MORRIS COUNTY — The N.J. Police Community Affairs Officers Association held the Spring 2019 Graduation Ceremony for its Law Enforcement Career Development Course.
This session hosted by the Bergen County Sheriffs & Prosecutors Offices graduated diverse students from more than 30 colleges and universities. These students completed 10 weeks of intense preparation to become law enforcement officers.
This is the 10th year running the program throughout the region. To date they have graduated more than 800 college students who have attended this free training.
Their goal is to prepare an educated, professional, diverse workforce for the future of law enforcement.
Law Enforcement partners of the program include the N.J. State Police, NJ Attorney General, NJ Department of Corrections, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), NJ Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association, Hispanic American Law Enforcement Association, Blacks in Law Enforcement Serving the Community (BLESC), Port Authority Police Hispanic Officers Society, Port Authority Police BiState Coalition, Italian American Police Society of N.J., international Council of Women in Law Enforcement along with a number of local, state and county law enforcement agencies.
For more information on N.J. Police Community Affairs Officers Association call (973) 298-0746.