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City to hire police officers ahead of schedule December 2, 2015 
Paid sick leave plan advances in NJ Legislature October 27, 2014 
Newark seeks to slash cops' pay, hire 65 more officers in 2015 October 22, 2014 
10 N.J. police departments awarded $12.2M to hire, rehire officers September 30, 2014 
Camden Turns Around With New Police Force August 31, 2014 
Four new cops to patrol Asbury’s streets August 4, 2014 
Auxiliary police officers win-win July 25, 2014 
Salem County F.O.P. to discuss assault on police officer: What do you want to know? July 17, 2014 
With councilman gone, Franklin Borough hopes to restore its image July 9, 2014 
Officials say Wildwood PD is understaffed and overworked  July 8, 2014 
Former Berkeley Heights police chief sues town to get his job back July 6, 2014 
NJ gov. signs bill capping police, fire raises June 26, 2014 
Franklin Council removes police officers' raises from agenda  June 25, 2014 
Christie signs arbitration cap extension for New Jersey police, firefighters June 24, 2014 
Bills on pay equity, cap on raises for police, firefighters advance in N.J. Legislature June 16, 2014 
Teaneck police officers' overtime claims rejected by appeals court June 11, 2014 
Mount Olive police, town avoid friction, agree to 2 percent pay raises April 28, 2014 
Police union comes to defense of Franklin officer April 2, 2014 
Freehold Township police staffing drives municipal tax hike April 1, 2014 
Paterson council candidates give their thoughts on police and fire contracts April 1, 2014 
Englewood Cliffs police contract eliminates deputy post, banking of OT March 31, 2014 
Christie vetoes bill that would have loosened limits on police, firefighter raises March 27, 2014 
Fort Lee Police chief gets new contract  February 28, 2014 
Military Leave Cops Reinstated, Police Chief Retires January 9, 2014 
Parsippany Police File Grievance for Withheld Off-Duty Pay January 7, 2014 
Township Council votes to keep police chief, not create public safety director December 6, 2013 
Layoffs avoided for Atlantic City firefighters — for now  December 3, 2013 
Jersey City council members, police union prez bicker over off-duty jobs November 26, 2013 
Vineland approves updates to salary ranges for police, EMTs November 13, 2013 
Newark Police bolster ranks, hire nine laid-off police officers November 11, 2013 
Township, Police Reach Agreement on 5-Year Contract October 28, 2013 
Police and fire contracts settled October 18, 2013 
New Union To Represent Camden Police Officers October 5, 2013 
Paterson faces potential massive increase in police overtime budget October 4, 2013 
Wave of reforms result in lower salaries for police and firefighters September 2, 2013 
Merger of Jersey City police and fire departments takes step forward July 31, 2013 
Linden gets $2.4M federal grant, will hire 12 firefighters just months after layoffs loomed July 26, 2013 
With SAFER Grant Ending, N.J. City Looks to Layoffs July 24, 2013 
Atlantic City may have to lay off firefighters after adding 27 July 23, 2013 
Fees paid to Elmwood Park Police to increase July 23, 2013 
Judge orders DRPA to negotiate July 22, 2013 
HAMILTON: Township, police reach pact July 11, 2013 
Ruling upheld on Garfield police chief's violation of state labor law July 10, 2013 
Morristown Approves Police Contract, Salaries for Elected Officials July 2, 2013 
Morristown council approves police contract with reduced longevity payments, report says June 28, 2013 
Medford reaches agreement on new police contract June 27, 2013 
Town Reaches Tentative Deal with Princeton Police Union June 25, 2013 
Princeton officials hail new contract that cuts police longevity pay June 24, 2013 
PRINCETON: Police reach a contrac June 24, 2013 
Ridgewood Budget Hearing, Analysis of Police Staffing Needs This Week June 10, 2013 
Camden County Police Unveil New Weapon To Help Fight Crime June 9, 2013 
Police Grant Denied Due to New Officer Requirement June 5, 2013 
