In 1965, a small group of law enforcement officers and concerned citizens met at the North Ward Civic Association in Newark to discuss the growing problem of drug abuse and how it was affecting our young people, our family structure and our society. From that meeting came the birth of the NEW JERSEY NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION. As of today the NJNEOA has more than 2000 who have joined the association, representing Federal, State, County and Municipal law enforcement, as well as private industry, the professions, education and government. Read More >>>
The NJNEOA’s 48th Annual Training Conference and Awards Luncheon are quickly approaching. Training Chairman Robert Mazur and Awards Chairman Nitin Daniels have put together quite a program, with speakers from up and down the east coast.
As registrations have begun to come in, I am anticipating it to be the largest attended conference in at least the past decade. If you haven’t yet registered for the training, please visit the “Training Event” area and do so soon.
Regarding the Awards Luncheon, please join us in honoring this year’s recipient of the “Prosecutor of the Year” award, Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp, of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office. There are also numerous other well deserving Law Enforcement Officers who will be receiving various awards. The cost to attend is sixty dollars ($60.00) per person.
Next on the agenda is the NJNEOA “Introduction to Narcotics”, a Special Training Course. This is a 5-day training program, September 11-15, 2017, held at Royal Albert’s in Woodbridge, NJ. It will utilize classroom lecture, practical exercises and role-playing scenarios. Because of the hands on approach used during this course, it will be limited to: only 40 attendees, only one officer per agency. This is a “Special Training Event” and is not included in the normal training package of 3 Seminars and 1 Conference that all NJNEOA Members are entitled to for free.
For further information visit our Join Us page.