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Do Police Ticket Quotas Exist in NJ? [POLL/AUDIO]

Police departments around New Jersey are still utilizing what amounts to ticket quotas as a factor in measuring an officer's performance.

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Flickr User Mrjasonweaver
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Bill Would Let NJ Police Search Cellphones

Police in New Jersey might be allowed to search cellphones without a warrant after a motor vehicle crash.

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Firefighter (Flickr User Jason Edward Scott Bain)
Firefighter (Flickr User Jason Edward Scott Bain)
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Bill Would Help Spouses of Fallen Officers, Firefighters

New Jersey would provide lifetime workers compensation benefits to surviving spouses of fire and police personnel who die in the line of duty under a bill that has passed the full Assembly. The measure is sponsored by Assembly members Annette Quijano, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Jason O’Donnell, Ruben Ramos and Nelson Albano.

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NJ Court Upholds Police Use of “Flash-Bang” Device

New Jersey's Supreme Court has ruled police were within their rights to use a flash-bang device to search a drug suspect's home in 2007.

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Paramedics transport a child to Jersey Shore Medical Center after the child was hit by a moving vehicle. (The Lakewood Scoop)
Paramedics transport a child to Jersey Shore Medical Center after the child was hit by a moving vehicle. (The Lakewood Scoop)
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7-Year-Old Struck By Car In Lakewood

A 7-year-old suffered serious head and leg injuries last night in Lakewood after being struck by a vehicle.

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NJ Lawmaker Wants More Money to Hire Additional Police

A New Jersey U.S. Senator is leading the charge to maintain funding for a program that allows communities in the Garden State and across the county to hire local police officers.

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Surveilliance photo of Sarah Majoras crossing the bridge from New Hope, PA into Lambertville the nigtht of her disappearance.
Surveilliance photo of Sarah Majoras crossing the bridge from New Hope, PA into Lambertville the nigtht of her disappearance. (Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office)
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Search For Missing Lambertville Woman Focused On Nearby Canal [AUDIO]

As the search continues for Sarah Majoras of Lambertville, officials continue to focus on a canal area near the Delaware River that's close to where the woman lives.

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David Oliver, Getty Images
David Oliver, Getty Images
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Man Seeking Westwood Police Job Ends Up Arrested

A man seeking to become a police officer in northern New Jersey was arrested during his interview after authorities found he was wanted on a warrant stemming from a traffic violation several years earlier.

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Flickr User That Hartford Guy
Flickr User That Hartford Guy
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How Common Are Police Imposters In NJ? [AUDIO]

Phony cops making phony stops. It's a continuing problem in New Jersey, and you should know what to do if someone stops you and you're not sure they are legit.

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Would you pull Dennis and Judi's screener Katie over?
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Would you Pull Dennis and Judi’s Screener Katie Over? [PHOTOS, POLL]

A Voorhees township police officer got himself in hot water after using the state's motor vehicle data base to look up personal information about a female motorist which he later used to reach out to her on Facebook.

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