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Chief of police

Mack M. Vines, American chief of police. Interim assistant city manager St. Petersburg, 1992. Member Police Executive Research Forum (president, Leadership award), Tampa Bay Area Chiefs of Police Association (president).

Background

Vines, Mack M. was born on August 12, 1938 in Atlanta.

Education

Bachelor in Criminal Justice with honors, St. Leo College, 1976. Master of Arts in Public Administration, Golden Gate University, 1980.

Career

From police officer to chief of police, Florida Police Department, St. Petersburg, 1960-1974;chief of police, Florida Police Department, St. Petersburg, 1974-1980;chief of police, Charlotte (North Carolina) Police Department, 1980-1985;director Bureau Justice Assistance, Department Justice, Washington, 1985-1987;chief of police, Cape Coral (Florida) Police Department, 1987-1988;chief of police, Dallas Police Department, 1988-1990;director Criminal Justice Institute, St. Petersburg (Florida) Junior College, since 1990. Chair United States Attorney General's Task Force on Missing/Exploited Children. Representative United States-Third International Seminar of Higher Specialization of Police Forces, U. Messina, Sicily and Rome.

Membership

Interim assistant city manager St. Petersburg, 1992. Member Police Executive Research Forum (president, Leadership award), Tampa Bay Area Chiefs of Police Association (president).

Connections

Married Jo Dee Vines, July 12, 1957. Children: Michael, Kim.

spouse:
Jo Dee Vines

children:
Michael Vines

Kim Vines