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What happens to the police officers weapon if he is charged with a Domestic Violence offense?

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What happens to the police officers weapon if he is charged with a Domestic Violence offense?

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Any department-issued weapon, which is seized or surrendered in connection with a domestic violence incident, is to be returned to the custody and control of the department which issued that weapon. All other weapons owned, possessed, or controlled by the officer, which are seized or surrendered, are to be promptly forwarded to the County Prosecutor’s Office. Therefore, the status of the weapon is administrated in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Attorney General’s Guidelines on Police Response Procedures in Domestic Violence Cases and the County Prosecutor’s Procedures for the seizure and transportation of firearms to the Prosecutor’s Office in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 2C:25-21(d). Meanwhile, if the weapons(s) have been seized pursuant to a court order or domestic violence search warrant then the Division of Criminal Justice, then the County Prosecutor and the Police Bureau will conduct an immediate investigation of the incident. This investigation wil

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