Kim C. Dine, is a forty-six-year veteran of federal, major city, and local policing. Chief Dine started his police career in 1975, with the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) in Washington, DC, the sixth largest municipal police agency in the United States, where he spent twenty-seven years and rose to Assistant Chief. After retiring from MPD, Chief Dine was Chief of Police for fourteen years, consecutively leading the Frederick, Maryland Police Department (FPD) in Maryland, and then the United States Capitol Police (USCP). Currently, Chief Dine is consulting in the policing field.
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