26:2B-21. Rights of person who received treatment at facility or alcoholic
No person who has received treatment at a facility in accordance with the provisions of this act or person who is an alcoholic shall be denied any right or privilege under the Constitution of the United States or of the State for the reason that he has received treatment at a facility or that he is an alcoholic.
26:2B-22. Service forces to assist police
The State, the several counties and municipalities may establish services forces to assist the police in accordance with the provisions of section 9 of this act. Such service forces may be a part of police department, or may be a separate unit. Members of the force shall be trained to carry out certain responsibilities of the police, as these are set out in section 10, particularly with respect to the administration of first aid to intoxicated persons in need of medical assistance.
L.1975, c. 305, s. 16.
26:2B-23. Program of education; services of division
17. The division shall establish and maintain, in cooperation with the office of the Attorney General, the State, municipal and local police, the courts, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Public Welfare, and other public and private agencies, a program for the education of police officers, prosecuting attorneys, court personnel, judges of the Superior Court, probation and parole officers, correctional personnel, other law enforcement personnel, and State welfare and vocational rehabilitation personnel, with respect to the causes, effects, and treatment of intoxication and alcoholism.
The division shall serve in a consulting capacity to such public and private agencies and shall foster and coordinate a full range of services which will be available for diagnosis, counseling and treatment for alcoholism.