Pine Hill Police Chief Christopher Winters

Christopher Winters is the Chief of Police of the Pine Hill Police Department, Camden County, New Jersey. Chief Winters has served as the Chief of Police since 2012 where he has implemented many community policing models with a focus on overall crime prevention by targeting at-risk youth, crisis intervention and drug addiction through strategic and meaningful partnerships with community stakeholders.

Chief Winters began his law enforcement career in 1999 and has served with the Pine Hill Police Department since 2001. He has served with the Department in various capacity, including Commander of a regional Special Response Team.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Rutgers University, is a graduate of the West Point Command and Leadership Program and is an Accredited Chief Executive through the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police.

Chief Winters is a past President of the Camden County Police Chiefs Association and is the Camden County Mutual Aid Coordinator. He serves on numerous boards and committees, such as the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative, Camden County Police Academy Advisory Board, the Mental Health Association in Southwestern New Jersey, NJ Administrative Office of the Courts – Mental Health Advisory Committee, NJ Attorney General’s Statewide Steering Committee to Address Mental Health and Special Needs Populations, and is also a member of the Camden County Addiction Awareness Task Force Executive Board. Chief Winters has also served as the Pine Hill Municipal Alliance Coordinator since 2012.

Most importantly, he is the proud father of three amazing children.

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