How do I file an EEOC complaint in NJ?

Dial 711 and ask the Relay Operator to contact the Division at (609) 292-7701. To file a claim with the EEOC, contact your local EEOC office below. More information about filing a claim with the EEOC can be found at the EEOC Filing a Charge page.

How do I contact EEOC?

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The charge filing process: 1-800-669-4000 1-800-669-6820 (TTY for Deaf/Hard of Hearing callers only) 1-844-234-5122 (ASL Video Phone for Deaf/Hard of Hearing callers only) [email protected]
Federal employees and agencies 202-921-2544 [email protected]
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How much does an EEOC investigation cost?

During this eleven year period, agencies reported that it has cost the federal government $387.5 million to investigate the 160,278 complaints filed for an average cost of $2,418 per investigation.

What are EEO complaints examples?

According to recent data, the top five EEOC complaints reported nationally are: Retaliation: 39,110. Disability: 24,238. Race: 23,976….This could include:

  • Ignoring them.
  • Passing them over for promotions or special assignments.
  • Not allowing them privileges or rights that they were allowed prior to their complaint.

Why did the Camden, NJ police department lay off 168 officers?

In January of 2011, the city department laid off 168 of the department’s 370 officers when contract negotiations stalled and the city was facing a budget shortfall. Camden experienced a spike in homicides, and the city police department wanted to hire more patrol officers but couldn’t afford to “partly because of generous union contracts.”

Is there a police department in Camden NJ?

The Camden Police Department (CPD) was the primary law enforcement agency in Camden, New Jersey. It consisted of 460 police officers, and was the second-largest police force in southern New Jersey after Atlantic City.

What was the Camden County police plan called?

An official of the Camden Fraternal Order of Police, which represented city police officers, described the plan as ” union busting ” and called it “a recipe for disaster” that would replace experienced city officers with new personnel unfamiliar with the city.

Is the Camden Police Department using body cameras?

With the help of the New York University Policing Project, the Camden force went on to develop a body camera policy. And three years later, it adopted one of the nation’s most comprehensive use-of-force policies, an 18-page document seen as a model for other departments.