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24 Diverse NJ Organizations Back AG's Police Transparency Directive

The ACLU of New Jersey, on behalf of itself and 23 diverse organizations throughout the state, filed briefs supporting statewide directives requiring the state to release information about police officers subjected to major discipline, recognizing the dire consequences of keeping this information behind closed doors. More »

AG's Policy to Disclose Officer Misconduct is an Important Step Toward Accountability

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal issued an order Monday, June 15, requiring police departments in the state to disclose the names of officers who commit serious misconduct, a step to bring greater transparency to police. More »

Court Lays Out Fairer Process for Release of People in Prison During Pandemic

New Jersey courts will now provide important due process protections in state's efforts to hasten release of people from prison amid COVID-19 epidemic. More »

Lifesaving Bill Could Slow Coronavirus by Lowering NJ's Prison Population

The ACLU-NJ, Salvation and Social Justice, and New Jersey Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement strongly praised a bill intended to limit the public health crisis in New Jersey’s prisons by releasing people who would be eligible for release within a year quickly, fairly, and safely.  More »

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