Agency Policies

These policies are published for public viewing as per the New Jersey Attorney General Guidlelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to CONTACT us.


Body Cameras

The Cape May County Sheriff's Office Uniformed Officers utilize body worn cameras in both Law Enforcement and Correctional Divisions. Officers can be seen with the cameras anywhere in public, in the Superior Court House and in the Correctional Center. Officers use the body cameras to document evidence and witness/suspect statements, warrant services and to aid in the investigation of citizen complaints or anytime there is the potential for law enforcement action. The cameras have become a useful tool to help strengthen public trust.


Early Warning System

SOP 127 - The purpose of this policy is to establish an Early Warning System (EWS) designed to detect patterns and trends in police conduct before that conduct escalates and to provide a method of early intervention to correct the inappropriate conduct and this policy will comply with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Directive No. 2018-3 which is applicable to all law enforcement agencies in New Jersey.


Substance Abuse

SOP 216 - The purpose of this policy is to affirm that the Cape May County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing a safe work environment and to fostering the well-being of its employees. This commitment is jeopardized when any Cape May County Sheriff’s Office employee illegally uses drugs or alcohol on the job, or comes to work under the influence of drugs or alcohol or is unfit for duty because of abuse of alcohol or drugs.


Revised on January 29, 2019

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