Atlantic County Juvenile Defense
Very few charges are filed in Corbin against either juveniles or adults. Corbin is known as the smallest town in New Jersey and therefore generates few criminal incidents. However, the town does have its own municipal court which handles all traffic and disorderly persons offenses. Any juvenile charged with a criminal offense in Corbin is sent to the Family Court for Atlantic County.
Corbin Municipal Court
The Municipal Court is located at 148 Cumberland Avenue, Estell Manor. Phone: (609) 628-2015. Sessions: Fourth Mondays at 6:15 p.m. Judge: Hon. James Birchmeier, P.J.M.C. Prosecutor: Patrick Martin, Esq.
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 16 major crimes in 2010. The resulting crime and violent rates per 1,000 residents are 32.5 and 4.1. There were no murders, rapes, bias crimes, or reports of police force. This is one of five municipalities in the county without cases of police force. There occurred 1 robbery, 1 assault, 6 burglaries, 3 incidents of domestic violence.
General Corbin NJ Information
Corbin City was created as a city in 1922, from sections of Weymouth Township. Its territory encompasses 8.940 square miles, inhabited by 492 people as of the 2010 census. It is the least populated city in the state (with 64 persons per square mile). There are smaller communities but they are boroughs, townships or similar. As other municipalities of New Jersey, it is deliberating its consolidation with other towns because of its scant population.
As of the 2010 census, there were 130 families and 212 housing units. City-data estimated the 2009 median house or condo value at 292,900 versus $348,300 statewide. The March 2012 cost of living index was only 3.8% higher than the national average.
Statistics from the 2010 census reveal that the median family income was $56,000. Males had a median income 32% higher than females ($35,938 versus $27,250). The median household income was $47,083, and the per capita income $21,321. As per City-data, in 2009 these had risen to $68,030 and $29,903, respectively. None of the families and less than 5.0% of the population lived below the poverty level. This included no minors and 17.0% of seniors.
At the time of the 2010 census, 97.56% of the population was White and 3.46% Hispanic or Latino of any race. This is a variation from the 2000 census results of 94.02% White, 2.78% African American, 1.28% Asian, and 2.99% Hispanic or Latino of any race. German (30.8%), Irish (27.6%), English (18.2%), Italian (13.0%), 3.2% versus 17.5%.
Of the 185 households registered in the 2010 census, 30.3% had minors living with them. Married couples living together represented 53.0%. Households composed of non-families and of individuals were 29.7% and 24.9%, respectively. Minors accounted for 23.2% and seniors for 12.2%.
The New Jersey Department of Education eliminated the city’s school district in 2009 because it was operating without schools and with relatively few students. Grade school students attend the Upper Township schools, and high school students go to Ocean City.
The 2010 census data for highest educational level of residents age 25 and over reveal that the percentages with a bachelor’s or graduate degree were significantly below state levels (12.93% and 5.17% versus 20.65% and 12.05%). Less than 15.00% had not completed high school versus 42.24% who had. Those with some college or associate degree were 25.57%.
The most common industries for males between 2005 an 2009 were Retail trade (22%), Construction (15%), and Public administration (12%). Females engaged in Retail trade (18%), Educational services (18%), and Health care and social assistance (15%).