CAMDEN – A young police officer has died in an accident less than two months after serving as a full-time police officer.
Daniel Adler, 22, was killed riding a motorcycle on Route 561 on Thursday, Camden County spokesman Dan Keashen told NJ Advance Media.
Adler was sworn in as a full-time officer on March 18. Prior to his promotion, he had served as a part-time Class II officer for the department.
Camden County Police announced Adler’s death on Friday evening. A social media post called him a “devoted colleague, friend and family member who will be forever missed.”
“Our thoughts and prayers are with Constable Adler’s family and friends, and our brothers and sisters at CCPD,” the department said. “Daniel, we thank you for your service and may you rest in peace.”
County Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli Jr. called Adler’s loss “horrific” in a statement.
“Every time our community loses someone so young it’s a tragedy, but to know that this young man has dedicated his life and career to helping others with our department is a heartbreaking one,” Cappelli said. .
The City of Camden said in a statement on social media that the city is mourning their loss.
“Mayor Carstarphen and the City of Camden mourn the loss of CCPD Officer Daniel Adler,” the city said. “We salute Daniel for his service to our community.”
Rick Rickman is a reporter for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at [email protected]
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New Jersey High School Graduation Rate
The lists below show the 4-year graduation rates for New Jersey public schools for the 2020-21 school year. The statewide graduation rate fell slightly from 91% in 2019-20 to 90.6%.
The lists, which are sorted by county and include a separate list for charter schools, also include a second graduation rate, which excludes students whose special education IEPs allow them to qualify for degrees even if they don’t. not meet the usual course and attendance requirements.
Columns with an asterisk or “N” indicate that there was no data or that it was suppressed to protect student confidentiality.