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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Police News  >  Probation Union Holding Annual Conference


Probation Union Holding
Annual Conference

Police and Law Enforcement News
Sunday, November 19, 2006 9:21 p.m.

Atlantic City, N.J. – To provide more than 700 hundred probation officers who supervise thousands of probationers in the community, the Probation Association of New Jersey (PANJ) will host its 64th annual training institute, “Riding the Wave to Unity” from November 19 to 21.

During the mid-day Monday luncheon, the conference’s keynote address will be given by the Honorable Stuart Rabner .

The annual Training Institute is a grassroots event sponsored by the PANJ Education Foundation to ensure that officers are given adequate training not typically provided by the state’s Judiciary. Workshop topics include: Gang Awareness, Immigration and Deportation, Cyberstalking, School Violence, Current Trends in Drug Abuse, and Supervising Female Victims of Domestic Violence.

The association also will give awards to Assemblyman Richard Merkt (R-Morris), Legislator of the Year; New Jersey Network (NJN) reporter Jim Hooker, Citizen of the Year; and two probation officers and one supervisor will receive awards for their outstanding service to the state’s community supervision system.

The event is being held at the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.

Police and Law Enforcement News
Sunday, November 19, 2006 9:21 p.m.


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