Dan Milchovich, D.P.A.., holds a Doctorate in Public Administration from the University of La Verne (CA) , a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California where he earned the Honorary Robert J. Barry, Director Emeritus Award For Academic And Professional Excellence, USC School of Public Administration, Delinquency Control Institute. Milchovich also holds Bachelor of Arts Degrees in both Criminology and Sociology, each earned at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Throughout his 30-year law enforcement career he served in a variety of capacities, most recently as a Captain at Inglewood (CA) Police Department where he was assigned command of the agency investigative function. Prior to that, he commanded all uniformed patrol services.
Milchovich has authored several articles for prominent law enforcement trade publications and has had editorial perspectives appear in several major national newspapers. His book, “Political Survival for Cops: Finding Your Job as a Law Enforcement Professional and Keeping It” is currently being printed by Looseleaf Law Publications (http://www.looseleaflaw.com) and will be available shortly. You can contact Looseleaf Law Publications at (800) 647-5547 or info@LooseleafLaw.com.
The National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE) has a single sentence mission statement, which is to “enhance fair and professional law enforcement that is responsive to community needs.”
When law enforcement officers are judged concerning alleged violations of their ethical code, their judges are selected as walk on “volunteers”, required to possess little or no expertise of the profession
The fundamental insufficiency of street level experience of those who flock to sit on citizen review boards, combined with the cloaked political environment which controls the agenda, has rendered law enforcement leadership powerless