The Kissel Chronicles: How NMPD cops protect and serve … EACH OTHER!

Yikes!  The corruption never ends!

It’s bad enough that certain members of the North Miami Police Department’s command staff continue to protect bad cops, such as sexual predator Jodlyn Antoine, but they also go to great lengths to keep the public from finding out about them.

Fortunately, we are persistent.

Once we started digging into the maliciousness of serial offender Sergeant Joseph Kissel, we encountered similar roadblocks.

In our ongoing “investigation” of his discrimination and harassment of Crisis Intervention Specialist Natacha Jean-Francois, we uncovered yet another document that NMPD Major Franzia Brea tried to hide from us.

It didn’t work.

On August 14, 2017, we made a public records (PRR 1731) for: The complete file(s) of any complaints ever filed by Natacha JeanFrancois against any North Miami Police Department employee.”

On that same day, we received the formal complaint Ms. Jean-Francois filed with the EEOC on April 8, 2013, the Notice of Dismissal and Rights to Sue by the EEOC, the City Attorney’s response to her complaint and a list of exhibits allegedly  attached to the response (although those alleged  attachments were not included).

The next day on August 15, 2017, we also received Ms. Jean-Francois’ January 14, 2013 revealing memo in which she appealed the two disciplinary actions she received from Joey Kissel for hand writing an address on an envelope, and for violating a non-existent dress code.

We’re not sure why this particular memo wasn’t included with the first set of documents, but we have our suspicions.

You will recall that another female officer, Stacina Jones, also filed a discrimination complaint against Joey Kissel claiming that he retaliated against her after she “participated as a witness in an Internal investigation filed by a co-work[er] on Sgt. Joseph Kissel.

We then wrote back to the clerk’s office, “Please also provide a copy of the Internal Affairs investigation regarding this complaint, including the disposition thereof.”

That’s when Major Franzia Brea responded with her usual smoke-screen antics in an attempt to halt our discovery.

On August 17, 2017, we received this letter dated August 16, 2017:

Oh, really?

Then again, Major Brea has never been forthcoming with silly little things like truthfully responding to public records requests.

But we digress.

Knowing that Major Brea was playing semantics, on October 6, 2017, we made the following public records request:

“Per previously received public records (PRR 1797) provided to me, a Charge of Discrimination was filed by NMPD employee Stacina Jones, in which she stated that she “participated as a witness in an Internal investigation filed by a co-work[er] on Sgt. Joseph Kissel.”

The city also provided me with a letter dated August 16, 2017 from Major Franzia Brea (PRR 1731), in which she stated that “there are no complaints filed by Natacha JeanFrancois against any North Miami Police Department employee.”

Therefore, I am requesting:

1.  Confirmation that Ms. Stacina Jones participated as a witness in an Internal investigation against Sgt. Kissel;
2.  A written statement from Major Brea explaining why she stated in writing that there was no such investigation against Sgt. Kissel when, in fact, there appears to have been one initiated; and
3.  Copies of all documentation relating to the referenced Internal investigation against Sgt. Kissel that was initiated upon Ms. JeanFrancois‘ complaint against him.”

And then we waited…

On October 12, 2017, six days later,  we finally received a response from the clerk’s office:

“Attached please find both response letters from the NMPD in reference to PRR1797 and PRR1810. No IA investigations were filed by Natacha JeanFrancois, Stacina Jones, or Kathleen Ruggiero against any NMPD Law Enforcement Officer. The internal investigation referred to by Stacina Jones on the EEOC Notice of Charge of Discrimination dated August 4, 2015, refers to an investigation conducted by the Personnel Department. Specifically, an investigation conducted by former Personnel Director Rebecca Jones where she interviewed the employees in the NMPD Investigative Unit, including Stacina Jones. The report of this investigation has been attached for your review.”

The first letter from Major Franzia Brea stated that the documents we requested were not stored at the police department, but were “uploaded by the City Attorney’s Office.”

How convenient!

Major Brea’s second letter claimed that “there are no Internal Affairs Investigations filed by Stacina Jones or Kathy Ruggiero against any North Miami Police Department Law Enforcement Officer(s).”

