Sargeant Warren Rivell
Sgt. Warren Rivell’s law enforcement career started in 2005 as a patrol officer with the Franklin Township Police Department in Gloucester County. In 2015, Sgt. Rivell was hired by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office where he was assigned to the Major Crimes Unit (MCU.) During his stint in MCU, Sgt. Rivell investigated homicides, financial crimes, unattended / unexplained deaths and reports of child physical and sexual assaults. In 2020, Sgt. Rivell was detached to the GCPO Professional Standards Unit (Internal Affairs) where he investigated allegations of police officer misconduct.
In July of 2023, Sgt. Rivell was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assumed supervision of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit and Megan’s Law Unit where he works under the Unit’s commander, Lt. Greg Malesich. Sgt. Rivell oversees the five detectives currently assigned to the Special Victims Unit and Megan’s Law Unit as well as the day-to-day operation of each Unit. He continues to investigate allegations of child physical and sexual assault when called upon. Sgt. Rivell also serves as Gloucester County’s Human Trafficking Liaison.
Sgt. Rivell has received advanced training in Major Crimes, Internal Affairs and Crimes Against Children. Over the span of his career, Sgt. Rivell has received numerous unit citations for his performance as both a patrol officer and as a detective. Sgt. Rivell is a graduate of Wilmington University and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management.