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Internal Affairs Complaint - Neptune Township
Burlington Institute of Technology confidentially paid $65,000 to student who claimed that school officials did not remedy racial harassment
Township in Cumberland County "unable to locate" some closed meeting minutes; will approve years of other closed meeting minutes at June 7th meeting
Millville confidentially paid out $40,000 to teenager who said that cop pulled a gun on him
East Orange paid out $200,000 to police matron who claimed that police captain ejaculated on her furniture
Linden paid out $45,000 to settle wrongful arrest lawsuit
Elizabeth agrees to pay $30,000 to resolve police excessive force lawsuit
Lawyer to blogger: "Immediately cease and desist in your publication" of my client's confidential settlement agreement with a public agency
Cape May challenged on charging OPRA requestors to copy records to be scanned and e-mailed
The state won't enforce the law, so I've got to go town to town
Trenton admits that it violated Attorney General's Internal Affairs reporting requirements
OPRA lawsuit challenges Passaic City's refusal to disclose 2-year-old unapproved meeting minutes
Specification of charges against State Troopers released by administrative law court
Upcoming public discussion: Should video from police cameras be off-limits?
Question Regarding Haddon Township Police Officer Jason Dement's College Diploma
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