Maroof at Stanbrooks Law

first_img Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, February 10, 2017 – In our report yesterday on the bail denial of Kirshna Penn in connection with the Kevino Smith killing from 2015, we said that attorney, Laura Maroof was at F Chambers Law firm; we correct that she is actually at the new Stanbrook’s Law firm, we do apologize Ms Maroof.  She is the attorney representing Penn in the murder case which returns to court for a Sufficiency Hearing on April 7.#MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Related Items:#magneticmedianews ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDTlast_img read more

Mayor Kevin Faulconer names David Nisleit as San Diegos next Chief of

first_img KUSI Newsroom February 1, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — David Nisleit, a three-decade veteran of the San Diego Police Department, was named today by Mayor Kevin Faulconer as the next chief of the city’s law enforcement agency.Nisleit, 52, currently one of the department’s assistant chiefs, was tapped to succeed Chief Shelley Zimmerman. Nisleit’s appointment must be approved by the full City Council at a yet-to-be scheduled meeting that Faulconer said he expects in the coming weeks.KUSI’s Sasha Foo spoke with Chief Nisleit shortly after Faulconer’s announcement. See what he had to say below.Zimmerman, who has served in the top post for four years and has been with the department for 35 years, is set to step down in March.“SDPD is poised to enter a new era of excellence,” Faulconer said in announcing Nisleit’s pending promotion during a late-morning City Hall news conference.Nisleit followed in his father’s footsteps as a longtime member of the SDPD and has served in the agency’s gang, robbery, narcotics, homicide, sex crimes, SWAT, internal affairs and special operations units.During the search for Zimmerman’s successor, city officials solicited citizen input at a half-dozen public hearings and received about 2,000 online surveys from residents.Nisleit “was overwhelmingly the consensus choice of both the community and professional panels” that offered guidance for the mayor’s decision, Faulconer said.Among his priorities is achieving full staffing in the police department by casting a wide net, but focusing on local candidates and continuing to bolster community policing programs, Nisleit said.“With the strength of staffing levels back, we will be able to improve our response times to all calls and continue to reduce our already low crime rate,” Nisleit said. “What I heard loud and clear during the community forums was the community wanted to see increased accountability, continued transparency and a commitment to community policing. I’m proud to say … they have been the core principals that the San Diego Police Department has been know for. It’s my responsibility as your chief to find unique ways to continue building upon these values.”There are currently more than 200 vacant positions in the department, which has not been fully staffed in over a decade.Faulconer, too, named achieving a full roster as one of his goals. He said that an approved new police contract with a competitive pay package, coupled with a national recruitment and marketing effort, will achieve this goal by 2020.Nisleit said he plans to build on the legacy of Zimmerman, whom he considers a mentor and friend.She said Nisleit “is an exceptional, proven leader who has given his all to our department and our city.”Councilman David Alvarez criticized the search process as relying on “secret” panels, a similar stance to that held by Alliance San Diego and the local American Civil Liberties Union branch.Alvarez said he would push for Nisleit to be specific about his plans for the department during the confirmation process.“The San Diego Police Department has fewer officers today than they did when the council confirmed the last police chief (Zimmerman). The failure of leadership has depleted the department,” Alvarez said. “The public needs to hear detailed plans from the chief on how he will address the police department’s staffing crisis. Unlike the secret panels established to conduct the search, the confirmation process for the new chief must be transparent.”A half-dozen finalists from across the country were interviewed by the panels. Their names will not be released to protect their privacy, a spokesman for Faulconer said.Nisleit has a master’s degree in business administration and management from the University of Redlands and completed the FBI’s National Academy. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, president of the San Diego SWAT Officers Association and sits on the Regional Task Force on the Homeless, according to the mayor’s office. Mayor Kevin Faulconer names David Nisleit as San Diego’s next Chief of Police Posted: February 1, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, According to the San Diego Union Tribune, the panel of community leaders was composed of:Laura Baeza, Mid-City Community Advocacy NetworkJaymie Bradford, San Diego Regional Chamber of CommerceJosie Calderon, Mexican American Business and Professional AssociationPeter Callstrom, San Diego Workforce PartnershipRonald Cho, Park and Recreation Board, Asian Pacific Islander AssociationTaura Gentry, Community Review Board on Police PracticesTammy Gillies, Anti-Defamation LeagueStephen Groce, Human Relations CommissionAndy Hanshaw, San Diego County Bicycle CoalitionRodney Hood, Gang Prevention and Intervention CommissionSusan Jester, Citizens Equal Opportunity CommissionMitz Lee, Asian Pacific American CoalitionFernando Lopez, San Diego LGBT PrideCindy Marten, San Diego Unified School DistrictNicole Murray Ramirez, LGBTQ Latino Coalition of San Diego CountyBarry Pollard, Community Advisory Board on Police/Community RelationsRobert Pope, United African American Ministerial Action CouncilJack Schaeffer, San Diego Police Officers AssociationAndrea St. Julian, Earl B. Gilliam Bar AssociationJoe Terzi, San Diego Tourism AuthorityAlonso Vivas, Downtown San Diego PartnershipMichael Zucchet, Municipal Employees Association Updated: 10:42 PM Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Kevin Faulconer, Shelley Zimmerman FacebookTwitterlast_img read more