Authored by Frank G. Fernandez
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Featuring a panel of police chiefs and violence prevention experts, this episode of “Standing Our Holy Ground” will explore the efforts that law enforcement officers take to prevent gun violence and illegal firearm possession and the challenges they face legislatively and on the ground.
In this edition of the Security Speaking podcast, three members of the Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response delve into trends, challenges and opportunities revolving around alarm response.
Session 6: How to Create Relationships with Public Safety Organizations, with speaker/panelist Frank Fernandez
Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association members, including Chief Frank Fernandez (retired), invited to attend Initial Planning Conference (IPC) for the DHS Law Enforcement Use of Force Simulation Experiment (SIMEX)
Former Miami and Hollywood Chief of Police Frank Fernandez said this is a defining moment in history, with violence and challenges from the past year culminating to a critical point.
Frank Fernandez, a consultant on police practices for the U.S. Department of Justice, who monitored Wray’s national conference call on Wednesday said the FBI is focusing on coordination nationwide and on making sure that everyone in law enforcement is on the same page.
Expert opinions including that of retired Miami Police Deputy Chief and SWAT Commander Frank Fernandez.
GILEE's (Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange - Georgia State University) fifth one-hour virtual session of the Lunch & Learn Series featuring Frank G. Fernandez (President, Blueprint 4 Safety Strategic Group, and Chief (Ret.), Hollywood, FL), Chief Jason Armstrong (Ferguson Police Department, MO), and Chief Jeff Glazier (Ponce Inlet Police Department, FL).
Unverified alarm notifications are plaguing law-enforcement and other emergency-response agencies nationwide—but a new approach to analyzing them offers a potential solution.
By Frank Fernandez, President of Blueprints 4 Safety (B4S) Strategies Group, and John Chiaramonte, ENP, Consulting Division President of Mission Critical Partners.
Featuring Frank Fernandez, Retired Chief of Police; Chief Julio Yero, Surfside Police Department; Captain John Healy, Surfside Police Department; and Captain Antonio Marciante, Surfside Police Department.
Chief Fernandez joined PPVAR as Vice President to support the enhancement of safety for officers responding to alarm calls as well as providing his years of experience to bring greater awareness to advanced technology that can improve this highly meaningful service that enhances safety for citizens.
Pete Gagliardi and Ray Guidetti's podcast, RF Factor, Episode 12 - Perspectives on Leadership Development. Frank Fernandez, a career law enforcement officer, provides some personal perspectives on how the various leadership roles he’s filled - as Deputy Police Chief, Police Chief, Public Safety Director, and IACP Committee Chairman - affected his leadership style and growth.
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