Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards

OLEPS Library

OLEPS Library

Use the expandable sections below to browse through our growing library. If you do not find what you’re looking for or are unsure of what you need please contact us.

Publications

Executive Order No. 211 Study – An analysis of the potential challenges and benefits of Criminal Justice Reform 11.30.16

FAQs

When and why was the Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards (OLEPS) established?
OLEPS was created in 2009 by the Law Enforcement Professional Standards Act of 2009.

Are there units within the Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards (OLEPS) that handle specific duties?
Yes. OLEPS is comprised of three units: Legal, Investigative and Analytic units. Learn more here.

What type of reports does Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards (OLEPS) publish and where can I find them?
OLEPS publishes three biannual reports: The OLEPS Monitoring Report; the OLEPS Aggregate Report of Traffic Enforcement Activities; and the Aggregate Report on Misconduct Investigations, which includes aggregate data on administrative disciplinary matters filed. These reports can be found in our online library.

What does Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards (OLEPS) offer law enforcement in New Jersey?
OLEPS analyzes policy and practices of local law enforcement as well as performing certain law enforcement trend analysis.

Directives/Guidelines
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