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MIRAMAR police department

annual report

2019

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Table of

Contents 3 Mission & Values

4 Message From The Chief 6  Statistical Data 8 Organizational Chart 10 Office Of The Chief 12 Community Oriented Policing Bureau 14 In The Community 18 Executive Services Bureau 20 Support Services Bureau 22 Special Operations Bureau 30 Awards 2

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Mission Statement

We pledge to provide a safe and secure environment and enhance the quality of life in the City of Miramar by working in partnership with the community, providing progressive police services, impartially enforcing the laws, preserving the peace and protecting the individual rights of our citizens.

Core ValuesÂ

The basis of professionalism is a combination of honor, integrity and accountability. We are committed to developing and providing leadership as partners with the community. Our understanding of diversity is key to our success. We respect our fellow employees and the citizens we serve. Through teamwork, we effectively achieve our goals. We foster open and honest communication.

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Message From The

Chief We did it Miramar!!! We closed out an incredible decade of policing our streets and were able to see decreases in every type of crime throughout the city. We, as a Community, went through countless challenges, tragedy, accomplishments and set our future goals with “BOLD” initiatives. We, as a City, recognized our need to expand our technological footprints, our need to grow our economic base, prepare, develop and brand educational centers and most importantly strengthen our partnerships with our business community to construct a “Smart City-Miramar." We utilized dynamic methods such as alerting motorists of speed restrictions, utilizing social media platforms for emerging issues to make travel safer and made awareness our first priority for our residents and visitors. As in years past, the Miramar Police Department remains a leading organization and has always remained transparent with our staff, our crime initiatives and our support for community. As we close out a great chapter for 2019 I am soliciting the help of not only our residents but charging all who have a vested interest in our beautiful city of progress to “C.A.R.E.” about our future. Did you know our City management launched a program called C.A.R.E., which is a comprehensive review of city operations? It encourages recommendations from all departments, including the police department, to learn how we can better serve each other to deliver great quality service, but also examines how we can maximize on the input of our stakeholders. Miramar, tell me how we can better serve you! As you navigate through this annual report, it will reflect the hard work of your police department and present statistical data retrieved through our predictive policing initiative. Technology has shown us ways to predict the best probability of crime activity as we utilize this data to efficiently target our efforts, thus spending taxpayer investment wisely. I am excited to embark on 2020 with Team Miramar as we all work to provide you excellent police services. Thank you for your support and see you at the start of a new decade. Go Miramar!!!

An Honor to Serve,

Dexter M. Williams Chief of Police

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Body Cameras are here! The Miramar Police Department has always prided itself in being a progressive police department that offers transparency through the most professional law enforcement services available. With this in mind, we are particularly proud of our newest body camera initiative. After careful research and rigorous testing, we rolled out a body camera program in October 2019. We believe that this investment in our public safety services is one that will serve our residents well.

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Statistical Data

2019

2018

2019

% CHANGE

5

3

-40%

SEXUAL BATTERY

45

32

-29%

ROBBERY

87

73

-16%

Armed

30

36

20%

Strongarm

44

27

-39%

Home Invasion

5

3

-40%

Carjacking

8

7

-13%

AGG. ASSAULT/BATTERY

170

187

10%

BURGLARY

211

189

-10%

Residence

150

127

-15%

Business

18

21

17%

other

43

41

-5%

BURGLARY FROM AUTO

654

544

-17%

THEFT

986

905

-8%

Grand

252

225

-11%

Petit

185

228

23%

Retail

165

138

-16%

Other

384

314

-18%

AUTO THEFT

286

271

-5%

4

2

-50%

2,448

2,206

-10%

HOMICIDE

ARSON TOTAL PART I CRIME

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PART 1 CRIME

ROBBERY

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

AUTO BURGLARY

PART 1 CRIME TREND

ROBBERY TREND

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY TREND

AUTO BURGLARY TREND

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Deputy City Manager OPERATIONAL SERVICES

DIGITAL EVIDENCE UNIT BODY WORN CAMERA SERGEANT DIGITAL EVIDENCE TECH.(2) INTERNAL AFFAIRS CAPTAIN (1) SERGEANT(1)

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CHIEF OF POLICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATOR

Assistant Chief of Police POLICE DEPARTMENT COORDINATOR

JTTF OFFICER PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

Community oriented policing bureau

SUPPORT SERVICES BUREAU

MAJOR ADMIN COORDINATOR

BUREAU COMMANDER

OPERATIONS SUPPORT DIVISION MANAGER

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION MANAGER

DISTRICT I DIVISION CAPTAIN (2)

DISTRICT II DIVISION CAPTAIN (2)

CRIME ANALYSIS CRIME ANALYST CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

FISCAL PROPERTY SUPERVISOR CLERK (3)

PATROL SERGEANT (7) OFFICER (52) COMMUNITY SERVICE AIDE (8)

PATROL SERGEANT (7) OFFICER (47) COMMUNITY SERVICE AIDE (8)

K-9 UNIT OFFICER (5)

FIELD FORCE

TECHNICAL SERVICES

COMMUNICATIONS SUPERVISOR COMM. OFFICER (8) POLICE ADMIN TECH

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RECORDS SUPERVISOR POLICE ADMIN TECH (5) LOGISTICS LOGISTICS COORDINATOR

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organizational

chart

EXECUTIVE SERVICES BUREAU MAJOR

grants/ACCREDITATION ACCREDITATION/PROGRAMS MANAGER

VOLUNTEER unit VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR P/T

CHAPLAINS

PERSONNEL/recruitment OFFICER (2)

Code compliance

human resources POLICE PERSONNEL ADMIN. POLICE PERSONNEL COORD. POLICE PERSONNEL SPECIALIST

Code compliance

PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST

SUPERVISOR CODE OFFICER (9) ADMIN. COORD. (3)

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT POLICE PLANNER

Special operations bureau

HONOR GUARD

COMMUNITY RESOURCE UNIT SERGEANT OFFICER (9)

