Warren County Prosecutor's Office

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Community Relations

  • March 21, 2018 - The Hometown Security Seminar Scheduled for Thursday night at the Warren County Community College has been postponed by NJOHSP due to the weather
  • New Jersey SAFE STOP: Every traffic stop should end safely for all involved


    NJ Attorney General, Christopoher S. Porrino Message:

    We have taken various steps, all of which have been directed at law enforcement: All police officers in New Jersey must complete annual training on de-escalation techniques, cultural awareness and implicit bias through our CLEAR Institute; thousands of police officers now wear body-worn cameras; we have improved protocols for investigation of police-involved use of deadly force; and we have promoted innovative community policing through hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants and awards. Our new “Safe Stop” initiative takes the next step by providing information for the general public about what to do, and what not to do, during a traffic stop, to ensure that all stops are safe and fair. Please help us make every stop a Safe Stop.


                For more information go to http://www.nj.gov/oag/safestopnj

    NETSMARTZ: Internet Safety for Children


    NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates.


    NetSmartz Goals:

    • Educate children on how to recognize potential Internet risks
    • Engage children and adults in a two-way conversation about on- and offline risks
    • Empower children to help prevent themselves from being exploited and to report victimization to a trusted adult

                For more information go to https://www.netsmartz.org/Parents


    The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (the COPS Office), U.S. Department of Justice, have developed a series of training modules to identify the most common types of Internet and computer-related scams, and instructional tools to help people avoid being victimized by these scams.

    The mission of this program is to provide free resources to educate members of the public about Internet and computer-related scams, to provide them with tools, information, and resources to protect themselves, and to take action if they are victimized. The modules include:

    • Identity Theft,
    • Work-at-Home Scams,
    • Romance Scams,
    • Health-Related Fraud,
    • Auction Fraud,
    • Advance Fee Fraud,
    • Real Estate Scams,
    • Credit and Debit Card Fraud and;
    • Computer Crimes

    For more information go to http://www.iacpcybercenter.org/resource-center/cyber-victimization-training/ and click on the training modules.


    The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. Since 1984, NCMEC has served as the national clearinghouse and resource center for families, victims, private organizations, law enforcement and the public on issues relating to missing and sexually exploited children.

    In March 1998, NCMEC launched their CyberTipline. The CyberTipline provides the public and electronic service providers (ESPs) with the ability to report online (and via toll-free telephone) instances of online enticement of children for sexual acts, extra-familial child sexual molestation, child pornography, child sex tourism, child sex trafficking, unsolicited obscene materials sent to a child, misleading domain names, and misleading words or digital images on the Internet. NCMEC continuously reviews CyberTipline reports to ensure that reports of children who may be in imminent danger get first priority. After NCMEC’s review is completed, all information in a CyberTipline report is made available to law enforcement.

    Members of the public are encouraged to report information regarding possible child sexual exploitation to the CyberTipline.
    There are two ways to make a report. You can call 1-800-843-5678 or go to https://report.cybertip.org/


    Members of the public are encouraged to report information regarding possible child sexual exploitation to the CyberTipline.

    Call 1-800-843-5678 or go to https://report.cybertip.org/