NJ Republicans use Jersey City retirements to argue for sick-leave reform June 4, 2013 
Linden slated to lay off 31 police officers this summer June 3, 2013 
East Orange police seek class action suit, claim $8M in unpaid overtime June 1, 2013 
South Jersey jail deal: FOP, county sign early retirement plan; second lawsuit hearing rescheduled May 31, 2013 
Unions drop suit over Gloucester County jail closing May 31, 2013 
Bloomfield Council Votes to Hire Five Police Officers May 30, 2013 
Bloomfield police fear officer cuts May 30, 2013 
Fair Lawn Borough Manager warns council that police retirements could land town in financial pinch May 24, 2013 
Funds went untapped for Camden police May 20, 2013 
Murders, shootings plague Asbury Park; more patrol officers are needed, chief says May 19, 2013 
Cedar Grove and Verona pension contributions decrease slightly May 13, 2013 
Starting from scratch May 11, 2013 
Holdouts lament police transition April 28, 2013 
FOP and county in waiting game for new sheriff's officers' contract April 11, 2013 
Unrest Among Police at Air Force Base April 6, 2013 
Riverside won't lay off police officers April 2, 2013 
FOP pushes to move Gloucester, Cumberland jail merger lawsuit out of vicinage March 31, 2013 
Flemington approves new police contract March 30, 2013 
Police union outraged over plea arrangement March 28, 2013 
Wharton signs police contract with Mine Hill March 27, 2013 
Camden police union bid denied March 26, 2013 
Police and Emergency Services to Present Budget Figures Thursday March 21, 2013 
Linden may lay off dozens of police officers, firefighters to close $5 million budget gap March 19, 2013 
City reaches agreements with police, firefighter unions March 17, 2013 
FOP contends Woodbury jail closing violates employee rights March 14, 2013 
Trenton police still without a contract March 5, 2013 
Letter: Give us more facts about proposed E. Greenwich police layoff March 1, 2013 
E. Greenwich Twp. committee delays police layoffs again February 28, 2013 
Police union opposes cutting chief’s position February 28, 2013 
East Greenwich police seek residents' support against looming layoffs February 25, 2013 
New Police Contract Slices Starting Pay, Increases February 22, 2013 
E. Greenwich tables layoffs of 30 percent of its police February 14, 2013 
Garfield police chief violated labor law, N.J. examiner finds February 13, 2013 
East Greenwich tables police officer layoffs, cuts court and police clerks February 12, 2013 
Police Contract, Property Revaluations Coming This Week February 11, 2013 
Op-ed: Camden County police pay will be competitive February 6, 2013 
After Camden Police Union Votes Down Deal, Officials Say That Won’t Deter Formation Of New Force January 31, 2013 
Camden City F.O.P. Votes on Metro Offer Thursday Night January 31, 2013 
Camden police union rejects offers on county police city plan January 31, 2013 
Camden police contract structure vote tabled January 24, 2013 
Port Authority Police Department promotes 37 officers, but union calls for new hires January 24, 2013 
Camden Takes Drastic Measures to Combat Crime January 23, 2013 
Clifton Police contract finalized January 18, 2013 
Cranford police union files 'unfair practice charge' against police chief January 16, 2013 
Camden FOP leaders reviewing offer from freeholders on regional police department January 15, 2013 
Public Safety calls for guns January 13, 2013 
East Greenwich police department layoffs raise ethics questions January 10, 2013 
New Lawrence police contract lengthens shifts, freezes salaries January 10, 2013 
Camden Police Officers Receive Layoff Notices January 7, 2013 
Bedminster OKs new police contract, finalizes budget January 5, 2013 
Camden FOP To Fight Camden City Police Department Layoffs January 5, 2013 
Camden council votes to layoff police, union pledges to bring fight to court January 4, 2013 
Camden, N.J. Gets OK to Lay Off Entire Police Force January 3, 2013 
Crest OKs new three-year police contract January 3, 2013 
