Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae has announced the CCPO’s new and improved website which is part of an interactive Community Policing network, at the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office. The cloud-based network application provides interactive community policing tools designed specifically to promote a police/public partnership in public safety.
Utilizing the new CCPO Community Web Interface, the public can easily ask questions, submit anonymous tips, file officer-related complaints or commendations, subscribe to alerts, search and download important documents, view wanted and missing persons flyers, discover agency community programs, follow news and press releases, apply for career opportunities, research use of force and internal affairs guidelines, share the locations of video cameras in the community and more.
The Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office is the first law enforcement agency to utilize the technology in part because one of the principal architects of the network is Lieutenant George Chopek, who has overseen the CCPO’s Community Policing Unit since 2014. In addition to being a sworn officer with the CCPO for 24 years, Lt. Chopek has a background in web development, which helped spark the concept.
To learn more and interact with the new Prosecutors Office Community Interface, visit njccpo.org from any device, or contact Community Justice Coordinator Matthew Rudd at 856-453-0486.