Michael J. Mann, Chief of Police


Michael J. Mann was sworn into the Coconut Creek Police Department as the Chief of Police on October 8, 2009.

Chief Mann has more than 35 years of law enforcement experience including 21 years of experience with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE); the chief law enforcement agency in the State. While employed with FDLE, Chief Mann served as a Chief of Investigation in the Miami Regional Operation Center and Director of the South Force Money Laundering Strike Force. Chief Mann was a patrolman at Plantation Police Department, a detective for the Somerset County Prosecutors Office in New Jersey, and a patrolman with the North Brunswick Police Department, also in New Jersey.  Chief Mann has a Bachelors Degree from Barry University in Miami and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.


Office of the Chief


Greg Lees
Deputy Chief

Greg Lees was sworn in as the Deputy Chief of Coconut Creek Police Department on January 10, 2013. Deputy Chief Lees has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience.  He began his career with the Broward Sheriff's Office where he rose through the ranks, holding positions as patrol officer, detective, SWAT officer, executive lieutenant, SWAT commander and director of Specialized Operations Services.  While employed at BSO, Deputy Chief Lees was awarded 3 Gold Cross Combat awards, 4 Exceptional Service awards, and 3 Gran Cordons awards.  Deputy Chief Lees has a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Western Carolina University.


Jeannette Camacho
Police Legal Advisor

Jeannette Camacho started with the Coconut Creek Police Department on November 21, 2011. Ms. Camacho graduated from the University of Florida Law School in 1994. She  was first licensed to practice law in the State of Florida in 1994. She began her career with the State Attorney's Office 9th Judicial Circuit, covering Orlando and Osceola counties.  As an assistant state attorney for the 17th Judicial Circuit (Broward), Jeannette litigated all types of criminal cases and supervised several assistant state attorneys.


Support and Administrative Services Bureau

Captain John N. DiCintio
SAS Bureau Commander

Captain John N. DiCintio has been a law enforcement officer since 1980.  He started his career with the Lake Worth Police Department.  After a brief stint with the Village of Palm Springs, he was recruited to Coconut Creek in 1984 as a patrol officer, where he has served for the last 28 years.  During his tenure with Coconut Creek Police Dept, he has held the positions of patrol officer, corporal, sergeant and lieutenant; operations staff sergeant, support lieutenant, and Criminal Investigations Division supervisor.


 

Lieutenant Ryan Marken
Support Division Commander

Lieutenant Ryan Marken has been with the Coconut Creek Police Department since 1997.  During his tenure, he was assigned to the Patrol Division and the Traffic Unit where he served as a traffic homicide investigator for nine years.  He currently oversees the Community Involvement Unit, Training Unit, Property and Evidence Unit, Records and Telecommunications Unit.

Community Involvement Unit

School Resource Officers
Police Explorer Program


 
Sgt. Kathryn Markland

Sergeant Kathryn Markland directly supervises seven school resource officers located at Coconut Creek Elementary, Winston Park Elementary, Tradewinds Elementary, Lyons Creek Middle, Coconut Creek High, and Monarch High schools.  She can be reached at 954-956-1541

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Administrative Services

Training Unit
Record and
Telecommunications Unit
Property and Evidence Unit


 
Sgt. Henry Cabrera

Sergeant Henry Cabrera has been with the Coconut Creek Police Department since 1994.  He has been assigned to the Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, and supervisor of the Community Involvement Unit.  Currently, he supervises the Training Unit, Property and Evidence Unit and the Records and Telecommunications Unit.  As the department's Public Information Officer he can be reached at 954-973-6712.

 


Operations Bureau


Captain Gerald A. Feisthammel
Operations Bureau Commander

Captain Gerald A. Feisthammel has over 42 years of law enforcement experience, holding positions as K-9 officer, marine patrol officer, working in the Street Crimes Unit and the Criminal Investigations Division.  He has been assigned to the Patrol Division for the majority of his career.  Captain Feisthammel has worked for Coconut Creek Police Department for the last 32 years.  He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute's Command Officers' Development Course and the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy.

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Patrol
Lieutenants

Douglas Barclay
Timothy Bradshaw
John Leonard
Robert Wehmeyer

Patrol
Sergeants

Kirk Carlson
Darren Karp
Brandi DelVecchio
David Freeman

Patrol
Supervisors

Stephen Guenther
William Harrison
Robert Markland
Shawn Shelton
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Traffic Unit

Community Service Aides
Traffic Homicide Investigations


 
Sgt. Paul Giani

Sergeant Paul Giani has been supervising the Traffic Unit since April 2010.  The Traffic Unit consist of three law enforcement officers and eight community service aides.  They handle traffic homicides, crashes, and traffic enforcement in the city.  He can be reached at 954-973-6716.

Street Crimes Unit


Sgt. Fredrick Hofer

Sergeant Fred Hofer supervises various undercover officers working throughout the City of Coconut Creek.


Criminal Investigations Division

 

Lieutenant Dominic Coppola
CID Commander

Lt. Coppola has been with the Coconut Creek Police Department since August 1994.  His numerous positions included patrol officer, school resource officer, detective, patrol sergeant and lieutenant.  Lt. Coppola is the commander in the Criminal Investigations Division, where he supervises 10 detectives, 3 task force officers, 2 crime scene individuals, and the victim advocate.  As the Criminal Investigations Commander, Lt. Coppola oversees the department's internal affairs complaints.

Sergeant Fred Shelton, Jr.
CID Supervisor

Sergeant Fred Shelton has been a law enforcement officer since 1994.  He started his career with the Pompano Beach Police Department.  He was hired by Coconut Creek in 1995 as a patrol officer and additionally held the positions of bike officer, DUI officer, traffic homicide investigator, motor officer, aggressive driving enforcement officer, and patrol supervisor.  Sergeant Shelton has a Bachelors Degree in Public Administration from Barry University in Miami.

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