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Brian E.  Jacobs

Brian E. Jacobs

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Brian E. Jacobs earned his undergraduate degree from Glassboro State College in 1988 and his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law at Camden in 1996. He is a graduate from the New Jersey State Police Academy, Municipal Class, and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, Georgia.

Professional Experience

Mr. Jacobs retired from a decorated 25-year law enforcement career as a lieutenant and unit commander within the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, Camden, NJ, after serving in several command positions. During his law enforcement career, he investigated and supervised thousands of cases, including physical crimes, complex theft and fraud, official misconduct, political corruption, organized crime and administrative matters.

Mr. Jacobs has instructed at police academies and agencies. He was a featured speaker for a public records lecture sponsored by LexisNexis, at Seton Hall Law School.


  • PBA
  • Camden County Bar Association
  • American Society for Industrial Security
  • Association of Certified Fraud Specialists
  • New Jersey State Bar Association

Admitted to Practice

Mr. Jacobs was admitted to practice in both the state and federal courts in New Jersey in 1996.

Awards and Honors

In accordance with the NJ Supreme Court rules regarding the mentioning of awards in attorney advertising, we do not include this information in our marketing materials.  Mr. Jacobs has received numerous commendations including the following:

  • Unit Award/Homeland Security/Counter-Terrorism Unit (2004) - presented by the Delaware River Port Authority.
  • Letter Commendation (2001) - Investigative contribution-presented by the U.S. Attorney's Office, New Jersey
  • Commendation (2001) - Investigative contribution-presented by the IRS
  • Commendation (1999) - Investigative contribution-presented by the FBI
  • Unit Citation/FBI Homicide Task Force, (1998) - presented by Delaware Valley Citizen Crime Commission
  • 2 U.S.Patents - (1984#4,466,791)(1985#4,512,509)
  • Appointed by the Governor’s Commission to revise the Comprehensive Drug Reform Act statutes of Title 2C:35, as well as the Statewide Narcotics Manual on Narcotics Investigations.  1995 to 1997

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