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Report: N.J. Police Fatalities Rise In 2011 [AUDIO]

 

Nationwide, 173 police officers died in the line of duty, up 13% from 153 the year before, according to numbers as of today.

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Red Light Camera
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The Year Of The Jersey Red Light Camera

"Big Brother" is watching you, New Jersey drivers...more than ever. And, you're going to pay.

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Out of Work Cops Might Get Some Help

The Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee has approved a bill that would exempt police officers who were laid-off for budget or efficiency reasons from retaking the basic police training course, if they’re rehired by their former agency or find a job with a new agency within five years from the date their employment was terminated. Under the current Police Training Commission policy, a police officer who has a break in service of more than three years is required to retake the basic training course.

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Flickr user niteowl7710
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Two NJ Officers Injured When Cruisers Collide

Two New Jersey police officers were hospitalized after their cruisers collided as they rushed to help other officers who were pursuing a burglary suspect on foot.

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Flickr User Ian Britton
Flickr User Ian Britton
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NJ Cop Layoffs Cut Arrests for Minor Offenses

Police in five New Jersey cities where departments have had deep layoffs are making fewer arrests for minor offenses -- a trend that experts fear could lead to a rise in the most serious crimes.

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Off-Duty Newark Cop Killed in Paterson Robbery

Police in New Jersey's largest city are mourning a colleague.

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The Power Of Yes Sir No Sir

When I learned to drive my father was too nervous to get behind the wheel with me.  My always calm mother did that.

However, there are 3 important “rules of the road” my Dad did teach me, and after30 years of driving I still hear him in my head:

  • “drive careful”
  • “look out for deer”
  • “if you get pulled over just answer yes sir no sir”

The latter came in handy about a year ago when on two different occasions I was pulled over by the same officer for “rolling” through a stop sign.  “So the car can stop, you just chose to let it roll” the officer said once I rolled down my window.  I s

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Flickr User Mark Fonseca Rendeiro
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NJ Law Agencies Will Get $3.6M for Body Armor

State officials will distribute nearly $3.6 million to more than 500 New Jersey law enforcement agencies to buy or replace body armor vests for their officers.

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