Greetings. Thank you for visiting this website. My name is Sean Clancy. I am a recently retired Captain of Detectives from the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, in Mays Landing, NJ. I decided to bring together my science background and law enforcement experience, and create National CSI Camp, LLC. There is no other company that is using this type of business model to convey this type of subject matter to the audience of students.
The company’s goal is to provide unique training to mature minded high school aged students by using current experienced law enforcement officers to teach the students modern and up-to-date investigative techniques to solve a crime. The model was developed to impart knowledge to the students directly from the Detectives. Equally as important, as a retired police officer, I have watched the relationship between the community and the police become strained over many incidents that have drawn national coverage all too often, not holding the police in a good light. By bringing competent personable and enthusiastic police detectives into teach high school aged kids, we will be promoting and improving a positive bond and fostering a better relationship between the police and community.
While enrolled in an undergrad program at Stockton University, Sean pursued the requirements of a science degree including chemistry, physics, calculus, and associated science disciplines and earned his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Environmental Science and All Conference Honors in both the Cross Country and the Track programs at Stockton University.
After graduating, he immediately put the degree to work and was hired as an Environmental Specialist with Atlantic County, where he routinely conducted scientific testing and sampling in the field, of air, water, soil and hazardous materials, with using various methodologies and accepted practices. He was assigned to the Environmental Crimes Task Force where the small unit of four investigators pursued both criminal and civil environmental cases and took those cases to trial.
After 10 years at the Atlantic County’s environmental unit, Sean shifted gears to pursue a career in law enforcement. He was hired by the Atlantic County Prosecutors Office as a Detective in 1998. Over the next 18 years, he gained experience in many units including Narcotics, Homicide, Evidence, Accreditation, Intelligence, and SWAT.
Over the course of his career, was promoted to Sergeant, Lieutenant and eventually management rising to the rank of Captain and Commander of the Atlantic County SWAT Team and held many collateral duty positions within the Office. He currently continues to serve as an instructor over the last decade for the New Jersey Chief’s of Police, Command and Leadership Academy http://www.njsacop.org/content.asp?contentid=54
In 2017, Sean was negatively impacted by the Opioid Crisis, as have many families across the country, and lost someone very close to him. Wanting to affect change as a civilian, he developed a presentation on the topic and he has been invited to speak at public functions on the subject of the Crisis, including many area high schools, and will continue to volunteer his time for any group that will like to take advantage of his 10 years of Narcotic experience, and his passion to contribute to the Awareness movement of this epidemic.
Sean has been an avid runner for all of his adult life. After competing as a Division III athlete for Stockton University in Track and Cross Country, he went on to be a perennial triathlete and racer. Running and racing Triathlons has been a passion of Sean from many years. He has competed and finished in 7 Ironman Distance races including his last race at this distance at age 50.
Each spring and summer, Sean works for various local charities and other non-profit organizations while organizing running and triathlon races in the Atlantic County , NJ area.