A Bramnick-hosted panel on hate speech consisted of two former New Jersey attorneys general, along with current AG Gurbir Grewal, inclusion expert Meryl Chertoff and former political director of ...
The Camden County Police are learning lessons in force and de-escalation through using the VirTra 300, a simulator designed to prepare them for real-life scenarios they may face on the job.
Cape May County has filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Gurbir Grewal over his decision to terminate agreements between county jails and federal immigration authorities.
Paterson is looking to use funds from a $150,000 state grant and a separate federal grant to establish Opioid Response Teams that will respond to overdose calls.
Federal prosecutors say they will retry the former police chief in Bordentown Township after a jury deadlocked on hate crime and civil rights charges.
New Jersey's resiliency program ultimately aims to prevent officers from committing suicide by requiring every law enforcement agency to have at least one police officer who doubles as a resiliency ...
Pallone says he's optimistic about the bill's chances in gaining across-the-aisle support in the Senate, especially after President Donald Trump voiced support for lowering drug prices.
Over 102,000 people are denied the right to vote in New Jersey because of a criminal conviction, but a pending piece of legislation is looking to change that.
In a recent interview with Michael Aron, Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle discussed her bill to create a year-long pilot program to set up four safe injection sites around the state.
The New Jersey Forest Fire Service on Monday prohibited all fires in wooded areas of Warren, Sussex, Morris, Passaic, Hunterdon and Somerset counties.
In a move that’s likely to escalate an ongoing feud over immigration enforcement in the state, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is blocking two counties from cooperating with federal ...
Juul, the nation’s largest maker of e-cigarettes, announced Wednesday it will stop advertising in the United States amid widespread concerns about the safety of vaping.
The goal of the intervention programs is to reach victims of gun violence at the time of injury, combining counseling and social services to change attitudes and prevent retaliation.
Funding will be distributed to correctional facilities based on the size of the incarcerated population and create "critical community partnerships."
Experts estimate it will take $8 billion over the next decade to bring water systems in the state up to snuff.