MANAGER

MAJOR ADMIN COORDINATOR

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION CAPTAIN

PERSONS CRIMES SERGEANT OFFICER (10)

PROPERTY CRIMES SERGEANT OFFICER (11) POLICE ADMIN TECH

CRIME SCENE CRIME SCENE TECH (4) PROPERTY/ EVIDENCE SUPERVISOR (2) CUSTODIAN (2)

SPECIALIZED SUPPORT DIVISION CAPTAIN

STRATEGIC INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION CAPTAIN

TRAFFIC SERGEANT OFFICER (8)

PRIME SERGEANT OFFICER (8)

TRAINING UNIT SERGEANT OFFICER (2)

SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS SERGEANT OFFICER (7) SPECIAL EVENTS

YOUTH SERVICES SERGEANT (2) OFFICER (23) PAL OFFICER

DIVE TEAM VICTIM SERVICES VICTIM ADV. PROGRAM COORD. VICTIM ADVOCATE POLICE ADMIN. TECH

SWAT HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS

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This office shall continue to proudly serve as the foundation for the betterment of our staff, by honoring tradition, while pioneering change.

OFFICE OF THE

chief

The chief of police is the highest-ranking officer in the police department. He is responsible for providing the overall leadership and management of the police department. The chief of police directs, plans, and coordinates the enforcement of the penal divisions of the city charter, the ordinances of the city, and the laws of the state and nation for the purpose of protecting persons and property, and for the preservation of the peace of the community. The chief of police is responsible for communicating with the city commissioners, and the state and national legislative bodies on law enforcement matters of importance to the City of Miramar; as well as proposing new or amended existing legislation which could have an impact on law enforcement. The chief of police ensures the highest level of professionalism of police service. He is responsive to the concerns and expectations of the community. Furthermore, he is also responsible for the management functions of controlling, planning, organizing, supervising, and staffing for the department. During a state of emergency, such as a natural disaster in the city, the chief of police, along with other city leaders, assumes a leadership role in planning, coordinating, and directing all activities aimed at returning conditions to normal. The chief of police has jurisdiction within the City of Miramar and commands authority over 228 sworn officers and 82 civilian employees. The chief of police has the responsibility and authority for the management, direction, and control of the operations and administration of the department. He ensures efficient and effective police services to the citizens of Miramar. The chief also formulates the plans and policies of all departmental operations, including fiscal management. The department is organized, under the Office of the Chief of Police, into four operational bureaus: Community Oriented Policing, Special Operations Executive Services and the Support Services.

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Public Information Office The Public Information Office is responsible for preparing reports and information made available to the public and media. The Public Information Officer: • Issues press releases • Handles dozens of media inquiries per week • Facilitates requests through the media by families of crime victims • Coordinates press conferences • Manages and responds to all public records requests from the media • Responds to call-outs, as needed • Manages social media communications • Serves as an integral part of the management of the Miramar Police Department website • Manages and archives media clips of Miramar police related stories • Produces videos to help solve crimes, showcase the department, and educate the community Internal Affairs Unit The Internal Affairs Unit is responsible for safeguarding the integrity of the City of Miramar and the Miramar Police Department, as well as the rights of all citizens within the area of jurisdictional responsibility. The members assigned to the Internal Affairs Unit network with Internal Affairs investigators throughout the country for best practices and proactive measures. The Internal Affairs Unit is constantly training and strives to offer the highest-quality services to the residents of Miramar. To ensure the highest standards, the Internal Affairs Unit also provides training to police department personnel and staff from other city departments. Below are the types of incidents and frequency of those incidents handled by the Internal Affairs Unit in 2019. • • • • • • • • • •

Administrative investigation incidents: 2 Criminal investigation incidents: 1 Inquiry/referral incidents: 0 Citizen complaint incidents: 16 Officer injury incidents: 32 Property damage incidents: 40 Firearm discharge incidents: 3 Use of force incidents: 41 Vehicle accident incidents: 36 Vehicle pursuit incidents: 2

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COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING

BUREAU

MAJOR JOSE VARGAS The Community Oriented Policing Bureau’s (COPB) primary function is road patrol, which is under the leadership of Major Jose Vargas. COPB provides quality law enforcement services including responding to emergency calls. The Bureau is committed to preventing and reducing crime through a variety of proactive problem-solving initiatives. Within the Bureau, there are specialized units and divisions such as: Community Resource Unit, Community Service Aides, Canine (K-9), Field Training Program, Field Force and Honor Guard. COMMUNITY RESOURCE UNIT The Community Resource Unit is managed by one sergeant and is comprised of eight Community Resource Officers. The unit is responsible for responding to community needs, evaluating the effectiveness of community programs, crime prevention activities, community concerns, community activities, meetings, presentations, and attending special events. This unit is tireless in its efforts to be innovative and dedicated to our community. During 2019, the Community Resource Unit hosted or participated in, and developed a multitude of community programs such as Tea Time, Seniors and Law Enforcement Together, and many other programs designed to build bridges into the community. COMMUNITY SERVICE AIDES The Community Service Aides provided an invaluable level of support to the sworn members of the Miramar Police Department. This unit is comprised of 16 Community Service Aides. The unit responds to traffic complaints and offers assistance, as requested, by officers and immediate supervisors. They write offense and property reports as reported by citizens, and they provide court testimony when needed. The Community Service Aides also provide service to the Records Unit where they provide weekly delivery of correspondence to and from the South Satellite Courthouse and Broward County’s Main Courthouse. Community Service Aides are assigned to the Miramar Police 12

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Department’s front desk and Town Center’s front lobby/information desk. The unit also supports other units by providing coverage to communications personnel and serving as the primary investigators on traffic crashes. They provide traffic control whenever possible and enforce parking regulations. Additionally, the Community Service Aides also volunteered at various community events throughout the city. These individuals in the unit accumulated some truly impressive statistics. Throughout the course of the year, the unit responded to 4,683 calls for service, issued 1,308 traffic citations, completed 1,860 offense incident reports, handled 1,498 crash reports, and processed countless crime scenes. CANINE (K-9) UNIT The K-9 unit is a specialized group of law enforcement officers who train dogs to perform the responsibilities of a police officer. In addition to their usual duties, each K-9 officer trains his/her K-9 partner in narcotic or explosive detection and apprehension. Some of the unit’s accomplishments in 2019 are as follows: • •

• • •

Developed a focused and accountable training methodology that exceeds industry and FDLE training requirements. Replaced and renewed necessary training materials. Four Canine teams completed their annual FDLE/MPD evaluation requirements. Two Canine teams completed their annual explosive detection re-certification and one team completed its annual narcotics detection re-certification. Hosted explosive detection training for neighboring K-9 units. Recruited and certified three additional canine decoys. The unit conducted two joint training sessions with Miramar SWAT.


