NJ PBA Local 105

NJ PBA Local 105 Law Enforcement Labor Union Representing Correctional Police Officers from the NJ DOC, Juvenile Justi

11/07/2023

Today is Election Day in New Jersey, and polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Take the time to vote and make your voice heard!

11/07/2023
His dedication to duty and commitment to keeping our community safe will never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with Ofc. ...
11/06/2023

His dedication to duty and commitment to keeping our community safe will never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with Ofc. Stryker and all those who had the privilege of working with K-9 Ice during this difficult time.

K-9 Ice was not just a member of the Department, but a valued member of our community. His service and sacrifice will always be remembered.

Rest in peace, K-9 Ice. Your watch has ended, but your legacy will live on.

11/06/2023
11/05/2023

Daylight Saving ends tonight!

Most of your electronic devices will reset their own clocks, but be prepared for darker mornings ahead.

2023 Newark Blue Mass
11/02/2023

2023 Newark Blue Mass

10/31/2023

Happy Halloween! We hope you have as much fun as SCPO Combs as Mrs. Incredible at the Trunk or Treat!

Congratulations to Cycle  #36 on their graduation from the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission Training Academy at Se...
10/31/2023

Congratulations to Cycle #36 on their graduation from the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission Training Academy at Sea Girt, NJ. We are extremely proud of their accomplishment and warmly welcome these 10 Juvenile Correctional Police Officers to our family.

Wishing them all the best and a safe journey ahead.

Great time supporting Aberdeen trunk or treat.
10/28/2023

Great time supporting Aberdeen trunk or treat.

Out supporting Aberdeen PBA Trunk or Treat till 5:00pm
10/28/2023

Out supporting Aberdeen PBA Trunk or Treat till 5:00pm

🏀🏆🏀Congratulations to Northern State Prison for winning the 2023 Annual PBA Local 105 Basketball Tournament. A big Thank...
10/25/2023

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Congratulations to Northern State Prison for winning the 2023 Annual PBA Local 105 Basketball Tournament.

A big Thank You toRelevance Behavioral Health for Sponsoring this event, and thank you to all the teams and Officers that played in this great event.

10/20/2023

Voting by mail in 2023? 3 ways to return your Mail-In Ballot by 11/7 at 8pm:
1. Mail 📬
2. Secure ballot drop box 📨
3. Your county’s Board of Elections Office 📩
❌ Your Mail-In Ballot CANNOT be returned to your early voting or Election Day polling locations.
Info at Vote.NJ.Gov.

10/18/2023

Do you know about NJWELL? This terrific program encourages wellness with dozens of online and coaching activities related to fitness physical and emotional health, social interactions, finances and more. AND you can earn a gift card worth $250 or more!

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10/17/2023

Because details matter: Every New Jersey Department of Corrections employee should be sure to register for the Member Benefits Online System. There, you can handle important details like updating beneficiary information, adding emergency contacts and more.

Visit https://www.nj.gov/treasury/pensions/mbos-register.shtml to register.

10/16/2023

CINT is simply the best!

On Friday, Oct. 13 the Special Operations Group Critical Incident Negotiations Team (CINT) won the “Golden Bullhorn” trophy at the Statewide Crisis Negotiation competition held at the Somerset County Patriots Stadium in Somerville. It's the fourth time the team has captured the Golden Bullhorn, with previous wins in 2015, 1017 and 2019. This trophy is particularly meaningful because it is named in memory of the late Major Edwin Rodriguez, former CINT team leader.

“CINT has proven once again that our team is the ‘Best-of-the-Best’ when it comes to crisis negotiations,” said team leader Lt. David Kuperberg.

We are of this tradition of excellence! Well done CINT!

10/15/2023

Hi my name is Krissy and I am fundraising on behalf if my cousin Frank Congleton Jr and hi… Krissy Montana needs your support for Officer Frank Congleton Jr.

