Frustrated Camden Residents Say 'Community Policing Does Not Exist And It's Not Doing Well' In CityThose who came out to Thursday night's town hall event say they're tired of the way the Camden County Police Department is being portrayed and it's time to change the narrative.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Will Sign 2 Police Reform Bills Into Law, Office SaysOne of the bills is designed to prevent bad officers from continuing to find employment in police departments.
2 Pennsylvania Police Reform Bills Unanimously Pass Through House On 'Historic Day'Not only will an officer's mental health be addressed but legislators want to create a tracking system for misconduct.
New Jersey Police Must Publicly Identify Officers Who Commit Serious Disciplinary Violations, AG AnnouncesAgencies must publicly identify officers who were fired, demoted or suspended for more than five days because of a disciplinary violation, Grewal said.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Advance Police Oversight Bills, Including Required Mental Health EvaluationThe House Judiciary Committee on Monday funneled through legislation to create a tracking system for police seeking new employment, and also an analysis of a police candidate’s mental health fitness.
Camden In Spotlight For Dissolving Citywide Police Department In 2013 As Police Reform Conversations Continue Around USThe city's police force was dissolved and replaced with a countywide police department in 2013.
Pennsauken Police, Student-Athletes Meet For Honest Dialogue On Police Reform, Community RelationsThe Pennsauken Township Police Department sat down with student-athletes this week, opening up an honest dialogue about race relations and community policing.
Camden In National Spotlight As Positive Example Of Police Reform As Debates Rage Over Defunding Other Police DepartmentsIn 2012, Camden's police department was dissolved and rebuilt as a county force and in a place consistently regarded as one of the nation's most violent cities, crime fell.