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.
Recalling the attacks on Bergen County synagogues soon after he came into office, Attorney General Jeff Chiesa said his department took swift action when those incidents happened and will continue to ...
Asm. Upendra Chivukula New Jersey's Indian community has joined forces with people of all faiths to remember victims of the Sikh massacre in Wisconsin.
With over four dozen organized hate groups that meet in new Jersey, Detective Dave D'Amico, a member of the New Jersey Bias Crimes Association says the Garden State if far from being immune to hate ...
Camden’s mayor Dana Redd is calling for a new county police force -- the Camden Metro Police Division. The new formation means the city’s police force will get pink slips.
A bi-partisan group of legislators stood behind Gov. Chris Christie as he signed a bill that expands the rights of crime victims.
Senator Jennifer Beck says parents across the state are truly frightened that identifying their children with a red sticker or red decal will put them in harm’s way.
New Jersey’s leading lawmakers like Senators Menendez and Lautenberg challenge lax gun laws.
New Jersey’s Sikh community is reacting to yesterday’s massacre at a gurudwara in Wisconsin.
Municipalities throughout the state will be holding anti-crime events Aug. 7 as part of the 29th National Night Out campaign.
Attorney General Jeff Chiesa held a press conference in Trenton to explain the charges against Assemblyman Robert Schroeder. He allegedly wrote bad checks to investors totaling $400,000.
Camden has had 39 murders so far this year. July's 13 murders is the most for the month since 1948 when a serial killer struck.
Attorney General Jeff Chiesa announced criminal charges against two state troopers who allegedly led a high-speed escort down the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike in March.