Chief Harry Earle is a Risk Control Consultant for J.A. Montgomery Risk Control. He provides safety and loss control consulting services for law enforcement agencies within Municipal and County Entities. The services provided address elements of a uniform consulting plan; which include training, accreditation plans, loss analysis, regulatory compliance, and on-site consultation and inspection. Chief Earle serves as a liaison to the Camden County Municipal JIF Executive Safety Committee and offers advice on law enforcement exposures and controls.
Chief Earle joined J.A. Montgomery Risk Control in January 2020. Prior to joining J.A. Montgomery Risk Control, he was the Police Chief of the Gloucester Township Police Department, located in Camden County, New Jersey. He first started with the police department in 1987 and progressed through all of the ranks. In 2010, he was appointed to the position of Police Chief and maintained that position until he retired in the fall of 2019.
Chief Earle was the former president of the Camden County Chiefs of Police Association and served on the Policy, Education, and Mental Health/Addiction Committees. Chief Earle is the Chairperson of the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Committee. He has also served on the New Jersey Human Trafficking Commission, the New Jersey Council on Juvenile Justice System Improvement, and the Camden County Youth Services Commission. During his career, Chief Earle has lectured on the topics of police professionalism, violence prevention in schools, community policing leadership, and juvenile justice practices and reform.
Chief Earle has received numerous awards including the Camden County College Outstanding Alumnus Award (2018), the Camden County Humanitarian Award (2018), the International Association of Chiefs of Police Community Policing Leadership Award (2018), and the Camden County Martin Luther King Freedom Award (2019).
Camden County College – Associates in Law Enforcement Administration
Thomas Edison State University- Bachelors in Criminal Justice
Seton Hall University – Masters in Human Resource Education and Training
Attended the FBI National Academy (234th) and the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Command and Leadership Program.