Man Allegedly Threatened Warren County Courthouse and DCPP

A man was recently arrested after reportedly threatening to shoot a judge at the Warren County Courthouse in Belvidere, New Jersey. Nelson Martinez called the courthouse just after 10 a.m. and said that he was going to shoot a judge in 44 minutes, according to Warren County Sheriff James J. McDonald. Consequently, the courthouse and […]

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NJ Woman Gets Prison for Negligent Death of Child

News reports recently circulated online about the depressing death of a two-year-old child. The child sadly died while sitting in a car seat for several hours as her mother was under the influence of drugs. The mother was criminally charged with manslaughter and later sentenced to 15 years in NJ State Prison. This case stemmed […]

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The Child Welfare System in New Jersey: What Happens When DCPP Intervenes?

A recent article discusses 12 instances where children tragically died after the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) began monitoring their families. In the reported cases, the deaths of the children were caused by the parents despite the Division investigating and, later, intervening. The national nonprofit Children’s Rights had previously sued the Division, claiming […]

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New Jersey Teacher Fired for Alleged Unprofessional Conduct

A New Jersey middle school science teacher from Gloucester County was recently fired after allegedly engaging in what has been referred to as “unprofessional” conduct. In a letter sent by the Pitman Middle School superintendent, the teacher’s actions were described as “unprofessional actions towards some students.” However, additional details about the specific conduct were not […]

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Wayne Teacher Fired for Alleged Mistreatment of Students

A teacher in Passaic County was recently fired after an arbitrator ruled that she should not return to the classroom. The case came about after authorities learned that the teacher allegedly locked special needs students in the class bathroom as a form of punishment. A district investigation revealed that the teacher also referred to students […]

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Rise in Number of Foster Children in the United States

According to a recent report from the Department of Health and Human Services, the number of children in the U.S. foster care system has increased for the fourth year in a row. The national data released in the report indicates that substance abuse by parents is a major contributing factor. Specifically, 437,500 children were in […]

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Salem, NJ Mother Allegedly Eludes Police with Child in Car

A Salem, New Jersey woman is alleged to have recently led police on a car chase that spanned two states, all while her six-month-old infant was also in the car. According to the Pennsville Police Department, the scary chain of events began when a patrol officer attempted to stop the suspect’s car for careless driving. […]

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Infant Found Dead in Jersey City, NJ

A two-week-old infant recently passed away after being found with injuries inside an apartment building in Jersey City, NJ. According to the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office, the matter is still being investigated; it is unclear whether foul play is suspected in the child’s death. When law enforcement found the infant, she was unresponsive and bleeding. […]

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New Families Started on National Adoption Day

National Adoption Day, which recently fell on November 17, 2017, resulted in the finalization of many adoptions across New Jersey. In Union County alone, the family court completed the adoptions of nine children at the Union County courthouse in Elizabeth, NJ. Some of the children adopted had been previously placed in resource homes by child […]

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Altercation at DCP&P Office Leads to Criminal Charges for Warren County Man

A Warren County man was recently arrested and charged with terroristic threats after an alleged altercation at a Division of Child Protection and Permanency (“DCP&P”) office. According to the Flemington Police Department, officers responded to the Hunterdon Local DCP&P Office after receiving reports that a man had threatened to shoot Division employees. Reportedly, there was […]

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