Monthly Meeting - Thursday, October 12, 2017- 1:30 p.m. - Palm Beach County Robert Weisman Governmental Center - 6th floor BCC Chambers
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Dr. Loffredo began a career in law enforcement as a United States Army military policeman where he served 3 years active duty. He remained in the reserves and ultimately retired from the Army Reserves Criminal Investigation Command as a Chief Warrant Officer 4 after 25 years of reserve service. Upon leaving active military duty in 1961, Dr. Loffredo Became a Trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol until 1967. In 1968 he joined the newly formed Florida Bureau of Law Enforcement as a special agent becoming the fourth investigator hired with the new agency. Over the course of the next 30 years, he served throughout south Florida as a special agent, supervisor and Agent in charge within various offices. His investigation experience is in a variety of criminal violations including drug and white collar crime. Upon retiring after 35 years in State law enforcement, Dr. Loffredo became an adjunct faculty member at Lynn University in the Masters Criminal Justice Program. In 1998 Dr. Loffredo became Chief of Police for Jupiter lsland, where he served until 2005.
Dr. Loffredo received a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice Education from Union University. He attended the FBI National Academy in 1973. His professional affiliations include being a life member of the Florida Police Chiefs Association and Palm Beach County Police Chiefs Association. Dr. Loffredo has also served as past president and life member of the Treasure Coast Police Chiefs Association and past president of the Florida chapter of the FBI National Academy. He is one of the original members of the Palm Beach county Criminal Justice Commission in 1989 and is currently a member of the Reserve Officers Association with the United States Army, Fraternal order of Police, and the International Narcotic Association and is active in various community organizations.