Camden County Sheriff Unveils New Patrol Vehicle Funded With Grant From Cooper University Health Care

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Sheriff Wilson hands the keys to the new campus patrol vehicle to Cooper’s Stephanie Connors.

On June 24, 2016, Camden County Sheriff G.L. “Whip” Wilson visited Cooper University Health Care to unveil a new patrol vehicle that will be used as part of ongoing security efforts on the Cooper Health Sciences Campus.

The vehicle, a 2016 Ford Explorer, was funded by a grant from Cooper and will be used by the Sheriff’s Department officers to patrol the Health Sciences Campus which includes Cooper University Hospital, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, and MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.

“Cooper University Health Care is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our employees, patients, and visitors,” said Stephanie D. Conners, MBA, BSN, NEA-BC, Senior Executive Vice President, Hospital Chief Operating Officer and System Chief Nursing Officer, who accepted the keys to the vehicle on behalf of Cooper. “The addition of this new vehicle and routine patrols by the Sheriff’s Department will enhance Cooper’s ongoing security efforts and bring an additional level of safety around the campus.”

“We are proud to partner with Cooper to enhance security in the City of Camden,” said Sheriff Wilson. “Working together, we are making Camden a safer place to work, visit, and do business.”

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Wendy A. Marano
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