Division Staff Section | New Jersey State Police (2023)

Major Mary Buerkle - Commanding Officer

The Division Staff Section (DSS) supports, facilitates, and manages all career-related personnel matters including hiring, training, payroll, benefits, leave time, personnel records, and the promotional process for civilian and enlisted employees of the Division. The diverse roles and responsibilities of the Division Staff Section falls within the following programmatic areas: The Training Bureau, and Personnel Bureau. Each of these areas are furthermore supported by various units comprised of a professional enlisted and civilian staff. The section consists of 3 bureaus and the Office of Health and Wellness.

  • Training Bureau
  • Personnel Bureau

Training Bureau

New Jersey State Police Academy
Telephone: (732) 449-5200
FAX: (732) 449-8763

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New Jersey State Police Training Bureau
Sea Girt Avenue
Sea Girt, NJ 08750
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The Bureau consists of 6 units:

  • Law Enforcement Science Unit
  • In-Service Training Unit
  • Managerial Development Unit
  • Firearms Training Unit
  • Self Defense Training Unit
  • Training Support Unit
  • Armorer Unit

Law Enforcement Science Unit

The Law Enforcement Science Unit is responsible for the pre-service training of State Police recruits as well as the Basic Course for Police Officers. The Law Enforcement Science Unit also conducts specialized courses for state, county, and local police agencies. The Law Enforcement Science courses include, but are not limited to, Basic Police Practice and Procedures Training and Class Coordinator functions. The Law Enforcement Science Unit’s function also includes specialized pre-service instruction in topics related to criminal, traffic and social areas.

In-Service Training Unit

The In-Service Training Unit is responsible for all post-academy in-service training programs. These programs are designed to maintain, update, and improve an enlisted member’s job knowledge and skills. These In-Service courses directly reflect the Division’s established organizational goals and objectives, and are developed with an integrated curriculum, which incorporates ethics, cultural diversity, leadership/ supervision, and basic core values. The In-Service Training Unit is also responsible for a myriad of other training functions, including implementation, training, and administration of the Trooper Coach Training and Evaluation Program; development and administration of the physical fitness program; administration of the Pre-Employment Preparation Program (P.E.P.P.); administration of the Physical Qualification Test (P.Q.T.) for all prospective trooper candidates; development of individual prescription programs for those members who fail to meet sufficient standards in the physical fitness program; and delivery of the Trooper Youth Week Program, conducted several times each summer. The Trooper Youth Week program was initiated in 1965 by the Division of State Police to find a common denominator with the youth of the state, through the delivery of a basic understanding of the academic and physical requirements of a career in law enforcement.

Managerial Developmental Unit

The Managerial Development Unit (MDU) uses a two-squad concept to take on its extensive advanced training responsibilities. The Executive Development Training Squad is responsible for developing, coordinating, and delivering training programs for all troopers who are advancing in rank. Courses currently delivered are the Supervision Course for the Front-Line Supervisor which is a mandatory 80-hour course for newly promoted Sergeants. It consists of practical instruction in the areas of technical skills, human skills, conceptual skills, media and public relations and how to be a great mentor. The Mid-Level Management Course is a mandatory 40-hour course given to newly promoted Sergeants First-Class. This course focuses on knowing and improving one’s self, one’s team and the Division as a whole. The Executive Leadership Course is a mandatory 40-hour course for those enlisted who reach the rank of Lieutenant. It is designed to provide executive level members with practical skills and information relevant to the demands of their position. MDU has also developed a separate course of instruction for the ranks of Captain, Major and Lt. Colonel. The overall goal of these courses is to provide Division supervisors with leadership principles, decision making skills, supervision strategies and techniques that will result in the participants improving their immediate commands. The Civilian and Advanced Training Squad is responsible for coordinating and delivering advanced level training courses to troopers and the Division's professional support staff. A course currently delivered to both enlisted and civilian members is the Instructor Training Course (ITC). The 80-hour course provides instruction on how to improve one's public speaking skills, lesson plan writing and classroom management. Other courses include Spanish for Law Enforcement and Criminal Investigation School. Civilian training courses are a new addition to the MDU curriculum and will be a tremendous training opportunity for all our professional support staff. Civilian courses include Leadership Skills Training, Conflict Resolution, Work Stress Management and Advanced Computer Training.

