Cop2Cop 2023 Crisis Leadership Award
The 2nd Annual Youth Bias Task Force Student Competition.
The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) is proud to announce our 2nd Annual Youth Bias Task Force Student Competition. This year's theme is “Stop the Hate: Our Anti-Bias Vision for the Next Generation.”
NJ residents ages 25 years and younger are encouraged to submit original art work or a 30-90 second video encouraging others to stand up to hate and prejudice within their communities.The submission period is September 15th through December 15th.
POSTPONED - PCPO COMMUNITY FORUM ON COMBATING BIAS, HATE, AND VIOLENCE
The PCPO is POSTPONING its October 26 Community Forum previously scheduled to take place at Passaic County Community College. More information regarding this event will be forthcoming.
Security Threat Assessments for Passaic County Facilities available
Security Threat Assessment
The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office (PCPO) is available to provide Security Threat Assessments to Passaic County facilities at no cost.
PCPO Risk Mitigation Planner Denis Doohan is part of the Northern New Jersey Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) and is a liaison to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. As the PCPO Risk Mitigation Planner, Agent Doohan conducts vulnerability assessments at critical infrastructure sites and non-profit institutions.
These assessments will help to identify potential vulnerabilities to your facility. The assessments can also be used to apply to the New Jersey Non-Profit Security Grant Program offered by the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. Depending on the size of the facility, the assessment should take approximately two hours.
If you have a 501(c)(3) institution and would like to have a Security Threat Assessment conducted at your facility, please contact the following Passaic County Staff:
Please include the location of your institution and point of contact information in the email request.Read More
PASSAIC COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE PROGRAM TO ENHANCE DIVERSITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT HIRING AND PROMOTION
Body Worn Cameras (BWC) will be worn by members of the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office
Bias Crime...Report it!
What is a bias incident?
A bias incident or hate crime is defined in the Attorney General’s Guidelines as any suspected or confirmed offense or unlawful act which occurs against a person or property (public or private) on the basis of New Jersey’s nine protected classes: race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and national origin.