Skip to comments.Online form allows NJ residents to report violations of coronavirus restrictions
Posted on 09/07/2020 7:57:01 PM PDT by Phillyred
Online form allows NJ residents to report violations of coronavi Online form allows NJ residents to report violations of coronavirus restrictions
New Jersey is urging residents to speak out if they see people violating coronavirus restrictions.
A new online form allows people to report something that violates Gov. Phil Murphy's executive orders.
Examples of violations would be not following social distancing requirements or people holding large indoor events.
Residents can report violations anonymously, but officials say that may make it harder to investigate.
Find out where the governor lives. Report all of his neighbors as scofflaws.
So, they will keep track of peoples buggers and loogies.
The Commie Democrats have gone nuts with “Covid Power”. Now they have their “brown shirts” squealing on their neighbors, etc.
Oh, if only Goebbels was alive to encourage them....
Tyrants and useful idiots. Neither should have a place in American society.
Wonder how many forms will be filled out by the ubiquitous Karen ;-)
Actually there is more freedom in Wuhan today. No mask requirements or gathering restrictions.
Maybe they are putting HCQ in the drinking water.
Get some 4Chaners to flood it and bring down the server:
Ben Dover, Phil Latio, and Connie Lingus are chomping at the bit to make their reports.
Can you call in and report protestrs/rioters?
Well people, logon and report those coronavirus violations from around the US.
Name ‘em ping ‘em
where’s the online form to file that Nj’s governor is out of control, was party to the unnecessary murder of many elderly by his having Covid19 ill people housed with unsick elderly and ruining the lives of millions of his states residents by senseless business shutdowns and restrictions like facemask requirements too?
If you believe an employer, organization, or entity is violating any Executive Order, please complete this form.
Compliance with Executive Orders is not voluntary.
You may report a violation anonymously, but please note, it will make it more difficult for law enforcement to investigate the complaint.
Please note, we recommend using a modern web browser when completing this form. If you experience challenges, please try another web browser.
What is your name?
What is your email?
What is your phone number?
What is the name of the business, organization, or entity that you believe is violating an Executive Order? *
What is the address of the business, organization, or entity that you believe is violating an Executive Order? *
Street Address Line 2
State / Province
Postal / Zip Code
What county is the business, organization, or entity located in?
What is the phone number of the business, organization, or entity that you believe is violating an Executive Order?
What type of violation do you believe is occurring?
A business that is not practicing social distancing requirements
A business that is not allowing remote work of non-essential employees
An indoor gathering of more than 25 people, or more than 25% of the capacity of the room(s) in which the gathering is taking place. Note that weddings, funerals, memorial services, religious and political activities, and performance venues are limited to 150 people.
An outdoor gathering of more than 500 people
Please describe your complaint and the potential violation of an Executive Order. Please be as specific as possible. What exactly is the business or entity doing that is in violation of the Executive Order? This information will help us with follow up actions: *
Note: there is a limit of 250 words in this field.
I wish we had one of these in my state. That way I could abuse it hammering them on the stupid lockdown!
Hello New Jersey??? Yeah,... I’d like to report Nancy Pelosi.
I was hoping that someone would print masks that are like bumper stickers with pro Trump sayings or anti-democrat memes, not just American flags.
It could be very creative. Any silk screener out there?
Can a NJ resident report Nancy Pelosi, or must the violator be in-state?
New Jersey is a great state. Deserves better leaders.
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