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Stationhouse Adjustment/Curbside Warning Quarterly Reports
On a quarterly basis, each state, county, and local law enforcement agency shall report to the Division of Criminal Justice and County Prosecutor (in their jurisdiction) anonymized information about each stationhouse adjustment in effect with that agency in the prior quarter and cumulative curbside warning data. The data submitted will be made publicly available.


1st Quarter: January 1 – March 31

2nd Quarter: April 1 – June 30 

3rd Quarter: July 1 – September 30 

4th Quarter: October l – December 31

*Data will be updated continually upon receipt.

Attorney General's Directives
Attorney General's Guidelines
Crime Victim’s Guide to Criminal Justice
DCJ Academy Course Catalog

DCJ Training Academy

The DCJ Academy, a Police Training Commission certified academy, conducts a wide range of in-service and pre-service training programs for the state’s law enforcement and criminal justice communities, including state and county investigators, deputy attorneys general, assistant prosecutors, municipal and county police, police executives, arson investigators, and corrections personnel.
To help ensure that all prosecutor’s offices are receiving uniform training, the Academy has become the sole provider of all basic training for county prosecutors’ detectives and investigators, as well as basic training for state investigators. In addition, a one-week basic training program is conducted for all newly-appointed assistant prosecutors.
The Academy also conducts programs, such as arson investigation courses, police internal affairs training, physical conditioning instructor training, and firearms instructor courses, which are required by state statute or directive, as well as many other specialized programs not available at local and county training facilities. Among the specialized programs are a community policing program, a police chiefs orientation program, police management workshops, and crime analysis for police officers.



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Firearms Information
Firearms Qualifications
Law Enforcement Directory
DCJ Major Discipline Reporting

Internal Affairs Policies & Procedures at Section 9.11.2 requires agencies to publish on their website a synopsis of information regarding officers who receive major discipline, no later than January 31st of the following year.


June 15, 2020 to December 31, 2020

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NJSP Uniform Crime Reports
OIFP Law Enforcement Resources
OPRA (Open Public Records Act)
Police Resources
State Medical Examiner Guide
Victim Witness Advocacy Brochure

See Crime Victims Bill of Rights

Megan’s Law Information

See Megan’s Law

Bias Incident Reporting Form

Memorandum of Agreement Between Education and Law Enforcement Officials

NJ Cares About Bullying Brochure

V.I.N.E. - Victim Information and Notification Everyday

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