When:
August 23, 2017 @ 11:30 am – 1:15 pm
2017-08-23T11:30:00-04:00
2017-08-23T13:15:00-04:00
Where:
Trinity International University
3700 Lakeside Dr #200
Miramar, FL 33027
USA
Cost:
25.00
Contact:
Wilson Alvarez
305-386-6165

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SPEAKER: Assistant Chief Dennis Jackson II
Topic: Leadership from a Spiritual Perspective

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OUR BROWARD LOCATION
3700 Lakeside Dr #200
Miramar, FL 33027

The Christian Chamber of Greater Miami (CCOGM.org) is pleased to announce they are expanding into Miramar with their monthly luncheon. The first meeting will be held at 3700 Lakeside Drive, 2nd floor, Miramar, with our hosts Trinity International University.

Speaker: Assistant Chief Dennis Jackson II

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City of Miami Police Department Assistant Chief Dennis M. Jackson II, oversees the largest section of the Police Department. The Field Operations Division, which is responsible for the day to day delivery of a wide range of police services within the City of Miami.   It is comprised of civilians, and uniformed men and women assigned to the Patrol Districts; such as the North, Central, South and Grapeland Substations, and also serves the City’s Neighborhood Enhancement Team (NET) service areas.  The Field Operations Division also governs the specialized units such as Marine Patrol, Mounted Patrol, Traffic Unit (Traffic Enforcement, Red Light Camera, Traffic Homicide, School Crossing Guard Detail, Accident Review Board, Hit and Run Detail, Towing Detail, Staged Crash Detail), Canine Detail, Tactical Robbery Unit, Felony Apprehension Team, Aviation Detail, and Special Threat Response Unit, including SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactical).

The Field Operations Division is also responsible for the COMPSTAT Detail, which coordinates monthly meetings, Bike Detail, Detention Officer Detail, Crisis Intervention Detail, The Public Service Aide Detail, and the Field Training Officer Program.

Assistant Chief Jackson was the former Major, in command of the Community Relations/Public Information Section where he oversaw the Public Information office, Do The Right Thing Program and the Community Relations Unit.  While in command of this section, Assistant Chief Jackson was President of the largest Police Athletic League (P.A.L.) in South Florida, which served thousands of children.  He was also responsible for 22 schools within the City of Miami with placing School Resource Officers in them, to conduct Drug Awareness Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) classes, Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) classes, and well as truancy sweeps which decreased the truancy incidents within the City of Miami.

Assistant Chief Jackson is a proud Alumni of Trinity University where he received a Masters of Arts in Theological Studies in August of 2016.