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Joe Schillaci, star of The ...
Joe Schillaci, star of The First 48 on A&E and Phil Chalmers, teen violence and bullying expert who is featured on Biography's Killer Teens, will present three workshops April 8, 2013 for educators, students and parents.
Lieutenant Joseph Schillaci is a 30-year veteran of the Miami Police Department and is currently assigned to the Communications Section where he has the responsibility of coordinating and overseeing the entire 911 systems for both police and fire.
Prior to this assignment, he was the Deputy Commander for the City of Miami Police Department's Tactical Operations Section Problem Solving Unit, where he commanded and coordinated eight teams of 48 officers.
This unit was responsible for investigating and apprehending violent offenders to include robbery, burglary, narcotics, sexual battery and murder offenders.
Lt. Schillaci has also commanded the Community Affairs Section, The Hostage Negotiation Unit and Crime Suppression Detail.
While assigned to Community Affairs, Lt.
developed outreach programs for youth and young adults.
These programs included Project AGAPE
, an anti-bullying program, where he
has presented to over 125,000 children and young adults over the past six years.
Several new guests have just been announced for Florida Supercon 2012, including: Linda Harrison (star of Planet of the Apes), Alex Stancioff (creator of Lil' Bush), Josh Adams (artist of Dr. Who, Batman), Bob Ingersoll (comic book writer and lawyer) and Joe Schillaci (star of A&E's The First 48).
Lieutenant Joseph Schillaci of A&E's reality TV series called The First 48 is a 24-year veteran of the Miami Police Department.
All of his
has had a passion for people, his
family and work.
He is presently the Deputy Commander of The City of Miami Police Department's Communications Section where he has been given the awesome responsibility of coordinating and overseeing the entire 911 system for both police and fire.
In addition to starring on The First 48, Joe
has been featured in A&E's Miami City Vice and Take The Money and Run.
is the author of the book To Go Beyond.
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In honor of Father's Day, we're sharing a guest post from Five Moms' ally Lieutenant Joseph Schillaci's son.
Lieutenant Joe Schillaci, of ...
Lieutenant Joe Schillaci, of the Miami [Florida] Police Department, spoke with GMS students and RVH fifth grade students about bullying on Friday, Oct. 28.
to portray courteous behavior in the school hallway.
Joe Schillaci, Miami Police Department
On Friday, Oct. 28, GMS students and RVH fifth graders listened to Lieutenant Joe Schillaci of the Miami [Florida] Police Department.
SRO Bryan Burks arranged for the presentation.
He currently serves as Deputy Commander of The City of Miami Police Department's Communications Section where he oversees the 911system and also commands the department's Hostage Negotiating Team.
emphasized that sticks and stones will break bones, that words will definitely hurt someone, and that people need to protect each other.
The first stop was the land of violence.
told a story of a 13-year-old girl who became violent because another classmate kept bullying her
Through this story students learned how devastating words can be.
In the second stop, the land of judgment, he
referred to "Don't judge a book by its cover.
explained that no one can know another's story by looking at that person.
told a story about his
sister, Jamie, who was bullied while she
was young and as a result turned to drugs and alcohol, an example of how words stay with a person forever and that what affects one person directly will affect everyone indirectly.
noted that bullying and violence occur everywhere, whether at school, work or home, and students have a responsibility to stop bullying and violence when they see it by telling someone when they witness bullying.
To avoid bullying, they need to walk away.
Doing so will change the world and make a difference.
The last thing Lt.
did in the land of judgment was to honor teachers for giving students an education and for their nurture and care.
In the land of agape and forgiveness, Lt.
defined agape as being the greatest love of all that is far greater than love for parents.
Most importantly, agape is the love and respect that people have for each other, so they need to care and be kind to each other.
told the students that what makes one special is what the person has on the inside.
had the students take the following oath: "Before I leave here today, I will be special because I am special."
Joe Schillaci, a longtime ...
Joe Schillaci, a longtime law enforcement officer and current deputy commander for the Miami Police Department, has appeared on TV shows such as "The First 48" and "Taken the Money and Run."
Chalmers and Schillaci
are making a stop in Kansas amid their "No History of Violence" tour, in which they talked to more than 1,000 officers and school employees about teen violence.
On Friday, Schillaci
told The News the pair will focus on mentoring when they meet Saturday with youth at the shelter and detention center in Hutchinson.
"We want to let them know we understand what they're going through, but also what can happen to them if they go on to choose a violent path," Schillaci
said of those in juvenile detention.
said they want to impress upon the teens in the shelter that "it's not the end of the world."
"A lot of the time, they may feel hopeless, that there is no one who cares, but there are people out there who really do care," Schillaci