NJ State Police
Breaking down on a Jersey highway: The Dos and Don’ts
It may sound like an odd question but think about it: Do you know what to do if your car breaks down on a major highway in the Garden State?
‘Women’s March’ celebrates NJ cop-killer fugitive as a feminist icon
The political group behind the January women's march on Washington is defending its celebration of a fugitive from New Jersey who was convicted of killing a State Trooper.
NJ’s ‘blue holes’ — refreshing, but deadly quarries
They look like a slice of paradise that magically appeared right here in the Garden State, but they've proven deadly and dangerous, and you're being warned to stay away.
He’s no Obama — NJ State Police leader applauds Trump on Cuba
The superintendent of the NJ State Police on Friday applauded President Trump for demanding that Cuba return fugitive Joanne Chesimard.
Boating while intoxicated could lead to loss of driving privileges in NJ
A warning to New Jersey residents: If you're heading out onto the water, don't drink and drive a boat!
After latest UK terror attack, NJ cops say stay vigilant and prepared
The London terror attack points up the importance of having a family communication plan and to take note of one's surroundings.
Another NJ trooper accused of pulling over women to hit on them
Trooper Eric Richardson is alleged to have pulled over two women on multiple occasions in an effort to see the women socially and using his position to help them get out of traffic violations and other issues.
NJ to demolish hundreds of abandoned buildings — $11.5M bid to help Trenton
New Jersey will spend $11.5 million to knock down nearly 500 abandoned buildings in Trenton, part of a broader plan to improve its blighted capital city.
NJ missing persons event provided police with new DNA info
Hope, encouragement tears and some new info at a special Missing in NJ event.