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 >>>
With the arrival of 2017, begins the new training schedule of the NJNEOA. Training Chairman Robert Mazur, along with 4th Vice-President Nitin Daniels and their training committee have put together a full agenda for the year.
The February Seminar is being held on the 21st at the Middlesex County Fire Academy in Sayreville. The topic “Narcotics Investigatory Techniques for Patrol, Juvenile, SRO and Detectives” is being presented by members of the Union County Prosecutor’s Office – Guns, Gangs, Drugs & Violent Crimes Task Force.
Two months later, the April Seminar is being held on the 18th at the Ocean County Fire Academy in Waretown. The topic, “Utilizing the Dark Web in Narcotics Investigations”, is being presented by members of the Department of Homeland Security Preparedness of New Jersey.
The 48th Annual Narcotics Training Conference is being held during the week of June 5th through 8th at Bally’s Hotel & Conference Center in Atlantic City. There are eight narcotic and investigatory related presentations scheduled for the week.
The Annual NJNEOA Awards Luncheon is being held on June 8th at the conclusion of the Conference.
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