New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday appointed an ombudsman in his office to create a system of ethics compliance and training and to be a sounding board for executive branch employees with ethical concerns.

The governor named to the post Seton Hall University School of Law Dean Patrick Hobbs, who is also the chairman of the State Commission of Investigation. He will have “complete autonomy,” according to a statement released by the administration.

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