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Governor Chris Christie holds his 130th Town Hall in Somerville, N.J. on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie holds his 130th Town Hall in Somerville, N.J. on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Gov. Christie’s security costs – should taxpayers pay for out-of-state services?

A report revealing the cost of Gov. Christie's security services has me questioning who should cover the growing 1.2 million dollar tab when he's spent so much time outside New Jersey.

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Private surveillance footage could help solve crimes, according to police

Imagine a database that lists every private surveillance system in your town, or in all of New Jersey. The move, to some, could be as seen as intrusive, but law enforcement officials claim it would help immensely in solving criminal cases.

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Dozens brawl at NYC racetrack casino as chairs go flying

NEW YORK (AP) -- Dozens of people got into a chair-flinging, glass-shattering midnight melee at a racetrack casino when patrons clashed at a daiquiri bar opening, police said Saturday.

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Body of woman missing since 2006 found in New Jersey woods

PEMBERTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey State Police say they have found the body of a woman who went missing nine years ago.

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Demonstrators march over the inbound lane of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York
Demonstrators march over the inbound lane of the Brooklyn Bridge last December in New York to protest the death of Eric Garner during an arrest. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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‘Hands-on’ policing – Survey shows atttudes differ by race, ethnicity

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Whites in the United States approve of police officers hitting people in far greater numbers than blacks and Hispanics do, at a time when the country is struggling to deal with police use of deadly force against men of color, according to a major American trend survey.

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(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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Fewer traffic tickets being issued by police across America

Have you noticed less drivers being pulled over on your commute home lately? According to a new TIME article, this is a nationwide trend and it's leaving some municipalities broke. Traffic and parking citations are down over 21% in Nevada.

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Police Car Emergency - Credit- iStock - 184422128.jpg
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Should 30 be the minimum age to become a cop? Vote on it here

In light of the recent tragedy in Staten Island involving a young cop drinking and driving, Dennis and Judi are proposing a change in how New Jersey hires police officers.

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Pedestrian struck after snow uncleared from car roof blinds driver

STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Snow sliding off a car's roof caused an accident that left a woman pinned under a car in a southern New Jersey hospital parking lot.

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Linden police officers (L-R) Frank Viggiano, Pedro Abad and Patrik Kudlac
Linden police officers (L-R) Frank Viggiano, Pedro Abad and Patrik Kudlac (AP Photo/Linden Police Department)
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A look at the 3 police officers and friend in fatal wrong-way crash

LINDEN, N.J. (AP) -- Four friends - three off-duty New Jersey police officers and a former county worker - were involved in a deadly wrong-way car crash with a tractor-trailer early Friday after a trip to a New York City strip club. Linden Officer Frank Viggiano and ex-county employee Joe Rodriguez were killed. The car's driver, Officer Pedro Abad, and fellow Officer Patrik Kudlac were fighting for their lives.

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License plate scanners go high tech as a law enforcement tool

Police officers in New Jersey have been able to "run your plates" for quite some time, but with an advanced piece of equipment that's gaining popularity across the state, they can do it much quicker and essentially without lifting a finger.

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