New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Association Calls Bail Reform Impractical

THE NATION'S LARGEST BAIL BOND NETWORK

(800) 938-2245

FIND A LOCAL BAIL BOND AGENT NOW

The ExpertBail Network is comprised of the industry’s best, most experienced and most trusted bail bond agents.

  • Nationwide bail bonds. Anywhere. Anytime.
  • Largest network of local bail agents in every state bail can be written.
  • Raising the standards in the bail industry.
  • Fast and Reliable.
  • Se Habla Español.
 

FREE BAIL BOND QUOTE

Fill out the form below and one of our ExpertBail representatives will get back to you ASAP.

In a recent letter to the Editor on MyCentralJersey.com, the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Association questions the need for bail reform. According to the letter, written by Chief of Police, Nils R. Bergquist Jr., the proposed bail reform legislation will not fix the problems plaguing New Jersey’s criminal justice system, but rather will only add an ineffective and inefficient layer of bureaucracy that the state and local counties cannot afford both fiscally and socially.  According to Chief Bergquist, police resources will be taken off the street to help process those awaiting risk assessments.  This type of action will tax our current already underfunded law enforcement groups, creative bigger deficiencies in the system and make our streets less safe. 

It is time that people start addressing the real challenges in the criminal justice system and pass legislations that reinforces the components that work and improves those that dont…that would be real reform driven by real results.  Read the original letter below.

Original article:  LETTER: Bail reforms impractical for police

Posted by: Eric Granof

Read more bail bond industry news: Public Opinion Poll in NJ Does Not Support Bail Reform

Learn more about the bail bond process: Bail Bond Questions and Answers

See ExpertBail’s BAIL MONTH FACTS

Read one of ExpertBail’s bail bond blog posts: More Selfie Incrimination: Leopard Print Pose leads to Jail Time Woes

More Selfie Incrimination: Leopard Print Pose Leads to Jail Time Woes
August 6, 2014
Tough Love Gone Too Far or Just Far Enough
August 12, 2014

In a recent letter to the Editor on MyCentralJersey.com, the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Association questions the need for bail reform. According to the letter, written by Chief of Police, Nils R. Bergquist Jr., the proposed bail reform legislation will not fix the problems plaguing New Jersey’s criminal justice system, but rather will only add an ineffective and inefficient layer of bureaucracy that the state and local counties cannot afford both fiscally and socially.  According to Chief Bergquist, police resources will be taken off the street to help process those awaiting risk assessments.  This type of action will tax our current already underfunded law enforcement groups, creative bigger deficiencies in the system and make our streets less safe. 

It is time that people start addressing the real challenges in the criminal justice system and pass legislations that reinforces the components that work and improves those that dont…that would be real reform driven by real results.  Read the original letter below.

Original article:  LETTER: Bail reforms impractical for police

Posted by: Eric Granof

Read more bail bond industry news: Public Opinion Poll in NJ Does Not Support Bail Reform

Learn more about the bail bond process: Bail Bond Questions and Answers

See ExpertBail’s BAIL MONTH FACTS

Read one of ExpertBail’s bail bond blog posts: More Selfie Incrimination: Leopard Print Pose leads to Jail Time Woes