Change is Here

For the first time in 20 years, the New Jersey Use of Force Policy received an update by the Attorney General’s Office following statewide town halls to collect input. The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office is hosting a virtual town hall on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. to detail and explain the changes and what they mean for New Jersey residents and visitors.

Hosted by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, the virtual town hall will include an information session to learn about the new policy, how it differs from the old policy, and how it was revised taking into consideration input from the community.

Residents will have an opportunity to directly provide input to the panel, ask questions, and provide feedback following the presentation.

Comments submitted ahead of the event are being accepted here. In order to ensure we get to as many comments and suggestions as possible during the event, submissions will be accepted through Thursday, April 22.


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Meet your Panelists

Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer

CCPO Special Prosecutions Section Chief Angela Seixas

Camden County Police Sgt. Raphael Thornton

Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkins

Pine Hill Police Chief Chris Winters

Pastor Theodore T. Winsley Sr.


Join the Discussion

The virtual Town Hall will be live on April 28 at 6:30 p.m. To watch a recording of the event, click the LiveStream link or watch it on the CCPO Facebook page.


During the event, the panel will briefly touch on different aspects of the use of force policies to allow for more time for questions, comments, and suggestions from attendees. The full version of the policies to be discussed are listed below:

To make sure each topic is covered and suggestions are provided, the panel will reference the presentation available below.