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throughout the State of New Jersey

The New Jersey State Parole Board has recently announced the appointment of Dina Rogers as the new Executive Director of the agency. Rogers, who has been an employee of the State Parole Board since 2000, will be responsible for Screenshot 2023-10-31 at 19.02.16 overseeing and managing a team of more than 600 sworn law enforcement and civilian staff as they process and supervise the over 16,000 individuals currently under the supervision of the State Parole Board. Her new role will begin on November 1, 2023.


Chairman of the State Parole Board, Samuel J. Plumeri, Jr., congratulated Rogers on her promotion, noting her dedication and expertise in the field. Rogers has risen through the ranks of the agency, from Parole Counselor to Director of the Legal Support Unit, during her many years of service. She has also been an integral part of drafting and reviewing agency administrative regulations, policies, and procedures, as well as providing litigation support. Rogers has played a significant role in implementing parole-related legislation, including the recently enacted "Earn Your Way Out Act."


Rogers earned her Juris Doctorate from Rutgers School of Law in Camden and her bachelor's degree in Law and Justice from The College of New Jersey. She is a member of the New Jersey bar association and is also a Certified Public Manager.


In a statement, Rogers expressed her gratitude for the appointment and pledged to continue making a positive impact on the communities of New Jersey through the agency's parole release decisions, supervision practices, and successful programs, with the support of the Board members and the men and women of the State Parole Board.