Previous Employee Spotlights

May 2019

May 2019

Sergeant First Class James D’Averso was raised in Howell Township, New Jersey and graduated from West Chester University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.  He became a member of the Medford Township Police Department in 1997 and is a Township resident.  As an Officer, he worked in the Patrol Division and for a short time was a member of the School Resource Officer Unit.  Early in his career he was afforded the opportunity to attend additional motor vehicle accident investigation classes which allowed him to become a member of the Traffic Unit.  SFC. D’Averso also worked as a Detective in the Criminal Investigations Bureau and then obtained the position of Corporal, until his promotion to the rank of Sergeant in 2009.  SFC. D’Averso has been a member of the Medford Township Special Response Team as well as being the agency’s Domestic Violence Liaison.  During his off time, he remains active with his wife of nineteen years, while assisting in coaching various local youth sports with his three children.


April 2019

April 2019

Officer Nicole Fellona has been a Medford Township Police Officer since 2006 and has been employed as a Patrol Officer, Detective and School Resource Officer. She serves on the Community Relations Unit and has participated in Operation Santa, National Night Out and other community events throughout the Township. Officer Fellona is currently a School Resource Officer and is assigned to the Medford Township School District.

Nicole grew up in Collingswood and graduated from Collingswood High School. She started her career as a SLEO II Officer with the Wildwood Police Department. Nicole and her family reside in Medford Twp and they enjoy spending time with their two dogs Wilson and Walker.


March 2019

March 2019

Officer Bill Webb has been with the Medford Twp. Police Department for 17 years.  He grew up in Washington Twp (Gloucester County) and attended Gloucester Catholic High School.  He started his law enforcement career as a Police Dispatcher with the Washington Twp Police Department in 1996.  Bill graduated the Gloucester County Police Academy SLEO #10 class in May 1998 after which he began working as a Class II Special Officer for the Pitman Police Department, and then later for the Washington Twp Police Department.  He worked in the department as a Full time Dispatcher and Special Officer II until he was hired by Medford Twp in August 2001.

During his career in Medford, Bill has worked in various units within the department and is currently assigned as a School Resource Officer at Lenape High School.  In addition, he is a Crash Reconstructionist assigned to the Traffic Unit.  Bill is a certified Firearms Instructor, Police Motor Officer, and Field Training Officer.  He has served in Field Operations, Criminal Investigative Bureau, EMT Unit, Bicycle Patrol Unit, and Firearms/Training Unit. 

Outside of work, Bill has been a volunteer Firefighter for 25 years and he currently holds the rank of Deputy Fire Chief with Medford Fire-EMS.  He is also a volunteer baseball coach at Shawnee High School.  Bill is married and he and his wife, Mandy, enjoy traveling and riding motorcycles in their off-time.