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Senator Michael Testa

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Testa on Murphy’s Funding Announcement for Anti-Crime Technology

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Senator Michael Testa responded to Governor Murphy’s announcement that $7 million in federal American Rescue Plan funds will be used to fund the purchase of acoustic sensors and gunshot detection technologies, video cameras, and automatic license plate readers to help law enforcement respond to a surge of crime across the state.

Sen. Michael Testa responded to Gov. Murphy’s announcement that $7 million in federal American Rescue Plan funds will be used to fund the purchase of anti-crime technology to help law enforcement respond to a surge of crime across the state. (Pixabay)

“Governor Murphy just let 40% of the prisoners out of our jails, and now he’s spending millions so police can track the people he released who are out on the streets committing crimes again,” said Testa (R-1). “The governor’s progressive logic is dizzying.”

Testa warned earlier this week that a new round of prisoner releases and pandemic mandates by the Murphy administration will make New Jersey less safe.

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