Our organization consists of sworn law enforcement officers from various local, state and federal agencies and citizens who are supportive of Asian Americans in law enforcement as well as the law enforcement community as a whole. Our primary goal is to recruit qualified Asian Americans into law enforcement so that the Asian American community would be adequately represented in local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. We promote cultural awareness and tolerance to create a strong bond and a working relationship between law enforcement and the community it serves.
On November 15, 2017 the honorable New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino held a major press conference to kick off the SAFE STOP NJ campaign. The premise of the SAFE STOP campaign is a simple, yet powerful one to the motoring public in New Jersey and beyond: When a motor vehicle is stopped by a law enforcement officer what should the operator do and what can the operator expect from said law enforcement officer.
There is no doubt , when word of this campaign, SAFESTOP hits the streets and neighborhoods of New Jersey, it can and will potentially save lives of all concerned in a traffic stop situation. KUDOS to the Attorney General and his office to kick off such a great program involving law enforcement, celebrities and community leaders.
The association thanks the Edison Township Police Department for allowing Police Officers Jason Chang and Shirley Dong to participate directly with the SAFE STOP NJ campaign.
To those on this mass e-mailing please disseminate the information to your members of the force, community, in the colleges, high schools and community centers. This is a win win for law enforcement and the communities we all serve. SAFE STOP will not stop the bad guys from trying to hurt those that are sworn to protect. SAFE STOP will allow the motoring public to be aware of what they should do during a motor vehicle stop and if necessary what recourse they have if they have concerns regarding said car stop.
At the podium during the SAFE STOP NJ press conference is NJ Attorney General Christopher Porrino with law enforcement personnel, community leaders and celebrities all supporting the SAFE STOP Initiative. (far left is NJAALEOA OEM Director Jamie Yeh & member Officer Jason Chang.
*** 2017 MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL ***
Dear Fellow Brothers & Sisters,
On the behalf of New Jersey Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association, we would like to wish you and your family & love ones a very safe and happy holiday!
It's that time of the year again to provide you with a reminder of NJAALEOA membership renewal. Our 2017 association membership runs from October 2016 through September 2017.
If you have already submitted your membership dues via personal check or association's website, we thank you! Please kindly disregard this notice.
If you have not yet renewed your membership, for your convenience, we hereby provide you with the following direct payment links for your specific membership category:
SWORN Law Enforcement Officer Membership - $40.00 / year
ASSOCIATE Membership - $40.00/year
CORPORATE Sponsor Membership - $150 / year
If you would like to purchase Association T-Shirts, the cost is $10.00 per T-Shirt, please kindly indicate SIZE preferences (S, M, X, or EX) at the paypal NOTE section upon check out. Thank you!
Should you have any questions or if you do not have a PAYPAL account - but would like to submit payment via credit card, please feel free to contact us at PIO.NJAALEOA@GMAIL.COM, we will be more than happy to assist you through the payment process.
New Jersey Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association
P. O. Box 958
Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857
President Joe Luistro, Association OEM Director Jamie Yeh and R. May had an informal meeting with New Jersey State Police Major Brian Polite and Trooper Gene Hong. Major Polite is the commanding officer of the NJSP Community Outreach and Public Affairs Unit. A productive discussion of issues of mutual concern were addressed including but not limited to recruitment, and joint participation of events.
from left to right. President Joe Luistro, Trooper Gene Hong, R. May, Major Brian Polite and OEM Director Jamie Yeh.
Kudos to the association's NJAALEOA.org webmaster Edison Police Officer Jason Chang. Jason was recently highlighted in an issue of the SINO- Monthly, the largest Asian based monthly publication in the east coast. The article is an interview of Jason and the experiences he has had as a police officer within one of the largest municipalities in the state.
What an amazing night and a great dinner to commerate our 20th Anniversary! Thank you to everybody who attended, as well as our sponsors for making it happen! Big thanks to E-board for the planning and the details. See also Events section for more photos.