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Command / Administration

The Cinnaminson Township Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality law enforcement services to our residents, businesses and visitors in a professional, expedient manner while displaying honesty, dedication, integrity and wisdom.


Chief Richard Calabrese was appointed Chief on February 4, 2019 and is the 6th Chief of Police in Cinnaminson's history. Chief Calabrese is a wartime veteran after serving in the United States Marine Corps between 1989-1993. He started his law enforcement career in January 2000 with the Camden County Park Police and then moved on to the Bridgeton City Police Department. Chief Calabrese joined the Cinnaminson Township Police Department in October 2004 where he spent 8 years as a Detective specializing as a Computer Forensic Investigator before being promoted to the rank of Sergeant in February 2015. He was then promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in August 2017 where he was assigned as the Internal Affairs Commander and was named the Department’s Officer-In-Charge on August 22, 2017.

Chief Calabrese earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Individualized Studies and a Master’s Degree in Administrative Science both from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a graduate of the FBI’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Mid-Atlantic Training held at Princeton University, a graduate of the Rutgers University Certified Public Manager Program, and a graduate of the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Command and Leadership Program. In 2021, Chief Calabrese graduated from the School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) at Northwestern University Center for Public Safety. Chief Calabrese is also a New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Accredited Command Executive.

Chief Calabrese is committed to supplying the residents of Cinnaminson Township with outstanding police services by continuing to build mutual trust and respect with our community.


Captain William Obuchowski is a Cinnaminson native who graduated in 1994 at Cinnaminson High School. His career took off soon after at the Burlington County Corrections Department and the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department in 1998. He was hired by the Cinnaminson Police Department on February 16, 1999, and later graduated from the Burlington County Police Academy Class #76 on June 25, 1999, receiving the Director’s Award for overall excellence.

Soon after joining the Cinnaminson Police Department Captain Obuchowski was designated as a marksmen/observer in June 2002, and a firearms instructor as well in 2002. By 2003 he had been trained as an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), and in 2004 had become a field training officer. He’s always involved in training, and has been or is a radar instructor, firearms instructor, taser instructor, as well as a firearms armorer.

In December 2010, Captain Obuchowski was promoted to Sergeant, where he was put in charge of training, a position he still holds today. In 2018, Captain Obuchowski was tasked with completely revamping the department’s field training officer program as well as creating a sergeant training program.

In June of 2021, Captain Obuchowski was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Since that time, Captain Obuchowski has attended several prestigious training programs. In November 2021, Lieutenant Obuchowski graduated from the New Jersey Chiefs of Police’s Command and Leadership course, where he received the Chief Harry Wilde Academic Achievement Award for coming out at the top of his class. Upon graduating, he was asked to return to the course as an instructor, where he teaches in Area 4 of the program.

On March 17, 2023, Captain Obuchowski graduated from the nationally accredited Certified Public Manager program.

In May of 2023, Captain Obuchowski received a Certificate of Achievement from Fairleigh Dickinson University for the completion of the Executive Leadership Program for Public Safety. Also in May, Captain Obuchowski successfully passed with distinction the

Professional Certificate in Evidence-Based Policing from Cambridge University. On December 8, 2023, Captain Obuchowski graduated from Northwestern’s School of Police Staff and Command.

Lieutenant Obuchowski is currently the head of the Patrol Division. His duties include, but are not limited to scheduling, training, policy development, field training officer program, firearms, Quartermaster, OPRA/common law and is also assigned as a Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator for the Township.


Lieutenant Roy Wagner grew up in Cinnaminson and graduated from Cinnaminson High School in 1992. He started his law enforcement career attending the Cape May County Police Academy in 1998, graduating as a Class 2 Special Law Enforcement Officer working with the City of Wildwood Police Department. In 1999, he was employed by the Burlington County Sheriff's Department as a Sheriff's Officer. Lieutenant Roy Wagner graduated from his second police academy at the Burlington County Police Academy and received the Academic and Director's Award upon graduation. In 2002, he joined the Cinnaminson Township Police Department and was assigned to the Patrol Division.

While in the Patrol Division, Lieutenant Roy Wagner was assigned to the Field Training Officer program, training new officers to prepare them to function as solo-beat officers after their training cycle. He was also designated as an Evidence Technician to assist the Criminal Investigations Bureau with investigations. In addition, Lieutenant Roy Wagner became certified as a firearms instructor, armorer, and taser instructor.

On August 3, 2017, Lieutenant Roy Wagner was promoted to Patrol Sergeant and later to Detective Sergeant in the fall of 2019. During his time in the Criminal Investigations Bureau, he was tasked with investigating and overseeing any and all criminal activity affecting the residents and visitors of Cinnaminson Township. He was also assigned to Internal Affairs and was tasked as the department's Bias Crime Liaison and Juvenile Liaison Officer. On January 2, 2024, he was promoted to Lieutenant, where he assumed command of Internal Affairs and continues to train officers in the use of firearms and tasers.

Lieutenant Roy Wagner earned his Bachelor's Degree in Individualized Studies from Fairleigh Dickinson on September 1, 2018, and a Master's Degree in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University on May 18, 2021. He is a graduate of the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Command and Leadership Program and received a Certification of Achievement from Fairleigh Dickinson University for completion of the Executive Leadership Program for Public Safety Personnel.

Lieutenant Roy Wagner is a proponent of using technology and intelligence-led policing techniques and believes continuous learning is the key to resilience and success in an organization. He believes that as leaders, we must champion this mindset at all levels of an organization, and leaders should never be satisfied. They must always strive to improve and build that mindset into the team.

Lieutenant Roy Wagner