Security Incident Report

It is a goal of the Security Task Force to identify and assess any potential threats to the community. It is extremely important to report incidents as soon as you witness them. Please use this form to report all suspicious activity and anti-Semitic acts. This information will be reviewed and shared with the appropriate local, state, and federal law enforcement for action and resolution.



If you SEE something,
SAY something!

Incidents to Report

  • Suspicious activities, people, and vehicles
  • Unusual events or incidents
  • Dangerous situations
  • Suspicious communications (text messages, phone calls, voicemail messages, emails, letters, packages, etc.)

If you have any questions or concerns about how or when to report an incident, please call our Director of Security Initiatives, Amy Keller, at (732) 588-1817.

How to Report an Incident

It is extremely important to report incidents as soon as you witness them.

Here are the steps to report an indicent:

  1. File a report with the appropriate authority using the form above.
  2. File a report with our Director of Security Initiatives by clicking the "Report to Federation" button below.

Please note: True emergencies should be reported to the police via 9-1-1 immediately. 

Report Suspicious Activity

To report incidents and suspicious activies, call the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP) at (866) 472-3365.


Report a Cyber Crime

If you or someone you know have been the victim of an Internet crime, file a complaint with the FBI's Internet Cyber Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

Report a Federal Cybersecurity Issue

Report incidents, phishing attempts, malware, and vulnerabilities to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).

Report a State Cybersecurity Issue

NJ citizens should report cyber incidents and data breaches to the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC).