The New Jersey Police Chief Magazine | November 2022
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1941 The NJSACOP Monthly State Chiefs Meeting for November 1941 was held at the Elks Club in Bound Brook , NJ . Following the approval of the minutes from the previous meeting , Chief LeRoy Stevens of Somerville was sworn into membership in the Association . Thereafter
A letter from N . C . Miller , Dean & Director , Rutgers University , advising of a new course in Criminal Law for Police Officers throughout the State , which , he stated , had been mailed to police officers throughout the State with circular , asking that we encourage the police of the state to subscribe for this important subject , was read . This is a home study course and the cost is $ 10.00 and the President asked that it be encouraged among the police officers throughout the state .
The membership application of Colonel Charles Schoeffel , Superintendent of the NJ State Police , was received and accepted .
NJSAP Superintendent Col . Charles Schoeffel
At this time Special Agent in Charge FBI at Newark , E . E . Conroy was introduced . He stated that the FBI will inaugurate a Civilian Defense Course for Chiefs of Police on November 12 th and 13 th at the Newark Police Academy , in co-operation with the Office of Civilian Defense in view of the designation of the FBI as the official police training agency by Mayor LaGuardia , U . S . Director of Civilian Defense . This 2 day course will later be followed by a 6 day course and it was thought that this 2 day course be limited to Chiefs of Police , so that they may be acquainted with what their man or men would be instructed in at the 6 day session later on .
Chief Eric Mason
2007 The NJSACOP Monthly State Chiefs Meeting for November 2007 was held at Ft . Monmouth . Chief Eric Mason , chairman of the NJSACOP Command & Leadership Program , announced the first event of the new NJSACOP C & L Alumni Association , which would feature a presentation by the Department Chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at the U . S . Military Academy at West Point .
Scotch Plains Supports Law Enforcement
There were plenty of unique cars on display at the Back the Blue car show on October 8 . The event was run by the Union County Police Chiefs Association to raise money for the new Law Enforcement Memorial . This memorial will be installed at the John H . Stamler ( Union County ) Police Academy to replace the current one that has run out of room for names .
( L-R ) Elizabeth Police Chief Giacamo Sacca , Scotch Plains Town Manager Al Mirabella , Scotch Plains Police Chief Ted Conley and Garwood Police Chief Jim Wright