NJ attorney general: Comptroller’s report on police training may require ‘further action’

After a report issued by the Office of the State Comptroller earlier this month harshly criticized education provided to New Jersey police by Street Cop Training, law enforcement agencies throughout the state may need to reevaluate cases based on the report’s implications — and which officers took part in the training.

The report, released at the beginning of December, alleges that Street Cop Training, an East Windsor-based police consultancy, offered training that advocated for unconstitutional policing tactics, glorified violence and denigrated women and minorities at a conference held in Atlantic City in 2021.

The training likely violated myriad state laws and policies, acting New Jersey Comptroller Kevin Walsh said this month.

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