Date: August 23, 2016
Incident Locations: Blackwood Liquors (125 S. Black Horse Pike Blackwood, NJ 08012)
Canals Liquors (1725 Sicklerville Road Sicklerville, NJ 08081) 2 counts
Investigating Agencies:
Gloucester Township Police Department
Camden County Prosecutors Office
New Jersey State Police
Berlin Boro Police Department
Haddon Township Police Department
Cherry Hill Police Department
Evesham Township Police Department
Mount Laurel Police Department
Glassboro Police Department
Deptford Police Department
Since the end of May there have been numerous “smash and grab” style burglaries to businesses, mostly liquor stores, in Camden, Gloucester and Burlington County. Gloucester Township had two burglaries occur at the Canals liquor store and one at Blackwood Liquors.
A law enforcement task force was formed from the above agencies and it was determined that the same suspects were responsible for at least 17 burglaries throughout the three counties. Evidence that was found at one of the crime scenes in Gloucester Township led to the identification of possible suspects. As a result of this information, a coordinated surveillance operation was conducted by Officers from the task force. Two days after the start of the surveillance, the suspects were followed to Hainesport, in Burlington County, NJ and were observed committing a burglary of a carwash. Two of the suspects were taken into custody by the Task Force Officers without incident as they exited from the burglary scene on foot. An additional suspect left in a getaway car, and was followed by surveillance team Task Force Officers, and was later stopped in Cherry Hill, NJ by Cherry Hill Police.
Subjects were remanded to Burlington County Jail.
Habib R. Brown (DOB 6/22/98) – S. Main St, Glassboro, NJ 08028 $150,000 Bail
Daquan Stratton (DOB 7/9/96) – E. High St., Glassboro, NJ 08028 $150,000 Bail
All Subjects charged with:
 Burglary 3rd Degree
 Theft 3rd Degree
 Conspiracy 3rd Degree
 Criminal Mischief 4th Degree
 Resisting 4th Degree
DEDICATED TO SERVICE – COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE
Date and Time of Media Release: 08/23/2016
Media Release By: Lt. Brendan Barton
Arrest

JOB OPPORTUNITY

PART TIME SCHOOL TRAFFIC GUARD

TOWNSHIP OF GLOUCESTER POLICE DEPARTMENT

Open to Gloucester Township Residents

VACANCY FOR PART TIME HOURS (10 HRS PER WEEK) & ON CALL BASIS

$10.77 PER HOUR

Applicant must have the ability to:

·    Regulate and direct the movement of school children at a street intersection, paying particular attention to their safety.

·         Must pass a criminal background check and maintain such security clearance throughout employment.

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION WILL BE CONDUCTED

Applications can be picked up at the Municipal Building or printed from our website at http://glotwp.com/job-listings/

*Police Support Application must be completed.

Completed applications should be submitted to Human Resources

“GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER”

PART TIME SCHOOL TRAFFIC GUARD

TELECOMMUNICATOR TRAINEE – Part Time

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT

Open to Gloucester Township Residents

$15.90 PER HOUR

Under close supervision as a trainee and productive worker, receives and responds to telephone or other electronic requests for emergency assistance including law enforcement, fire, medical, or other emergency services and/or dispatches appropriate units to response sites; does other related duties as required.

 MUST BE AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK INCLUDING WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS 

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION WILL BE CONDUCTED

Applicant must pass a criminal background check and maintain such security clearance throughout employment.

Applications can be picked up at the Municipal Building or printed from our website at http://glotwp.com/job-listings/

THE “POLICE SUPPORT” JOB APPLICATION MUST BE FILLED OUT FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THIS POSITION.

Completed applications should be submitted to Human Resources

APPLICATION FILING DEADLINE – September 6, 2016

Hiring - Dispatch

All Gloucester Township Police Officers will be attending a course titled, “Policing in a More Perfect Union” at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia during August and September, along with other law enforcement officers from other Camden County agencies.
This program was created in partnership with former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey and the Philadelphia Police Department.
The National Constitution Center’s Policing in a More Perfect Union Program is designed to give police officers a historical understanding of the constitutional rights and restrictions that are defined in the Bill of Rights. Policing in a More Perfect Union also examines the history of policing in a democratic society, and provides a forum for officers to discuss the importance of their role in protecting the rights of all citizens.
Officers will:
•    Learn about the historical roots of current public attitudes toward police legitimacy through an introductory video;
•    Analyze and discuss critical concepts like “justice” and “fairness” in facilitated conversations with fellow recruits, NCC staff and community members;
•    Explore the history and ideas behind the nation’s founding documents and the evolution of policing in the United States through an interactive tour of the museum’s exhibits;
•    Examine the relationship between law enforcement and individual civil rights through an in-gallery presentation on influential Supreme Court decisions and key moments in the Civil Rights Movement;
•    Receive a bound, pocket-sized copy of the United States Constitution.
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