Investigative Division

The Investigative Division’s primary goal is to improve the quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors to the township by conducting thorough follow-up investigations aimed at the detection, arrest, and conviction of offenders, for both crimes against persons and property. In furtherance of this goal, the division is broken down into three functional investigative units; Detective Bureau, Juvenile Bureau and Identification Bureau.

The Investigative Division consists of a Captain, Lieutenant and Sergeant, four general Detectives, three Identification (ID) Detectives, and two Juvenile Detectives. The section also has a Detective assigned as a School Resource Officer to the East Brunswick Township Public Schools.

The success of the Investigative Section is dependent upon the acceptance that the total is greater than the sum of its parts. This cooperative spirit enhances the capability of all members of the division while recognizing that the differences inherent in modern police work fortifies, rather than detracts from, the department’s overall mission.

INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION CAPTAIN: DREW WALSH


Captain Drew Walsh was hired as a Patrolman in July of 1998 upon graduating from the Gloucester County Police Academy. In 2011, Captain Walsh was transferred to the Project 18 Community Policing Unit in the Administration Division. He served in the Community Policing Unit until his promotion to Sergeant in May of 2013. Captain Walsh served as a Sergeant in the Patrol Division until his promotion to the rank of Lieutenant in September of 2017. Captain Walsh served as a Lieutenant in the Patrol Division until his promotion to the rank of Captain.

Captain Walsh was twice elected State Delegate for East Brunswick Policemen’s Benevolent Association Local #145 and elected twice as the State Delegate for East Brunswick Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #98. He currently serves as the liaison between the East Brunswick Policemen’s Benevolent Association Superior Officer Association Local #145A and the New Jersey State PBA. Captain Walsh has also served as a Field Training Officer. Captain Walsh has received several Letters of Commendation.