No doubt they were advised it was in their best interest  to refrain from doing so.

The third document we received was a March 14, 2013 report written by then-Personnel Director Rebecca Jones, which Major Brea obviously tried to hide from us.

With good reason.

After reviewing the January 14, 2013 memo, Ms. Jones performed her own investigation of the “ongoing discrimination, personal vendetta and malicious intent” by Sergeant Joseph Kissel toward his subordinate, Natacha Jean-Francois.

Ms. Jones pointed out that a May, 2012 written grievance filed by Ms. Jean-Francois to Kissel’s supervisor was completely ignored by his supervisor (and crony) Commander Scott Croye.  Instead of following through with the employee’s complaint and sending it “up the chain of command for resolution” as per NMPD protocol, Commander Croye did absolutely nothing.

Furthermore, Ms. Jones stated that in addition to interviewing Ms. Jean-Francois and Sergeant Kissel, she also interviewed “commander Croye, Sgts. Brinson and Hollant, Detectives Blemur, S. Jones, Rhymer and Tovar.”

She also noted that “[o]ther than Ms. Jean-Francois only one other female was interviewed.”  That other female would be Officer Stacina Jones, who also filed discrimination complaints against Kissel when he retaliated after she testified against him.

Interestingly, one of the males who also testified against Kissel was Emile Hollant, who is currently on paid administrative leave after being framed by Assistant Chief Larry Juriga, who is one of Joey’s fellow corrupt “Illuminati” members.

Another coincidence?  We definitely think not!

According to her findings, Personnel Director Jones noted that most of the individuals interviewed were witness to Kissel’s treatment of Ms. Jean-Francois.  She wrote, “This is a very small unit with only a few employees in a small space so it would be difficult for anyone on the unit not to be cognizant of one or more of these issues.”

They were also well aware of the fact that Kissel disciplined Ms. Jean-Francois unfairly.  In fact, several of them even agreed that he treats female employees “differently,” and most were critical of his “negative interaction with a female officer who is no longer in the unit.”

None of those interviewed by Ms. Jones had known anyone other than Ms. Jean-Francois being “written up for handwriting an envelope.”  In addition, all of them stated that there was no dress code for civilians.

Obviously, Joey Kissel was on a mission to make Ms. Jean-Francois’ life as miserable as possible.

Ah, but misery, as they say, loves company.

All of the officers interviewed by Rebecca Jones agreed that Joey was a very disagreeable person.  They all told her that Kissel communicated inappropriately, was prone to outbursts, was overbearing, and raised his voice often.

He seems nice.

Most of the officers also recalled having “at least one encounter of a negative conversation with Sgt. Kissel,” that he had to be told to “change his tone when addressing them,” and that he was “improper at times” when discussing issues or reprimanding employees.

A few of them even complained to Kissel’s commander about his poor communication skills.

Not that it mattered, however, since his commander was none other than Scott Croye, who not only ignored Ms. Jean-Francois’ complaint in the first place, but he also vigorously defended Kissel’s atrocious behavior toward her.

Then again, no surprise there.  We’re told that Kissel and Croye have a long and storied history of covering for each other and their fellow “Illuminati” cronies.

Personnel Director Rebecca Jones concluded that “Ms. Jean-Francois was subjected to ‘undue scrutiny’ by the supervisors  in the investigative unit” and “reprimanded for rules that were not yet written  or practices that she was not aware of.”

Ms. Jones then recommended that the disciplinary actions taken against Ms. Jean-Francois be rescinded.

She also recommended supervisor training for Croye, Kissel and another sergeant.  More importantly, the Personnel Director determined that Sergeant Joseph Kissel needed communication training.


Leopards don’t change their spots.  No amount of “communication training” could possibly transform Joey Kissel into a decent human being.

He is, always has been, and always will be a serial offender.

Unfortunately, the abominable manner in which Sergeant Joseph Kissel treats female employees of the North Miami Police Department is just the tip of the iceberg.

