Camden County College Police Academy
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.

Our Mission

Is to provide the highest level of training for our Law Enforcement Community and to enhance the quality of police professionalism through education.


Academy Staff

Stephen Addezio, Director of Academy
(856) 374-4950

Patricia Steiner, Administrative Assistant
(856) 374-4950

Jennifer Craig
, Administrative Assistant
(856) 374-4911

Lt. Kevin Lutz
, Chief Instructor - Basic Class for Police Officer

(856) 374-4954


Officer Anthony Aceto, Basic Class for Police Officer - Class Coordinator

(856) 374-4246


Lt. Dimitri Collins, Basic Class for Corrections Officer - Class Coordinator

(856) 374-4059

Robert Doyle, In-Service Training / Alternate Route Program Coordinator
(856) 374-5012

C/O James White, Range Master

(609) 206-0881

Basic Class for Police Officers (BCPO)

Basic Class #66 is set to begin on August 3, 2015 and will graduate on Friday December 18, 2015.
Basic Class #67 is set to begin on January 7, 2016 and will graduate on June 7, 2016.

Alternate Route Program

The 2016 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 2016 for the spring 2016 BCPO Class.

Training Catalog Updates

On April 2, 2014, the Police Training Commission (PTC) adopted psychological and physical fitness standards which must be successfully met by potential trainees prior to orientation day for the basic course to which the potential trainee seeks admission. The standards have been posted on the Police Academy Additional Training Announcement Webpage.