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Firearms Training Unit

The Firearms Unit is responsible for the pre-service training of State Police and Municipal Police recruits in all phases of firearms training, including classroom instruction and live fire range exercises. The Unit is also responsible for periodic weapon qualification, advanced training schools, and the inspection, maintenance and repair of all division issued firearms.

Self Defense Training Unit

The Self Defense Unit is comprised of the Pre-Service and In-Service Squads. The Pre-Service Squad is responsible for all recruit training as it pertains to Active Counter Measures, Defensive Tactics, Monadnock Expandable Baton, Handcuffing, and the use of and exposure to our chemical agent. The Pre-Service Squad is also responsible for updating the lesson plans for all these courses to stay current with best practices. The approval for these lesson plans gives the Self Defense Unit the opportunity to work hand in hand with OLEPS as well as the Attorney General’s Office. The In-Service Squad is responsible for all enlisted member training as it pertains to use of force. This includes offering advanced self-defense courses such as Jiu-Jitsu for Law Enforcement, Monadnock Expandable Baton Instructor, and Vehicle Extraction courses. The In-Service Squad is responsible for remedial use of force training issues that arise with enlisted members. The In-Service Squad works with the Internal Affairs Investigation Bureau as well as the Risk Management Office with training issues on use of force. The In-Service Squad assists the M.A.P.P.S. Unit in reviewing use of force incidents to identify training issues and develop training to address any deficiencies.

Training Support Unit

The Training Support Unit is responsible for providing the support functions required to maintain the academy’s training capabilities and to assess and evaluate all authorized training programs. The Technical Support Squad coordinates the academy’s network infrastructure, maintains the academy’s website, provides all logistical needs, purchasing requirements and maintains the Training Bureau’s schedule for both recruit and advanced training. The Training Cycle Coordination Squad is responsible for the assessment, evaluation and operational implementation of all authorized training programs. The squad also assists other units in the development of training programs, data collection, research design, and publishes findings that determine the effectiveness of the impact of training on stakeholders.

Armorer Unit

The Armorer Unit is responsible for the procurement, storage, issuance, repair, and maintenance of Division owned weaponry. The Armorer Unit develops and coordinates weapons maintenance and inspection programs for all Division weapons. The Unit conducts routine inspection of pistols, shotguns, and rifles in the field and at the Biannual Pistol Shoot Qualifications Course. Members of the Unit attend armorer training programs as required, to remain certified as a factory trained armorer. The Armorer Unit provides weapons maintenance training for division personnel, and maintains a database for all division owned weapons and their perspective assignments.

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Selection Process Unit

The Selection Process Unit is responsible for the coordination, planning, and management of the Division's hiring process. SPU is responsible for submitting a timetable for the efficient recruitment, selection, and training of NJSP Recruit Classes in anticipation of class screening and selection. The current process consists of 8 phases, namely: Initial Application, Physical Qualification Test (PQT), Written Examination, Background Investigation, Candidate Review Board (CRB), Medical/Psychological Screening, Pre-employment Preparation Program (PEPP), and Academy Awareness Weekend (AAW). SPU staff ensures personnel are assigned, testing sites are secured, and each phase is efficiently completed.

Outside of the Division's hiring process, SPU is responsible for assisting outside law enforcement agencies with their respective background investigations. If an outside law enforcement agency is conducting a background investigation on an applicant who previously applied for the NJSP, SPU will provide necessary background information to that outside agency.

Personnel Bureau

The Bureau consists of 7 units:

  • Compliance Unit
  • Selection Process Unit
  • Promotional Systems Unit
  • Professional Development Unit

Classification & Compensation Unit

The Classification and Compensation Unit is responsible for the recruitment for civilian staff, new hire processing, new employee orientation, job vacancy announcements & selection process, promotions/demotions/lateral position movement, trainee to journeyman appointments, civilian position control, promotional and open competitive certifications (hiring and for permanent appointments),working test periods, classification appeals, administration of PAR program and position reclassifications.