You won’t believe what he allegedly  did to an ordinary civilian, his wife, and their minor children.

Stay tuned for the next installment of The Kissel Chronicles.



Kissel Chronicles: Ki jan NMPD flik pwoteje ak sèvi … CHAK LÒT!

Yikes! Koripsyon an pa janm fini!
Genyen anpil ase ke manm sèten nan anplwaye Depatman Polis Nò Miami a kontinye pwoteje flik move, tankou predatè seksyèl, Jodlyn Antoine, men yo menm tou yo ale nan longè gwo kenbe piblik la soti nan jwenn enfòmasyon sou yo.
Erezman, nou yo ki pèsistan.
Yon fwa nou te kòmanse fouye nan malveyans la nan serye delenkan Sergeant Joseph Kissel, nou rankontre roadblocks menm jan an.
Nan “ankèt” kontinyèl nan diskriminasyon li ak arasman nan Espesyalis Kriz Entèvansyon Natacha Jean-Francois, nou te dekouvri ankò yon lòt dokiman ki NMPD Gwo Franzia Brea te eseye kache nan men nou.
Li pa t ‘travay.
Nan dat 14 out, 2017, nou te fè yon dosye piblik (PRR 1731) pou: “Fichye konplè (yo) nan nenpòt plent janm ranpli pa Natacha Jean-Francois kont nenpòt anplwaye Depatman Lapolis Nò Miami.”
Nan menm jou sa a, nou te resevwa plent fòmèl Madam Jean-Francois te depoze nan EEOC nan dat 8 avril 2013, Avi sou Dismisal ak Dwa pou EEOC, repons Avoka Vil la nan plent li ak yon lis ekspozisyon swadizan atache a repons lan (byenke sa yo atachman swadizan pa te enkli).
Jou kap vini an sou Out 15, 2017, nou menm tou nou te resevwa Madam Jean-Francois ’14 janvye 2013 revele memo nan ki li fè apèl de aksyon disiplinè li te resevwa nan men Joey Kissel pou men ekri yon adrès sou yon anvlòp, epi pou vyole yon ki pa-inexistant kòd abiman.
Nou pa sèten poukisa memwa sa a an patikilye pa te enkli ak seri a an premye nan dokiman, men nou gen sispèk nou an.
Ou pral sonje ke yon lòt ofisye fanm, Stacina Jones, te depoze tou yon plent kont diskriminasyon kont Joey Kissel ki reklame ke li te retaliate kont li apre li “te patisipe kòm yon temwen nan yon ankèt entèn ki te ranpli pa yon ko-travay [er] sou Sè. Joseph Kissel. ”
Nou te ekri ankò nan biwo grefye a, “Tanpri, tou bay yon kopi ankèt Internal Affairs konsènan plent sa a, ki gen ladan dispozisyon an ladan l ‘.”
Sa a lè Gwo Franzia Brea reponn ak abityèl lafimen-ekran antik nan yon tantativ sispann dekouvèt nou an.
