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Gov. Wolf, NJ Police: No Known Threats After Paris AttacksGov. Tom Wolf and New Jersey State Police say after the recent deadly attacks in Paris there is no credible threat at this time.
NJ Officer's Act Of Kindness Liked By Hundreds On Social MediaA trooper's act of kindness to a woman last week has earned hundreds of Facebook likes and dozens of shares.
NJ State Trooper Helps Save Life Of Baby GirlPolice say a New Jersey state trooper is credited with saving the life of an infant girl after she was found unresponsive in Alexandria Township.
New Jersey State Police Adding 200 Patrols For Labor Day WeekendThe state police marine and aviation units will also be patrolling waterways.
2 NJ Troopers Credited With Helping Save Man's Life By Performing CPR On TurnpikePolice are lauding the efforts of two troopers who are credited with saving a man’s life on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Cops: Female Duo Accused Of Stealing Over $1,600 Worth Of Baby FormulaNew Jersey State Police are searching for a female duo accused of stealing over $1,600 worth of baby formula from an Acme in Cape May County.
New Jersey To Spend $4 Million On Police Body CamerasNew Jersey will set aside $4 million to make sure every state police officer is equipped with a body cam.
South Jersey Practices For Shore Evacuation, Just In CaseNo roads have been closed by the drills, which will wind down by mid to late afternoon. But drivers can see increased activity along major highways like route 47 and the Atlantic City Expressway.
Flags To Be Lowered For NJ Trooper Killed In CrashFlags at all state buildings in New Jersey will be lowered to half-staff on Thursday to honor a state trooper who was killed when his cruiser struck a deer last weekend.
Flags Fly At Half Staff After NJ Trooper Killed In CrashAt New Jersey State Police’s Hamilton Station flags flew at half-staff Monday to honor fallen trooper Anthony Raspa.
New Jersey Troopers Remaining In Baltimore Until TuesdayNew Jersey state troopers are remaining in Baltimore until at least next week.
Christie Sending New Jersey State Police To Riot-Ravaged BaltimoreDuring a series of Tweets Tuesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that 150 State Troopers and other personnel will be sent to Baltimore to assist the riot-ravaged city.
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