Philip S. Aronow retired as First Assistant Prosecutor and was charged with oversight for the various functions of the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, which is supported by 40 municipalities and six New Jersey State Police Stations for primary law enforcement activities throughout the county. Mr. Aronow graduated from Lafayette College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and then graduated from Widener University School of Law. Previously, he was an Assistant Attorney General and served as Bureau Chief of the Prosecutors Supervision & Training Bureau with the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice. He also served as a New Jersey Police Training Commission Certified Instructor and has taught as an Instructor and Guest Lecturer for various law schools as well as for military and law enforcement personnel throughout the state. Mr. Aronow is certified in Mental Health First Aid Training and is a Master Resiliency Trainer for the New Jersey Law Enforcement Resiliency Program. Mr. Aronow oversaw community outreach and community justice efforts as part of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Initiatives for 21st Century Policing, Bias Crimes, Veterans Diversion, Police Chaplains and continued with those efforts on a county level. He spearheaded Juvenile Justice Alternative Initiatives for at-risk and disadvantaged youth and led the Burlington County Partnership for Youth Success and the Joint Base (McGuire, Dix, Lakehurst) STARBASE 2.0 Initiative for implementation of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and literacy-based programs with public, private and military partners. On a personal level, Mr. Aronow is a founding member of the Legacy Society for Samaritan Hospice.