Welcome to the Cape May County Prosecutor's Home Page

     By law, the Prosecutor's Office is responsible for the detection, investigation, arrest and conviction of criminals in Cape May County.  As the chief law enforcement officer in the county, the Prosecutor works closely with the municipal police departments and state police to ensure the effective, efficient and uniform enforcement of the criminal laws and the administration of criminal justice throughout the county.  After September 11, 2001, the Prosecutor's Office has undertaken additional important duties in homeland security and counter terrorism.

   The Prosecutor's Office is committed to strengthen law enforcement relations with our citizens, enhancing the quality of life in the county and protecting the rights of crime victims to be treated with compassion, fairness and respect.  I want to initiate educational and awareness programs to reduce crime, and domestic violence and bullying here in our county.



Robert W. Johnson

First Assistant Prosecutor


Kenneth W. Super

Chief of County Detectives



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Welcome to the Cape May County Prosecutor's Home Page

Robert L. Taylor


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How Scam Artists

Target their Prey






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Mapping Initiative Form













Please e-mail any comments, suggestions or questions to:


DN-110, 4 Moore Road
110 Justice Way
Cape May Court House, New Jersey  08210
(609) 465-1135







      Cape May County became only the second Prosecutor's Office in the State of New Jersey

        to be accredited.   Harry J. DelGado, Accreditation Program Manager, lauded the

            Prosecutor's Office for "taking the proactive step to have its transparency looked at by

outsiders and make judgments."


from left, Mitchell Sklar, executive director, NJ State Assn. of Chiefs of Police, Freeholder Leonard Desidero,

Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor, Sheriff Gary Schaffer, Harry DelGado, Accreditation Program Manager, NJ State Assn. of Chiefs of Police

Lower Twp. School Officials help combat drug abuse


video courtesy of NBC40

(click photo)


Approach to a Community Problem

Seminar Raises Drug Abuse Awareness

(photo and article courtesy of Herald Newspaper)



(from left) Lynne Krukosky, Executive Director of Cape Assist; Chris Kobik Superintendent of LCMR;

Lower Township Police Chief William Mastriana; Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor


Application for

Megan's Law

Community Notification