How can the Civil Rights Commission help me?
  • The Civil Rights Commission can work with people to offer voluntary, non-binding conflict resolution.
  • If you would like to learn more about conflict resolution through the Civil Rights Commission’ please contact us using the online Civil Rights Commission Contact Form.
  • In the event that conflict resolution is not a good solution, the Civil Rights Commission can provide access to a list of Mediators.
  • In the event that this is not a good solution then the consideration can be moved to the New Jersey Department of Civil Rights.

Please be advised that any issues must be brought to the NJ Department of Civil Rights within 180 days.

For further information, please see our Guidelines, Policies and Procedures (PDF).

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1. How does the Civil Rights Commission achieve its purpose?
2. How can the Civil Rights Commission help me?
3. Can the Civil Rights Commission Make a Determination about Discriminatory Actions or Enforce Anti-Discrimination Laws?
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5. Will the Civil Rights Commission Impact My Legal Rights Under Anti-Discrimination Laws?