- 08/16/2015 – 09:31
In a move that clearly reflected the tough stand taken by the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office to
- 02/26/2015 – 12:51
From March 2015, employers in New Jersey will no longer be able to inquire about the criminal bac
- 11/10/2014 – 13:40
With recent events such as those in Ferguson, Missouri, law enforcement personnel have come under greatly heightened scrutiny. Now, in New Jersey, a proposal is being put forth requiring body cams for all New Jersey officers.
- 08/20/2014 – 11:04
Early in the morning of July 13 of this year, officers responded to a robbery that was taking place at a Walgreen’s in Jersey City. During the resulting firefight, officer Melvin Santiago was slain and the shooter, one Lawrence Campbell was subsequently killed by police.
- 07/10/2014 – 10:16
You’ve seen the reports, “Poorest cities in America” or “Most dangerous American cities”, but one city consistently ranks high on them all. Camden, New Jersey is a city in crisis that may only barely qualify as a part of civilization.
- 05/05/2014 – 08:12
New Jersey keeps minors who commit criminal offenses at their homes and in their familiar environment instead of locking them up in detention centers. Since using this approach the number of crimes committed by minors has significantly decreased.
- 03/12/2014 – 13:16
Police also recovered more than 150 cars, less than 20% had been taken from the driver at gun-point; the rest had been stolen off of carriers or were taken while unattended. This ring had a particular interest in luxury SUVs; these vehicles are a hot commodity in some African territories, sometimes fetching over $100,000! This is a serious markup for the “shipper” who buys the cars from thieves for an average of $6,000.
- The Study Reveals that New Jersey Parole Officers Do not Maintain the Regular in Person Contact with Their Sex Offenders’ Parolees03/06/2014 – 14:18
The latest study discovered that law enforcement officers did not conduct the required personal visits with sexual offenders and other released convicted criminals who are currently under monthly supervision, which could put a safety of residents at risk and also jeopardize the positive outcome of rehabilitation activities.
- New Jersey Officials Enlisting Civilian ‘Eyes’ as First Line of Defense against Super Bowl Sex Trafficking02/09/2014 – 09:52
Sex trafficking is one of the most serious human rights violations in the world. New Jersey law enforcement is concentrating their efforts on educating service industry workers how to spot victims during the 2014 Super Bowl festivities. The Super Bowl is one of the largest sporting events in the world; it draws nearly a half a million men and some come to town and some aren’t interested in football.
- 12/02/2013 – 09:37
German firearms manufacturer, Armatix GmbH is targeting the U.S. market and will likely begin selling their ip1 pistol in America by the end of 2013. The ip1 gun is one of the few personalized weapons that will soon be coming to market. When the gun-owner is ready to fire the weapon, a code must be entered into a wristwatch-like device to unlock the gun; in order to fire; the pistol must remain with 10 inches of the wristwatch.
- 10/14/2013 – 12:26
Stephen Lukash III offers his best advice as top DWI attorney in New Jersey. Drivers often forget their right to remain silent. Regardless of the type of questions an officer asks you, you should exercise your right to remain silent and call an attorney.