On Sunday, a caravan of about 24 members of the Louisiana State Police, even some from the Bossier City office, started the long trek to New Jersey.
Upon arrival, they were sworn in, before assisting with Super Storm Sandy relief wherever possible.
This group will most likely be up there for about a week longer, before reinforcements are sent in, so that nobody has to stay away from home too long.
State Police will continue to send help until New Jersey no longer needs it, whenever that may be.
In the aftermath of Katrina, New Jersey was one of the first states to send assistance when Louisiana desperately needed it.