Applications for all firearms related permits are only available online at the New Jersey State Police website at:
Find the application you are looking for and type in all the required information. When completed, print three (3) copies of the completed application form.
***DO NOT SIGN ANY APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.***
All applications require a Consent For Mental Health Records Search (SP-66).
Type in all the required information and print three (3) copies of the consent form.
***DO NOT SIGN THE CONSENT FORM AT THIS TIME.***
If you are an initial applicant, meaning that you have never applied for a firearms permit in the State of New Jersey, you will need to be fingerprinted.
To schedule and determine the fees for fingerprinting please contact:
Detective Sergeant Misskerg
Bogota Police Department
A $5.00 fee (cash, check or money order made out to the Borough of Bogota, N.J. and SEPARATE from NJSP fees) is required for a Firearms Purchaser Identification Card (FPIC).
A $2.00 fee (cash, check or money order made out to the Borough of Bogota, N.J. and SEPARATE from NJSP fees) is required for each handgun purchase permit. (2 handgun permits=$4.00, etc.)
***You may apply for a FPIC and a handgun purchase permit(s)on the same application and the $5.00 and $2.00 fees may be combined.
If you already have a N.J. Firearms Purchaser Identification Card (FPIC) and need a duplicate card to replace a lost or mutilated card or to change an address to Bogota, N.J the ONLY fee required is $18.00 and MUST be a money order ONLY made out to NJSP-SBI. No other types of funds are accepted by the New Jersey State Police.
Contact Detective Sergeant Jonathan Misskerg to schedule an appoint to review and process your applications and associated fees. Be sure to have all paperwork completed and all associated fees ready to be submitted. You will also need a form of photo identification in order to have your application(s) processed.
No Application will be processed without first scheduling an appointment in advance, specifically with Detective Sergeant Jonathan Misskerg.