New Jersey Office of Justice Data

Office of Justice Data

Office of Justice Data

The Office of Justice Data coordinates data collection and analysis across the Department of Law and Public Safety, including its criminal, civil, and regulatory agencies. Launched in 2021, OJD focuses on promoting transparency and accountability through timely and accessible public data releases, and particularly in the areas related to criminal justice. OJD also works to ensure that policymaking across the Department is rooted in data and rigorous statistical analysis.

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Recent News

Acting AG Platkin Launches New Dashboard Detailing Information on Police Internal Affairs Investigations Statewide

For Immediate Release: September 7, 2022 Office of the Attorney General- Matthew J. Platkin, Acting Attorney GeneralOffice of Public Integrity and Accountability- Thomas J. Eicher, Executive DirectorOffice of Justice Data- Kristin Golden, PhD, Chief Data OfficerFor...

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Career Opportunities

#22-582: Administrative Analyst 2 OR Administrative Analyst 3 (3 Vacancies – Trenton, NJ) (Repost)
These classified positions are open to current State employees with permanent service in a competitive title, or the approved non-competitive or bridge titles, who meet the requirements. If qualified, please send a cover letter indicating interest in job vacancy announcement #22-582 and a current resume on or before the closing date of December 1, 2022. This is a repost of vacancy announcement #22-405; previous applicants need not reapply.

#22-407: Analyst Trainee (2 Vacancies – Office of Justice Data – Trenton, NJ)
These classified positions are open to applicants with a Bachelor’s degree. If qualified, please send a cover letter indicating interest in job vacancy announcement #22-407, a copy of your college diploma or unofficial transcript with date degree awarded, and type of degree conferred (one is required for consideration), and current resume on or before the closing date of November 26, 2022. Applicants must submit proof of the Bachelor’s degree to be considered.  A copy of your college diploma or final unofficial transcripts, which indicates the date your degree was awarded and type of degree conferred must be submitted with your resume. Failure to provide proof of Bachelor’s degree completion will result in disqualification from consideration.   Matriculating students cannot be considered.

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