The unit also had the opportunity to provide the following K-9 demonstrations as a public service: • • • • • • •

16 Career Day demonstrations for local schools 5 Community Events 2 Citizen's Police Academies Participated and provided a demonstration for National Night Out Provided narcotics detection to the Joint DUI Checkpoint Conducted 10 K-9 searches resulting in 5 arrests Provided explosive detection assistance to special events such as the Homestead NASCAR race and Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

FIELD TRAINING PROGRAM The Miramar Police Department, in keeping with community expectations for professional police services, has an established Field Training Officer Program. The purpose of the Miramar Police Department Field Training Officer Program is to prepare officers and community service aides in training to perform essential duties and to enhance the professionalism of the patrol division through continuous quality improvement. In 2019, the department was honored to train a total of thirteen officers and three community service aides through the Field Training Program.

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in the community

2019

National Night Out Against Crime This annual event is a unique crime prevention campaign that includes local businesses, residents, and the Miramar Police Department. The event generates support for anti-crime programs and aims to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. The department collaborated with communities throughout Miramar to bring these events to residents throughout the city. Shop with a Cop The Miramar Police Department paired 50 deserving elementary-aged children with officers to shop at Walmart. The officers volunteered their time to bring holiday joy to children from families in need throughout Miramar. Operation Blue Squad Over 2,500 toys were collected for “Operation Blue Squad." These toys were generously donated by Sunbeam Properties through its annual toy drive, Polar Express. This partnership allowed the Miramar Police Department to bring joy to over 800 children throughout Miramar. Toys were delivered to local, underserved neighborhoods, a school for students with intellectual, behavioral or emotional disabilities, and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital The Miramar Police Department looks forward to the annual Christmas Eve visit to Joe DiMaggio’s Children’s Hospital. This event allows officers to volunteer on Christmas Eve by giving out toys to children who are in the hospital. It is a favorite for all of those involved. The program was funded by toys donated from Sunbeam and the Miramar Park of Commerce’s Polar Express. Citizens’ Police Academy The Citizens’ Police Academy is a free 14-week course that educates citizens on the basics of the law enforcement profession. Some of the topics include how investigations are completed, crime scene procedures, traffic stops, and scenario based “Shoot, Don’t Shoot." With the Training Unit’s assistance, students were 14

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placed in the role of the police officer making a traffic stop, as well as responding to a domestic violence call. The classes were an overwhelming success. The Citizens’ Police Academy had 44 graduates in 2019. Crime Prevention Academy for Businesses The Miramar Police Department continued to provide the Crime Prevention Academy for Businesses in 2019. Twenty-three business owners/ operators, interested in learning more about ways to protect their businesses, participated in the four-week academy. Instructors represented various organizations including the Miramar Police Department, the Miramar Fire Department, Secret Service, Convergent Technologie,s and the US Postal Service. Classes included Suspicious Packages, Cyber Crime, Mail Fraud, Physical and Commercial Security, and Run/Hide/Fight. Hispanic Outreach Law Enforcement Academy (HOLA.) The Miramar Police Department offers a Hispanic Outreach Law Enforcement Academy (¡HOLA!).

Miramar residents interested in learning more about the Miramar Police Department and the field of law enforcement, participate in this free sevenweek academy held entirely in Spanish. Certified bilingual instructors provided citizens with a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of the police department. Class topics include: Traffic, PRIME, K-9, Community Resource Unit “Shoot, Don’t Shoot” Scenarios, and Self-Defense. Twentytwo residents graduated from ¡HOLA! this year. ‘Fishing For Futures’ This mentoring program staffed by police officers aims to offer local children productive and positive ways to spend their time while teaching them respect for themselves, others, and the outdoors. Through time spent fishing, the officers have an opportunity to connect with the children and offer them positive role models, unique memories, and to see police officers in a positive light.

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in the community

2019

Coffee With A Cop Residents and the Miramar Police Department join for coffee and conversation, while supporting local businesses. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in the neighborhood. Cone With A Cop Parents and children join the Miramar Police Department, in the simple joy of an ice cream cone, to educate our children on safety tips in various circumstances. Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (SALT) The Miramar Police Department’s SALT program is designed to bridge the gap between senior citizens and law enforcement. The program joins seniors and law enforcement to address issues and concerns that involve crime prevention and safety issues that affect senior citizens. The ultimate goal of the program is to make seniors aware of the crimes that they could become victims of. The Miramar Police Department joined Broward TRIAD, an organization that brings together the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the Broward County Chiefs of Police, and seniors in the community. Battle of the Badges The Battle of the Badges is a police vs. fire charity softball event that raises funds for autism awareness and promotes autism acceptance, drawing attention to the tens of thousands facing a diagnosis each year. This was the third consecutive year that the family fun-filled day was able to raise thousands of dollars benefitting Autism Speaks.

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Hoops 4 Hope The fourth annual Hoops 4 Hope 3-on-3 basketball tournament was held at the Youth Enrichment Center, with the support of the community. It was an amazing opportunity to expose over 100 students and adults to educational resources in the community. Four 12th grade students were awarded $1,000 college scholarships towards a college of their choice. Many local colleges attended the college fair and provided resources and information pertaining to their institutions. Tea Time Tea Time is a community program that gives women an open forum to discuss self-awareness and safety tips while engaging with neighbors and officers in their community.

