Palm Beach County Ethics

Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics

Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics

Peter L. Cruise - Chair Michael S. Kridel - Vice Chair
Rodney G. Romano Michael H. Kugler Carol E.A. DeGraffenreidt

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Next Meeting: Commission on Ethics Monthly Meeting - Thursday, August 6, 2020 - 1:30 p.m. - Virtual Meeting held via Webex
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Agenda and Atachments

Motion for Summary Judgement Hearing Re: C18-008 (Lynne Hubbard) - Tuesday, September 16, 2020 - 11:00 a.m. (Hearing Officer - Thomas Dougherty) - This will be a virtual meeting. If you wish to attend, you may click here to do so, or use the link below to watch the meeting live on Channel 20.

Agenda

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Bryan Kummerlen, MPA - Vice Chair

Bryan Kummerlen was hired as an officer by the West Palm Beach Police Department in 1987. During his 30 year career, he held a variety of assignments and was appointed to Chief in 2014. Bryan was recognized as Palm Beach County Police Chief of the Year in 2016.  He retired as Chief in the spring of 2017.  Currently, he is an independent security and risk consultant and also has served as an adjunct professor of Criminal Justice at Florida Atlantic University.

Bryan was raised in Palm Beach County and attended Florida State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminology.  Later he received a Master of Public Administration Degree from Florida Atlantic University. Bryan also attended the Southern Police Institute Executive Leadership Program, Senior Management Institute for Policing and the Florida Atlantic University Criminal Justice Executive Leadership Program.

Bryan is a member of the Police Executive Research Forum, International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Palm Beach County Chiefs of Police Association. He has served on the Palm Beach County Law Enforcement Planning Council, Palm Beach County Criminal Justice Commission and the 15th Circuit Juvenile Justice Advisory Board.

Bryan Kummerlen, MPA