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24-Hr Non-Emergency: 856-769-3508
Main Office: 856-935-7510 x8333
Tip Line: 856-935-2847
An Extreme Risk Protection Order can be filed against a person who is an “immediate and present” danger to her/himself or others and who owns, possesses, receives, purchases, or has custody or control of a firearm.
Wednesday, December 1, 2021 10 A.M.–11:30 A.M. This conference will feature presentations examining how reforms have been implemented, the current state of our criminal justice system, and the challenges to come.
Join us as we walk together in UNITY. We invite residents, law enforcement agencies, social service agencies, clergy and more to come out and help build meaningful and authentic relationships in our community.
The SC Prosecutor’s Office is scheduled for an assessment as part of receiving accreditation by verifying it meets recognized professional best practices. The public is invited and encouraged to provide feedback.
Annual scholarships given to college, graduate and law students as a one-year grant of $3,500.00 paid directly to the recipient. Application deadline is 9/3/2021.
Please read the joint letter issued in response to the violence at the U.S. Capitol.
The County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey annually awards scholarships to college, graduate and law students. Each scholarship is a one-year grant in the amount of $3,500 paid directly to the recipient.
The images of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis are deeply disturbing and his death is being investigated by multiple agencies, as it should be. Read the County Prosecutors Association of NJ’s letter in response.
Please don’t fall for false information – get the real info from credible sources.
The Salem County Prosecutor’s Office would like to thank Ms. Hill for her volunteerism and hard work for the Salem County citizens.
During the month of February, the Salem County RESCUE Teams have been proactively combating the Opioid/Addiction Epidemic.
A woman who got high in the front seat of her car as her 2-year-old child died in the backseat last summer faces between 9.5 and 15 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to second-degree manslaughter.