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I would like to begin by wishing the outgoing Prosecutor of Middlesex County Andrew C. Carey, congratulations on his new position as Assistant U.S. Attorney of the Camden office. The NJNEOA thanks him for the continuous support that he and his office have given the Association since he became the Prosecutor of Middlesex County in 2013.
Prosecutor Carey has acted as co-counsel for the NJNEOA and we hope that he will be allowed to continue on in that position as he assumes his new role in the U.S. Attorney's Office.
As the end of 2019 quickly approaches, the NJNEOA will close out the year with having trained over 715 individuals. 168 of them attending the ½-day “Understanding Addiction for Law Enforcement” program.” The Association thanks training chairmen Nitin Daniels, Bob Mazur, along with the other BOD training committee members for the outstanding effort they made to provide training at a minimum cost, even free, to law enforcement officers.
The NJNEOA gives special thanks to Danielle Lo Russo and her team consisting of Michelle Schreffler-Perez, Dr. James Baird and Rich for their diligence, time and effort that they spend towards educating law enforcement about issues regarding addiction and the stigma attached to it, and instilling the ideology that we need to: “Communicate, Empathize and Rehabilitate.”
The NJNEOA offers a free Drug Awareness Program that is available for any school system throughout the State of New Jersey. View our Drug Awareness Video Trailers link below to see what is available, and/or visit The Drug Awareness Program for more info regarding the program.