Dozens of New Jersey State Troopers were reassigned last week and are now patrolling the streets of Newark as part of a program named TIDE-TAG.
The program was designed to thwart the amount of violent crimes taking place in the state’s largest city, following a record year of homicides that saw 111 residents slain.
Read the full story here.
In July 2013 the state deployed the same program in Trenton as homicides and violent crimes skyrocketed in the early part of the year. Incidents decreased dramatically in Trenton after the program began.