Camden County NJ
Camden County, NJ was marking Crime Victims’ Rights Week with a conference in Blackwood that was attended by more than 100 people.
But right now, no one knows whose remains they are.
Dozens of residents were displaced by a blaze at an apartment complex in Camden County early Friday morning.
Lou Cappelli, leader of the county freeholders, questions the credibility and motive of those who distributed the petitions.
John Williamson, who heads up the Camden FOP, insists there’s lots of blame to go around but points a specific finger at the State of New Jersey for Camden’s current status as one of America’s “most dangerous” cities.
Camden County will take control of the Camden city police department by early spring if everything plays out as planned, and other communities could join in later.
John Timoney, now a Miami-based public safety consultant, has laid out a plan that increases on-street staffing within the City of Camden — the only community to sign up for the proposed force so far — by over 80 percent.
Former Philadelphia police commissioner John Timoney is lending his expertise in Camden County, NJ, as the county moves to create a regional police force.
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 1 president John Williamson believes a new, countywide police force would lead to increased crime — and more.
Authorities arrested a juvenile in New York City on charges of stabbing a man to death in Blackwood, NJ.
The chiefs are worried that the county is moving too quickly towards consolidation and that their input isn’t being considered.
The breast cancer organization “Komen for the Cure” has launched its first-ever initiative for breast health and cancer awareness aimed at Latina women in Camden County.
Many non-essential services will be closed every other Friday to make ends meet.
You used to be able to apply for passports or get information on wills and powers of attorney at the Camden County Store at the Cherry Hill Mall. Not anymore.
A federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Gloucester Township public works employee Steven Brodie Jr., who says he was taunted by two colleagues because of his race and the township did nothing about it.