COVID-19 - A Message from NJSACOP Leadership and Executive Staff

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to provide you with an update on our ongoing efforts to continue assisting NJSACOP members while also protecting the health and safety of our staff, Association leaders, members, and stakeholders. We are in unprecedented times but we are confident in the resilience of our Association and the Law Enforcement community. 

The NJSACOP staff is working remotely for the next several weeks at minimum, but we are 100 percent operational. Many of our members have reached out to us for resources and guidance on meetings and events, office operations, and other issues related to COVID-19, and we have compiled a number of useful resources and updates via our Association E-lert system. Please feel free to contact us directly for assistance. We're here to help.
While the national and state response to COVID-19 is rapidly evolving, here are a few steps NJSACOP has taken in light of the situation:

While we are all having to make tough decisions as a result of this fast-moving threat, NJSACOP is standing with its members, leadership, partners and other stakeholders. The NJSACOP has cancelled the April 02 State Police Chiefs Briefing (a call-in Briefing is being explored - more specifics will be emailed directly as plans solidify). All NJSACOP courses and programs scheduled for the remainder of March and for April have been postponed.  Details will be forwarded to all registered attendees when appropriate about rescheduled dates.

As we move forward, the Association will provide updates about May meetings, courses, and events.

We encourage our members and other stakeholders to check our Association website and social media accounts frequently for any changes and updates.

To all our members, their personnel, and their families  - thank you for all you do, and stay safe.

NJSACOP Leadership and Executive Staff

Our Mission

To promote and enhance the highest ethical and professional standards in law enforcement at all levels throughout New Jersey