The Camden County College Police Academy was established in 1988 and is certified by the New Jersey Police Training Commission to offer basic police officer training, basic county corrections officer training, juvenile detention officer training, SLEO I training. The academy is a partnership with Camden County College, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office and the Camden County Chiefs of Police. In addition to the basic courses, the academy offers in-service training courses and specialty training courses taught by dedicated law enforcement educators. The academy is located at the Lakeland Campus of the Camden County College on Woodbury-Turnersville Road in Blackwood, New Jersey.
Is to provide the highest level of training for our Law Enforcement Community and to enhance the quality of police professionalism through education.
Academy StaffStephen Addezio, Director of Academy
Patricia Steiner, Administrative Assistant
Sue Hanstein, Administrative Assistant
Lt. Kevin Lutz, Chief Instructor - Basic Class for Police Officer
Thomas Hamilton, Basic Class for Police Officer – Class Coordinator
Officer Antonia Gennetta, Basic Class for Police Officer – Class Instructor
Lt. Dimitri Collins, Basic Class for Corrections Officer - Class Coordinator
Robert Doyle, In-Service Training / Alternate Route Program Coordinator
C/O James White, Range Master
Basic Class for Police Officers (BCPO)
Basic Class #69 will start on August 1, 2016 and will graduate on December 22, 2016
Basic Class #70 will start on January 23, 2017 and will graduate on June 15, 2017
SLEO II Class #2 dates TBA
Alternate Route Program
The 2017 Alternate Route Program Selection Process has started. The Camden County College Police Academy is not currently accepting applications for the Alternate Route Program. Continue to monitor the Police Academy Website for the Start of the next Alternate Route Selection Process which should begin in January 2017 for the spring 2017 BCPO Class.All forms and documents are located here.
Training Catalog Updates
The below listed classes are now filled for 2016
Methods of Instruction
Police Service Rifle Instructor
Interview & Interrogation
Advanced Rifle Operator Crime Scene Investigation
Rapid Deployment Response to Active Shooter