Camden police layoff plan approved by state, layoffs to begin April 30 January 2, 2013 
Camden police layoff vote to precede new countywide force January 2, 2013 
DeNicola on the Demarest police contract vote January 2, 2013 
State officials OK Camden's police layoff plan January 2, 2013 
Bergen County Officials Reject Plan To Absorb Policing Responsibilities In Demarest December 29, 2012 
Live from Hackensack: the Demarest/County police contract vote December 28, 2012 
Camden wins police union dispute December 22, 2012 
Bergen freeholders approve Teterboro police contract and BCC board appointment December 19, 2012 
Riverside shows support for police December 18, 2012 
Police supporters plan to protest potential layoffs at Riverside committee meeting December 17, 2012 
Camden activist dons Santa suit, protests police layoff plan December 14, 2012 
Trenton police director seeks additional State Police help for layoff-depleted department December 12, 2012 
Sen. Cardinale still skeptical of Demarest police contract December 11, 2012 
Poll of the week: the Demarest police contract December 10, 2012 
Layoffs could be coming for Riverside police, public works December 6, 2012 
As critics scoff, Camden moves ahead on police overhaul December 1, 2012 
Camden submits police layoffs December 1, 2012 
NJ State Police Assign More Troopers to Camden December 1, 2012 
Camden City officials file plan to lay off 265 police officers -- Updated November 30, 2012 
Camden mayor to discuss submission of police layoff plan November 29, 2012 
Paperwork a significant step in disbanding current police department for County Metro November 29, 2012 
Public Sector Layoffs: New Jersey Readers Tell Us How City Payroll Cuts Have Affected Their Lives November 28, 2012 
Morristown police looking to add 7 new officers November 27, 2012 
Elk Township reaches tentative agreement with police department for 2011 and 2012 police contracts November 22, 2012 
Chris Christie Pushes Camden Police Force To Disband, Despite Questions Over New Plan's Finances November 19, 2012 
UPDATED: Layoff Notices Issued to Galloway Employees, Including Five Police Officers  November 17, 2012 
Galloway Township gives out pink slips November 16, 2012 
West Deptford committee introduces salary and wage ordinance by narrow margin November 15, 2012 
In Lawrence Twp., Voters Oppose Raising Taxes to Fund Police November 7, 2012 
Phillipsburg agrees to terms on police contract that includes 1.85 percent annual salary increases November 6, 2012 
Council's Decision About 2013 Layoffs Needed Soon October 25, 2012 
Milltown council reaches new contract with police October 25, 2012 
Preliminary deal reach for police plan between Demarest and Bergen County October 25, 2012 
After firing entire police force, NJ city adds new, unarmed officers October 23, 2012 
Township Manager Proposes Reducing Number of Ranksmen in Police Department October 23, 2012 
Cedar Grove reaches contract agreement with police personnel October 22, 2012 
With county police force, Camden residents will have new, unarmed officers October 22, 2012 
Camden, N.J. Moves Ahead with Firing Entire Police Force October 19, 2012 
$116 Million Announced by New Jersey Governor Christie for Property Tax Relief October 18, 2012 
Newark Teachers Reach Contract Deal October 18, 2012 
Verona councilman: Police layoff rumor is untrue October 18, 2012 
Camden County begins hiring process for new county police force October 16, 2012 
Camden County police layoff plan protested by residents, activists, police officers October 13, 2012 
N.J. civil service panel’s ruling boosts new Camden police force October 4, 2012 
Statement by AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on Camden Police Department Layoffs  October 4, 2012 
Proponents of new Camden Co. police win hiring decision October 3, 2012 
Penndel cops have a new contract October 2, 2012 
Despite talks, agreement for shared police service between Penns Grove, Carneys Point has not materialized October 1, 2012 
