Jonni Redick

Jonni Redick is a retired Assistant Chief with the California Highway Patrol (CHP), a 29-year veteran from one of the largest police agencies in the country with over 12,000 employees. Overseeing large-scale civil disturbance and officer-involved incidents; natural disaster response coordination and oversight, and managed hundreds of personnel within daily operations. Over her career, she worked throughout California and has held all uniformed ranks, including being the first female captain in the Contra Costa CHP office.

In her assignment as Assistant Chief, she worked in the San Francisco/Bay Area as a part of executive oversight for 16 field commands with over 1,600 personnel within the division that works in the nine Bay Area counties with over 100 cities and over seven million in population. Daily, she had direct oversight of 6 field commands. Retiring out of the Sacramento region where she was a part of executive leadership overseeing 20 CHP commands spanning over 11 counties. Daily, she had direct oversight for 8 field commands and the third largest communications center with over 1 million 911 calls annually.

She is a graduate of the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Command College, Class 56. She holds a Master of Science degree in Law Enforcement and Public Safety Leadership (LEPSL) from the University of San Diego (USD) where she is also an adjunct professor. In addition, she is adjunct faculty for San Joaquin Delta College POST Academy in the discipline of Administration of Justice.

Redick is a member of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) and is the current NOBLE National Chair for the Officer Safety and Wellness Committee. Additionally, she is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the American Association of University Women (AAUW).

In addition, she is a public speaker, coach, consultant, CEO of JLConsultingSolutions, and author of “Survival Guide to Law Enforcement Promotional Preparation” and “Black, White & Blue.”

 

 

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