Since 2011, Assistant Attorney General Christina Glogoff has headed the Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards—and is the first female to do so. She oversees the New Jersey State Police’s policies and procedures, including internal affairs, and is tasked with prosecuting state troopers when necessary. She previously spent 12 years as a deputy attorney general, advising the State Police on employment and tort matters, and five years in private practice.
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