To dispel some misconceptions of police work, help build a bridge and strengthen the relationship between the Public and Police, we have invited four distinguished officers to the discussion.
Julia Torres, a Gulf War Vet, former undercover cop & author of "Still Standing" and "Bolder & Braver" Worked in Grand Jury cases, extradition, juvenile, and pre-trial. Narcotics, gambling, organized crime, and major crimes in local, state, and federal levels. Retired after twelve years due to a military service-connected injury.
Miami Police Chief Nelson Andreu Sr. Author of a Miami murder mystery novel, "Dead Red" Nelson specializes in death investigations, police related shootings and in-custody deaths, polygraph examination, interviews and interrogations, crime scene investigation, police procedures, and serial killers.
Master Trooper, Lester Burns, retired after a 30 year career with two wars in Iraq as a soldier. Lester Burns responsibilities varied from traffic, vehicular accidents, homicide and fugitive cases. As a trooper, Burns has survived two police shootings
Lieutenant Nitin Daniels, from West New York, NJ. Police Department. Lt. Daniel’s worked patrol, investigations in the detective bureau and supervised units. Daniels was involved in local, state, and federal cases involving narcotics, gambling, and organized crime. Lieutenant Nitin Daniels retired after twenty-five years of service
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