Nan dat 17 out, 2017, nou te resevwa lèt sa a soti nan Gwo Brea ki date 16 out, 2017, ki te ekri:
“Apre yon rechèch apwofondi nan dosye nou, yo detèmine ke pa gen okenn plent te ranpli pa Natacha Jean-Francois kont nenpòt Anplwaye Depatman Lapolis North Miami.”
Oh, vrèman?
Lè sa a ankò, Gwo Brea pa janm te vini ak komik bagay sa yo ti kras tankou vrèman reponn a demann dosye piblik la.
Men, nou fouye.
Lè nou konnen ke Brea Major te jwe semantik, nan dat 6 oktòb 2017, nou te fè demand piblik piblik sa yo:
“Chak fwa yo te resevwa dosye piblik (PRR 1797) ki te resevwa m ‘, te anplwaye NMPD Stacina Jones, yon chaj pou diskriminasyon, ki te deklare ke li” te patisipe kòm yon temwen nan yon ankèt entèn ki te ranpli pa yon travay [ko] sou Sgt. Joseph Kissel. ”
Lavil la tou te bay m ‘yon lèt ki gen dat 16 out, 2017 soti nan Gwo Franzia Brea (PRR 1731), nan ki li te deklare ke “pa gen okenn plent te ranpli pa Natacha Jean-Francois kont nenpòt anplwaye Depatman Lapolis Nò Miami.”
Se poutèt sa, mwen mande:
1. Konfimasyon Madam Stacina Jones te patisipe kòm yon temwen nan yon envestigasyon entèn kont Sgt. Kissel;
2. Yon deklarasyon ki ekri nan Gran Brea eksplike poukisa li te deklare alekri ke pa te gen okenn ankèt sa yo kont Sgt. Kissel lè, an reyalite, gen sanble yo te yon sèl inisye; ak
3. Kopi tout dokimantasyon ki gen rapò ak envestigasyon entènasyonal la kont Sgt. Kissel ki te kòmanse sou plent Madam Jean-Francois ‘sou li. ”
Lè sa a, nou tann …
Nan dat 12 oktòb 2017, sis jou apre, nou finalman te resevwa yon repons nan biwo grefye a:
“Anndan tanpri jwenn tou de lèt repons yo nan NMPD an nan referans a PRR1797 ak PRR1810. Pa gen okenn ankèt IA te ranpli pa Natacha Jean-Francois, Stacina Jones, oswa Kathleen Ruggiero kont nenpòt NMPD Ofisye Lwa Ranfòsman. Ankèt entèn lan refere nan Stacina Jones sou Notifikasyon EEOC pou chaj diskriminasyon dat 4 out, 2015, refere a yon ankèt ki fèt pa Depatman Pèsonèl la. Espesyalman, yon envestigasyon ki fèt pa ansyen Direktè pèsonèl Rebecca Jones kote li te fè entèvyou anplwaye yo nan Inite Envestigatif NMPD, ki gen ladan Stacina Jones. Te rapò a nan ankèt sa a te atache pou revizyon ou. ”
Premye lèt ki soti nan Gwo Franzia Brea deklare ke dokiman nou mande yo pa te estoke nan depatman polis la, men yo te “Uploaded pa Biwo Pwokirè Vil la.”
Ki jan bon!

