Katz started his law enforcement career in 1989 as a police cadet with the Plantation Police Department.Chief Katz was eventually hired by Plantation as a Community Service Officer assigned to Communications.She has served as a road patrol officer, field training officer, traffic homicide investigator, detective, public information officer and grants manager.
Her initial assignment was to the Uniform Services Patrol Division, where she served as a road patrol officer, Field Training Officer and high liability department trainer.
Harris was promoted to sergeant in 2001, and served as a road patrol supervisor until she was selected as the training and recruiting sergeant.
Major Thomas Wallace is a 27-year veteran of the Boynton Beach Police Department who currently commands the operations of the Uniformed Patrol Division, SWAT, K9, Marine Patrol and the Police Training Officer Unit.
Major Wallace began his career in public service in 1979, when he enlisted in the U. Navy, where he specialized in orthopedics and then served as a member of a surgical team aboard the USS Belleau Wood (LHA-3).
In 2004, Katz was promoted to the rank of lieutenant, where he served as a watch commander until being tapped by then incoming Chief Matt Immler to lead the offices of internal affairs, training, media relations, recruiting, grant procurement, agency accreditation, promotional assessments, public records fulfillment and grievance coordination. in Business Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
After graduating with a BA in Criminal Justice from St. Chief Katz is currently working on his doctoral dissertation which seeks to measure the effects of malicious rumoring on the leadership / followership relationship. During his studies, Chief Katz has done extensive research in: destructive leadership behavior, organizational incivility, mobbing, and corporate psychopathy.
Upon completion of this research project, Chief Katz will hold a Ph. He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute’s Command Officer Development Course and has completed several executive level courses in leadership and management through Harvard University and the University of Notre Dame.
Chief Katz assumed his role on an interim basis in July 2013.
She has over 19 years of law enforcement and executive experience at the municipal, county, and federal levels.
A/C Snow earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her juris doctorate from Nova Southeastern University.
In 2004, Harris was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and served as a road patrol watch commander.