As the number of data breaches and threats from online child predators continue to rise amid the ongoing Covid pandemic, Acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck Oct. 29 urged New Jerseyans to make cybersecurity a priority in their daily lives.
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Acting New Jersey Attorney General Andrew Bruck and Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Rachael Honig announced the creation of a statewide task force to enhance gun violence investigations and prosecutions.
As New Jersey heads into the final weeks of summer, police departments across the state Aug. 20 kicked off the annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” traffic safety campaign aimed at reducing crashes through the busy Labor Day weekend.
Acting Gov. Sheila Oliver Aug. 11 signed legislation (S2924/A4663) creating a two-year “Restorative and Transformative Justice for Youths and Communities” pilot program in the Juvenile Justice Commission, at the Office of the Attorney General.
A 25-year-old man died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at a Woodbine campground July 11.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal July 8 announced the launch of the New Jersey State Police Traffic Stop Dashboard.
As New Jersey implements the state’s new adult-use cannabis law, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced June 15 that the Division of Consumer Affairs issued warning letters to businesses that claim to offer free “gifts” of marijuana or cannabis items with purchases of snacks, baked goods or other products.
About 40-50 Ocean City School District alumni, parents, and concerned community members staged a “peaceful protest” June 4, at the Ocean City Education Foundation’s “Health, Well-being and Happiness” dinner honoring Superintendent Kathleen Taylor, who is retiring after 15 years leading the district.
The Middle Township Police Department has been awarded grant funding totaling $130,432 for the purchase of new body-worn cameras.