Wounded NJ Law Enforcement Officers to Get Counseling Help
March 21, 2007
Wounded law enforcement officers in New Jersey will get counseling support paid for by the state under a law signed Wednesday by Gov. Jon S. Corzine.
"New Jersey's law enforcement officers have made the choice to shoulder the risk and responsibility that comes with the job of protecting our state and its people," Corzine said. "We must make it our responsibility to ensure that these officers get the proper counseling care and support that they need if they are wounded in the course of performing that task."
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