http://www.nj.com/statehouse/ledger/index.ssf?/base/news-1/1065765145131070.xml The "chronically understaffed" New Jersey State Police must fill more than 1,000 vacancies to do its job effectively, a staffing study says. The Associated Press says the study suggests that it may take nine years to fill the positions. The ranks have been depleted by anti-terrorism activities; redeployments from regular assignments to fill gaps and new positions; the need to comply with a federal consent decree on racial . . .
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