21 Camden County police officers cited in Attorney General’s “bad cop” report

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CAMDEN, NJ – A new report has been released by the state of New Jersey and several Camden cops are on it.

After months of back and forth, former New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal’s “ Major Discipline Reporting Report ” report for 2020 has finally been released.

The New Jersey Attorney General’s Major Discipline Reporting Report, also known as the “bad cop” report has been released. The release of the report was criticized from its inception.

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AG Directive 2021-6 required all New Jersey law enforcement agencies to submit to the Attorney General their first “Major Discipline Reporting Report,” which covered discipline imposed between June 15, 2020, and December 31, 2020.  “Major discipline” is defined as terminations, reductions in rank, or suspension of more than five days.  Below is a listing of the reported major discipline for the second half of 2020.   In the future, law enforcement agencies will report major discipline on January 31 for the preceding calendar year.


The 92-page report details about one hundred police officers who faced internal disciplinary measures for violations of the law or department ethics and policy guidelines. Many fear the report will be used as a tool to launch attacks against police officers and the profession. The report contains incidents between June 15, 2020, and December 31, 2020.

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The report, released by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office that was the brainchild of former Attorney General Gurbir Grewal was controversial from the start. The report, criticized by police unions and even many residents of New Jersey identifies all officers who have faced disciplinary charges that were kept from the public purview until now.

The following Camden County police officers were listed in the report:

Camden County Police Sergeant Angel Nieves Failed to manage a critical incident and was demoted.

Camden County Police Officer Andrew Smith was suspended for 10 days for sleeping while on duty.

Camden County Sheriff Officer Alexandia Raio was suspended for 30 days for conduct unbecoming a public employee. The Officer was involved in a domestic dispute.

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Camden County Sheriff Sergeant Robert Raio was suspended for twelve days for violating sick policy. He called out sick and left his residence to attend a party.

Gloucester Twp Police Patrolman Steven Lenker was suspended for a rule violation, specifically for being involved in a motor vehicle crash and receiving a reckless driving summons.

Gloucester Twp Detective Matthew DiCamillo was suspended for a rule violation, specifically for failing to properly care for assigned equipment.

The following Camden County Corrections Officers were listed in the report:

Sergeant Joseph Coleman failed to report off duty motor vehicle accident to the department and was suspended for 40 days.

Officer John Gillen was suspended for 10 days for failing to follow COVID protocol.

Officer Joel Alvarado was suspended for 10 days for failing to follow COVID protocol.

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Officer Jacqueline Previti was suspended 15 days for violating the sick leave policy.

Officer Francis Ditsche was suspended 10 days for being absent without leave.

Officer Steven Trocine Failed to follow proper admissions protocols and was suspended for 10 days.

Officer Darlene Vanore was suspended for 30 days for not wearing a COVID-19 facemask properly.

Officer Milagros Gonzalez was suspended for 20 days for being absent without leave.

Officer Isaiah Sonnebeyatta was suspended 6 days for excessive lateness.

Officer Sean DeWalt Officer Isaiah Sonnebeyatta was suspended 6 days for excessive lateness.

Sergeant Kyle Abele Failed to notify his Supervisor of a medical emergency and was suspended 10 days.

Sergeant Theron Sharper Failed to properly supervise staff and was suspended 45 days.

Sergeant Joseph Coleman Failed to conduct clinic run in timely manner and was suspended 6 days.

Officer Milagros Gonzalez was suspended 20 days for being absent without leave.

Officer Jessica Finlayson Failed to conduct initial headcounts and cell inspections and was suspended for 6 days.

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