How to Report Operation of Nonessential Business Violations in NJ

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(Camden, NJ) – Have you observed an employer, organization, or entity violating Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 107? Residents in New Jersey can now report all violations of the governor’s order closing nonessential businesses using an easy-to-complete form available on the state’s coronavirus webpage.

Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 107 on Saturday, March 21, closing all nonessential businesses with limited exceptions. The order also required all businesses to transition employees to work-from-home or telework arrangements except in limited circumstances. You can read the governor’s full executive order here, or a summary here.

“The governor has been very clear in recent days that this order is not voluntary, but we need the public’s help in identifying entities that refuse to comply,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “We can beat this virus if we work together, stay home, and adhere to the governor’s orders. If you know of a business or an organization that is failing to comply with the order, and thereby making our entire state less safe, please report the violation using the form provided.”

Reports can be filed using the Executive Order Violation Reporting Form located at