In this Episode #8 of the American School of Public Service Podcasts, we hear from two veteran law enforcement leaders from the Port of San Diego and the State of Nebraska on policing and social justice, lessons learned from the George Floyd incident & changes they have adopted since then in their respective jurisdictions.
You can watch the full Episode here.
Chief Mark G. Stainbrook has been a Port employee for eight years. Mark retired as a lieutenant from the Los Angeles Police Department, where he served in a variety of assignments including patrol, gangs, internal affairs, intelligence and counter-terrorism. Mark is a graduate of the FBI National Academy. In his second career, he is a retired lieutenant colonel from the United States Marine Reserve with 31 years of military service. Mark graduated with honors from California State University Long Beach with a Master’s Degree in Public Policy Administration. In 2007, Mark was a US-UK Fulbright Fellow at Leeds University in the Religious and Theology Department and was seconded to the West Yorkshire Police Force. Mark has worked with the U.S. State Department in Kenya, Chad, Nepal and India to train their police forces on counter-terrorism, criminal intelligence and community policing methods. Mark joined the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies as a Senior Fellow in June 2016.
Colonel John A. Bolduc is the 18th Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. He was sworn-in on October 16, 2017. Colonel Bolduc, a law enforcement officer since 1986, has held several leadership positions throughout his career, including service in three different states. Prior to leading the Nebraska State Patrol, Colonel Bolduc served as Vice President of Public Safety for the Port of San Diego from 2010 until 2017. Bolduc started his career in Minnesota where he served in Maple Grove as a police officer and supervisor, and later as Police Chief in Mora and Brainerd. Colonel Bolduc holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from National University, in San Diego and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Bemidji State University in Minnesota. He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
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|Chief Mark G. StainbrookVice President, Public Safety/Harbor Police ChiefPort of San Diego3165 Pacific HighwaySan Diego, CA firstname.lastname@example.org.Portofsandiego.org||Colonel John A. Bolduc Superintendent of Law Enforcement & Public SafetyNebraska State Patrol4600 Innovation DriveLincoln, NE 68521General Information line(402) 471-4545Tweets by @NEStatePatrolhttps://statepatrol.nebraska.gov/|
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