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Richard Norcross

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Executive Vice President

Phone: (732) ***-****  HQ Phone
CSI Technology Group Inc
330 Mac Lane
Keasbey, New Jersey 08832
United States

Company Description: CSI is the leader in providing software solutions to law enforcement and public agencies in New Jersey, our home state, and we are fast becoming recognized in other...   more

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CSI TECHNOLOGY GROUP - Our Leadership Team, 13 Mar 2014 [cached]
Rich Norcross, Executive Vice President
Prior to retirement from 25 years in law enforcement and joining CSI, Richard Norcross was the Commander of the Intelligence Services Team for the Camden County Prosecutor's Office. Commander Norcross joined the Prosecutor's Office after retiring from his Detective post at the Haddon Heights Police Department due to significant gunshot wounds sustained in the line of duty. Prior to that, he was a police officer with the National Park Boro Police Dept. During his career, Rich has received numerous medals and commendations for law enforcement actions, including the prestigious New Jersey Gold Medal of Valor as well as the Combat Cross and Wounded in Combat Medal. Commander Norcross is the President of the East Coast Gang Investigator's Association and has also served as a Policy Board Member & Secretary for the Mid Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN). He is still a Trustee for the Camden County Detectives Association and is one of the founding members of the Police Intelligence Group of South Jersey. Rich also volunteers to work with law enforcement professionals and their families in the aftermath of tragedies that have resulted in serious injury or death to officers.
East Coast Gang Investigators Association, 18 Sept 2013 [cached]
Richard Norcross Executive Director Email Richard Norcross
CSI Sponsors Gang Investigator Conference, 7 June 2012 [cached]
CSI Law Enforcement Liaison, Rich Norcross, serves as Executive Director of ECGIA. Norcross is a retired Commander of the Intelligence Services Team in the Camden Count y (NJ) Prosecutor's Office.
Instructors, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
Commander Rich Norcross, Camden County Prosecutor's Office (ret.): Rich Norcross was executing a search warrant when he was shot seven times and his partner was killed. Rich was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Rich fought his way back to health but had to deal with the death of his brother and his partner. He had undergone several surgeries and was forced to retire from the Haddon Heights Police Dept and was told he could never work again. Rich worked hard and was hired by the Camden County Prosecutors office and eventually became the Gang Commander. He has been through over twenty surgeries and still lives with one bullet lodged in his body. Rich shares his story of tragedy, survival and winning against insurmountable odds and offers officer survival tips that can be utilized by any law enforcement officer. is a Master Instructor for Homefront Protective Group. He can be reached at
CourierPostOnline - South Jersey's Web Site, 26 Mar 2006 [cached]
Rich Norcross (left) continues police work in honor of his brother, John, a Haddon Heights officer killed in 1995.
That's what I try to do,' Rich Norcross says.
Why police tradition runs in familiesWhy police tradition runs in familiesLaw enforcers driven by prideFamily serves, protects CamdenUniform a good fit after allRICHARD NORCROSSAge: 40.Title: Agent, Camden County Prosecutor's Office Intelligence Unit.History: Joined the Woodbury Police Department in 1985 as a cadet.Joined the National Park Police Department as a patrolman in 1987.
Richard and John Norcross would be veterans of the Haddon Heights Police Department by now and Sylvan Avenue would continue to be no different than any other picturesque, tree-lined street in town.
On April 20, 1995, a tragedy ripped that future from Rich Norcross and his younger brother as the sounds of gunshots rattled a quiet street.
Leslie Nelson, a heavily armed transsexual, opened fire on Rich Norcross, then a borough detective, and John L. McLaughlin, an investigator with the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, when they went to the home to serve a weapons warrant.
In the past decade, Rich Norcross has grappled with that tragedy but the deep bonds of brotherhood and the seemingly ancient brotherhood of law enforcement propel him to continue.
"I do it to honor him and to honor Jack," said Norcross, 40, of his decision to stay in law enforcement after the incident."I as a person don't like to admit defeat and I don't like to give up.We do this job because we think that it's important.It's about the importance of service."
Rich Norcross said his family moved around quite a bit when he was young and it drew him closer to his younger brother through the years.
"We were each other's best friends.We shared the same interests," he said.
Rich worked in Woodbury and National Park before joining Haddon Heights in 1989 as a patrolman.
Rich Norcross said working with his brother was no different than growing up with him.
"It wasn't awkward at all.We had a good relationship," he said."We always worried a little bit about each other because we were brothers."
Families in law enforcement, whether related or not, should "cherish" one another, Rich Norcross said.
"Don't take each other for granted," he said.
In 1996, injuries from the shooting forced Rich Norcross to retire from Haddon Heights but he joined the Camden County Prosecutor's Office as an agent.Along with his duties in the intelligence unit, Rich Norcross also speaks to various law enforcement groups about surviving critical incidents.
Rich Norcross has grappled with the aftershock of the shootings for more than 10 years.He survived the tragedy physically but he could easily allow it to swallow him up emotionally.
He's choosing another route.
"You can take any tragedy and learn from it," he said.
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