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The comprehensive monthly report breaks down the number of guns recovered by county and city and additionally lists the type and caliber of gun, number of individuals arrested with more than one crime gun, total crime guns recovered, and a breakdown of shooting victims. The report will also identify the “Source States” of crime guns. The NJGUNStat Quarterly report lists the top 15 “Source States” from where these guns originate.
State, County, and
Municipal EmployeesOfficial Misconduct
“No Show Jobs”
Contact the New Jersey State Police Official Corruption Bureau at:
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A proactive comprehensive and collaborative approach. "OPERATION RISE" facilitates recovery support services to individuals and their families in communities served by the New Jersey State Police.
- Provide linkage to care for both individuals and the families impacted by substance use disorder
- Reduce recidivism rates of crime associated with drug use
- Reduce stigma associated with the disease of addiction
- Reduce stigma associated with law enforcement's role
When treatment and support is what is needed most call Operation RISE
In recent months, a nationwide trend has started impacting New Jersey, where thieves are targeting Kia and Hyundai vehicles due to a viral social media "challenge" known as the "Kia Challenge".
Affected residents should visit the Kia and Hyundai websites listed below to obtain free anti-theft software upgrades and steering wheel locks offered by the vehicle manufacturers.
The purpose of this public portal is to receive comments regarding an agency's compliance with CALEA standards, engagement in the service community, delivery of public safety services, and overall candidacy for accredited status.
The 2023 28th Annual Advanced Homicide Investigation Conference will be held from June 12th-16th, 2023 at Princeton, NJ. Please see attached information and contact HomicideConference@njsp.gov for any further information.
Program Dates: 2023 - July 31st - August 4th and August 7th - August 11th
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