Cinnaminson Police Chief Message

As your Chief of Police, I recognize the important role of community involvement in fulfilling our obligation to protect life and liberty. Our department firmly believes in community involvement, communication and public awareness as tools to foster crime prevention. We encourage every citizen to get involved and interact with the Police Department. The many citizen contributions can range from reporting suspicious activity or a crime in progress, burglar-proofing your home or business and teaching family members how to stay safe when out in public places or while surfing the internet.

Policing in the 21st century has dramatically changed and the movement towards utilization of technology and improved police practices has made great strides throughout the country. Our department is dedicated to reaching the highest standards of professionalism through policies, procedures, training and technology. The department’s latest technological advancements have helped to support police operations and provided for greater efficiency.



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A message from Assemblywoman Jean Stanfield:

Hi everyone. I encourage you all to watch this video as it is something that many guardians can learn benefit and learn from especially during the summer season. Water safety is extremely important and unfortunately, often times overlooked. Let’s help raise awareness and take the proper preventative measures to ensure our children stay safe all summer long!
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The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office is looking forward to partnering with the Attorney General’s Office (New Jersey OAG) and our local police departments to host an online Town Hall/Listening Session on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, from 6:00-8:00 pm. Our goal is to hear directly from our residents about their experiences and interactions with police, and their concerns about police officers’ use of force.

We are pleased to have a panel that includes police chiefs, patrol officers and an Assistant Attorney General who trains officers across the State on use of force and many other issues. We are also fortunate that Congressman Andy Kim and Senator Troy Singleton will join us to deliver opening remarks.

We invite all our Burlington County residents, especially students, to join us for this important discussion. No one should ever fear for the safety of themselves or a loved one having an encounter with the police, and to the extent this worry exists, we want to understand the basis for it so all interactions between police and residents can proceed from a place of mutual respect. In addition to our panelists, Prosecutor Coffina has asked all our police chiefs to have patrol officers from their departments join the Town Hall as participants, so they can hear the thoughts of our residents directly.

“The murder of George Floyd was a stark reminder that no matter how far we have come, there is still work to be done to enhance law enforcement’s relationship with the communities we serve,” Prosecutor Coffina said. “His tragic death has created an opportunity for candid conversations about police officers’ use of their authority, including their use of force, and how we might move ever closer to equal justice under the law for all. I am excited for this opportunity to advance this dialogue with our fellow Burlington County residents.”

To register, visit

Burlington Township Police Department
City of Burlington Police Department
Evesham Township Police (NJ)
Willingboro Township Police Department
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