An investigation of internal audits of the New Jersey State Police reveal that those in senior level positions knew of the departments racial profiling as early as 1996. The state's former attorney general, Peter G. Verniero, vehemently denied claims that the department engaged in racial profiling until 1999. Verniero, who now serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court, monitored the state police as the attorney general.
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