The New Jersey Chapter
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Correctional Association is a non-profit professional organization that has served as a forum for corrections in New Jersey since 1983. Membership includes a wide variety of correctional employees drawing from probation, parole, institutions, community based facilities, treatments centers, schools, law enforcement, the judiciary and related governmental and private agencies. We provide criminal justice practitioners in New Jersey with educational training and networking opportunities.
The New Jersey Chapter's mission is to shape public policy and provide information, training and networking opportunities, thereby promoting professional growth and organizational effectiveness in New Jersey's criminal/juvenile justice system.
- To provide a unified voice concerning the needs and concerns of corrections, criminal justice clients and employees before the state legislature, local government, public agencies, organizations and clubs.
- To provide a forum for discussion of county and statewide correctional problems through an annual statewide conference.
- To provide a clearinghouse of descriptive information concerning exemplary corrections and criminal justice programs in the state and on the national level.
- To review legislative matters being considered before the state legislature relating to the field of criminal justice to provide to the public information regarding these matters.
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