Fourteen months ago, a judge ruled that Newark's Civilian Complaint Review Board would infringe on the day-to-day duties of the police chief or public safety director.
The city initially planned to layoff 112 police officers, 89 firefighters, and furlough hundreds of other employees to meet its budget shortfall. However, Mayor Andre Sayegh said Tuesday that police ...
John Spielman of Kinnelon found out the hard way that while there’s great compassion for treating drug addiction as a disease, there’s still a bull's-eye on drug dealers in Morris County.
An audience of police, prosecutors and advocates learned how the FBI enforces the federal color of law statute.
New numbers from AAA show there were over 4,000 crashes in the state involving deer just in a three-month span.
The bill would require the attorney general to investigate all police-involved fatal shootings.
Mayor Anthony Fanucci talks about how creating an enticing business environment has helped to gain national recognition for one of the state's largest, but lesser-known, cities.
NJ Spotlight's John Reitmeyer took a deep dive into the data after Princeton Township and Princeton Borough merged five years ago.
National night out is a festive event, but its mission of improving relations between police and the communities they serve is a serious one.
Harvey says real police reform takes time, and that means the city might not comply with the timeline laid out in its federal consent decree.
A recent ACLU report concludes that New Jersey police vastly under utilize diversionary programs that can keep youth out of jails and detention centers.
The bill would require educators to teach students the best way to interact with the police.
With the deadline for a government shutdown fast approaching. Gov. Christie has harsh words for the Assembly speaker over the budget impasse. Teaching kids how to interact with police. Is that the ...
Jersey City police caution jumping to conclusions regarding a video that shows police kicking a man.