Fifty new officers joined Jersey City’s Police Department Monday, expanding the city’s ranks to 945 officers in total at a time when the city's crime rate has been on the decline.
Newark has gained a victory in its battle with its police union over a civilian review board.
Assembly committee debates eight-bill package meant to further lock down laws concerning firearms, hears opinions from gun owners and those in favor of more restrictions.
About 50 of the 731 Custom and Border Protection officers have been temporarily reassigned from New Jersey to the Southern border.
An international summit discusses issues surrounding increased attacks against people of faith around the world and what can be done to protect houses of worship and worshippers.
A new bill will require most hotels to provide their workers with wearable panic buttons to summon help in an emergency.
State lawmakers voted in favor of a measure that would make it easier to expunge certain criminal records, particularly of individuals with past marijuana offenses.
East Orange officials, the Essex County sheriff and Sen. Bob Menendez push to regulate the sale of toy and imitation guns.
The Craft method is giving a new set of tools to those dealing with someone who has a substance use disorder.
Witnesses make a case against solitary confinement at a Senate Law and Public Safety Committee hearing.
Assemblyman Parker Space is backing county leaders in their opposition to what they call a “sanctuary state scheme." Will voters in the North Jersey county get to vote on sanctuary state status?
Advocates argue expanding driver’s license access would increase highway safety and allow unauthorized immigrants to participate more fully in the state economy.
The state and protesters share the goals of lowering recidivism rates and ending the disproportionate number of black and Latino youth going in to the system. But while the state wants to build new, ...
Lawmakers approve a bill requiring the development of curriculum for all public school students in New Jersey, including pre-K.
FBI Special Agent Erik Negron says the food chain is under attack. At a security seminar in Vineland, experts lead a workshop to raise awareness about agroterrorism to prevent attacks against food ...