Andover Twp. talks of cutting dispatchers September 27, 2012 
Demarest officials to finalize contract for merger with Bergen County police by mid-October September 27, 2012 
Emergency funds approved for Seaside Heights police September 25, 2012 
Camden police keeps signing up new patrol clients September 24, 2012 
The last patrol: America's deadliest city disbands police force and fires 270 cops over budget crisis September 24, 2012 
Wracked with crime and despair, Camden, New Jersey to disband police force September 24, 2012 
NJ city plans to disband police, starting anew September 23, 2012 
Police overtime debate in Camden September 23, 2012 
Demarest ballot question altered; seeks police merger with county September 22, 2012 
Three-borough Police Consolidation Study contract executed September 20, 2012 
Officials campaign for county-run police in Camden September 19, 2012 
Trenton, NJ Restores 18 Police Officers, Among 100 Previously Laid Off September 14, 2012 
Camden OKs municipal union deal September 13, 2012 
Madison Won't Appeal PBA Contract Award Further September 13, 2012 
Galloway sends layoff notices to 90 percent of workforce September 12, 2012 
Madison Police arbitration award upheld, council to discuss tonight whether to appeal September 10, 2012 
Trenton police, fire department await word on job-saving grants September 8, 2012 
Galloway Twp. Employees to Receive Layoff Notices September 7, 2012 
Madison Police Arbitration Award Affirmed September 6, 2012 
Sheriff says County Police merger would result in no layoffs, loss of services September 4, 2012 
Madison council may appeal police contract August 31, 2012 
Officials provide price for county-run police force in Camden August 31, 2012 
Camden City Council hires ex-N.J. state trooper as consultant in police disbanding plan August 28, 2012 
Camden Council approves hiring Ferguson as part of new police plan August 28, 2012 
Fight for Jobs August 28, 2012 
Budget cuts leave crime-ravaged Camden, N.J., without a police department August 27, 2012 
Camden approves $100,000 contract for public safety consultant August 27, 2012 
Crime-Ridden New Jersey City Busts Police Union To Save Money August 27, 2012 
In wake of 270 cops laid off, Camden, NJ reworks force August 27, 2012 
Troubled New Jersey city to scrap its police force August 27, 2012 
WHERE WE STAND: It's time for sides to talk in Camden August 27, 2012 
WHOA! Camden, NJ Police To Lay Off 270 Officers August 27, 2012 
Gritty N.J. city of Camden to scrap police department amid budget woes August 26, 2012 
Protesters Picket Closed-Door Meeting on Camden Metro Police August 22, 2012 
Lawrence Cops Seeking Transfers to New Department August 20, 2012 
Crime-Riddled N.J. City Considers Axing Police Force August 19, 2012 
Locals Protest Camden Police Merger August 15, 2012 
Camden City Activists Fight Metro Police Division Proposal August 14, 2012 
Camden residents blast plan for police layoffs, regional force August 14, 2012 
Camden Residents Fight to Save Police August 14, 2012 
Rally backs Camden city police August 14, 2012 
2 More Fatal Shootings Ahead Of Camden Police Layoffs August 13, 2012 
Will Rebooting Camden PD Make Things Safer? August 13, 2012 
Camden FOP protest mayor's police plan August 12, 2012 
Mine Hill considers ending Wharton police pact August 12, 2012 
Camden police union strikes back at plan to lay off officers August 11, 2012 
Camden budget calls for increased police spending August 9, 2012 
Camden mayor wants to end paid leave for police union officials August 9, 2012 
Camden prepares to lay off entire police force August 9, 2012 
Police union leaders sent to street duty in Camden August 9, 2012 
With new county-run force, Camden police layoffs loom August 9, 2012 
Camden may lay off entire police force August 8, 2012 
Camden mayor: County police will replace city police force; 270 officers could be laid off August 8, 2012 
Camden mayor: police layoff plan coming in August August 8, 2012 