Premye lèt Major Brea te deklare ke “pa gen ankèt Internal Affairs ki te ranpli pa Stacina Jones oswa Kathy Ruggiero kont nenpòt ofisye lapolis nan Depatman Lapolis Nò Miami (yo).”
Pa gen dout yo te konseye li te nan pi bon enterè yo nan evite fè sa.
Dokiman an twazyèm nou te resevwa te yon mas 14, 2013 rapò ekri pa Lè sa a,-Direktè pèsonèl Rebecca Jones, ki Gwo Brea evidamman te eseye kache nan men nou.
Avèk bon rezon.
Apre li te revize 14 janvye 2013 memo a, Ms. Jones te fè ankèt pwòp li nan “diskriminasyon kontinyèl, vandetta pèsonèl ak entansyon move” pa Sèjan Joseph Kissel nan direksyon sibòdone li a, Natacha Jean-Francois.
Msye Jones te fè remake ke yon meyè, 2012 ekri plent te ranpli pa Madam Jean-Francois bay sipèvizè Kissel a konplètman inyore pa sipèvizè l ‘(ak crony) kòmandan Scott Croye. Olye pou yo swiv nan ak plent anplwaye a epi voye li “moute chèn lan nan lòd pou rezolisyon” tankou pa NMPD pwotokòl, kòmandan Croye te fè absoliman anyen.
Anplis de sa, Ms. Jones te deklare ke nan adisyon a entèvyou Madan Jean-Francois ak Sergeant Kissel, li te tou fè antrevi “kòmandan Croye, Sgts. Brinson ak Hollant, Detektif Blemur, S. Jones, Rhymer ak Tovar. “
Li te tou te note ke “[o] pase ke Madan Jean-Francois te sèlman yon lòt fanm te fè antrevi.” Sa lòt fi ta dwe Ofisye Stacina Jones, ki moun ki te pote plent diskriminasyon kont Kissel lè li vanjans apre li te temwaye kont li.
Enteresan, youn nan gason ki te temwaye kont Kissel te Emile Hollant, ki moun ki se kounye a sou peye administratif kite apre yo te ankadre pa Asistan Chèf Larry Juriga, ki se youn nan manm Joey parèy “Illuminati” manm yo.
Yon lòt konyensidans? Nou definitivman panse pa!
Dapre rezilta li yo, Direktè pèsonèl Jones te note ke pi fò nan moun ki entèvyouve yo te temwen pou tretman Kissel nan Madan Jean-Francois. Li te ekri, “Sa a se yon inite trè ti ak sèlman yon anplwaye kèk nan yon ti espas konsa li ta difisil pou nenpòt moun ki sou inite a pa dwe konsyan de youn oswa plis nan pwoblèm sa yo.”
Yo te byen tou okouran de lefèt ke Kissel disipline Ms. Jean-Francois enjisteman. An reyalite, plizyè nan yo menm te dakò ke li trete anplwaye fi “diferan”, ak pifò te kritik nan “entèraksyon negatif li yo ak yon ofisye fanm ki se pa nan inite a.”
Okenn moun ki te entèvyouve pa Madam Jones te konnen nenpòt lòt moun pase Madam Jean-Francois ke yo te “ekri pou ekriti yon anvlòp.” Anplis de sa, tout nan yo deklare ke pa te gen okenn kòd abiman pou sivil yo.
Li evidan, Joey Kissel te nan yon misyon pou fè lavi Madan Jean-Francois kòm mizerab ke posib.
Ah, men mizè, menm jan yo di, renmen konpayi.
Tout ofisye yo te entèvyouve pa Rebecca Jones te dakò ke Joey te yon moun trè dezagreyab. Yo tout te di li ke Kissel kominike mal, te gen tandans sou gwo rupture, te overbearing, ak leve vwa l ‘souvan.
Li sanble bèl.
Pifò nan ofisye yo tou te raple gen “omwen yon rankont nan yon konvèsasyon negatif ak Sgt. Kissel, “ke li te dwe te di nan” chanje ton l ‘lè adrese yo, “e ke li te” move nan fwa “lè diskite sou pwoblèm oswa reprimande anplwaye yo.
Yon kèk nan yo menm te pote plent nan kòmandan Kissel la sou kapasite pòv kominikasyon li yo.
Se pa ke li enpòtan, sepandan, depi kòmandan l ‘yo te okenn lòt pase Scott Croye, ki pa sèlman inyore plent Madam Jean-Francois’ an plas an premye, men li tou kouray defann konpòtman atwòs Kissel a nan direksyon li.
Lè sa a, ankò, pa gen sipriz la. Nou di ke Kissel ak Croye gen yon istwa long ak istwa nan kouvri pou chak lòt ak parèy yo “Illuminati” kanmarad.
Direktè pèsonèl Rebecca Jones konkli ke “Ms. Jean-Francois te viktim “envestigasyon” sou sipèvizè yo nan inite ankèt la “ak” reprimande pou regleman ki pat ankò ekri oswa pratik ke li pa te okouran de. ”
Msye Jones te rekòmande ke aksyon disiplinè yo te pran kont Madam Jean-Francois ap anile.
Li te rekòmande tou fòmasyon sipèvizè pou Croye, Kissel ak yon lòt sèjan. Pi enpòtan, Direktè pèsonèl la te detèmine ke Sergeant Joseph Kissel bezwen fòmasyon kominikasyon.
Leopar pa chanje tach yo. Pa gen kantite “fòmasyon kominikasyon” ka petèt transfòme Joey Kissel nan yon desan moun yo.
Li se, toujou te, epi toujou ap yon delenkan serye.
Malerezman, fason abominab nan ki Sèjan Joseph Kissel trete anplwaye fi nan Depatman Lapolis nan North Miami se jis pwent an nan iceberg la.
Ou pa pral kwè sa li te swadizan te fè nan yon sivil òdinè, madanm li, ak timoun ki minè yo.
Rete branche pou tranch nan pwochen nan The Kissel Chronicles.



