Child Safety Seats

Please contact our Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician Coordinators for an appointment at:

    Capt. Kim Reichert (856) 384-4672

    The Child Safety Seat Program and Sheriff's Officers are at the County Clerk's Store in the Deptford Mall every 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 10 am -  2 pm.  No appointment necessary. 

The following Sheriff's Officers are Child Safety Seat Certified Technicians:

     Capt. Kim Reichert
  • Sheriff's Officer Steve Allen
  • Sheriff's Officer Jake Smith
  • Sheriff's Officer Doug Daniels 
  • Sheriff's Officer Jill Manson
  • Sheriff's Officer Chris Jackson 
  • Sheriff's Officer Anthony Cossaboon 
  • Sheriff's Officer William Tappin
  • Sheriff's Officer Charles Bittle
  • Sheriff's Officer Kristy Savage
  • Sheriff's Officer Angelina Michener
  • Sheriff's Officer Richard Hanratty
  • Sheriff's Officer Randolph Broadbent
  • Sheriff's Officer James Monaghan
  • Sheriff's Officer Kevin Pluta 

Proper Child Safety Seat Use Chart

Infants Toddlers Young Children
Weight Birth to 1 year At least 20-22 lbs. Over 1 year and over 20-40 lbs. Over 40 lbs. Ages 4-8, unless 4'9"
Type of Seat Infant only or rear-facing convertible Convertible / Forward- facing Belt positioning booster seat
Seat Position Rear-facing only Forward-facing Forward-facing
Warning: Always wear a seat belt, no matter your age!
All children age 12 and under should ride in the back seat!

Always Make Sure...        

  • forward facing harness straps should be at or above shoulders.
  • Most seats require top slot for forward-facing.
  • Belt positioning booster seats must be used with both lap and shoulder belt.
  • Make sure the lap belt fits low and tight across the lap/upper thigh area and the shoulder belt fits snug crossing the chest and shoulder to avoid abdominal injuries.
  • Rear-facing harness straps at or below shoulder level. 
  • Children to one year and at least 10 lbs. in rear-facing seats
  • It is recommended children are rear-facing up to 2 years of age or the upper limits of the child safety seat