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Attorney General Grewal to Sign Amicus Brief Supporting Labor Union Rights
Supreme Court Decision Update
Mainor & Mukherji Bill to Test Effectiveness of State's Probation & Rehabilitation Programs Advanced By Assembly Panel - September 2014
Webber Study of State's Probation Programs Wins Committee Approval - September 2014
Mchose Bill to Enhance Probation Services Advances, Nov. 18,2013
Mandatory Sentencing to Drug Court Program Advanced by Assembly Panel
Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 116, 2012 Proposes constitutional amendment authorizing statute transferring probation functions from Judiciary to State Parole Board. - February 2012
ASSEMBLY, No. 1662, 2012 Transfers all probation functions and employees to Bureau of Probation in State Parole Board
SENATE, No. 91, 2012 Proposes constitutional amendment authorizing statute transferring probation functions from Judiciary to State Parole Board.- February 2012
SENATE, No. 330, 2012 Transfers all probation functions and employees to Bureau of Probation in the State Parole Board.
Legislation monitored by PANJ 8/30/12
EAP LAW, P.L.2011, CHAPTER 69
FAQ Pension and Health Benefits Reform under Ch. 78, P.L. 2011
Governor Christie recently signed Chapter 78 into Law
Assembly Concurrent Resolution No.55 2011- June 2011
The Health Bill - February 2011
The Sweeney Democratic Pension Bill - February 2011
The Republican Pension Bill - February 2011
Probation Transfer Legislation.
Supreme Court Rule (P.L. 2001): Grants to certain probation officers in new unit certain powers of enforcement and authority to carry firearms
Assembly, No. 192 - Makes throwing bodily fluid at State juvenile facility employee or probation officer an aggravated assault.
Senate, No. 2224 - Upgrades penalty for assault in certain cases.
HR - 484 - To establish a Probation and Parole Officer Safety Task Force within the Department of Justice, and for other purposes.