Nathaniel Lhowe is a Sergeant with the New Jersey State Parole Board. Nathan began his career in 2006 as a probation officer with the New Jersey Superior Court and was assigned to the Union County drug court program. He was hired as a parole officer with the New Jersey State Parole Board in 2008. In 2011, he was assigned to the newly created Special Operations Group / Gang Supervision Unit. In that assignment, he supervised a caseload of gang classified parolees. He worked primarily in the Newark area but also in Jersey City, Paterson, and suburban and rural areas of Northern New Jersey. In addition to his day-to-day duties as a parole officer, Nathan also worked closely with gang units from various other law enforcement agencies including the Newark Police Department and the New Jersey State Police in furtherance of various gang suppression and investigation efforts. In 2018, Nathan transferred to his agency’s fugitive unit and was detailed to the U.S. Marshals NY / NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force. In that assignment, he conducted fugitive investigations and operations in conjunction with several other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. In 2019, Nathan was promoted to Sergeant and has since served as a supervisor in District Office 1, which covers five counties in Northern New Jersey. Nathan received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Seton Hall University and his Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from John Jay College.