Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office Asks Residents To Use Tele-Reporting When Possible

The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office is asking residents to use tele-reporting for crimes that are not in progress which can be handled without face-to-face contact. The request resulted from the Omicron COVID-19 case increase which means increased exposure for both deputies and the public. Tele-reporting means a deputy will call you back to take a report. Officials say they are monitoring the case counts and will advise when operations are back to normal.