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10/14/2023

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This is the hero we lost last night. Philadelphia Police Officer Richard Mendez was 50 years old and a 22 year veteran when he interrupted a car burglary at Philadelphia International Airport parking deck Thursday night. He was shot multiple times and a fellow officer was also shot. His murder has shaken us all.

He leaves behind a wife and daughter. Our hearts go out to his family and friends.

We need to catch his killers. COP SHOT is offering a reward through Philadelphia FOP Lodge #5

Call 215-686-TIPS.

https://gofund.me/78c097dd
10/10/2023

https://gofund.me/78c097dd

Hi my name is Krissy and I am fundraising on behalf if my cousin Frank Congleton Jr and hi… Krissy Montana needs your support for Officer Frank Congleton Jr.

Breast Cancer Awareness coin. $20 each can be shipped. To order email promoitems@njpbalocal105.com while supplies last. ...
10/07/2023

Breast Cancer Awareness coin. $20 each can be shipped. To order email [email protected] while supplies last. Please include shipping address in your email.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show your support! Patches are $7. Magnet is $5. Email Promoitems@njpbalocal10...
10/02/2023

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Show your support! Patches are $7. Magnet is $5. Email [email protected] to place your order.

🚨A big Congratulations to three of our own. 🚨These three Female Correctional Police Officers signed up for the RAB fi***...
09/29/2023

🚨A big Congratulations to three of our own. 🚨

These three Female Correctional Police Officers signed up for the RAB fi****ms N.J.W.L.E. competition. It started off with 15 female officers from different agencies.

Top 3 shooters would move on to the competition in January where they compete for top shooter. PBA Local 105 is excited to share with you that the top 3 shooters were NJDOC Officers and PBA Local 105 Members.

First place Ofc. Heather McNenny - CTU/Fi****ms Instructor.

Second place Ofc. Ashley Folk - SOG/ Fi****ms Instructor.

Third place Ofc. Rosie Ortiz - CTU/SOG/Fi****ms Instructor.

All the officers who participated will be invited to AC for a convention and a chance to cheer on the Officer who takes 1st place in January’s shoot off competition.

Good luck Officers, and thank you for making our Union and Department proud !

https://gofund.me/ac9af0fe
09/29/2023

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Unfortunately, SCPO C. Baggaley GSCF had a house Fire that started around 10:30am ye… William Sullivan needs your support for House Fire Brother Baggaley GSCF

https://gofund.me/0b6d62c1
09/26/2023

https://gofund.me/0b6d62c1

Unfortunately, SCPO C. Baggaley GSCF had a house Fire that started around 10:30am ye… William Sullivan needs your support for House Fire Brother Baggaley GSCF

Please help and support Ofc. Rosario Johnson Daughter from Northern State Prison.
09/26/2023

Please help and support Ofc. Rosario Johnson Daughter from Northern State Prison.

In November of 2022, Luciana was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor, kidney cancer. Although she ra… Brittany Wargo needs your support for Support the Johnson Family

Today NJPBA Local 105 and the NJDOC had a special visitor who came in and spent some time with us. Alex Mann is a 23 yea...
09/25/2023

Today NJPBA Local 105 and the NJDOC had a special visitor who came in and spent some time with us.

Alex Mann is a 23 year old gentleman with Autism. Alex is from Pennsylvania and he has made it his mission to visit as many Law Enforcement Agencies as he can to spread Autism Awareness and Acceptance.

While here, Alex toured our PBA Office and our Central Office Headquarters in Trenton.

Alex was able to have a Q&A with our PBA Executive Board, NJDOC Commissioner Victoria Kuhn, Assistant Commissioner Erin Nardelli, and members of our Special Operations Group and Central Transportation Unit.

Alex checked out our vehicles and equipment, was able to see two K-9 demonstrations, and a tour of Central Transportation HQ.

Today marks his 424th Law Enforcement agency visit since starting this venture. This was his first Corrections Department.

Thank you to all the staff that helped Alex have a great day.

