|Chief Kenneth Scott - Chief Scott is a 22 year veteran of law enforcement. His career began in Prince George’s County Maryland where he served in various divisions including patrol, recruiting, personnel, communications and the press information office. He has had the privilege of serving as Chief of Police for the City of Madison South Dakota and Capitol Heights Maryland. Prior to accepting his current appointment, he served as Captain for the Washington State Liquor Control board overseeing enforcement activities in King County Washington which included the City of Seattle. He is a graduate of the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development School and is a certified SWAT officer.|
|Deputy Chief T. J. Freeman - Deputy Chief T.J. Freeman, CPP is a native New Orleanian with over 30 years of local law enforcement experience, having begun his career as a patrol officer in 1980. He worked his way up through the ranks having served as a detective, watch commander, Internal Affairs investigator, and division commander.
In addition to his public law enforcement activities, he has been employed in the private sector having been a regional security manager for a national security contractor where he directed operations spanning three states. He earned the prestigious Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation from ASIS International in 2005 and maintains that status today.
In November 2008 he was hired as a Police Captain with this department where he oversaw the administrative functions, training, records, and Internal Affairs. In August 2009, he was detailed to the position of Deputy Chief where he undertook additional duties on an interim basis, prior to being officially promoted, to Deputy Chief, in August 2010. Deputy Chief Freeman is an active member of the Fraternal Order of Police, ASIS, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Louisiana Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Internal Affairs Investigators Association.
|Captain Jon Holdam - Captain Holdam is a military veteran who started his law enforcement career in the State of Washington. Captain Holdam served for 8 years with city, and state, law enforcement agencies prior to accepting a position at the Interim LSU Public Hospital in 2008. Captain Holdam is currently employed as the Operations Commander and Commander of the Emergency Response Team.
During the course of his career, Captain Holdam has specialized in the fields of narcotics, financial crimes, undercover operations, hostage negotiations, and SWAT. Captain Holdam instructs a number of law enforcement disciplines, including defensive tactics, advanced tactical firearms, Monadnock, weapons of mass destruction, active shooter response, SWAT, and emergency management.
Captain Holdam has a baccalaureate degree in Counterterrorism and National Security Studies and is an active member of the South Eastern SWAT Association, the Louisiana Tactical Police Officers Association, the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, the Southern States Police Benevolent Association, and the National Association of Field Training Officers. Captain Holdam is a National Emergency Management team member, representing the field of public safety and security. Captain Holdam volunteers with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
|Lieutenant Rory D. Martin - Lieutenant Martin started in law enforcement in 1989 with Hotel Dieu Hospital. Following its merger with Charity hospital, Lieutenant Martin then became a member of Charity Hospital's Police Department (Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans) in 1993.
Lieutenant Martin has served in the Police Department in the capacity of an Officer, Sergeant, and Investigator. He is currently assigned as 1st watch Commander.
|Lieutenant Roxanne Sparacello - Lieutenant Sparacello began her career in law enforcement in 1989 with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office as a cadet, dispatching for the Investigations Bureau. Following graduation from the academy, she was assigned to the patrol division, responsible for responding to calls for service. In 1993, she was transferred to the Street Crimes Unit, working in a pro-active capacity in areas known for violent crimes and narcotics activity. In 1996 she was transferred to Project STAR, the community policing division. This unit was assigned to the 17 areas of the parish with the highest crime rates. Lt. Sparacello retired in 2009, as the Assistant Commander of Project STAR.
In addition to law enforcement, Lt. Sparacello has worked in the private sector as Director of Security for Seaside Town Council in Florida and as Public Safety Program Manager for the Downtown Development District.
|Lieutenant Carmen Ramon Weimer - Lieutenant Weimer is a military veteran, who started his law enforcement career with Orleans Parish Sheriff's Department in 1990.
Lieutenant Weimer has served in the position of patrol officer, Sergeant and, most recently, Lieutenant. Lieutenant Weimer is currently assigned as 3rd Watch Commander.
|Sergeant Cayonna Brumfield - Sergeant Brumfield started at Interim LSU Public Hospital in August of 2001 as a Police Clerk prior to being promoted to Police Officer in 2003.
Sergeant Brumfield attended Southern University at New Orleans where she double majored and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and an Associate Degree in Psychology.
Sergeant Brumfield is currently assigned as 1st Watch Sergeant.
Sergeant Brumfield is also employed at Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Department as a Reserve Deputy.
|Sergeant Nicole Brunswick - Sergeant Brunswick is a native New Orleanian who has served her entire career at the Interim LSU Public Hospital.
During her tenure she has served the department as both a patrol officer and dispatcher. She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2011 and is currently working toward an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice at Delgado Community College. Sergeant Brunswick is an active member of the Southern States Police Benevolent Association.
Sergeant Brunswick is currently assigned as the 3rd Watch Sergeant.
|Sergeant Lakeita Williams - Sergeant Williams is a native New Orleanian who has served her entire career at the Interim LSU Public Hospital.
During her tenure she has served the department as both a patrol officer and dispatcher. She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2011 and is currently working toward an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice at Delgado Community College.
Sergeant Williams is currently assigned as the department's Administrative Sergeant.
|Sergeant Ronald Young - Sergeant Young started his career in law enforcement in 1993 as a Deputy Sheriff for the Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff's Office. After eight years with the Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff's Office he moved on to the Orleans Parish School Board as a Campus Officer in 2000. He worked for the Orleans Parish School up to 2005.
He joined the ILH/MCLNO Police Department 2001. In October of 2008 he completed Basic SWAT Training. In February of 2009 he was promoted to the position of second in command of the Emergency Response Team. In that same year he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. In April 2009 he completed Advanced SWAT Operations Type III.
Sergeant Young is currently assigned as 2nd Watch Sergeant.