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Racial Justice

Racial Justice

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed and exacerbated racial disparities that have long plagued our country, and we have a moral obligation to address this problem.

Gun Violence

Gun Violence

Over the past decade, nearly 5,000 New Jersey residents have been killed by guns. This is more than a tragedy. It’s also a public health crisis.

Policing Policy

Policing Policy

The New Jersey Attorney General has the unique authority to issue statewide policy directives that apply to the New Jersey’s 38,000 state, county, and local police officers and 1,000 state, county, and municipal prosecutors.

Racial Justice

Racial Justice

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed and exacerbated racial disparities that have long plagued our country, and we have a moral obligation to address this problem.

Gun Violence

Gun Violence

Over the past decade, nearly 5,000 New Jersey residents have been killed by guns. This is more than a tragedy. It’s also a public health crisis.

Policing Policy

Policing Policy

The New Jersey Attorney General has the unique authority to issue statewide policy directives that apply to the New Jersey’s 38,000 state, county, and local police officers and 1,000 state, county, and municipal prosecutors.

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This weekend’s gun buy back in Camden was a success. We had a great turnout - so many firearms prevented from falling into the wrong hands.

A special thank you to @CooperHealthNJ and @VirtuaHealth for their generous donations that helped make this event possible.

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Stopped by Antioch Baptist Church in Camden to check out the gun buyback.
 
Was great to see everyone supporting today's event, including Acting @CamdenCoPros Jill Mayer, @CamdenCountyPD Chief Gabe Rodriguez, Sen. Nilsa Cruz-Perez, @AsmBillSpearman, and @BillMoen. Thanks to all!

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Today’s gun buyback in Trenton was a great success!
 
Many thanks to @MercerCoPros Ang Onofri and Pastor John Taylor of Friendship Baptist Church for hosting, and to Mayor @Gusciora, @NJSenTurner, and @AsmVerrelli for stopping by to show their support.

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Today we made history, hosting the largest single-day gun buyback New Jersey has ever seen.

Working with law enforcement, community members, and local officials, we're committed to ending gun violence in the Garden State.

A/ Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer showing Acting @NewJerseyOAG AG Andrew J. Bruck around the gun buy back at Camden's Antioch Baptist Church, happening until 4 p.m.

9 counties. 10 sites. The largest single-day gun buyback in New Jersey's history.
 
It's all part of the @GovMurphy Administration's effort to end gun violence in New Jersey.
 
Sites open until 4 pm today. Details here: http://njoag.gov/gunbuyback

Our latest "NJ Officers of the Week" are tackling homelessness and helping those in need.

This week, we're recognizing Sgt. Pauling and Ofc. Singletary of @RahwayPolice, who partnered with a social worker to support the most vulnerable members of their community. Thank you!

We’re working with local communities to keep their streets safe. Our latest project: We’ve dismantled a drug trafficking network that endangered Salem City with fentanyl, heroin, cocaine -- and multiple illegal firearms.
https://www.njoag.gov/acting-ag-bruck-announces-takedown-of-11-members-of-salem-city-drug-ring-and-seizure-of-multiple-firearms/

TOMORROW turn in your firearms for up to $250 per weapon in Asbury Park, Camden, Carneys Point, Bridgeton, Englewood, Somerset and Trenton. http://njoag.gov/gunbuyback

We’re putting money back in people’s pockets.
 
Today, we secured a $175k settlement with a telecom contractor that underpaid its workers and submitted false claims. Because every person deserves fair pay for honest work. https://www.njoag.gov/acting-ag-bruck-announces-175000-false-claims-act-settlement-with-telecommunications-contractor-accused-of-failing-to-pay-prevailing-wages/

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Victim Information:

1) How to file a domestic violence restraining order; 2) resources for domestic violence victims; and 3) petitioning the court to dissolve the no contact order for defendants/juveniles released from custody due to public health emergency credits.

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