Chief David M. Dailey has been a resident of Monroe Township since 1992. He began his law enforcement career with the Gloucester County Sheriff’s department in April of 1994. In September of 1994 he transferred to the Monroe Township Police Department as a Patrol officer in the Patrol Division.
During his 26 years with the Monroe Township Police Department he has served in various roles such as Field Training Officer, Firearms Instructor, Training Coordinator, Patrol Commander and Records Commander. Chief Dailey was also a member of the Gloucester County SWAT team from August of 1998 to May of 2009.
The Chief realizes that these unprecedented times that we are living in have presented numerous new challenges for our law enforcement profession and he knows that the Monroe Township Police Department is ready to meet these challenges with open minds, professionalism and dedication. The officers of the Monroe Township Police Department will continue to serve our community with integrity and fairness, and will work to keep the citizens of Monroe Township safe and informed.
The Chief prides himself and the department on building relationships based on trust and honesty. With that said the Monroe Township Police Department will continue to be proactive with our younger generations to enhance and build positive relationships.
Chief Dailey has an Associate Degree from Rowan College of South Jersey and is a Certified Public Manager. He served in the United States Marine Corps and is a Gulf Storm Veteran. Chief Dailey is most proud of his two son’s and excited for their future.