Camden, N.J. – Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer is proud to announce the hiring of two Detectives.
Timothy Jordan was hired in November 2020 as a Detective assigned to the Grand Jury Unit. Jordan began his law enforcement career in 2015 as an officer with the Camden County Police Department. He was promoted to field training officer in 2017 and stayed in that role until 2018, when he began working with the Washington Township Police Department. Jordan earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice from St. Peter’s University in 2013. During his education, he interned with the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office in the Juvenile Unit. Jordan has experience responding to domestic violence disputes, homicides, missing persons, and other major crimes.
Michael Manning was hired in November 2020 as a Detective also assigned to the Grand Jury Unit. Manning began his law enforcement career as an officer in the Wildwood Police Department in 2013. From there, he joined the Collingswood Police Department in 2014 as a patrolman. He was promoted to detective in 2016 before becoming the Detective Officer in Charge in 2017. As the OIC, Manning supervised a team of detectives. As a detective, Manning served on the Child Abduction Response Team and was the designated juvenile detective of the agency. During his service with the Collingswood Police Department, Manning earned numerous awards, including three Camden County Detective’s Association Outstanding Police Work Awards.
“We are excited to welcome these experienced law enforcement officers into the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office,” said Mayer. “During his internship with the CCPO, Timothy Jordan, impressed his supervisors with his work ethic, which will serve him well in our fast-paced office. Michael Manning has worked with our own CCPO detectives on joint investigations, including some high-profile cases in which his work led to the arrests of the suspects involved. His proven skills will be most helpful at the CCPO.”