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Chris Christie Defends Use of State Police on Trips

Gov. Chris Christie is defending his use of New Jersey state police for security as he makes campaign appearances for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and other Republican candidates.

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ACLU Has Facts Wrong in Lawsuit, State Police Say

New Jersey state police say the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union was mistaken when it sued over a rule banning political pins and buttons from the State House.

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NJ State Police Applicants Vie for Jobs

Some 8,500 applicants are taking the next step toward getting a job with the New Jersey State Police.

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State Police Cars Hit By Erratic Driver

A driver has crashed into two New Jersey State Police cars in an incident that led a trooper to fire a gun.

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State Police Seek Hit & Run Driver As One Victim Dies

New Jersey State Police have released new information about a vehicle involved in a Saturday morning on I-676 in Camden as one of the victims dies from her injuries.

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Drunk, Distracted and Drowsy Drivers Beware…

Memorial Day is just weeks away, and for New Jersey, that equates to the unofficial start of summer. It's also the heaviest driving season, and law enforcement is aware of that fact.

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NJ Lawmakers Plan Hearing on High-Speed Caravan

New Jersey lawmakers have asked the chief of the state police to explain how troopers provided an escort for a caravan of sports cars that zipped down the Garden State Parkway in March at speeds over 100 mph.

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Attorney General Jeff Chiesa
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Unauthorized Police Escort Risked Safety, Says Attorney General

Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa says his agency acted swiftly in its investigation of an unauthorized high-speed police escort of sports cars to Atlantic City because public safety was put at risk.

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NJ State Police Effectively Handling Misconduct Allegations [AUDIO]

A new report from the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) found the New Jersey State Police is continuing to effectively handle allegations of trooper misconduct, while also continuing to comply with professional standards concerning racial profiling.

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State Police Complying With Standards, Review Says

An Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) review released today found the New Jersey State Police continues to effectively handle allegations of trooper misconduct concerning racial profiling.

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