All police officers in New Jersey are now subject to random drug-testing under a directive from the state's new attorney general.
Police departments are also required to implement "early warning systems" triggered by problem behavior such as misconduct accusations, lawsuits, domestic abuse and drunken driving under a separate directive announced by Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's office.
Grewal, who was appointed by Gov. Phil Murphy in January, said Tuesday that most police departments and county prosecutors already have such policies in place. The two new directives would mandate them statewide.