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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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From Chief Calabrese: All posts are being removed from this thread and will be archived. The Cinnaminson Police do not want to take away from the intended message that was conveyed from the Prosecutor’s Office. If any citizen has a concern or a complaint, I want to hear about it personally and have the opportunity to discuss with you in detail but it will not occur on social media. My email is [email protected] Please email me directly if anyone has any type of concern. I am genuinely interested in hearing from anyone who wants to talk.George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis is deeply troubling and indefensible, the video revealing a startling lack of humanity by the police officers involved. The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an investigation, and rightly so.So much of law enforcement’s relationship with the community is built upon trust. We trust the members of our community to follow the law and cooperate with our efforts to enforce it; our community has the right to trust that they will be treated fairly and justly by the officers who serve them. Here in Burlington County, the law enforcement community is fortunate to have developed a positive relationship with our residents. Our police officers routinely conduct themselves with the utmost professionalism and respect for the members of the communities they serve. This has been particularly apparent over the past few months as our officers have managed the added responsibility of enforcing significant restrictions on our normal activities with sensitivity to the stress that our residents are experiencing in the midst of this public health crisis.The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and all of our municipal police chiefs are committed to ensuring that members of our local departments provide fair treatment and justice to all our residents. Anyone who believes they have been victimized by a member of law enforcement as a result of bias or other improper behavior is encouraged to take the matter up with that officer’s chief, or contact the Prosecutor’s Office directly at 609-265-5035, so their complaint can be thoroughly investigated. - Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina ... See MoreSee Less
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