Peer Volunteer Program

Peer Volunteers are men and woman of various enlisted ranks who form professional relationships to assist in identifying, discussing, and developing a strategy to empower employees in accomplishing their goals. Having guidance and support from someone who “has been there” offers unique insight and a valuable perspective that is different from the traditional clinical approach. Peer Volunteers acting as a liaison to OEOD, internal networks, community resources, and external programs, encourages better communication reassuring employees their concerns, issues, and priorities are understood.


Peer Volunteer Listing

The Peer Volunteer Program is currently being reorganized.  Please visit the New Jersey State Police Intranet under the Administrative Information Center (A.I.C.) for announcements on the selection process for enlisted employees interested in becoming a Peer Volunteer.  A listing of Peer Volunteers will be shown here when available.

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