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The Police Academy at Camden County College
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, SLEO II officer training, SLEO I officer training, and juvenile detention officer 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. Our Academy shall remain at the forefront of PERF, ICAT and the national standards of use of force and de-escalation training.
Orlando Cuevas, Director of Police Academy
Lt. Kevin Lutz, Deputy Director of Academy
Patricia Steiner, Administrative Assistant
Sue Hanstein, Administrative Assistant
Sgt. Ralph Thornton, Chief Instructor
Officer Antonio Gennetta, Basic Class for Police Officer – Class Instructor
Sgt. Robert Parker, Basic Class for Corrections –
Robert Doyle, In-Service Training / Alternate Route Program Coordinator
C/O James White, Range Master
Basic Class for Police Officers (BCPO )
Basic Class #73 will start July 16, 2018 and will graduate in December of 2018.
SLEO II to BCPO Waiver Class will start July 13, 2018 and will end on July 27, 2018. If your agency has a need for this class or is interested please contact the CCCPA.
The 2018 Camden County College Police Academy In-Service Training catalog has been placed on the
In-Service training course page. All Agencies can begin registering for In-Service Training classes for 2018.
The Police Academy is located at the Camden County College Regional Emergency Training Center.