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Mr. Steve Allen Bracknell

Wrong Steve Allen Bracknell?

Police Chief

Phone: (407) ***-****  
Email: s***@***.com
Lake Mary
101 N 4Th Street
Lake Mary , Florida 32746
United States


Employment History


  • Colonial High School
  • bachelor's degrees
  • master's degree , criminal justice
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Web References
Lake Mary police Chief ..., 17 Sept 2015 [cached]
Lake Mary police Chief Steve Bracknell on Wednesday called Dang's slaying a "horrific event."
"This person was known to all of us," Bracknell said.
Bracknell said she had suffered an "apparent gunshot wound," though the cause of death remained under investigation by the Seminole County Medical Examiner.
Officers who were familiar with Dang soon noticed her vehicle was missing, Bracknell said, prompting police to alert other agencies.
"The state attorney believes that there's investigatory information in that 911 tape," Bracknell said.
According to Bracknell, Luciano may have traveled to Lake Mary on a SunRail train and is thought to have grown up in the area or have relatives nearby.
Bracknell said authorities have built "an extremely good case" against Luciano but would not elaborate on the investigation.
Lake Mary Police Department Chief ..., 11 May 2015 [cached]
Lake Mary Police Department Chief Steve Bracknell said the shooter is believed to be Matthew Apperson of Winter Springs, Fla. - a man who accused Zimmerman of making threats during a road-rage incident last year.
Bracknell said both men had asked to speak to attorneys before questioning.
Late Monday, Mark NeJame of NeJame Law told reporters he had been hired to represent Apperson. He did not explain what led to the shooting.
Untitled Document, 15 Feb 2007 [cached]
Commander Steve Bracknell - Lake Mary Police Department [cached]
Chief Steve A. Bracknell of the Lake Mary Florida Police Department
Such is not the case with the employment practices of the Lake Mary Police Department under the leadership of Chief Steve Bracknell.
Documents would reveal that an Investigative Report would be completed by Inspector Steve A. Bracknell on February 11, 2002 for the part-time position of Law Enforcement Officer. And yes this the same Bracknell who is presently the Chief of Police for the Lake Mary Police Department.(6)
In reading this Background Investigative Report, by Insp. Bracknell, there is no mention at all of the Internal Investigation of Officer James J. Wallace by the WPPD which resulted in Wallace tendering his resignation on July 16, 1999.
"On February 4, 2002 the applicant submitted to a C.V.S.A. examination conducted by Inspector Steve A. Bracknell.
So how is it that Inspector Steve A. Bracknell failed to locate the WPPD Internal Investigation Report Case Number 99-010 dated 17 June 1999? (4). Or was Insp. Bracknell able to locate this report? And if Insp. Bracknell was able to locate the report why did he (Bracknell) not include the facts of the investigation in his report?
Bracknell to knowingly, intentionally and willfully omit these facts from his report?
Bracknell also conducted the Background Investigative Report on DAVID A. PRINCE.
It was revealed that Bracknell did this first report on Wallace in February 2002 and the PRINCE report in April 2002.
Bracknell was doing everything he could to give those former Winter Park Police Department rejects a job in the City of Lake Mary.
If you guessed Steve A. Bracknell you win the prize. But wait, Bracknell now holds the position of Operations Commander with the Lake Mary Police Department and once again Steve A. Bracknell fails to mention the 1999 WPPD investigation and once again Operations Commander Steve A. Bracknell recommends that Wallace continue with the applicant process. (14)
Steve A. Bracknell becomes the Chief of Police for Lake Mary Florida. Lt. David A. Price continues his reign of sexual harassment under the leadership of Chief Bracknell.
But our story about the hiring practices of Steve A. Bracknell is not exclusive to just men. It seems as if Chief Bracknell not only does everything he can to conceal the past bad behavior of former male Winter Park Police Officers but he is an equal opportunity employer and hires a former female Winter Park Police officer who also resigned while under investigation.
How many more of the officers of the Lake Mary Police Department are of the fine character standards as those of Bracknell, Prince, Wallace and now Lilja?
From the firing of Steve A. Bracknell from the Winter Park Police Department to the resignations of the above identified officers while under investigation of the Winter Park Police Department, a patter has been exposed.
Report by Operations Commander Steve A. Bracknell June 11, 2004 LMPD memo from Sgt. Biles to Steve A. Bracknell
Lake Mary Life Magazine | Lake Mary, Heathrow, Sanford, Longwood | Learn more about your community online., 20 Feb 2008 [cached]
Meet Lake Mary’s new chief of police: Steve BracknellLake Mary Life Magazine | Lake Mary, Heathrow, Sanford, Longwood | Learn more about your community online.
Meet Lake Mary's new chief of police: Steve Bracknell
Lake Mary's new police chief Steve Bracknell is one of those rare people.He always wanted to be a police officer and the high school internship he spent with the Orange County Sheriff's Department cinched it for him.Shortly after graduating from Colonial High School in 1977, he joined the police academy and knew he'd found his professional home.After graduating from the academy, he spent 18 years with the Winter Park Police Department.Ironically, it was Lake Mary's former Police Chief Richard Beary's father who hired Steve for his first job.
With a career that has stretched from street patrols to working with the Drug Enforcement Agency, you might expect a gruff and grizzled veteran of the streets; Chief Bracknell is anything but.He is disarmingly friendly, the type of person who greets you with a hearty handshake and a pat on the back. In August 2001 Chief Bracknell was back in uniform, but this time working for the Lake Mary Police Department. "I was originally brought on to run their accreditation program," he explains.His responsibilities with the Lake Mary Police continued to grow until July of last year, when Chief Beary left to head the police department at UCF, and the City Commission appointed Steve Bracknell as the new police chief of the Lake Mary Police Department.
But for Steve and Deborah, that's very nearly true.They have known each other since they were about two years old.I didn't like her much back then," Steve laughs. Deborah doesn't let him get away with that: "That's because I could beat you in baseball and football back then," she retorts.
"A lot of our friends were into things back then that Deborah and I didn't agree with," says Steve."So we just started hanging out together and after a while we were with each other all the time."So marriage was inevitable, but it was not without some conflict."Initially my family was a little upset.I would have been the first in my family to go to college," says Deborah, who is quick to add: "I wouldn't recommend getting married instead of going to college for everyone, but it worked for us."However, once their daughter Nicole was born, both Steve and Deborah earned bachelor's degrees.Steve continued his education, earning his master's degree in criminal justice. Deborah has built a successful marketing and management company, IMMC, which specializes in helping struggling businesses.In addition she also writes the Lake Mary Neighborhood blog, which is part of the Neighborhood Blog program for Orlando admits that her reporting on the City can make her husband's job uncomfortable at times, "but I try to give him a heads-up.
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