Grace C. MacAulay
- Governor James J. Florio Center for Public Service 200 Federal Street Camden, NJ 08103
- (856) 225-8400
Grace C. MacAulay was sworn in as Camden County Prosecutor on January 6, 2022, after spending most of her professional career with the CCPO.
MacAulay joined the CCPO in August 1992 as an Assistant Prosecutor, serving in the Domestic Violence, Drug Court, Grand Jury, Juvenile, Motions & Appeals, Megan’s Law and Trial Team Units. In March 2012 she was promoted to Deputy Section Chief of the Juvenile Unit where she prosecuted all crimes committed by juveniles while supervising and training newly hired Assistant Prosecutors.
In January 2014, MacAulay was promoted to Section Chief of the Special Victim’s Unit. In that role, she commanded a specialized group of assistant Prosecutors and detectives who were responsible for investigating and prosecuting adults and juveniles who committed criminal acts of sexual and physical abuse and homicide.
Beginning in July 2014, MacAulay would simultaneously serve as Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor at the CCPO for the next four years, supervising all CCPO Section Chiefs and Assistant Prosecutors while assisting the Prosecutor and First Assistant Prosecutor in managing the office.
It was during her time as Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor MacAulay co-founded the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, “The Friends of the Camden County Child Advocacy Center” which supports the needs of child abuse victims and their families. MacAulay retired as Deputy First Assistant in May 2018 and served as President of “The Friends of the Camden County Child Advocacy Center” until she became Acting Prosecutor.
She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Widener School of Law and a B.A. degree from Gettysburg College.
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