Bike Helmet Giveaway The department received a grant that allowed bike helmets to be professionally fitted and given out to hundreds of men, women, and children throughout the city. With bike safety a real priority, these helmets were distributed free of charge at a variety of community events. Movember In the month of November, the Community Resource Officers started a men’s health awareness campaign in the City of Miramar by partnering with the Movember Foundation. Movember focuses on men’s health in the areas of mental health, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide awareness. The CRO Unit raised money from donations and provided it to the Movember Foundation for continued research and awareness.

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Executive Services

BUREAU

The newly created Executive Services Bureau is directed by Major Shalida Smith and exists to support the department’s commitment to quality law enforcement as it relates to Personnel and Recruitment, Human Resources, Public Affairs, Grants, Accreditation, Emergency Management, Volunteers, and Code Compliance.

MAJOR SHALIDA SMITH

Personnel and Recruitment The Personnel and Recruitment Unit processed 37 applicants for the position of police officer over the 12-month period. Detectives in the unit continue to make efforts in recruiting by attending criminal justice training & testing sessions, local job fairs, and speaking engagements at the Broward College Academy and Miami-Dade Police Academy. In addition to the increased number of law enforcement personnel that were added to the agency, there were a number of support positions filled in 2019. The agency hired one Victim Advocate, seven Community Service Aides, three Police Administrative Tech II, one Fiscal Property Management Clerk, one Fiscal Property Clerk, two Code Compliance Officers, one Communications Officer, and two Admin Coordinators. Public Affairs Unit The Public Affairs Unit is active in the community providing trainings and educational awareness for both citizens and local businesses, which include a wide variety of citizen's police academies designed to meet the differing needs of the community. Residential Security Surveys – Residential security surveys are provided to the community, free of charge. The survey identifies vulnerable areas in the home and suggestions are made to improve the home’s security. Commercial Security Surveys – Commercial security surveys are provided to the business community, free of charge. The survey identifies vulnerable areas in the business and suggestions are made to improve the business's security. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) – CPTED is a multidisciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design. CPTED strategies rely upon the ability to influence offender decisions that precede criminal acts. The Public Affairs Unit taught a CPTED and Commercial Security class to the Crime Prevention Academy for Businesses.

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GRANTS MANAGEMENT AND ACCREDITATION UNIT The Grants Management and Accreditation Unit is responsible for a variety of areas including accreditation, policies and procedures, city commission agenda items, grant writing and management, and purchases related to all police department grants and Law Enforcement Trust Funds. The Department is committed to providing the most professional law enforcement services available and is therefore dedicated to both state and national accreditation. With only about 3% of the nation’s law enforcement agencies being nationally accredited, this honor is of the utmost importance and is integral to the department’s ability to be a progressive law enforcement agency. The Miramar Police Department has held its national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) for over 24 years. The Accreditation Unit is also responsible for all areas related to state accreditation through the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA), which the department has successfully maintained since 1998. In 2019, the Department was proud to have received hundreds of thousands of grant funds from the following agencies: Florida Office of the Attorney General, Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Institute of Police Technology and Management, Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Justice Assistance and Department of Justice. Emergency Management Unit The Emergency Management Unit performs emergency planning work to facilitate and enhance the department’s ability to prepare and to respond to natural disasters and other types of emergencies. Responsibilities of the unit also include coordinating disaster preparedness training and liaison activities with local, state, and federal partners. Major accomplishments for the unit in 2019 include: ·T  he unit hosted over 30 first responder training courses in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security. ·T  he unit represented the department at the Southeast Florida Regional Domestic Security Task Force. ·U  nit staff attended numerous emergency management-related training courses. Volunteer program In 2019, volunteers provided over 6,200 hours of service to the police department. These hours were generated by more than 33 volunteers, which included the processing of 1,477 fingerprint cards for the general public. The volunteers also worked in various units throughout the department including Code Compliance, front desk, Property & Evidence, Crime Scene Unit, Citizens on Patrol, fingerprinting, Fiscal/ Property and other units, as needed. This partnership with the community saves the City tens of thousands of dollars a year in staffing hours and is a huge asset to both taxpayers and the police department. CODE COMPLIANCE DIVISION The mission of the Code Compliance Division is to promote and maintain a safe and desirable living/working environment. The division helps maintain and improve health, safety, and the quality of life in our community by administering fair and unbiased enforcement programs. The division ensures that violations of municipal codes are in compliance with the city’s ordinances. The code compliance officers also work with residents, neighborhood associations, public service agencies, and other city departments to facilitate voluntary compliance with city laws and codes. The division empowers community self-help programs, develops public outreach programs, and establishes community priorities for enforcement programs. Additionally, the division provides volunteer community support, assists the elderly, and helps residents that lack the necessary resources to correct code related violations as stipulated in the city’s codes and ordinances. There were 21 Special Magistrate Hearings for calendar year 2019. This resulted in 778 cases being presented. Of the total cases, 17% complied prior to the Special Magistrate’s Hearings, 37% of the cases were adjudicated and were given additional time to comply, 17% had additional fines imposed. During the year, 56 mitigations were executed for calendar year 2019, 2,826 Lien Certification Requests were processed for fiscal year 2019, which includes statistics from October 2018 through November 2019. In all, 5,075 Code Compliance actions were executed for the calendar year.

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Support Services

BUREAU The Support Services Bureau, managed by Commander Carlette Dubuisson, provides administrative and operational support to the department. The Bureau is responsible for Crime Analysis, Records, Communications, Fiscal Property, Logistics/Fleet, Technology Research, and Planning.

