Prosecutor: Jersey City 911 dispatcher charged with computer criminal activity


A Jersey City 911 dispatcher has been charged with a cybercrime for obtaining and keeping personal records she was not authorized to have, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez announced.

The City of Jersey City Public Safety Communication Center, Police and Fire 911 and Radio Dispatch (JCPSCC). Photo via

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Rose Davis, 58, of Jersey City, is charged with one count of computer criminal activity, a second-degree crime, Suarez said in a statement.

She was arrested at the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office in Secaucus and released pending her first court appearance, which is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, December 7th

An investigation conducted with the assistance of the Jersey City Special Investigations Unit found that on July 15th of thus year, Davis used her position as a Telecommunications Supervisor to obtain records and personal identifying information which she was not authorized to keep for her own records.

According to public records, Davis has worked for the city for 17 years and earned a salary of $43,768 in 2021.

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