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  Specialized Crimes Bureau  
  The Specialized Crimes Bureau is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of six different areas: Alcohol Beverage Control, Cargo Theft, Casino Prosecutions, Environmental Crimes, Labor Prosecutions, and Motor Vehicle Commission.  In addition, the Bureau Chief of the Specialized Crimes Bureau is also responsible for the operation of the Atlantic City Violent Crime Task Force.   
  The Alcohol Beverage Control Unit is responsible for investigating criminal and administrative violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act   
  The Cargo Theft Unit is responsible to provide investigative and prosecutorial support to the New Jersey State Police Cargo Theft Unit.   
  The Casino Prosecutions Unit is responsible for the prosecution of all indictable criminal offenses occurring on the casino floor or otherwise relating to the gaming activities of Atlantic City’s licensed casinos.   
  The Environmental Crimes Unit is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of violations of the State’s water pollution, air pollution, hazardous waste and solid waste laws, as well as traditional crimes that have an impact on public health and safety and the environment.  
  The Labor Prosecutions Unit is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of individuals involved in committing frauds against the New Jersey Department of Labor, such as unemployment insurance and disability insurance fraud.    
  The Motor Vehicle Commission Unit is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of criminal conduct which affects the operation of the Motor Vehicle Commission.  These investigations focus upon identity theft, computer fraud, and document fraud cases to protect the integrity of the Motor Vehicle Commission and documents issued and issued by this agency.   
  The Atlantic City Violent Crime Task Force is responsible for investigating and prosecuting crimes occurring in and around the City of Atlantic City which have a negative impact on the tourism industry in Atlantic City organizations.  
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