COMMANDER CARLETTE DUBUISSON

CRIME ANALYSIS The Crime Analysis and Planning Unit performed emergency planning, tactical, strategic, and administrative analysis for various units throughout the police department. The unit assisted Criminal Investigations Division and PRIME with various investigations by providing intelligence and crime pattern information. During 2019, the unit completed the following:

CRIME ANALYSIS WEEKLY CRIME REPORTS

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PUBLIC QUERY reports

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INFORMATION-BASED POLICING (IBP) DEPARTMENTAL RESEARCH/ANALYSIS PROJECTS OTHER AGENCY RESEARCH/ANALYSIS

11 421 114

PROJECTS ORIGINAL FLYERS

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INTELLIGENCE MEETINGS

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RECORDS UNIT The Records Unit is responsible for the collection and distribution of police reports, accident reports, and other documents generated by the Miramar Police Department. On a daily basis, Records personnel assist dozens of citizens, police officers, state attorneys, and the courts with their requests via phone, email, fax, and walk-ins. The Unit collects all monies paid for public records requests, background checks, photographs, police, and accident reports.

RECORDS UNIT 2019 Calls for Service

77,662

Incidents/FIELD INTERVIEWS/K-9

16,246

reports entered Crashes entered

3,410

Citations entered

25,916

As part of the Records Unit, the Court Liaisons accept and serve subpoenas, collect and distribute arrest packets to the appropriate courts, and transmit traffic citations to the state, as well as serve as a connecting link between the State Attorneys and officers. The Records supervisor also compiles and reports the city’s crime information to FDLE for inclusion in the FBI’s annual report of “Crime in the United States.” In 2019, the Records Unit proudly welcomed three new team members to the unit. The Unit serviced over 5,871 requests for copies of police reports, collected $14,124.24 in fees, accepted and processed 8,952 subpoenas, and transcribed 1,265 statements.

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COMMUNICATIONS UNIT The Communications Unit fields calls from citizens requesting non-emergency assistance or general information. It is the primary answering point for the city’s emergency operations. The Communications Unit works closely with the Community Oriented Policing Bureau and the Special Operations Bureau providing 24/7 assistance and support including vital real-time information on vehicles, drivers, backgrounds, weapons and other information, as requested.

COMMUNICATIONS UNIT 2019 Teletype entries/cancellations FCIC/NCIC certifications Incoming calls

1,559 145 53,690

FISCAL/PROPERTY UNIT The Fiscal/Property Unit is responsible for the fiscal operations of the police department. This involves procuring goods and services for the department, preparing and maintaining the budget, and processing payments to the vendors for goods and services. The Fiscal/Property Unit processes the payroll for the department via timekeeping software and manages off-duty details. The Fiscal/Property Unit also serves as the quartermaster for the police department, issuing physical property such as uniforms, equipment, and supplies as needed. LOGISTICS/FLEET The Logistics/Fleet Unit manages the maintenance of the department’s fleet of vehicles, as well as the three buildings department staff occupy. The unit conducts meetings with vendors to determine the appropriate goods and services needed to ensure smooth operations of the department’s fleet and buildings.

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SPECIAL OPERATIONS

BUREAU MAJOR JAMES DUNKELBERGER The Special Operations Bureau, managed by Major James Dunkelberger, supports the department’s mission and goals through specialized support to the uniformed services of the department’s Community Oriented Policing Bureau. The Special Operations Bureau consists of the Criminal Investigations Division and Special Operations. This includes the Criminal Investigations Division, Youth Services, Police Explorers, Traffic Unit, Hostage Negotiations Team, Property and Evidence, Victims Services, Burglary Task Force, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), P.R.I.M.E. Unit, Dive Team, Training Unit, and the Crime Scene Unit. GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT The General Investigative Unit (GIU) investigates residential and vehicle burglaries, thefts, criminal mischief, arson, and at times robberies. During 2019, the unit was assigned 645 cases to investigate, cleared 72 cases by arrest and completed 10 search warrants, 11 arrest warrants, and 18 subpoenas. Detectives were assigned a theft case where the victim’s $3,000 bicycle was stolen. Detectives were notified that the bicycle was listed for sale on "OfferUp." Detectives, acting as potential buyers, made arrangements to meet with the suspect in order to "purchase the bicycle." The suspect was taken into custody. Detectives collaborated with several law enforcement agencies in order to identify and locate a serial burglary and robbery suspect. The suspect was responsible for 14 business burglaries and 2 armed robberies throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, to include a Subway business in Miramar. The suspect was apprehended by detectives. Detectives were assigned multiple Carjacking and Armed-Robbery cases that occurred in a Miramar community. Five suspects were identified by officers. The one female suspect conspired with the other suspects to rob several victims by luring them to a location via social media. After obtaining a confession from the female suspect, detectives were able to identify the four additional suspects, which were all taken into custody. SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT The Special Victims Unit investigates crimes alleging child abuse, child neglect, elderly abuse, sex crimes and missing person cases. Detectives are also members of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) and receive additional cases/tips regarding sexual abuse of children. Detectives responded to a threat assessment at a local elementary school in reference to an anonymous threat that was left in the Assistant Principal’s mailbox. Detectives located the student, which allowed the school to deal with it administratively. ECONOMIC CRIMES UNIT The Economic Crimes Unit investigates fraud, identity theft, and motor vehicle theft. During 2019, the unit was assigned 252 cases to investigate that resulted 37 cases cleared by arrest, obtained 12 search warrants, and served 187 subpoenas. Detectives recovered approximately 33 stolen cars with altered VIN’s whose value is estimated at approximately $1.4 million. Detectives investigated and arrested an offender for elderly exploitation of a disabled Miramar veteran. The offender stole over $170,000 from the victim after fraudulently becoming the victim’s power of attorney and taking over his bank accounts and investments. Additionally, detectives investigated several cases, where unlicensed contractors agreed to complete renovations, received down payments from Miramar homeowners for the work, and then never started the job. In all cases, the unlicensed contractors were arrested for defrauding Miramar residents out of a total $17,500.

