Andrew Ford, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Andrew Ford

The Asbury Park Press NJ

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Past articles by Andrew:

NJ limits police car chases after APP investigation

The state attorney general addressed a loophole identified by the Asbury Park Press. → Read More

NJ lawmakers pass bill inspired by APP to stop bad cops sneaking between jobs

Cops won't be able to hide discipline from future employers if Gov. Phil Murphy signs the bill into law. → Read More

New Jersey is moving forward on licensing cops

The people responsible for keeping New Jersey police officers honest voted unanimously to move forward on licensing cops. → Read More

5 ways everyday citizens can start holding police departments accountable

A journalist shares how anyone can use investigative reporting techniques to strengthen police accountability. → Read More

I cover cops: Here are 5 ways you can start holding your police accountable

Police culture can be insular and tough to penetrate, but the public can hold law enforcement accountable. → Read More

$950,000 payout in lawsuit claiming police fabricated evidence

That ranks among the larger settlements related to police in recent years. Such settlements totaled more than $60 million statewide in the past decade. → Read More

APP and ProPublica need your help exposing police misconduct

Tell us if you know about police misconduct in New Jersey and why it's allowed to persist. → Read More

Lawmakers take aim at police car chases after APP investigation

Three senators called for action after APP showed chases kill innocent people, most of them black. → Read More

Police chases in NJ are killing innocent victims. You could be next: Coming Monday

You or any citizen on the road could be the next to die. → Read More

13 years in prison for convicted cocaine trafficking jet pilot

The government says he bought jets, hangars, and a Lexus SUV with drug money → Read More

Female NJ prison guards shouldn't have to strip search transgender female inmate: lawsuit

Their union filed a lawsuit opposing the transfer of a transgender female inmate to the state's only women's prison. → Read More

Video catches dolphins swimming in river near Sea Bright

The Jersey Shore is home to a bounty of wildlife, and dolphins were recently spotted near Sea Bright. Matt Rosenbloom, 34, of Oceanport, caught the pod on camera while out boating about 8:30 a.m. Saturday and shared the video with the Asbury Park Press. Check out these other New Jersey wildlife sightings: Andrew Ford: @AndrewFordNews; 732-643-4281; Read or Share this story: → Read More

Bicyclist hospitalized after Stafford crash

STAFFORD - A bicyclist was flown to a hospital after colliding with a car on Route 72 on Saturday. At 9:41 a.m., authorities responded to the call in front of Bed, Bath, and Beyond, according to a police statement. A bicyclist not identified by police cut through stopped cars in two lanes of Route 72, entering the path of a 2016 Mazda CX-5 driven by Sarah Gleeson, 35 of Collingswood, according… → Read More

Crash involving motorcycle closes road in Millstone

A collision involving a motorcycle has closed a road in Millstone, police say. → Read More

Police respond to crash on Route 37 in Toms River

Multiple cars were involved in a crash near Hooper Avenue. → Read More

The effects of climate change in New Jersey are already here. They're everywhere.

From disease-carrying insects to rising temperatures, more torrential rains and rising sea levels, New Jersey is already more affected than many states → Read More

Feds bust Jersey Shore cocaine and crack ring

20 people were charged, one is still wanted by police. → Read More

Police respond to fire in Marlboro Township

Authorities are responding to a reported fire at a home on School Road in Marlboro. → Read More

Five things to know about how NJ fails female police recruits

The USA Today Network – New Jersey got the state to pay attention to women police recruits → Read More

NJ police tests: Are you strong enough to be a NJ police officer?

Here are the five exercises aspiring cops have to do in NJ police academies → Read More