Camden Mayor Working On Plan That Would Lay Off City’s Entire Police Force August 8, 2012 
Camden surrenders, city plans to lay off entire police force August 8, 2012 
Redd: police layoff plan coming in August August 8, 2012 
Regional police plan rejected in Bernards Township July 25, 2012 
Cardinale, police union president weigh in on Bergen police merger plan July 24, 2012 
Police consolidation bid a harbinger July 23, 2012 
Police consolidation effort precursor to future July 21, 2012 
Council to Ponder More Layoffs, Ending Garbage Pickup July 18, 2012 
20 Percent Health Care Increase for Trenton Police Officers July 12, 2012 
Bill caps pensions for injured  June 16, 2012 
LAWRENCE: Budget calls for 13 staff layoffs May 23, 2012 
Wildwood officials developing layoff plans as part of 2012 budget May 22, 2012 
Lawrence may cut police jobs to balance budget May 16, 2012 
Police Union: Layoffs Will Jeopardize Public Safey May 16, 2012 
Trenton tries again to secure money for more cops  May 14, 2012 
Jersey City set to swear in 13 new police officers  April 29, 2012 
Hudson County police, firefighters beg state committee for more resources April 26, 2012 
Washington reconsidering shared police services contract April 19, 2012 
Washington Borough looks to renegotiate shared police department contract April 18, 2012 
Pequannock, Riverdale looking at shared police services  March 29, 2012 
Port Authority unveils reforms intended to save millions, increase transparency March 29, 2012 
For Montclair Addresses Police, Fire March 28, 2012 
Crowd storms Old Bridge meeting to protest layoffs March 15, 2012 
Henry: Contract award led to 10 police layoffs March 15, 2012 
Hundreds rally against police layoffs in Old Bridge March 14, 2012 
Galloway proposes furloughing employees, raising tax rate 1.7 cents per $100 assessed value March 13, 2012 
Atlantic City Police Department restores 10 officers to pre-layoff ranks  March 9, 2012 
Old Bridge lays off 10 police officers  March 9, 2012 
Englewood police chief not in favor of 3 percent cut March 7, 2012 
Englewood proposes $59.9M budget March 7, 2012 
Budget struggles in South Jersey town mean more police layoffs February 28, 2012 
Medford budget crisis forces police layoffs February 28, 2012 
Hoboken fire union leaders say Sunday's four-alarm fire showed city needs more firefighters, but city officials accuse union leaders of trying to exploit situation February 24, 2012 
Medford cop positions on the choppping block February 24, 2012 
Medford cop positions on the choppping block February 24, 2012 
NJ state police helping out Trenton police force February 15, 2012 
Hoboken police unions to mayor: We need at least 15 more cops February 14, 2012 
N.J. Lawmakers: Trenton needs more police February 14, 2012 
Six layoffs could help Raritan Township close $800k budget deficit February 14, 2012 
Financially strapped Medford mulls another police department layoff, ending trash pick-up February 9, 2012 
After police layoffs, volunteers organize community watch at Trenton Central High School  February 4, 2012 
Petition hopes to force referendum on Camden County police department February 2, 2012 
Top-level officials seek ways to curb rising violence in Trenton February 2, 2012 
Could Public Works, Police be on the Chopping Block Again?  January 31, 2012 
Camden County Police Department Opposition  January 29, 2012 
Camden chief outlines policing plan January 26, 2012 
Trenton police skeptical of Mack initiative January 26, 2012 
Cumberland County public safety unions rage over raises being cut January 24, 2012 
Camden adjusts a year after layoffs January 18, 2012 
Firefighters' union in Monroe's District 3 offers givebacks on contract January 18, 2012 
After police layoffs, a tough year in Camden January 17, 2012 
Members of Kearny's Civil Service Council 11 prepare for possible layoffs January 5, 2012 
TR Mayor Joins Christie's Calls For Elimination Of Vacation And Sick Time Payouts For Public Workers January 5, 2012 
