Last night, Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and CCPO staff attended National Night Out events in municipalities across Camden County. CCPO First Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Chatten, Chief of Detectives Robert Ferris, Deputy Chief of Detectives Terry King and Chief of Staff Michael Mangold and CCPO detectives, prosecutors and support staff attended National Night Out events throughout the county and spoke with members of the communities that we serve. August 2, 2022 is National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign promoting police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. National Night Out aims to enhance relationships between neighbors and law enforcement to help make our neighborhoods safer and bringing back a true sense of community.

“National Night Out served as a wonderful opportunity for the staff of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office to communicate and interact with Camden County residents, law enforcement officers and government officials. This was an opportunity for all of us to continue our mission of  community outreach in an effort to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the community.  We are focused on building long term relationships with our communities and achieving that goal starts with community conversations and participation in events like National Night Out,” said Prosecutor MacAulay.