Forums held around the state, like the one at Rutgers School of Criminal Justice in Newark, are bridging communication barriers between groups in urban cities that have historically not spoken to each ...
Some immigrant detention centers apply New Jersey prison laws.
Trenton and Mercer County officials say they’re confident they’ll house all of them by the end of the year.
Over the last three years New Jersey has reduced its prison population by nearly 10 percent, second most in the entire country. At the same time crime continues to fall to the tune of 20 percent.
Sen. Weinberg announced legislation to require firearms retailers offer smart guns.
Four buildings owned by Realty Management Associates were found to be in violation of multiple codes.
Newarkers shared their stories of police encounters at a forum sponsored by Newark Communities for Accountable Policing.
Vehicles equipped with advanced computer systems that collects a variety of data, including driver habits.
AAA utilized a five-point scale for their study on hands-free technology, with one being the least distracting and five being the most, to gauge the effectiveness of voice-activated systems. Lewis ...
Passaic residents have complained about open-air drug sales and general quality of life concerns.
For the first time, Gov. Christie was overridden by the state Senate.
The drug court rrogram allows first-time, nonviolent drug offenders to trade jail time for treatment.
According to the Fair Share Housing Network, over the next ten years they'll be a need for over 200,000 homes.
The US Sentencing Commission is reducing the punishment for 6,000 offenders – many of them non-violent drug inmates.
New jersey has 5,540 registered patients participating in the medicinal marijuana program, according to the state DOH.