Englewood Cliffs appealing arbitration decision to raise police salaries January 4, 2012 
School leadership changed in 2011 January 4, 2012 
Sick pay out January 4, 2012 
Town ends 'very tough' year, with no layoffs  January 1, 2012 
Can't take the job out of the Clifton cop  December 29, 2011 
NAPD retirement payouts total $450,000 December 28, 2011 
New South Brunswick Police Officers a Sign of Employment Woes in New Jersey  December 27, 2011 
For city, it's all about more cops  December 22, 2011 
Gov. Chris Christie: Your Payment For Not Getting Sick  December 22, 2011 
More money for storms, salaries, shortcomings in Mountain Lakes  December 22, 2011 
Christie Calls For Elimination Of Vacation And Sick Time Payouts For Public Workers  December 20, 2011 
Regarding "Christie delivers message in person" December 18, 2011 
Use It or Lose It: Cashing In on Unused Days Off December 18, 2011 
Camden will join regional police force December 16, 2011 
Kearny union fights back on town's proposed givebacks to avoid layoffs December 15, 2011 
N.J. lawmaker asks for Gov. Christie to compromise on sick-leave payouts for public employees  December 12, 2011 
Christie Calls for Elimination of Unpaid Sick and Vacation Days to Public Employees  December 10, 2011 
Christie: Eliminate Sick and Vacation Time Payouts; Collingswood Mayor: Not So Fast December 9, 2011 
Gov. Christie pushes to end payouts for public employees' unused sick days December 9, 2011 
Layoff notices go out to Kearny municipal employees as year-end deadline looms for unions, town to reach agreement December 8, 2011 
N.J. Attorney General Paula Dow to visit Camden to discuss rise in violence December 8, 2011 
Camden County prosecutor warns of impact of police layoffs on crime December 1, 2011 
In NJ, police layoffs lead to drop in arrests November 20, 2011 
Paterson residents want to feel safe November 16, 2011 
Princeton Township Police Oppose Consolidation on Cost, Loss of Service November 1, 2011 
Police union balks at consolidation October 27, 2011 
Crime up 25 percent in Trenton after police layoffs October 19, 2011 
Little Egg Harbor to rehire two more police officers October 16, 2011 
More Trenton Police officers could return to work, but strings are attached to state funding that would save jobs October 14, 2011 
Health care rates to rise by 9 percent for N.J. state employees October 12, 2011 
Pennsauken to lay off 10 police officers October 10, 2011 
Regional police plan would increase Camden force by 88 percent, but is still 'work in progress' October 6, 2011 
Mayor's plan for Trenton cops put on hold October 1, 2011 
Contract battle continues after borough appeals new arbitration ruling September 29, 2011 
Kearny submits plan for new layoffs September 29, 2011 
$3.8M grant to save 14 Camden police jobs September 28, 2011 
N.J. police officers still struggling to find work September 28, 2011 
Oliver defends Christie alliance on public-employee benefits September 28, 2011 
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack orders police street crime, drug units disbanded in favor of foot patrol September 28, 2011 
Multiple shootings in Trenton over weekend follow layoff of 105 police officers September 20, 2011 
Trenton latest NJ city hit with police layoffs September 16, 2011 
Trenton police layoff plan to go into effect today September 16, 2011 
Trenton enters a dangerous time with pending layoff of 108 police officers September 15, 2011 
Trenton police layoffs mean fewer feet on the beat September 15, 2011 
Camden plan to put district-paid police in schools remains stalled September 13, 2011 
Public sector strikes out September 13, 2011 
Controversial plan to combine Mount Arlington, Roxbury Township police force appears dead September 11, 2011 
Arbitrator OKs raises for North Arlington police officers September 9, 2011 
Seymour To Study Police Scheduling, Overtime Costs September 9, 2011 
Report: Christie, Oliver cut deal to go against public workers September 7, 2011 
