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This profile was last updated on 9/10/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Police Chief


Employment History

  • Police Chief
    Asbury Park
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Asbury Park Police Chief ..., 10 Sept 2014 [cached]
Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon retired earlier this month and the department is running under the supervision of Deputy Chief Anthony Salerno.
The question of appointing a new Asbury Park police chief or a civilian police director has been lingering since Police Chief Mark Kinmon announced he was retiring effective Sept. 1.
A total $84,629 payout to retired Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon was unanimously approved by the City Council at last week's meeting.
The payout is to compensate Kinmon, who retired effective Sept. 1, for 135 unused sick days and 28 unused vacation days. City officials said that the pay-out was a contractual obligation that the city needed to fulfill.
"Chief Kinmon deserves every single penny given him for his service to the city," resident Arnold Faulhaber.
Kinmon, 45, has been working in law enforcement for 27 years. He began his work in the city in March of 1990 as a patrol officer and became chief of police in March of 2007. Prior to that, he worked with county law enforcement.
"Let that serve as a message ..., 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
"Let that serve as a message that we are policing our own, and let it improve the trust in the police department," said Police Chief Mark Kinmon of German's arrest.
The most recent life of the ..., 31 July 2014 [cached]
The most recent life of the unit goes back about seven years, about the time Mark Kinmon became chief.
Police Chief Mark Kinmon ..., 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
Police Chief Mark Kinmon said there we no arrests at the parade.
"Capt. [Anthony] Salerno put together a great operational plan and it went off with no issue, no problems," Kinmon said.
Asbury Park Historical Society | History of Asbury Park, 29 Mar 2012 [cached]
An Asbury Park police report says that the theft was reported by a Madison Marquette employee on Aug, 2, 2011 and Police Chief Mark Kinmon said that city detectives were involved in the investigation.
A Madison Marquette employee was subsequently arrested on Sept. 26 but only charged with stealing more than $1,000 of cable wire from Convention Hall. "But we were never able to connect or develop enough probable cause for theft of the copper panels," Kinmon said. The employee never appeared for a subsequent municipal court date on the theft charge and there is a current arrest warrant on him for failure to appear. Kinmon said the investigation is closed pending the outcome of municipal court, unless new evidence is received.
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