• Chief Louis Bordi

    Chief-BordiChief Louis Bordi leads the Voorhees Police Department, which is the 6th largest police department of the 37 municipalities in Camden County. He was appointed Chief in 2012, which made him the 5th Police Chief in the Department’s 60 year history. Chief Bordi brings 34 years of law enforcement service, experience, and expertise to his post. Before being appointed to the Chief’s position, he served in the Voorhees Police Department as a Patrol Officer where he distinguished himself as a canine handler and canine trainer. He also served as a Sergeant in the Patrol Bureau and eventually was promoted to the Patrol Bureau Lieutenant, where he served for six years. Chief Bordi led the Administrative Services Bureau and the Criminal Investigations Bureau before being promoted to the Operation Captain. While at all of his posts, Chief Bordi was instrumental in furthering the Department’s goals and mission to provide the best police service to the residents and visitors of Voorhees.

    Chief Bordi has worked diligently to advance the law enforcement profession by being on the forefront of initiatives such as school safety and security, community policing partnerships, police officer training, and organizational accountability. Under his leadership, the Voorhees Police Department continues to make significant progress in driving down crime rates and supplying innovative police services to match the 21st century demands of policing.

    Chief Bordi continues to maintain membership with the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), FBI National Academy Associates and the New Jersey Police Canine Association. He has taken a leadership role on the Executive Boards serving as the President of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police and President of the Camden County Police Chief’s Association.  He continues to serve as an Executive Board Member, where he has been tapped to participate in numerous committees and projects around Camden County and the State of New Jersey.

    A native of Voorhees, New Jersey, Bordi is a product of the local and regional school districts. He attained an Associate’s Degree from Camden County College, and a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He has been an adjunct professor for Fairleigh Dickinson University, Camden and Gloucester County Colleges, and is curriculum chair for the Camden County College Criminal Justice Program. He also continues to maintain his commitment to higher police training by serving on the Camden County Police Academy Advisory Board.

    All of Chief Bordi’s experiences are a replication of his commitment to supply outstanding police services that will provide a safe and secure environment, where people and the police continue to build mutual trust and respect.

  • Deputy Chief April Herrington

    Deputy Chief HerringtonDeputy Chief Herrington is the Chief of Staff and the Executive Officer to the Chief of Police. She is responsible for the overall supervision of the Command Staff and oversees the Operations Division (Patrol Bureau, Investigation Bureau, Training Bureau) and the Administrative Division (Community affairs Bureau and Administration Bureau). She is the Professional Standards Unit Coordinator, Social Media Coordinator, assigned as a Deputy Emergency Management for Voorhees Township and the Policy and Accreditation Manager. Deputy Chief Herrington is the department’s Supervising Firearms Instructor which oversees all departmental firearms qualifications and training and is a Multi-Agency Police Peer Support Team Member (MAPPS).

  • Captain Carmen Del Palazzo

    Captain Del Palazzo is responsible for the overall supervision and management of personnel assigned to the Administrative Divisions which is comprised of the Community Affairs Bureau, Administrative Records Bureau, and Traffic Unit. He is responsible for the management, resource development, and daily operations of each bureau. Captain Del Palazzo is designated as the Department’s Emergency Services Commander, and the Department’s Public Information Officer. Del Palazzo has been assigned as the Deputy to Emergency Management for Voorhees Township and is a Tactical SWAT Operator for the Lower Camden County Regional Special Response Team.

  • Captain William D. Walsh

    Lieutenant William D. WalshCaptain Bill Walsh leads the Operations Division, which includes the Patrol Bureau and Criminal Investigations Bureau. He serves as the agency coordinator for the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) program, naloxone and overdose mapping, the VTPD health and wellness program, and the Multi-Agency Police Peer Support Team (MAPPS). Captain Walsh also assists with the department’s professional standards function. Captain Walsh is a National Institute of Justice LEADS Scholar.

  • Lieutenant Daniel Scheets

    Lieutenant Daniel ScheetsLieutenant Scheets oversees departmental training including recruit training, roll call training, firearms training, defensive tactics training, and internal and external in-service trainings. In addition, he oversees the naloxone and overdose mapping program. He is also a bagpiper with the Camden County Emerald Society Pipes and Drums Band.

  • Lieutenant Anthony Del Palazzo

    Lieutenant Anthony Del PalazzoLieutenant Del Palazzo oversees the Criminal Investigations Bureau, VICE Unit, and the Crime Scene and Evidence Unit. He is also the Joint Terrorism Task Force Liaison Officer, Bias Incident Officer, Honor Guard Coordinator and he assists with the department’s professional standards function.

  • Lieutenant Derek Hawkins

    Lieutenant Hawkins oversees the Police Records Section, Information Technology Unit, Extra Duty Assignments, and building management. In addition, he is the coordinator for police radio and communications, Cell Block Management, Records Management System, and he assists with Body Worn Camera management.

  • Lieutenant Anthony Russo

    Lieutenant Anthony RussoLieutenant Russo is the Patrol Bureau Commander within the Operations Division. He is directly responsible for the daily operation and coordination of resources within the Patrol Bureau. He is the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Terminal Agency Coordinator. He is the coordinator for the NJ 1033 Program Law Enforcement Support Office which permits the transfer of excess Department of Defense supplies and equipment to law enforcement agencies. His duties also include supervising the Canine Unit, Bicycle Patrol Unit, Field Training Officer Unit, Vehicle Fleet Maintenance, and equipment Inventory Supervisor. He is also the Transitional Duty, Military Leave Liaison for the department and is a SWAT Operator/Squad Leader on the Lower Camden County Regional Special Response Team.

  • Lieutenant Brian Foster

    Lieutenant Foster is responsible for leading the department’s Community Affairs Bureau, which encompasses the Traffic Unit, Juvenile Unit, School Security Unit, School Resource Officer Program, courtroom security, crossing guards, recruitment, community relations, community events, social media, drug and alcohol alliance liaison, Project Safe Cam, Adopt a Cop, Law Enforcement Against Drugs (LEAD), and the Law Enforcement Clubs at the Voorhees Middle School and Eastern Regional High School. Lieutenant Foster is also responsible for monthly reports to the Mayor and Committee, federal and state grant management, and programs such as the Junior Police Academy and the Citizens Police Academy.