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NJDHTS Law Enforcement Liaison & Region Supervisors

A Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) serves as a vital link and conduit between a State Highway Safety Office (SHSO) and that state’s law enforcement community. LELs help promote and enhance state and national highway safety programs, initiatives and campaigns and perform a myriad of functions, including planning, organizing, networking, promoting, recruiting, implementing, reporting and evaluating law enforcement’s role in traffic safety projects, activities, and achievements.

An LEL can perform a myriad of functions covering planning, organizing, networking, promoting, recruiting, implementing, reporting, and evaluating law enforcement’s role in traffic safety projects, activities, and achievements. LELs are sworn and retired law enforcement officials who may perform their duties on a contractual basis, as part of their police activities or under a grant from the SHSO. One of their most important tasks is to recruit and encourage state and local law enforcement participation in the national and state traffic safety mobilizations, but they continuously work toward a culture of sustained and effective traffic enforcement programs. The involvement of state LELs has increased the number of law enforcement agencies participating in traffic safety activities, and this contributes to crash reductions.

Contact Information
Chief Paul Kaminsky, Ret.
Law Enforcement Liaison
NJSACOP / NJDHTS                        
pkaminsky@njsacop.org 
P: (856) 334-8943

NJDHTS REGION SUPERVISORS

NORTH REGION SUPERVISOR
(Bergen, Essex, Hudson, MOrris, Passaic, Sussex, Warren)
Bob Gaydosh
robert.gaydosh@lps.state.nj.us
P: (609) 633-9022

CENTRAL REGION SUPERVISOR
(Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset, Union)
Ed O'Connor
edward.o'connor@lps.state.nj.us
P: (609)633-9048

SOUTH REGION SUPERVISOR
(Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape MAy, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem)
Ray Reeve
raymond.reeve@lps.state.nj.us
P: (609) 633-9093