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New Jersey Statutes Title 52. State Government, Departments and Officers 52 § 17B-70

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There is hereby established in the Division of Criminal Justice in the Department of Law and Public Safety a Police Training Commission whose membership shall consist of the following persons:

a. Two citizens of this State who shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate for terms of three years commencing with the expiration of the terms of the citizen members, other than the representative of the New Jersey Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, now in office.

b. The president or other representative designated in accordance with the bylaws of each of the following organizations:  the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police;  the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association, Inc.;  the New Jersey State League of Municipalities;  the New Jersey State Lodge, Fraternal Order of Police;  the County Prosecutors' Association of New Jersey;  the Sheriffs' Association of New Jersey;  the Police Academy Directors Association;  the New Jersey County Jail Wardens Association;   the New Jersey Juvenile Detention Association;  and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.

c. The Attorney General, the Superintendent of State Police, the Commissioner of Education, the Secretary of Higher Education, the Commissioner of Corrections, and the Chairman of the State Parole Board, ex officio, or when so designated by them, their deputies.

d. The Special Agent in Charge of the State of New Jersey for the Federal Bureau of Investigation or a designated representative.

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