We wish Alex the best and we are happy that he chose NJPBA Local 105 and The New Jersey Department Of Corrections as the agency to visit today !

Keep up the good work and keep spreading that positivity!

Sports team patches!Patches are $10 each and can be shipped. To place an order email PromoItems@njpbalocal105.com. Pleas...
09/25/2023

Sports team patches!
Patches are $10 each and can be shipped. To place an order email [email protected]. Please include your shipping address

Great work!
03/08/2022

Great work!

State Police and Partners Arrest 18 Fugitives, Including Individuals Wanted for Violent Crimes in Essex County

Newark, N.J.- The New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit coordinated a four-day cooperative mobile deployment that led to the arrest of 18 fugitives in Essex County, including seven documented street gang members. This deployment is part of a comprehensive initiative to reduce violent crime statewide.

Detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit, Violent and Organized Crime Control North Bureau, K-9 North Unit, Real Time Crime Center North Unit, and Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory Unit, along with members of the United States Marshals Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force, the New Jersey Department of Corrections Special Operations Group, Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, Essex County Sheriff’s Office, and the Newark Police Department, targeted violent criminals who were located in, or near, the City of Newark. The targets for the operation were identified through various investigative means including street-level intelligence, patrol advisories, and information provided by the Real Time Crime Center North Unit, Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, Essex County Sheriff’s Office, and Newark Police Department Intelligence Units.

From Thursday, February 24, to Sunday, February 27, a total of 18 fugitives wanted by state, county, and local law enforcement agencies were apprehended at various locations in, and around, the City of Newark. Those arrested were wanted for crimes including murder, aggravated assault, aggravated manslaughter, armed robbery, aggravated sexual assault, terroristic threats, burglary, and weapons and drug offenses. All were lodged at Essex County Jail.

“Crime suppression efforts that locate and arrest dangerous recidivist offenders are a crucial way for law enforcement to disrupt criminal activities that compromise the safety of our communities,” said Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin. “I commend the New Jersey State Police along with our federal, state, county, and local law enforcement partners who conducted this collaborative initiative that undoubtedly helped reduce violent crime.”

“These fugitive initiatives not only take dangerous offenders off the streets, but also helps us obtain valuable intelligence that may solve additional crimes and ultimately reduce violent crime in our communities,” said Colonel Patrick J. Callahan, Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. “Our commitment to protecting all those in New Jersey does not end with these 18 arrests. We remain committed to working with our law enforcement partners across that state to target violent, recidivist offenders who attempt to evade justice.”

The latest cooperative mobile deployment follows “Operation Summer in the City,” a coordinated law enforcement effort conducted in recent years to reduce crime in cities across New Jersey, which has resulted in numerous arrests of violent, dangerous, and recidivist offenders. In 2018, a multi-city, multi-agency sweep resulted in the arrest of 166 dangerous fugitives, including 61 documented gang members, and law enforcement also seized guns, drugs, and money. In 2019, “Operation Summer in the City” netted 75 fugitives, including 26 gang members in Camden and Atlantic City. With the COVID-19 pandemic, operations required a shift in 2020, and a fugitive sweep was conducted in Atlantic County, which resulted in the arrests of 14 fugitives. In 2021, 57 fugitives were arrested as a result of three ‘Operation Summer in the City’ sweeps led by the NJSP in Atlantic County, Trenton and Essex County.

Charges are mere accusations, and the accused are considered innocent until proven guilty.

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NJPBA LOCAL 105 representing four teams today and tomorrow in the 2022 Special Olympics Snow Bowl 🏈

The four teams are from Northern State Prison, New Jersey State Prison, South Woods State Prison, and Southern State Prison.

Good Luck everyone and thank you for supporting Special Olympics !!
The month of March represents MS and Colon Cancer Awareness month. We have hat patches which are approved to be worn on your NJDOC hat for this month. You can pick them up or order them by following the directions below.

Patches are $5. We have full size and hat size.

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