The Kissel Chronicles: Cómo los policías de NMPD protegen y sirven … ¡CADA UNO!

¡Vaya! ¡La corrupción nunca termina!
Es bastante malo que ciertos miembros del personal de comando del Departamento de Policía de North Miami continúen protegiendo a los policías malos, como el depredador sexual Jodlyn Antoine, pero también hacen todo lo posible para evitar que el público se entere de ellos.
Afortunadamente, somos persistentes.
Una vez que comenzamos a investigar la malicia del sargento Joseph Kissel, encontramos bloqueos similares.
En nuestra “investigación” en curso sobre su discriminación y acoso a la Especialista en Intervención de Crisis Natacha Jean-Francois, descubrimos otro documento que la Mayor de NMPD Franzia Brea trató de ocultarnos.
No funcionó.
El 14 de agosto de 2017, hicimos un registro público (PRR 1731) para: “El archivo completo de cualquier queja presentada alguna vez por Natacha Jean-Francois contra cualquier empleado del Departamento de Policía de North Miami”.
Ese mismo día, recibimos la queja formal presentada por la Sra. Jean-Francois ante la EEOC el 8 de abril de 2013, la Notificación de despido y los derechos a demandar por la EEOC, la respuesta del abogado de la ciudad a su queja y una lista de pruebas supuestamente adjunto a la respuesta (aunque esos presuntos adjuntos no fueron incluidos).
Al día siguiente, el 15 de agosto de 2017, también recibimos el memorándum revelador de la Sra. Jean-Francois el 14 de enero de 2013, en el que ella apeló las dos acciones disciplinarias que recibió de Joey Kissel por escribir a mano una dirección en un sobre y por violar un código de vestimenta inexistente
No estamos seguros de por qué este memo en particular no se incluyó con el primer conjunto de documentos, pero tenemos nuestras sospechas.
Recordarás que otra oficial femenina, Stacina Jones, también presentó una queja de discriminación contra Joey Kissel alegando que él tomó represalias contra ella después de que ella “participó como testigo en una investigación interna presentada por una co-trabajo [er] en el sargento. Joseph Kissel “.
Luego le respondimos a la oficina del secretario: “Por favor, también proporcione una copia de la investigación de asuntos internos con respecto a esta queja, incluida la disposición de la misma”.
Fue entonces cuando la Mayor Franzia Brea respondió con sus habituales payasadas de pantalla de humo en un intento de detener nuestro descubrimiento.
El 17 de agosto de 2017, recibimos esta carta de Major Brea con fecha 16 de agosto de 2017, que escribió:
“Después de una búsqueda exhaustiva de nuestros registros, se determina que no hay quejas presentadas por Natacha Jean-Francois contra ningún Empleado del Departamento de Policía de North Miami”.
¿Oh enserio?
Entonces, de nuevo, Major Brea nunca ha estado presente con pequeñas cosas tontas como responder de manera sincera a solicitudes de registros públicos.
Pero nos divagamos.
Sabiendo que Major Brea jugaba semántica, el 6 de octubre de 2017, hicimos la siguiente solicitud de registros públicos:
“Según los registros públicos recibidos previamente (PRR 1797), la empleada de NMPD, Stacina Jones, presentó un Cargo de Discriminación, en el que declaró que” participó como testigo en una investigación interna presentada por una colaboración [er] en el sargento Joseph Kissel “.
La ciudad también me proporcionó una carta fechada el 16 de agosto de 2017 del comandante Franzia Brea (PRR 1731), en la cual ella declaró que “no hay denuncias presentadas por Natacha Jean-Francois contra ningún empleado del Departamento de Policía de North Miami”.
Por lo tanto, estoy solicitando:
1. Confirmación de que la Sra. Stacina Jones participó como testigo en una investigación interna contra el Sargento. Kissel;
2. Una declaración escrita del Mayor Brea explicando por qué ella declaró por escrito que no hubo tal investigación contra el Sgt. Kissel cuando, de hecho, parece haber habido uno iniciado; y
3. Copias de toda la documentación relacionada con la investigación interna referida contra el Sargento. Kissel que se inició con la queja de la Sra. Jean-Francois contra él “.
Y luego esperamos …
El 12 de octubre de 2017, seis días después, finalmente recibimos una respuesta de la oficina del secretario:
“Adjunto encontrará las dos cartas de respuesta del NMPD en referencia a PRR1797 y PRR1810. Natacha Jean-Francois, Stacina Jones o Kathleen Ruggiero no presentaron ninguna investigación IA contra ningún agente del orden público del NMPD. La investigación interna mencionada por Stacina Jones en el Aviso de acusación de discriminación de la EEOC de fecha 4 de agosto de 2015, se refiere a una investigación realizada por el Departamento de Personal. Específicamente, una investigación realizada por la ex Directora de Personal, Rebecca Jones, donde entrevistó a los empleados de la Unidad de Investigación de NMPD, incluida Stacina Jones. El informe de esta investigación se adjuntó para su revisión “.
La primera carta de la mayor Franzia Brea indicó que los documentos que solicitamos no fueron almacenados en el departamento de policía, sino que fueron “cargados por la Fiscalía Municipal”.
¡Que conveniente!