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HOMICIDE UNIT The Homicide Unit investigates homicides, unattended deaths, suicides, drownings, domestic assaults, aggravated assaults, and violations of restraining orders. The Homicide Unit was assigned 588 cases, cleared 139 cases by arrest, obtained 83 search warrants, 17 arrest warrants and 67 subpoenas. Detectives in the Homicide Unit were recognized as the first police department in Broward County to investigate an overdose death and successfully indict a drug dealer for first degree murder, after selling fentanyl to an adult victim. youth services/STUDENT RESOURCE OFFICER UNIT The commitment to the youth of the community is clearly demonstrated by providing a student resource officer in each and every public and charter school within the city, serving a total of 18,079 children. Officers support a safe and secure school environment while delivering a variety of services. Some benefits include providing guidance and mentoring to faculty, parents, and other persons associated with school safety operations. Further, officers are proactive in teaching a curriculum that includes anti-bullying, bicycle safety, peer pressure, gang awareness, gun safety, stranger danger, and drug awareness. In 2019, officers participated in hundreds of “at-risk� youth counseling sessions, faculty/PTA meetings, and parent conferences. SROs made 87 arrests, issued 500 citations, and handled 2,988 calls for service. SROs assisted with school safety through preparedness exercises and consulted with school administrators with plans for fire drills, including variables within these drills such as missing students and blocked hallways. SROs proved to be an essential part of school safety. This level of officer presence provides the students an unmatched resource through the connection with the SROs and needed services. POLICE EXPLORERS Miramar Police Explorer Post #747 conducted weekly training meetings throughout the year for its 20 members. The explorers were taught police skills to include how to: conduct building searches, handle domestic violence calls, and deal with those suffering from mental illness. They also received additional training at the Broward Explorer Academy. The explorers had the opportunity to show off their knowledge at local and state competitions, where they placed 2nd overall. This year, they competed at the Learning for Life Competition, FAPE Delegates Competition, FAPE State Competition, and the 2019 Broward Competition where they received First Place Overall.

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TRAFFIC safety UNIT The primary goal of the Traffic Safety Unit is to promote the safe and expeditious flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic within the city. This is accomplished by fair and consistent enforcement of state and local traffic laws, educating the public and traffic engineering. The Traffic Safety Unit participated in several events including: The Tour De Broward, The Toy Run, Arrive Alive Campaign, National DUI Campaign, Dolphins Challenge, and multiple traffic enforcement operations. 2019 STATISTICAL DATA CITATIONS

4,488

WARNINGS

3,855

CRASH INVESTIGATIONS

185

ARRESTS

8

FELONY CHARGES

6

MISDEMEANOR CHARGES

3

DUI ARRESTS

16

HIT AND RUN INVESTIGATIONS TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATIONS

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HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS TEAM The Hostage Negotiations Team is comprised of personnel who have been trained to peacefully resolve crisis situations through the use of negotiation/communication strategies. Successful negotiations result in the peaceful surrender of the subject in crisis, with minimal to no injury to hostages, officers, or the subject. The team works in coordination with the SWAT Team to accomplish this goal.

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PROPERTY and EVIDENCE UNIT The Property and Evidence Unit is responsible for the storage of all impounded property and evidence submitted by department personnel. Throughout 2019, the Unit prepared for a move from a converted warehouse space to a state of the art facility designed specifically for the safekeeping of property and evidence in a law enforcement setting. A dedicated effort has been made to purge unnecessary items to create additional space in anticipation of the move to the new facility in 2020. Additionally, the unit has worked tirelessly in the following efforts: Personnel entered 4,003 items into various record management and evidence tracking software, 838 items were returned to their rightful owners. In a purge of general property and evidence, 10,730 items were destroyed of which 182 firearms were surrendered to the Broward Sheriff’s Office for destruction; 3,852 rounds of miscellaneous ammunition were surrendered to the Bureau of Fire & Arson Investigation Division of the State Fire Marshal's Office and the Broward Sheriff’s Office. In the destruction were miscellaneous ammunition; 400 Sims FX-.38C; 200 CS/ OC sprays and 34 Tasers. The police online auction company, PropertyRoom.com, was provided 64 items to be auctioned to the public. A scale was donated to the K-9 Unit to ensure compliance with best practices to ensure accountability. Forfeited cash in the amount of $7,917 was deposited into the confiscated monies Law Enforcement Trust Fund Account. VICTIMS services UNIT In 2019, the Victim Services Unit served 1,591 victims, including providing intervention and preventative services. Further, the unit raised awareness on crime victimization and trauma in the community; including providing education on victims’ rights, special topics relating to victimization and trauma, and community resources. This was accomplished through creating information and resource displays, supporting proclamations promoting victim rights, facilitating presentations within the city, and utilizing social media for outreach. The unit also participated in county-wide awareness events such as vigils, trainings, and other related events. Furthermore, the Victim Services Unit engaged in various mentorship programs as part of a prevention effort with adolescents. The Unit represents the department on various boards and organizations relating to crime victimization. Lastly, a student intern volunteered in the Victim Services Unit, providing 695 service hours to the City of Miramar for the year. BURGLARY TASK FORCE The Burglary Task Force is integral to the Department’s mission because of the impact of this type of crime and how it affects the quality of life for businesses and individuals. Because of the agency’s commitment to a proactive burglary task force, Miramar has seen a consistent decrease in burglary related crime. In fact, residential burglaries continue to decrease year after year. In 2018, there was a 12% decrease. Yet still, the hard work of these men and women led to an additional 15% decrease in 2019. The teamwork and capacity for crossover among multiple units is just one of the many attributes of the Miramar Police Department that allows this community to be safer and safer year after year. SWAT TEAM In all critical situations, the protection of human life is the Miramar Police Department’s top priority. Whenever possible, the department will attempt to resolve critical situations through communication and negotiation. However, the department recognizes that the protection of human life also requires operational development, readiness, and the ability to respond to critical situations accordingly. The mission of our SWAT Team is to provide a highly trained and skilled special weapons and tactical team as an additional resource for responding to and handling critical situations (e.g., barricaded subjects, hostage situations, snipers, terrorist acts, suicide resolutions, high-risk searches, arrest warrants, dignitary protection, and any other unusual crisis situation). This year the Miramar SWAT Team served four search warrants and three call-outs for barricaded subjects. The Swat Team conducted 26 training sessions.

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PRIME UNIT The Preventing Repeat Incarceration through Monitoring and Enforcement (PRIME) Unit focuses its resources on juveniles and adults who are identified as repeat offenders. The unit works in conjunction with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the Florida Department of Probation and Parole, the Broward State Attorney’s Office, and the judiciaries. This highly successful program has already been recognized by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation and other entities as an exemplary program. PRIME Unit functions include: analyzing, tracking, and apprehending habitual offenders who reside in Miramar. The detectives in the unit conduct home visits on offenders in Miramar who are on probationary status. They attend and provide input at judicial proceedings for both juveniles and adults, as well as facilitate weekly meetings with the parents/guardians of juvenile offenders to monitor their progress and behavior in school and at home. The PRIME detectives conduct warrant and probationary sweeps for Miramar offenders, and provide assistance to the Criminal Investigations Division and Strategic Investigations Unit with regards to violent crimes and gang related activities, as well as provide support to the Community Oriented Policing Bureau to address crime trends as they develop. The PRIME Unit also conducts a robbery prevention operation on a yearly basis during the month of December. This operation covers the main shopping plazas and thoroughfares within the City of Miramar. During the 2019 robbery prevention operation, there were no robberies reported.

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PRIME PROGRAM 2019 ANNUAL STATISTICS P.R.I.M.E. JUVENILES MONITORED AVERAGE NUMBER OF JUVENILES MONITORED PER MONTH

32

TOTAL NUMBER OF JUVENILE CHECKS CONDUCTED

188

P.R.I.M.E. JUVENILE RE-ARRESTS

2018

2019

VIOLATION OF PROBATION (VOP)

6

4

FELONY NEW CHARGES

12

13

MISDEMEANOR NEW CHARGES

2

10

20

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P.R.I.M.E. JUVENILE RECIDIVISM RATE COMPARISON

2018

2019

% OF JUVENILES RE-ARRESTED

22%

29%

% OF RE-ARRESTS FOR NEW CHARGES

70%

85%

% OF RE-ARRESTS FOR VOP

30%

15%

Total Re-arrests

P.R.I.M.E. JUVENILE JUDICIAL PLACEMENTS

2019

HOME DETENTION

7

ELECTRONIC MONITORING

0

NON-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM

0

RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM

2

DIRECT-FILED AS ADULT

2

Total Placements

11

JUVENILE OUTREACH/COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENTS COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENTS

4

COURT APPEARANCES

45

P.R.I.M.E. UNIT ARRESTS FELONY

54

MISDEMEANOR

65

WARRANT/CAPIAS

21

Total Unit Arrests

140

P.R.I.M.E. UNIT SEIZURES AND RECOVERIES Narcotics Seized MARIJUANA

640 G

CRACK/COCAINE

0

OTHER DRUGS

4.8G

Total Seized

644.8 g

FIREARMS

11

STOLEN VEHICLES RECOVERED

22

STOLEN TAGS RECOVERED

15

OPERATIONS/PROBATION SWEEPS CRIME SUPPRESSION OPERATIONS

50

PROBATION SWEEPS

3

Total Operations/Probation Sweeps

53

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DIVE TEAM During the course of the year, the Miramar Police Dive Team conducted 10 training sessions. Training sessions involved underwater crime scene preservation, search patterns, emergency drills, blacked-out exercises, general safety skills, and diver emergency rescue. The Dive Team was utilized in the recovery of two deceased bodies and one weapon/article search. TRAINING UNIT The Miramar Training Unit is dedicated to developing the skills, knowledge, and service delivery of sworn and civilian employees. They provide comprehensive training to ensure our citizens are provided quality public safety services while being treated with professionalism, dignity, and respect. The unit facilitates advanced career training both inhouse and outside training opportunities. In 2019, the Training Unit processed 371 training requests for outside training. This translates into approximately 9,288 hours of career development training received by personnel during the year. In addition to in-house training on the department’s range, the Training Unit conducted the following trainings: 34 annual in-service training blocks • 6,700 total hours of training provided 6 new hire in-service training blocks • 16 sworn new hires • 1,080 total hours of training 2 new sergeant training sessions • 4 sergeants trained • 320 total hours of training

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2 TASER 7 transition courses • 128 officers trained • 640 total hours of training 2 Basic Patrol Rifle courses • 12 officers trained • 96 total hours of training 3 CPR/BLS Training sessions for civilian employees • 20 civilian employees trained • 40 hours of training Glock Gen 5 Transition • 213 officers transitioned to Glock Gen 5 platform • 426 total hours of training The Training Unit conducted, facilitated or hosted the following training/courses: • 12 Run/Hide/Fight presentations to city businesses and city employees • 9 Citizen's Police Academy sessions • 9 VIED UASI funded courses • 1 KAPOW visit POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE (PAL) The Miramar Police Athletic League’s (PAL) mission is to build character and self-esteem in the community’s youth. PAL has been developing youth leaders through community partnerships that foster effective mentoring, tutoring and coaching since 1989. Some of the ways in which this is accomplished is through team building and athletic opportunities. In 2019, 900 children participated in the basketball league and over 1,000 participated in the soccer leagues throughout the city. The leagues pride themselves in being more than just athletics, but also an opportunity to offer positive physical


and mental wellness activities for the city’s youth. They also ran two indoor soccer sessions at Sunset Lakes Community Center, with 300 kids per session. The PAL mentoring program is also an ongoing success. The program has proven to be effective and currently has approximately 40 mentors actively participating. PAL partners up with student resource officers and provides after school sports related activities. This program was designed to encourage a positive fun filled bond between SROs and fifth grade students from eleven elementary schools within the city. The program offers kickball and football as the primary activities to approximately 385 children. The Miramar Police Department partnered with the Miramar Police Athletic League (PAL) to raise funds for PAL’s programs. PAL provides year-round educational and athletic youth related activities to youth between the ages of 3 and 17 years old and their families. Miramar PAL’s 2019 Charity Golf Tournament was a huge success. It raised more than $20,000 to help families with limited ability to afford the costs related to youth sports.

CrIME SCENE UNIT During the year the Miramar Crime Scene Unit processed 319 crime scenes, achieved 17 latent fingerprint hits, and 17 DNA hits. The unit obtained NIBIN hits and glass trace evidence hits on homicide cases. The Crime Scene Unit presented crime scene classes for numerous schools throughout the City of Miramar, KAPOW, the Citizen's Police Academy, and the Miramar High School Criminal Justice Program. The unit assisted the Criminal Investigations Division with test firing over 200 firearms for the BrassTrax examination of spent casings to be examined by the Broward Sheriff’s Office prior to destruction. The unit assisted with the Gun Buyback events and the Property & Evidence Unit annual audit, purge review and the gun destruction at the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The crime scene technicians attended various forensic training sessions throughout the year. The unit also trained with the Broward County Crime Scene Unit specialized training group with all the other local Broward County Police Department Crime Scene Units. Two crime scene technicians obtained their Crime Scene Investigators certification with the International Association for Identification. The unit’s supervisor obtained his FAA Remote Pilot license to be a certified drone pilot. The Crime Scene Unit photographed the swearing-in of new police officers, promotion and award ceremonies and all new hires. The unit also photographed numerous special events throughout the year and over the holiday period.

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awards 2019

OFFICER OF THE YEAR MICHAEL BOURST

EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR MONA ISAAC

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR MARY ANN BURKE

AARP AIDE OF THE YEAR BARBARA WALLACEMORRISON

MIRAMAR POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICER/EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR Officer of the Year 2019.......................................................................Officer Michael Bourst Employee of the Year 2019..................................................................Manager Mona Isaac

EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER

Employee of the Quarter Jan - March................................................Crime Scene Technician Morgan Currie Employee of the Quarter April - June................................................Division Manager Mona Isaac Employee of the Quarter July - September.......................................Public Information Officer Tania Rues Employee of the Quarter October - December.................................Volunteer Coordinator Alma Felix

OFFICER OF THE QUARTER

Officer of the Quarter Jan - March.....................................................Detective Jared Bloom Officer of the Quarter April - June.....................................................Officer Devarious Holloway Officer of the Quarter July - September............................................Detective Pedro Interian Officer of the Quarter October - December......................................Detective Brad Sriro

MIRAMAR PD AWARDS

Unit Citation August 21, 2019.............................................................PRIME Unit Unit Citation October - December 2019............................................Training Unit Administrative Excellence Award April 3, 2019.................................Division Manager Noel Alvarez Distinguished Service Award April 3, 2019.......................................Sergeant Oscar Mendoza Patrol Excellence Award 2019.............................................................Officer Joshua Reynolds Patrol Excellence Award 2019.............................................................Officer Christopher Isenberg Patrol Excellence Award 2019.............................................................Officer Wayne Lloyd Life Saving Award October 2, 2019...................................................Officer Michael Carelli Life Saving Award October 2, 2019...................................................Officer Brandon DeJesus Life Saving Award October 2, 2019...................................................Officer Jehud Presume Life Saving Award October 2, 2019...................................................Officer Frank Del Gaudio Life Saving Award October - December 2019..................................Officer Patrick Murphy Life Saving Award October - December 2019..................................Officer Jordan Denis Life Saving Award October - December 2019..................................Officer Kristina Luna Excellent Police Service Award August 21, 2019...............................Training Unit

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Excellent Police Service Award October 2, 2019..............................Officer Bosco Neuhaus Excellent Police Service Award October - December 2019.............Criminal Investigations Division Volunteer of the Year 2019..................................................................Mary Ann Burke AARP Aide of the Year 2019.............................................................Barbara Wallace-Morrison Leadership Achievement Award..........................................................Chaplain Mark Hattabaugh

AWARDS FROM OTHER AGENCIES

BDVC Victim Advocate Professional of the Year 2019....................Victim Advocate Bridget Schneiderman - Tuttle BCAC Tribute to Bravery for Outstanding Service...........................Officer Ernest Woods FISA Officer of the Year Award - Florida Region.............................Officer Jason Fox NDYFC Outstanding Women in Law Enforcement 2019................Commander Carlette Dubuisson Generational Cure GLO Award 2019.................................................Officer Lashay Singletary Generational Cure GLO Award 2019.................................................Officer Jasper Sejour MADD Outstanding Dedication to DUI Enforcement 2019...........Officer Kristina Luna

LONGEVITY AWARDS

Longevity Award 25 years Feb 6, 2019.............................Chief Dexter Williams Longevity Award 25 years Feb 6, 2019.............................Sergeant Peter Bermudez Longevity Award 25 years Feb 6, 2019.............................Officer Seth Schaller Longevity Award 25 years April 3, 2019...........................Officer Willie Jones Longevity Award 25 years August 21, 2019......................Sergeant Jeffrey Armiento Longevity Award 25 years August 21, 2019......................Officer Phillip Lanoue Longevity Award 20 years August 21, 2019.....................Police Administrative Tech II Lisa Ford Longevity Award 20 years August 21, 2019.....................Code Compliance Supervisor Gene Samuels Longevity Award 20 years August 21, 2019.....................Administrative Coordinator Nadja Vernon

RETIREMENTS

Detective Michael Adcock Code Compliance Officer Casper Mannix Officer William Trimpler Officer Jonathan Black Code Compliance Manager Willie Johnson

PROMOTIONS

Sergeant Edgar Gallardo Sergeant Jason Sorrell Sergeant Mark D’Angelo Sergeant Michael Black Fiscal Property Supervisor Tonia M. Thompson

NEW OFFICERS

Officer Jacob Bogus Officer Christopher Anca Officer Richard Del Gaudio Officer Giancarlo Rodriguez Officer William Malave Officer Joshua Gabriel Officer Jorge Miro

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