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Law enforcement learns from the Shoa

Thirty law enforcement officers from Monmouth County took part in a Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) educational program in August using lessons from the Holocaust to better understand their role in a pluralistic civil society where bias-related activity is becoming more prevalent.

DREAMERS UNEASY, BUT HOPEFUL, ABOUT DACA

President Donald Trump’s action last week, laying the groundwork for the possible repeal of what is commonly called DACA, has its supporters. But it has others fearful for their future.

Brookdale Haunted Theater Returns

Residents are invited to navigate nearly one mile of ghouls, monsters and terrifying set pieces this fall when The Haunted Theater returns to Brookdale Community College’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) in Lincroft.

Brookdale’s Haunted Theater Returns October 13

Residents are invited to navigate nearly one mile of ghouls, monsters and terrifying set pieces this fall when The Haunted Theater returns to Brookdale Community College’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) in Lincroft.

RED BANK: ‘HOPE FOR HUMANITY’ VIGIL SLATED

Inspired by an interfaith breakfast held at Brookdale College in the spring, members of Red Bank’s Lunch Break community plan to host a “Hope for Humanity” candlelight vigil Thursday, September 21.

Fugitives at large after 29 arrested in Monmouth County crime probe

Three fugitives remain at large a day after more than two dozen people — some alleged members of a local set of the Bloods street gang — were arrested on charges they led or were accomplices to a surge of shootings in Asbury Park, Long Branch and Neptune.

Operation Lights Out nabs 32 in gang probe

An investigation launched earlier this year prompted by a spike in shootings in Long Branch, Asbury Park and Neptune Township, resulted in the arrests of members of a Long Branch-based “G-Shine” set of the Bloods criminal street gang along with gang associates.

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