NJLINCS, the New Jersey Local Information Network and Communications System, is a statewide system that supports public health planning, coordination and communications throughout the 21 counties in New Jersey.
- LINCS is an electronic information system that utilizes internet-based technologies. It is used to support interactive reporting, health data analysis, and for the quick and accurate dissemination of public health information.
- Community Health Alert and Information Network, or CHAIN, is a contact listing and network of government agencies, health care facilities, public health and health care professionals, educational institutions, law enforcement, and community organizations created to build a more informed and prepared community.
- The Passaic County LINCS Coordinator can receive and transmit messages to the CHAIN via wireless operations regardless of location. Through system and personnel back-up, this function does not singularly depend on any person, place, machine, or piece of equipment
LINCS Message Categories
- News Releases
Typical Origins of LINCS Messages
- Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS)
- Office of the Attorney General Office of County Terrorism (OCT Bulletins)
- US Department of Justice
- Food and Drug Administration
To register yourself or your organization for the CHAIN, please fill out the form below.
For information on the LINCS system please contact: