The Camden County Police Department is always proud to see our outstanding officers and commanders recognized for the work they do in the community, and recently it was the exemplary service of Captain Vivian Coley that garnered positive attention.
On Oct. 16, at a ceremony at the Doubletree Hotel in Cherry Hill, Captain Coley was honored by the regional Community Planning & Advocacy Council with their Civic Leadership Award.
Captain Coley has dedicated 26 years to the Camden County Police Department and the former city police department and has played a pivotal part in making our city safer by leading the Community Outreach Unit and making sure our department serves the residents of Camden with honor and respect. From working in the Investigative Bureau’s Special Victims Unit to organizing and planning neighborhood festivals with community leaders, her commitment to excellence and passion for serving others deserves to be acknowledged.
“I’m so thankful to be receiving this award and would like to give a sincere thanks to the Council,” Captain Coley said. “This would not be possible without the support of my family, friends and the entire police department. Serving, protecting and supporting others is more than just a job to me, it’s who I am as a human being. Working in the community for all these years, I have met so many amazing people and have created so many wonderful memories.”
On behalf of the Camden County Police Department, we would like to give a special congratulations to Captain Coley.