Listen: New Jersey, Rutgers And Charles Cardona discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott
"It's the mindset behind an approach being pushed by advocates in New Jersey. Just a handful of Garden State law enforcement agencies have a pre arrest diversion program in place. West orange police chief James Abbott says their program operation hope welcomes drug users to the station with drugs in hand who want help their team of volunteers is on call twenty four seven no matter the hour day night, be four o'clock in the morning on Christmas. Charles Cardona with Adnan labs, a founding partner of the police treatment and community collaborative says police are in a unique position to tackle this drug crisis and associated treatment provider is the missing link as opposed to saying, gee, I'm going to arrest that person one day. Now, I'm going to help that person today in Monroe Dino flam me on New Jersey one zero one point five news, angry professors and other faculty disrupted the Rutgers board of governors meeting upset they still have a contract with the university. More than one hundred pack. The public portion of the meeting when one union member vow to strike if they don't get a new contract with raises and a fifteen dollars minimum wage. Rutgers would only say that talks are ongoing temperature's this morning at or below freezing kids will need a jacket on the way to the bus stop. But the good news about the winter storm this weekend is that there probably won't be one dental have all of that coming up and we'll recap our top stories next.."