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His responsibilities include patrol operations, the Marine Unit, Traffic Unit, K9, SWAT/HNT, PTO Unit and the Neighborhood Officer Program. During his 20 year career at the FBI, he worked in the Miami, Palm Beach County and Tampa field offices, where he served in numerous supervisory positions.
Major Johnson is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute’s Command Officer Development Course and numerous other mid/executive level leadership courses. These included, but are most certainly not limited to, overseeing a Joint Terrorism Task Force, administrative oversight of outreach with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies,internal consultant for the FBI, managing emergency response protocols for critical incidents and providing leadership training to hundreds of new supervisors.
He received his undergraduate degree in Law Enforcement from the University of Maryland, and a Master's of Science in Leadership from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Captain Matthew Zeller oversees the Policy Development and Accreditation Unit, Internal Affairs, Public Corruption Unit and Equipment, Logistics and Armour. Any questions pertaining to the employment process and job openings, can be directed to his attention.
In 2013, Johnson implemented the Police Training Officer (PTO) Unit.
He supervised the PTO Unit from 2013 until he was promoted to captain in 2015.
Acting Chief Kelly Harris joined the Boynton Beach Police Department in September 1997.
She has over 19 years of law enforcement and executive experience at the municipal, county, and federal levels.
A/C Snow is also a trained FBI Intelligence Analyst, who during her time with the FBI’s West Palm Beach Office, specialized in domestic terrorism and sovereign citizen activity.
She remains proficient in this knowledge and travels the country providing instruction to police agencies and governmental organizations about this topic.
He worked in the jail and as a road patrol officer prior to relocating to Florida in 2005.
Johnson started with the Boynton Beach Police Department in 2005 and worked as a road patrol officer.
Harris was promoted to sergeant in 2001, and served as a road patrol supervisor until she was selected as the training and recruiting sergeant.