Leonia Police switches to county dispatch system September 6, 2011 
Slashed COPS funding could deliver blow to local police departments September 1, 2011 
Regional police force would not necessarily save money, Camden County's star consultant says August 17, 2011 
Hunterdon Prosecutor's Office seeks $77,000 in armor plates, ballistic shields and helmets, other equipment August 16, 2011 
County cop plan derided by FOP August 15, 2011 
Head of Camden FOP Warns of Possible Riots If City Adopts County Policing August 12, 2011 
Camden Council packed with protesters against planned taxes, cuts, police takeover August 10, 2011 
Newark Shootings, Camden Burglaries Make Crime Christie’s Political Issue August 4, 2011 
Officers air concerns on regional force August 4, 2011 
Camden City Council views memo on regional police force August 3, 2011 
Gloucester County agrees to new contract with law enforcement union, eliminates bonuses July 8, 2011 
Atlantic County corrections officers vote to approve contract July 1, 2011 
Officials chime in on pension, benefit changes July 1, 2011 
New Jersey shifts more costs to government workers June 28, 2011 
N.J.’s Christie Poised to Sign Bill Ending Health Care Bargaining for 500,000 June 27, 2011 
Gov. Chris Christie rips Democrats' budget proposal, warns of more modest revenue projection June 25, 2011 
South Brunswick Officials say Pension, Health Reform Will Devastate Employees  June 24, 2011 
NJ senator's defining move painful for unions June 21, 2011 
Despite protests, bill making public employees pay more for pensions and health passes Senate, Assembly panel June 20, 2011 
NJ Assembly panel advances health benefits bill  June 20, 2011 
Tensions rise in N.J. Statehouse as legislators move on public employee health benefit bill June 20, 2011 
Unions, elected officials in Gloucester County weigh in on benefits reform June 19, 2011 
Casualties mount in NJ employee benefits battle June 18, 2011 
Amid Jeers and Arrests, Senate Committee Passes "Collective Bargaining" Bill June 17, 2011 
Democrats fight part of new benefits bill that prevents public employees from getting treatment outside N.J. June 17, 2011 
Benefits bill advances in NJ over labor objections June 16, 2011 
N.J. Assembly speaker pushes health benefit proposal that allows unions to negotiate cost later June 10, 2011 
Oliver proposal gives N.J. public workers right to negotiate health benefits June 10, 2011 
Countywide police force plan unveiled in Camco June 8, 2011 
NJ gov, Senate leader reach union benefits deal  June 8, 2011 
FOP: Stabbed Camden cop was 'ordered' to work due to staffing woes June 6, 2011 
Contract negotiations result in significant savings for Gloucester County June 2, 2011 
Wildwood Commission Announces Police Agreement June 2, 2011 
Taxpayers, police union got fair deal May 29, 2011 
Stats show the need for more Camden cops May 27, 2011 
Military policy changed for Perth Amboy cops May 24, 2011 
Chris Christie: Union’s labor complaint a ‘good sign’ May 21, 2011 
Acting Newark police director Samuel DeMaio vows changes, shrugs off controversy May 18, 2011 
NJ crime increases raise issue of police layoffs May 15, 2011 
Union County vows to corral corrections officers' overtime May 11, 2011 
Last-Minute Contract Proposed, Police Demotions Tabled  May 10, 2011 
NJ Gov. Christie Denies Moving To Eliminate Teacher Tenure, Despite Saying It’s Time To End It May 2, 2011 
Towns to police: Help!  April 29, 2011 
In wake of police layoffs, Newark murder rate soars as violent crime increases  April 26, 2011 
Awaiting overdue back pay, laid-off Newark cops struggle to get by  April 19, 2011 
NJ's 3rd-largest city lays off 125 police officers  April 18, 2011 
Rockaway Township police layoffs might be avoided with union concessions April 18, 2011 
Spirit of unity preserves jobs April 10, 2011 
Public safety administration in Camden, N.J. questioned as crime embattles cops, residents January 18, 2011 
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