to comply with this ordinance, you must contact the Wyckoff Police Department or be subject to a citation. When contacting the Wyckoff Police Department, please be prepared to tell the dispatcher the location of the vehicle, license plate number, and reason why it is parked on the street.

How do I obtain a Firearms ID Card (FID) or permit to purchase a handgun?

     Wyckoff residents who are looking to purchase a firearm should refer to the Firearms section for information on how to apply.

How do I report a street light that is not working?

     Wyckoff residents are able to report a street light that is out by contacting the Traffic Bureau . Please include your address and the closest address to the light that is not working.