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N.J. Names New Camden Police Chief, Triples Street Officers

July 31, 2008  | 

Camden Deputy Police Chief John Scott Thomson yesterday was promotedto chief of police, taking over a department struggling to control drugdealing, gang warfare, and a homicide rate on a record pace.

New Jersey Attorney General Anne Milgram also announced the CamdenCommunity Safety Initiative, designed to more than triple the officerson the streets. The program will station at least one patrol car ineach section of the city for 24 hours a day, and allow for largenumbers of officers to be deployed at once.

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