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Please do not use this system for issues requiring immediate assistance.
If this is an emergency requiring immediate assistance, please call 911.

Members of the New Milford community, High School, and Middle School can anonymously submit any suspicious activity, behavior, or other related issues to appropriate community or school personnel. We encourage you to report important issues. Once you complete the contact form below, you will receive confirmation that your information has been submitted.

This reporting web form is for New Milford community, High School students, and Middle School students only. If you are a student or parent of a student in grades K-5, please click here to open an alternative incident reporting form if you need to submit an issue or concern.

False reporting will be taken seriously to the full extent of the law.

Reports that lack specific and sufficient detail or anonymous reports that do not allow community or school personnel to communicate with the reporter cannot be effectively investigated.

This system will be monitored between the hours of 7 am to 5 pm daily for the Town, 7 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday for the High School, and 7 am to 3:30 pm Monday-Friday for the Middle School. Any reports submitted outside of these hours or during holidays will be responded to when the monitoring hours are active again.

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