Questions still remain about how many of the city of Camden's 270 officers will be rehired to join the new county police force.
Asbury Park has had 43 shootings this year and many view the city as unsafe, which worries those with businesses in the city as well as city officials.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-37) says the first step in tackling the problem is raising awareness that human trafficking is taking place right here in New Jersey.
After several attempted abductions in Bergen and Passaic counties, area police are asking residents to be vigilant, watch their children closely and report suspicious activity.
Dominick Marino, President of the Professional Firefighters Assoc. of NJ, took the governor to task on his treatment of the state’s firefighters.
Alexander Shalom, policy counsel for ACLU-NJ, says the New Jersey State Police have failed to release public information about their policies.
Asw. Annette Quijano, chair of the Assembly Homeland Security and Preparedness Committee, says the goal is to get residents the information they need to be prepared for emergencies.
The ACLU has filed a lawsuit against the New Jersey State Police, saying it does not openly provide promotion records or information about how promotions work.
PBA Local 134 Vice President Michael Doyle says Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan has said untruths about the sheriff's department and has abused her power.
If it becomes law, people who call 911 to report a drug overdose would be protected against arrest or prosecution.
Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan has filed a lawsuit to block the merger of the county police and the sheriff's department that the county freeholders have approved.
Fines totaling $45,000 have been issued against New Jersey halfway houses for failing to report escapes in a timely manner.
Assemblyman Daniel Benson, a member of the Law and Public Safety Committee, says the fines levied against some of New Jersey's halfway houses are a first step to ensuring public safety, though reforms ...
New Jersey Public Defender Joseph Krakora explains changes to police and court procedures with eyewitnesses, including special jury instructions informing them of memory issues.
Attorney General Jeff Chiesa speaks about allocating resources, the joyride on the GSP involving state troopers and cracking down on consumer fraud.