Assembly bill A1114 passed in the Assembly 76-0, according to the New Jersey State Legislature’s Office of Legislative Services. It must still be passed by the Senate, the office said.
The bill mandates that school districts start teaching kids how to talk to law enforcement officers starting in kindergarten, and would continue instruction all the way through grade 12 as part of the social studies curriculum. If it become law, the program would begin in the state's schools starting in 2018.
But Adam Dick, of the Ron Paul Institute, has better advice:
The kids should watch law professor James Duane explain why he will never talk to police.
Of course, adults should watch this also.