N.J. comptroller: State Police internal investigations take too long
When State Police Trooper Rangy Pangborn complained last month that he was under investigation by internal affairs because he refused to toss out Assemblyman Nelson Albano’s speeding ticket, he said the matter could take years to review and slow his rise through the ranks.
He had a point, a new report shows.
New Jersey Comptroller Matthew Boxer said in a report made public today that internal State Police investigations take too long to complete, potentially allowing problems to fester and holding up trooper promotions. (Baxter, The Star-Ledger)