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Background Information

Employment History

School Resource Officer

Cathedral City Police Department


Lieutenant, Commander and Police Chief

Mount Pleasant Police Department


Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation


Police Chief

Princetons


Web References(55 Total References)


Pigeon Drop Scam

crimes-of-persuasion.com [cached]

Princeton Police Chief Jeff Barnett said Kooksey enlisted the help of Kennedy and Owens for the con.
Barnett said the men promised the victim they could keep the $100,000 and donate it to a charity for them, but they first had to prove they had enough cash in their bank account by pulling $5,000 in cash out of it. Barnett said officers stopped them in the 100 block of West Princeton Drive after the citizen alerted police.


princetonherald.com

Michnick was hired in 2005 by former Princeton Police Chief Jeff Barnett and spent about 10 years and six months with the department.


www.sanmarcosrecord.com

Kyle Police Chief Jeffery Barnett and the city of Kyle have been named in a lawsuit, filed Dec. 27 in the Eastern District of Texas' U.S. District Court, alleging Barnett had an affair, an illegitimate son and police harassment while Barnett was the head of the Princeton Police Department in North Texas.
Kyle Police Chief Jeffery Barnett and the city of Kyle have been named in a lawsuit, filed Dec. 27 in the Eastern District of Texas' U.S. District Court, alleging Barnett had an affair, an illegitimate son and police harassment while Barnett was the head of the Princeton Police Department in North Texas. Barnett took the job as the police chief of Kyle in 2011. "Chief Barnett used his position as Princeton Police Chief to instruct secondary officers, such as Lieutenant (Robert) Mitchnik and other unnamed police officers of the Princeton Police Department, to conduct a campaign of harassment in his name," the suit says.


News and Press Releases | City of Kyle Texas Official Website

www.cityofkyle.com [cached]

Kyle Police Chief Jeff Barnett
The Kyle City Council has approved City Manager Lanny Lambert's selection of Jeff Barnett, currently the police chief for Princeton, Texas, to be City's next Chief of Police.


impactnews.com

"We are going to push out some officers that are going to be in place to do community policing activities, crime prevention activities, and then we are going to introduce some new motorcycle officers," Kyle Police Chief Jeff Barnett said.
Like Kidd, Barnett is new to his position (see interviews on Page 15). Before returning to Texas to continue on his path to becoming a police chief, Barnett served as a special agent for the FBI in Little Rock, Ark. He had most recently worked as the police chief of Princeton, Texas. The expansion of the Kyle police force was his first task as chief. "We had eight openings pretty much the day I walked in the door," Barnett said. Offering a competitive starting salary may have drawn a more diverse group of applicants, Barnett said. "I would say that we're seeing an increase in the number of applicants that have five or more years of experience, and our most recent hiring process back in July, we hired an officer with 15 years of experience, and another with six years of experience," he said.


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