Camden Police Department
The “show cause” hearing before Judge Daustino Fernandez-Vina pitted opponents of the regionalized police force against those in favor of it, including Camden mayor Dana Redd.
Chris talks about the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, and the increase in domestic violence in Camden, NJ. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup about Obama’s dog eatting comments. He also speaks with Congressman Jon Runyan about the Red Meat Tour Stop and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel.
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.
Robert Bayard was cleared, but Antonio Figueroa was convicted on three of the five counts against him.
Bill Roberts loved going to work. That might surprise some, since this 40-year-old worked as a police officer on the streets of Camden.
Former Philadelphia police commissioner John Timoney is lending his expertise in Camden County, NJ, as the county moves to create a regional police force.
The Camden police department said it has received numerous calls about heavy traffic in the waterfront area. More than 50 officers were dispatched to the area for traffic control.
The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development wants the financially strapped city of Camden, NJ to fork over hundreds of thousands of dollars for long-term projects that were never completed, and the city says it will comply.
Residents of Camden are steeling themselves for massive police and fire department layoffs that take effect Tuesday.
A pair of Camden, NJ police officers now stand suspended and charged in federal court with abusing their positions — framing innocent people and planting evidence in drug cases.