Director of Public Safety
Kinamo A. Lomon
Director Kinamo Lomon became a Willingboro resident in 1989 when he was 12 years old.
Director Lomon started his career with the Willingboro Police Department in 2000 and received his recruit training at the Burlington County Police Academy that same year. By 2006, he was serving as a member of the Special Weapons and Tactics Team, and eventually became the assistant SWAT Team leader until ending his 10 years of service with the team in 2016. Director Lomon has served as a Firearms & Police Service Rifle Instructor, Defensive Driving Instructor, and Police Academy Physical Training Instructor. He also served as a Field Training Officer from 2005 until his promotion to Sergeant in 2011.
Director Lomon was transferred to the Criminal Investigations Division in 2014 where he served as the Street Crimes Unit Sergeant. During his tenure he was responsible for the supervision of all narcotic operations and other pre-planned street crime events. Later on in 2014, he was promoted to Detective Sergeant within the Criminal Investigations Division. Director Lomon held the position of Detective Sergeant until 2016 when he was promoted to Lieutenant of the Criminal Investigations Division.
As Lieutenant of the Criminal Investigations Division, he served as the commanding officer. His responsibilities included the day to day operation of the division and directing investigative functions such as criminal case management and internal affairs investigations.
Director Lomon received his Bachelor of Science from Rutgers University, where he majored in Administration of Justice, in 1999. In 2011, he obtained his Masters of Arts in Organizational Management with a specialization in Leadership from Ashford University. He is also a proud graduate of the FBI National Academy 267th session (2017).
Director Lomon was promoted to the rank of Captain in March 2019. Then he was appointed as the Director of Public Safety of the Willingboro Police Department in January 2020.