|Corrections officers from 4 counties complete state's first crisis intervention training program|
|By nj.com- Erika Solorzano|
SECAUCUS -- Twenty corrections officers stepped up this morning to receive a graduation certificate for completing New Jersey's first-ever 40-hour Crisis Intervention Training Program.
The National Institute of Corrections sponsored 14 men and six women from Camden, Passaic, Union and Hudson counties to go through a "very intense and hands on" scenario-based training program.
"I'm proud of what you guys are doing, you are starting a legacy – not many people can do that, and you were it, twenty people," Hudson County Department of Corrections Lt. Ronald Edwards said as he addressed the group.
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