CCPO Detective & Camden County Bias Liaison Kyrus Ingalls

Kyrus Ingalls began his career in law enforcement in 2014 working at the Camden County Department of Corrections. During his time there, he worked in numerous areas of the jail including video court, master control, visitation, with high-risk inmates, and protective custody.

In September of 2016, Ingalls joined the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and is currently assigned to the Major Crimes Unit. During his time at the CCPO, he’s worked in various areas including the Grand Jury and Domestic Violence Units.

In 2019, he was assigned as the Bias Liaison for Camden County for law enforcement. Since assuming the position, Ingalls has attended numerous trainings on bias that have been provided by the Attorney General’s Office. He has also investigated multiple bias-based cases that have led to charges being field and arrests.

Ingalls is a Camden, N.J. native who, prior to his involvement in law enforcement, worked with Volunteers of America to help secure benefits and housing for the homeless population with a specific focus on assisting homeless veterans and the mentally ill population.

As a mentor with UrbanPromise, Ingalls routinely speaks with the teen and youth population in Camden.


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