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Opinion piece: “Contrary to many of the reports that were published with my photographs in recent weeks, the Camden County Police Department was not born out of an altruistic desire to get rid of corrupt cops.”

Attorneys for a man convicted of the 1985 murders of two people inside a Camden County church, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Brunswick District Attorney’s Office met with a judge on Wednesday to discuss his fate.

#BREAKING Camden County prosecutors have charged a 15-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl with first-degree murder for allegedly beating a homeless man to death.

#BREAKING OVERNIGHT: A massive fire and explosion at an industrial plant rocked a Camden County neighborhood overnight. Firefighters tell Eyewitness News an asphalt tanker at #BlueknightEnergy  in #GloucesterCity , went up in flames around 1 a.m.

Camden County in Lake of the Ozarks is now a hot spot. So is Barton County north of Joplin#MaskUp417  @BigLocalNews 

First Alert: Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Camden County in GA until 7:30pm EDT. #gawx 

Prosecutors: Man Wearing Joker Makeup Charged For Allegedly Waving Pocket Knife At Group Of Teenagers In Camden County

First Alert: Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Camden County in GA until 7:00pm EDT. #gawx 

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Camden, NJ disbanded its police department 7 years ago and replaced it with an entirely new one. Since then, its crime has dropped by close to half. “It’s about building trust in the residents of the city,” says Louis Cappelli Jr., architect of the Camden County Police Department

Since 2012 when we started, crime is down over 60% and violent crime even more. Our most important partners werethe Camden County PD, Metro Division and the citizens of Camden. They now see themselves as partners in defending their city rather than adversaries.

Here’s how Camden, New Jersey, dissolved and rebuilt its police department in 2012. Crime is down, the force is more diverse and there is public trust, says county executive @LouisCappelliJr . He adds, “we did not defund” but instead, invested smartly.

“HAVE A GOOD DAY”: Police in Camden County told the owners of a New Jersey gym that reopened this morning that they were “formally” in violation of the state’s shutdown order. “On that note, have a good day. Everybody be safe.” MORE:

This is fascinating ... Camden, NJ got around its police union by “disbanding” the force then creating a new police force under contract with the county that actually had *more* officers but also stricter rules and it all seems to have ended really well.

Camden county threatens up to six months in jail for patronizing Atilis gym in Bellmawr NJ

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A police officer stopped traffic to fix a high school student's tie before his graduation ceremony in Camden County, Georgia.

Petty Officer First Class David M. Tapper, 32, of Camden County, New Jersey, died of wounds received in action August 20, 2003 in Afghanistan. #MemorialDayWeekend 

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An orange wave — or at least an orange trickle — swept through Camden County voting booths on Election Day as 14 passionate patriots used the power of the polls to write-in for a variety of local and national offices.

“Mate 1st Class Petty Officer (SEAL) David M. Tapper, 32, from Camden County, N. J., was fatally wounded Wednesday, August 20, 2003, after his convoy made contact with enemy forces in the vicinity of Orgun, in Paktika Province, Afghanistan.” #MemorialDayWeekend 

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