Joseph Conlin is a prevention educator for Prevention Plus of Burlington County. He retired from a distinguished law enforcement career in 2008 as Chief of Police of Pemberton Boro. Joe was one of Burlington Counties first DARE Officers and has worked for Burlington Twp, Edgewater Park, Pemberton Boro and Fieldsboro Police Departments.
Since 2009 he has been a coordinator for the Burlington County Coalition for Healthy Communities a Federally Grant Funded coalition with a focus on youth prevention programs. Joe conducts prevention programs for families, youth, teachers, parents and both active and retired Military families. Joe and his wife Susan live in Marlton NJ.
Lea Harvey is a Social Services Supervisor for the Behavioral Health department under the Center for Family Guidance located within Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly, NJ. “Ms. Harvey”, as she is affectionately known to many; manages the Social Services department and coordinates services for the incarcerated that have mental health, substance abuse, or homelessness problems. Lea earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Justice from Rowan University, and her Masters of Science degree in Human Behavior from Capella University in 2015. During this time, Lea has held several committee positions as a long standing member of the Systems Review Committee of Burlington County Mental Health Services, as well as a senior member of the Justice Involved Services committee. Lea continues to work in conjunction with Board of Social Services of Burlington County, and is a vital member of Recidivism Committee of Burlington County Jail. Lea is also the founder of the Burlington County Jail Summit Committee for mental health, substance abuse, and homelessness organizations who provide services to this vulnerable population once released. She is an active board member of the Burlington Brotherhood Inc. of Burlington, NJ who is working with pre-teens in the Burlington County area.
Ms. Harvey has served in the corrections field for over 17 years and has extensive knowledge and understanding of this population. Lea has also worked in several capacities prior to corrections as an educator, substance abuse counselor, and a case manager working with at-risk youth early in her career. Lea brings her education, experience, and knowledge to each individual. Ms. Harvey will work to find solutions to any situation and feels that if “we can give back what was so freely given to us” the world would be a much better place.
David Borek is a therapist and clinical director at a community agency and is nationally certified through both the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) and The National Certification Commission for Addiction Professionals (NCC AP). Additionally, he is dually licensed in New Jersey as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC). David has ten years of experience working with co-occurring disorders. Furthermore, he is nationally certified as an anger management counselor and previously acted as a drug court liaison.
While working in a correctional facility, David was alarmed by the number of incarcerations directly related to substance use disorders and felt that a more appropriate response was needed. Through both personal and professional experiences, David has come to understand that addiction does not discriminate and that a more comprehensive approach is needed to help both the addicted and their family members.
Daniel M. Rosenberg
Daniel M. Rosenberg is a passionate, aggressive, and highly effective criminal defense attorney based in Burlington County, New Jersey. While he primarily focuses on criminal defense, his areas of practice also include DUI/DWI, civil litigation, personal injury matters, and general counsel for both individuals and businesses.
Mr. Rosenberg’s criminal experience includes prosecuting and/or defending individuals charged with possession and/or distribution of drugs, aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, arson, kidnapping, aggravated assault, robbery, theft, auto theft, home invasions and a litany of other offenses. He has experience trying criminal matters and is familiar with the criminal justice system.
Mr. Rosenberg is also a civil litigation attorney, with plaintiff and defense litigation experience. His civil practice includes personal injury, CEPA, Administrative matters, Administrative Disciplinary Defense matters, Employment matters, FRO/TRO defense and general defense litigation.
Mr. Rosenberg has extensive experience and training in criminal and civil litigation. After graduating from the Rutgers School of Law-Rutgers, he was a New Jersey Supreme Court Judicial Law Clerk to Justice Peter G. Verniero (Ret.). Mr. Rosenberg was also an Assistant Prosecutor with the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, where he prosecuted juvenile and adult jury trials to verdict. As an Assistant Prosecutor, Mr. Rosenberg received firearms trainings, forensic interviewing courses and sexual assault investigation and prosecution. Mr. Rosenberg’s experience as a county prosecutor provides him with knowledge and experience that sets him apart from most criminal defense lawyers in Burlington County. He is well versed in the arrest, bail, pre-trial and indictment procedures. Mr. Rosenberg also defends individuals charged with DUI and a certified Alcotest 7110 MKIII-C operator, the machine utilized by New Jersey law enforcement to test breath samples in DUI prosecution. In 2015, Mr. Rosenberg’s Criminal Defense practice was acknowledged as Daniel was included in the annual list of New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars.
Mr. Rosenberg and his office also provide small business legal representation and counsel.
Outside the practice of law, Mr. Rosenberg is an adjunct professor for “Trial Advocacy Skills” at Rutgers School of Law-Camden and a former lecturer at the Burlington County Police Academy in the area of cross-examination. He also moderates and teaches continuing legal education courses at Rutgers School of Law-Camden.
Mr. Rosenberg is also a founder and trustee of the AJ Butz Foundation, whose mission is to raise awareness of the growing opiate and prescription drug addiction epidemic, raise funds for drug rehabilitation treatment for addicts who cannot afford help on their own and support long-term drug and alcohol recovery.
In his personal time, Mr. Rosenberg he is a determined endurance athlete and Ultrarunner. He has finished over 150 Ultramarathons (any run exceeding 26.2 miles) and 9 one hundred (100) Mile Races, including the Western States 100.