Payroll & Benefits Unit

The payroll and Benefits Unit has the critical mission to ensure all employees of the Division of State Police are paid accurately and receive their proper benefits accordingly. Their responsibilities include; enlisted and civilian payroll - overtime & regular pay, recruit payroll, enlisted and civilian – promotional, retro pay, W-4 (Fed & State), union cards, credit union and direct deposit, pay stub on the web, enlisted and civilian pension systems, enlisted and civilian exit interviews, marriage, divorce, baby and change of address packages, SCOR, vacation and comp payout, enlisted and civilian, certification of salaries - due to retirement, retirement, resignations, transfers and terminations, open enrollment, health benefits, health benefits portion of New Hire Orientation, purchase of service credit, pension withdrawal, and the enlisted and civilian pension enrollment. Representatives of the Payroll and Benefits Unit will attend the Office of Professional Standards suspension hearings for enlisted members to ensure the member understands the process and regulations of COBRA and HIPPA.

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Personnel Management & Information Unit

The Personnel Management & Information Unit is responsible for maintaining Enlisted and Civilian personnel records, scanning personnel files, data entry and maintenance of the Staff Management System (Transfer/Reorganization Changes, etc.), type, process, and post PO's, corresponds with Deputy Superintendent of Administration, Office of the Superintendent and all section administrative officers regarding any questions pertaining to PO's, transfers, reorganization packages, etc. In addition, the Personnel Management & Information Unit generates crystal reports as requested, process VA monthly certifications for members who participate in the VA on-the-job and apprenticeship training program, permit to carry forms, assign recruits position numbers, request assignments from FOS, adding recruits as Enlisted in HR system and entering their information in PMIS, maintains PL time, process military leave time, and PMIS entries for class designations, title changes, graduated troopers, and interim appointments.

Time & Leave Management Unit

The Time & Leave Management Unit is responsible processing the leaves of absence for all enlisted and civilian employees of the Division of State Police. The various types of leaves include; medical, pregnancy, worker’s compensation, donated leave, etc. The unit processes family leave for enlisted staff, intermittent leave (under the Federal Family and Medical leave (FMLA) and/or the State Family Leave Act (FLA) entitlements), donated leave requests, initiate worker’s compensation claims, voluntary furlough requests, vacation, comp, sick time management (track FMLA/FLA entitlements), verify time usage for civilian employees (per pay period including overtime, any changes to Time and Leave Reporting System (TLRS) entries, and retro time), distribute bi-weekly verification reports, time sheets, and monthly calendars to the time keepers for civilian employees and correspond with time keepers (45 total) via telephone and/or e-mail regarding an employee’s leaves, time, or any related matters. Additionally, this critical function includes ensuring the continuance of health coverage and processing temporary disability forms, etc., during the leave periods.

Compliance Unit

The Compliance Unit, Personnel Bureau, oversees, enforces and administers the following for the Division: Standing Operating Procedures A4, “Drug Testing Procedures,” , A6, “Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Drug and Alcohol Testing Program", C31, “Care and Handling of Authorized Firearms and Equipment,” C33, “Medical Policy and Procedures,” C47, “Military Leave,” and manages all Conscientious Employee Protection Act complaints. The Compliance Unit is responsible for implementing the Division’s Drug Testing Programs. Two percent of the enlisted population is randomly selected to participate in monthly Random Drug Tests. The Unit also oversees any reasonable suspicion tests for enlisted personnel. As per S.O.P. A6 the Compliance Unit maintains and administers the Commercial Driver’s License Program for Division’s enlisted and civilian personnel. This responsibility includes distribution of materials and information to personnel required to maintain a Commercial Driver’s License as part of their job duties. The Compliance Unit is responsible for maintaining a database of all members within the Division who have had their weapon removed. The Compliance Unit, in conjunction with the Firearms Unit and the Armorer’s Unit, conducts weapon removals and returns Division wide for all members failing to qualify, going on extended military leave, medical removals, or removals resulting from suspension. The unit ensures the enlisted personnel adhere to S.O.P. C33 through random integrity and compliance checks on members off-duty due to illness or injury in the form of either telephonic checks or personal visits. Unit personnel also provide guidance and insight to supervisors regarding S.O.P. interpretation and individuals under their command.

