The Camden County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund commenced operations on February 1, 1987, shortly after the New Jersey legislature’s enactment permitting communities to form self-insurance funds. The fund was initially organized by a charter group of 13 Camden County municipalities. As of January 1, 2013, the fund had 34 members. The mission of this Fund is to provide a safe environment for the member agency’s employees and the residents they serve, protect the assets of its members, and contain costs through joint purchasing of insurance and sharing of services and staff.

The Camden County Joint Insurance Fund is considered a public body and is required to follow  the Local Public Contracts Law, Open Public Meeting Act, Open Public Records Act, and New Jersey State Ethics Law. This website has been developed in an effort to allow members of the public to obtain information regarding the administration and operation of the Fund.