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Police Employee Faces Robbery Charges

A civilian Camden County police department employee faces robbery charges after he allegedly posed as a police officer to stop a pedestrian and take money from the person.

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Camden County Police officer in cruiser
Camden County Police officer in cruiser (WCAU TV via Facebook)
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Have You Ever Fallen Asleep on the Job? [POLL]

By Jeff Deminski

Controversy struck in Camden where their police department is investigating the photograph above making the social network rounds of what appears to be one of their finest asleep in a patrol car.

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Flickr User Scott Davidson
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Camden’s New Police Force Marks First 90 Days

Camden's new police force is marking the first 90 days on the job by highlighting efforts to reduce gun violence in New Jersey's most impoverished city.

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Flickr User Jason Rojas
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Is Camden Becoming a Safer City? [AUDIO]

Since the introduction of a county-run police force, New Jersey's most dangerous city experienced a 20 percent drop in crime, according to Governor Chris Christie.

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Camden Police
Flickr User From Occupied America
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Private Force Eyed to Bolster Police in Camden

The new Camden County Police Department is looking to strengthen its presence in the city of Camden's business districts by hiring "public safety ambassadors."

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie speaks at the launch of the Camden County Police Department in May. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Should Your Town Join A County Police Force? [VIDEO/AUDIO]

The city of Camden has officially replaced its police department with a county force that officials say will be bigger and better for the same amount of money.

Top state officials insist it's an idea that can work all over New Jersey

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Flickr User From Occupied America
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New Police Force Hitting Camden Streets

The Camden police force has ceased to exist.

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Camden Police
Flickr User From Occupied America
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Camden Phasing Out Old Police Force

As a couple members of the new Camden County Police Department Metro Division walk along Haddon Avenue, Todd Israel pops out of his barbershop to shake the officers' hands.

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Scene of Camden stabbing
Scene of Camden stabbing (WPVI TV)
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Camden Plans To Disband Police, Starting Anew

The Camden police force is about to be disbanded and replaced with a new county police department.

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Camden Police Layoffs Coming, Mayor Says

Camden's mayor is preparing to dismantle the city's police department to make way for a new county force.

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