Category: State News

Report Finds State Police In Compliance With Professional Standards

STATE — An Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) review released today found the New Jersey State Police is continuing to effectively handle allegations of trooper misconduct. The OSC review also identified a number of steps that can be taken to further improve state practices in this area, such as ensuring that the prosecution of trooper discipline cases and the impartial monitoring of those cases are not handled by the same office.

Senior-Living Community Hosts “Senior Scam” Prevention Seminar

LAKEWOOD — With approximately 31 percent of Ocean County’s population over 55 years old, scam artists have plagued the community and victimized its senior population. To educate the community about these criminals, Harrogate, a life care continuing care retirement community in Ocean County, recently hosted a “Senior Scam” prevention seminar with Sergeant Cindy Boyd of the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Senior Scam Task Force.

NJ State Police To Accept New Applicants In May

STATE – For the first time in more than two years, the New Jersey State Police will accept applications, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and State Police Superintendent Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes announced today. Applications will be accepted online at www.NJTrooper.com from May 7 through May 29.