John F. Timoney

John F. Timoney

John Francis Timoney was a law enforcement executive who served as Chief of the Miami Police Department from 2003 to 2010. He was previously Commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department and held a variety of positions with the New York Police Department , including its Chief of Department and First Deputy Commissioner . He worked for the Ministry of the Interior of Bahrain as a police consultant. Timoney drew both international praise and criticism for his handling of mass protests. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
John F. Timoney has eight videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1999 House Committee. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2010 with an average of 504 views per program. Most common tags: Crime Prevention, Law Enforcement.

Appearances by Title:c. June 1, 2007 - Present Member, Iraqi Security Forces Indep.Assess.Cmsn. Videos: 1

Previously

Commissioner, Police Department, Philadelphia, PA c. March 1, 1998 - c. December 31, 2001 Videos: 4 Police Chief, Police Department, Miami, FL c. January 2, 2003 - c. November 24, 2009 Videos: 2 President, Police Executive Research Forum c. June 19, 2007 - c. June 1, 2009 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • <em>Beat Cop to Top Cop</em>

    Beat Cop to Top Cop

    Mr. Timoney chronicles his life from streets of Dublin to beat cop in the South Bronx, to acclaim in lowering crime in…

  • Sotomayor Nomination

    Sotomayor Nomination

    Robert Morgenthau and others talked about their meeting with Vice President Biden in regards to their endorsement of Judge…

  • Crime in America

    Crime in America

    During the Democratic National Convention, mayors and other urban officials called on the 2008 presidential campaigns to…

  • Iraq Security Forces Report

    Iraq Security Forces Report

    Members of the Independent Assessment Commission talked about their report on Iraqi security forces. Their mandate was to…

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