Selection Process Unit

The Selection Process Unit is responsible for the coordination, planning, and management of the Division's hiring process. SPU is responsible for submitting a timetable for the efficient recruitment, selection, and training of NJSP Recruit Classes in anticipation of class screening and selection. The current process consists of 8 phases, namely: Initial Application, Physical Qualification Test (PQT), Written Examination, Background Investigation, Candidate Review Board (CRB), Medical/Psychological Screening, Pre-employment Preparation Program (PEPP), and Academy Awareness Weekend (AAW). SPU staff ensures personnel are assigned, testing sites are secured, and each phase is efficiently completed.

Outside of the Division's hiring process, SPU is responsible for assisting outside law enforcement agencies with their respective background investigations. If an outside law enforcement agency is conducting a background investigation on an applicant who previously applied for the NJSP, SPU will provide necessary background information to that outside agency.

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Promotional Systems Unit

The Promotional Systems Unit is responsible for facilitating the process used to promote enlisted members of the Division. Members of this Unit process all incoming packets from individuals who are applying for promotional vacancies in all Sections, including verifying all information provided and scoring components of the packets in compliance with the guidelines provided in the Operations Instruction. The Unit manages and maintains a promotional database and works to advance and streamline the promotional system. The Unit is also responsible for providing assistance and training related to promotions to all members of the Division. This includes acting as a guide for members with concerns about annual evaluations and outside training. Furthermore, the Unit maintains and updates all aspects of the Specialist Selection process (in compliance with SOP C45), clearing the last remaining members on 112 day pay, assisting Labor Relations on grievances, and the Administration Information Center (AIC).

Professional Development Unit

The Professional Development Unit is responsible for coordinating and administering the FBI National Academy Program. This includes being the liaison between the Division and the local FBI Offices in the selection of an enlisted member 4 times a year to attend the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va. The Professional Development Unit also provides guidance and assistance to enlisted members who are developing their State Police Resumes. In addition the Unit also provides assistance to enlisted members who are seeking to further their education.

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What gun does Njsp carry? ›

Firearms: Recruits must show proper usage and care of all firearms issued by the state police, including the Glock 19 Gen 4 9mm handgun and Benelli M1 shotgun. Recruits go through 60 hours of firearms training.

How much do NJ state troopers make? ›

How much does a State Trooper make in New Jersey? As of Jan 29, 2023, the average annual pay for a State Trooper in New Jersey is $47,025 a year.

Does NJ State Police do fingerprinting? ›

The New Jersey State Police utilizes the live scan fingerprinting services provided by IDEMIA, a private company under contract with the State of New Jersey.

Is there a SWAT team in New Jersey? ›

The Gloucester County Special Weapons and Tactics ( SWAT ) Team is a multi-jurisdictional team comprised of law enforcement officers from local and County police agencies within Gloucester County. The SWAT Team is under the direct control and supervision of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office.

Can cops in NJ concealed carry off duty? ›

A qualified officer should be able to carry a concealed firearm while off-duty as long as you are in compliance with the requirements of the Federal statutes.

Can a retired police officer carry a gun in New Jersey? ›

The court's ruling in FLEOA v. Grewal expands the rights of qualified retired law enforcement officers residing in New Jersey to carry concealed firearms. As long as they meet the requirements under the LEOSA, the QRLEOs no longer need to meet the additional permit requirements under state law.

What are the highest paid police departments in NJ? ›

In New Jersey, that generally means that Bergen County's cops earn the most.

What is the top pay for NJ state police? ›

The average salary for a state trooper in New Jersey is $101,000 per year. State trooper salaries in New Jersey can vary between $36,500 to $185,500 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, tips, and more.

How much does a SWAT officer make in NJ? ›

As of Jan 5, 2023, the average annual pay for the Swat jobs category in New Jersey is $77,810 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $37.41 an hour. This is the equivalent of $1,496/week or $6,484/month.

Can NJ State Police have tattoos? ›

The below information is provided for your information and compliance. No tattoos/body art/brands on an applicant's face, head, neck, scalp, hands, or any part of the exposed body.

Can cops have tattoos in NJ? ›

In New Jersey, state police ban applicants from having tattoos on one's ace, head, neck, scalp, hands, or any part of the exposed body.

