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About the Coral Gables Police Department:

As of 2005, the Coral Gables Police Department uniformed patrol division comprised of one Major, five Lieutenants, 13 sergeants and 98 police officers.  The patrol division handles routine police patrol, crime reporting, traffic enforcement and a variety of community service activities.  The Coral Gables Police Department also has a Special Patrol Section, created in January 2005, that centralizes many of its specialized, tactical and enforcement functions.  The Special Patrol Section includes, motorcycle police officers, accident investigations, bicycle patrol, marine patrol, K9, DUI enforcement, underwater recovery, special events and selective traffic enforcement.


The Coral Gables Police Department also has a Crisis Management Team that consists of their Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team and hostage/crisis negotiators.  In addition to responding to barricaded suspects and other dangerous situations, the Coral Gables Police Department Crisis Management Team, like most SWAT team configurations in the United States, participates in high-risk warrant services and other tactical incidents.


The Criminal Investigations Division of the Coral Gables Police Department is responsible for conducting in-depth investigations into crimes as well as other long-term criminal investigations.  In addition to having a relative standard “detective function” the Coral Gables Police Department has a Special Investigation Division that consists of three units: Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics.






Robert joined the New York Police Department where he reached his goal of becoming an Undercover Police Officer. Assigned to midtown Manhattan, Robert was involved in cases ranging from petty theft to murder. In the peak of his career, Robert was recruited to work as a Police Officer for one of Florida’s wealthiest communities in the Coral Gables Police Department.


Using his copyrighted approach, Robert Roots presents a message that neither you nor your organization will ever forget. Because he incorporates a familiar story, The Three Little Pigs, audiences not only enjoy the ideas shared with them; they subconsciously start applying the information to their daily life. Audiences learn that the way they handle obstacles and challenges affects every area of their life. And discover whether their Straw, Wood or Brick and the habits and mind-set that it takes to become Brick. Brick is what most people want to be, but most people settle for Wood.

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