In their fight against prescription drug abuse, New Jersey officials can't only focus on the addicts, but also the professionals who end up putting the narcotics in the hands of people who don't really need them.
The New Jersey Attorney General's Office and the State Police have teamed up to launch a new mentoring program for middle school students. Twenty three eighth-graders will each be paired up with a New Jersey state trooper - for the next five years.
The start of the busy summer travel season gets underway this weekend and while the annual trek to the Jersey Shore begins, Ocean County law enforcement will be ready with its annual countywide DWI checkpoint program.
"Addiction Does Not Discriminate" is the slogan for New Jersey's latest campaign against the opiate abuse epidemic, sending the message that no one is immune to this deadly drug problem - not even the state's senior citizens.
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