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4/30/2016 - Special Needs Registry started today and Operation Take Back is April 30th


The Keyport Police Department is endorsing and taking part of the Monmouth County Special Needs Registry.


The Special Needs Registry is a voluntary service open to all citizens with special needs who reside, attend school or are employed in Monmouth County.  The registry was created to help police officers and other emergency service personnel better assist residents with special needs in the event of an emergency by providing those first responders with vital information regarding a registrant’s special needs, emergency contact information, physical description and current photograph of the registrant. 


Information about a SNR registrant shall be strictly confidential. 


All registrants will be issued window decals to be placed prominently on the front entrance of their residence as well as on their personal vehicle.  The presence of the SNR decal should signify that someone in the residence/vehicle has some degree of special need and first responders should respond accordingly.


The Monmouth County Special Needs Registry is a joint collaboration between the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, and the Monmouth County Police Chief’s Association.


For further information about the program please contact (732) 431-6400 ext. 118 or Chief Casaletto of the Keyport Police Department at or 732-264-0706. 

Decals are available at the Keyport Police Department once you have registered online. 


Thank you,

Chief George D. Casaletto

Keyport Police Department