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What is causing your fatigue and what to do about it?

By Mitchell Krugel | March 31, 2021

By Dr. Sachin Shah and Dr. Glenn Foss A couple weeks ago, two new patients who worked for the prosecutor’s office came into our office. They were telling us how…

Eyewitness identification procedures revised

By Mitchell Krugel | March 31, 2021

By Ed Esposito On February 9, the New Jersey Attorney General revised the procedures law enforcement officers must follow when composing, conducting and recording out-of-court identifications made by an eyewitness.…

More Wonderful Life Insurance

By Mitchell Krugel | March 31, 2021

Capital Benefits brings new NJSPA plan that gives members unprecedented value No NJSPBA supporter seems to serve to protect like Capital Benefits, the New Jersey insurance brokers who initially provided…

Feeling better to a ‘T’

By Mitchell Krugel | February 23, 2021

How improving your low T can make those aches and pains go away Calls from PBA members keep coming into Advanced Anti-Aging in Riverdale, where a multi-disciplinary approach to promoting…

This is a test

By Mitchell Krugel | February 23, 2021

Civil Service announces schedule for promotional exams. Are you up for the test? The dire need for promotional testing resonated all the way to the NJ State PBA. Members had…

PFRS Trustee Board has built it…

By Karen Jenkins | January 20, 2021

…and now with infrastructure in place, members want to know if COLA will come Before getting to the question so many NJSPBA members have for the independently run Police and…

Take care for yourself

By Michele C. Hollow | January 20, 2021

Some medical advice about how law enforcement officers can better manage their health It’s common for law enforcement officers to worry about what they can’t see. Instincts kick in, and…

Opening the door to communication with young children

By Iris Perlstein | December 21, 2020

By Iris Perlstein, LCADC, LPC, ATR-BC Previously, we discussed the possibility that children of first responders may be at risk for secondhand trauma or secondary traumatic stress (STS). We listed…

PBA’s expert on implicit bias

By Michele C. Hollow | December 21, 2020

Glen Ridge Local 58’s Uliano tapped to develop statewide training program for law enforcement Law Enforcement officers might question why implicit bias and cultural training is necessary. The bill signed…

The System is working

By Mitchell Krugel | December 21, 2020

PFRS Trustee Board looking ahead to ‘monumental’ year Members of the Police and Fire Retirement System (PFRS) Trustee Board continue to huddle each month, working on their game plan and…