Does NJ follow the 7 year rule background check? ›

How Far Back Do Background Checks Go in New Jersey? The FCRA and New Jersey's state laws govern how far back background checks can go. For jobs paying less than $75,000, there is a seven-year lookback period under the FCRA for the following types of information: Arrests not leading to convictions.

What is NJ State Trooper Teams Unit? ›

Underwater Search and Recovery: The TEAMS Unit is utilized to conduct underwater search and recovery operations for criminal evidence and unfortunate drowning victims. TEAMS can perform SCUBA operations anywhere in the state, under some of the most severe maritime conditions.

What does DoT mean police? ›

The Department of Transportation (DoT) authorizes police to conduct these stops, and it also employs their own inspection officers to patrol for potential violations. Tractor-trailers must meet an enormous number of federal regulations and compliance standards, so they are relatively easy targets for police officers.

How many division are in SWAT? ›

Five divisions and two specialized teams were created to better serve citizens of the Chickasaw Nation and provide needed support to surrounding law enforcement communities. Divisions include patrol, K-9, criminal investigations, communications and professional standards.

Can a NJ cop carry a gun in NYC? ›

As a state-certified, sworn law enforcement officer, I may carry a concealed handgun in all 50 states pursuant to the Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act (LEOSA).

Can you keep a loaded gun in your house in NJ? ›


Can you defend your home with a gun in NJ? ›

Defending yourself in your New Jersey home

Practically speaking, this means that when someone is threatening your life or safety inside your home, you have the right to use force on that person to end the threat without a duty to retreat from the scene.

Can off duty cops carry hollow points in NJ? ›

If you are in New Jersey for official purposes and on duty with your department issued firearm, then there is no restriction. Hollow point ammunition is allowed for active duty Law Enforcement officers, whether on or off duty.

Does NJ honor LEOSA? ›

RLEOs who separated or retired from a New Jersey state or local law enforcement agency who are domiciled out-of-state must meet the LEOSA requirements (see Questions 3-5) in order to carry their firearm if they travel to New Jersey.

When can NJ police retire? ›

Retirement is mandatory at age 65* for all Police and Firemen's Retirement System (PFRS) members. If you do not file for retirement before age 65, you are automatically retired on the first of the month follow- ing your 65th birthday.

What is the lowest police salary in NJ? ›

The starting salary for a trooper is $65,566.50.

How much do retired police get paid in NJ? ›

The estimated total pay for a Retired Police Officer at New Jersey State Police is $64,170 per year.

What jobs pay more than a Police Officer? ›

Highest Paying Occupations
Pediatric surgeonsThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
Orthopedic surgeons, except pediatricThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers$202,180 per year
Nurse anesthetists$195,610 per year
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How much is a police pension in NJ? ›

The amount of your annual pension will be equal to 65 percent of your Final Compensation plus 1 percent for each year of service over 25 years but not to exceed 30 years.

What state police make the most money? ›

Top Paying Companies
1Commonwealth of Massachusetts$99,775
2Pennsylvania State Police$89,132
3Ohio State Highway Patrol$87,871
4Colorado State Patrol$84,998
5Louisiana State Police$82,945
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What states do cops get paid the most? ›

Nineteen states have higher average salaries for patrol officers than the national average. Alaska offers the highest average salary at $69,000 annually. California ($68,800), New Jersey ($68,100), Massachusetts ($67,000), and Connecticut ($66,600) complete the top five highest-paying states.

How much does a patrol officer make in NJ? ›

How much does a Police Patrol Officer make in New Jersey? The average Police Patrol Officer salary in New Jersey is $68,066 as of December 27, 2022, but the range typically falls between $63,594 and $74,116.

How long is NJ police Academy? ›

The New Jersey State Police Academy is located in Sea Girt, New Jersey, and training consists of approximately 24 weeks.

What benefits do SWAT officers get? ›

Benefit packages usually include medical and life insurance, sick leave, paid vacation and an allowance for uniforms. Liberal pension plans allow some SWAT team members to retire after 25 years of service.

Which state has the best state troopers? ›

State trooper opportunites vary in different parts of the country. In order to help you determine the best states for state troopers, we ranked all fifty states from best to worst for state troopers.
1. Alaska.
Total State Trooper Jobs:3
Lowest 10 Percent Earn:$52,000
Highest 10 Percent Earn:$68,000
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Does NJ State police use polygraph? ›

The New Jersey State Police Polygraph Unit was the sole agency in the state that conducted polygraphs for many years. Today, the Polygraph Unit conducts polygraph examinations for federal, state, county and municipal law enforcement agencies.

Do you need a degree to be a NJ state trooper? ›

Applicant must have one of the following:

An applicant must have an associate's degree or 60 college credits from an accredited college or university PLUS at least 24 months of satisfactory employment and/or military experience by June 30, 2022.

Can cops chase you in New Jersey? ›

Expected to reduce the number of police vehicular pursuits in New Jersey, the guidelines specify that police officers may only pursue a motor vehicle when they reasonably believe the violator has committed an offense of the first or second degree or when they reasonably believe the violator poses an immediate threat to ...

Can cops have stretched ears? ›

Ear gauges are not permitted unless authorized by the Chief of Police or his/her designee.

Can male cops have earrings? ›

Male employees are prohibited from wearing earrings. All personnel are prohibited from wearing nose-rings or other visible jewelry.

How many years does a background check go back in NJ? ›

How many years back will a Background Check go? The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) which governs background checks nationally only allows for a review of the past 7 years.

How far back can NJ audit? ›

New Jersey Tax Law generally places a four-year statute of limitations on tax audits, beyond which the Division may not audit without your written consent.

What jobs can you not do with a criminal record? ›

What about spent convictions?
  • Jobs that involve working with children or vulnerable adults.
  • Senior roles in banking or finance.
  • Law enforcement roles, including the police and judiciary.
  • The military, navy and air force.
  • Work involving national security.
  • Certain roles in healthcare, pharmacy and the law.
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Do NJ probation officers carry guns? ›

In 1992, a statewide firearms policy was instituted that applies to all New Jersey State Parole Officers. It is mandatory for New Jersey State Parole Officers to carry a firearm while on duty.

Do New Jersey security carry guns? ›


The law mandated that a security officer that is properly licensed to carry a firearm in the State of New Jersey and works as a security guard either with a private security firm or as an in-house security officer must be licensed through SORA.

Can I buy an air soft gun in NJ? ›

The fact is that a firearm ID card is not required to purchase an Airsoft gun in New Jersey. However, one must be 18 years old and produce a valid driver's license to purchase one. This is because unlike bb guns and pellet guns, Airsoft guns are designed to shoot plastic bbs, rather than metal ones.

Is the Springfield M1A legal in New Jersey? ›

The Springfield M1A is not one of the enumerated firearms which are specifically prohibited under the State's assault firearms laws. It has been prohibited in this State as being substantially identical to a named firearm. However, according to the manufacturer's specifications, the M1A has been modified.

Can you drink on probation in NJ? ›

Unless the judge specifically bars you from drinking on probation, you should be allowed to consume alcohol. Of course, you must be over the age of 21 to legally consume alcohol; otherwise, you could be charged with underage drinking offenses.

Can you smoke on probation in New Jersey? ›

Probation: Marijuana possession is not prohibited while under probation supervision, and cannot be used to revoke probation supervision. Parole: Marijuana use and possession cannot be prohibited as a condition of parole release and cannot be used to revoke parole release.

Can you travel while on probation NJ? ›

You will need permission from your probation officer to leave the state. You might not be allowed to move to another state.

Can you carry a gun in your glove box in NJ? ›

The firearm should not be directly accessible from the passenger compartment of the vehicle. If the vehicle does not have a compartment separate from the passenger compartment, the firearm and ammunition must be in a locked container other than the vehicle's glove compartment or console.

Is New Jersey a no carry state? ›

Last updated December 8, 2022 . New Jersey generally prohibits the knowing possession of a handgun in any place other than one's own property or place of business without a permit to carry a handgun.

Is NJ an open carry state? ›

New Jersey. General Summary: No one, with a few exceptions, may carry or possess a handgun open or concealed without a permit. It is also illegal to posses a loaded long gun unless permitted by law e.g. hunting.


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