La segunda carta del comandante Brea afirmaba que “no hay investigaciones de asuntos internos presentadas por Stacina Jones o Kathy Ruggiero contra ningún oficial de la ley del Departamento de Policía de North Miami”.
Sin duda, se les aconsejó que lo mejor para ellos era abstenerse de hacerlo.
El tercer documento que recibimos fue un informe del 14 de marzo de 2013 escrito por la entonces Directora de Personal, Rebecca Jones, que obviamente Major Brea intentó ocultarnos.
Con buena razón
Después de revisar el memorando del 14 de enero de 2013, la Sra. Jones realizó su propia investigación de la “discriminación en curso, vendetta personal e intención maliciosa” del sargento Joseph Kissel hacia su subordinada, Natacha Jean-Francois.
La Sra. Jones señaló que un agravio escrito de mayo de 2012 presentado por la Sra. Jean-Francois al supervisor de Kissel fue completamente ignorado por su supervisor (y amigo) el Comandante Scott Croye. En lugar de seguir con la queja del empleado y enviarlo “a la cadena de comando para la resolución” según el protocolo NMPD, el Comandante Croye no hizo absolutamente nada.
Además, la Sra. Jones afirmó que, además de entrevistar a la Sra. Jean-Francois y al Sargento Kissel, también entrevistó al “comandante Croye, Sgts. Brinson y Hollant, los detectives Blemur, S. Jones, Rhymer y Tovar “.
También señaló que “[e] n que la Sra. Jean-Francois solo se entrevistó a otra mujer”. Esa otra mujer sería la Oficial Stacina Jones, quien también presentó denuncias de discriminación contra Kissel cuando tomó represalias después de haber testificado en su contra.
Curiosamente, uno de los hombres que también testificó contra Kissel fue Emile Hollant, quien actualmente está en licencia administrativa remunerada luego de haber sido enmarcado por el Jefe Auxiliar Larry Juriga, quien es uno de los compañeros corruptos miembros de “Illuminati” de Joey.
¿Otra coincidencia? ¡Definitivamente no pensamos!
Según sus conclusiones, el Director de Personal Jones señaló que la mayoría de las personas entrevistadas fueron testigos del trato de Kissel con la Sra. Jean-Francois. Ella escribió: “Esta es una unidad muy pequeña con solo unos pocos empleados en un espacio pequeño, por lo que sería difícil para cualquier persona en la unidad no ser consciente de uno o más de estos problemas”.
También eran muy conscientes del hecho de que Kissel disciplinó injustamente a la Sra. Jean-Francois. De hecho, varios de ellos incluso estuvieron de acuerdo en que él trata a las empleadas “de manera diferente” y la mayoría criticaron su “interacción negativa con una funcionaria que ya no está en la unidad”.
Ninguno de los entrevistados por la Sra. Jones había conocido a nadie más que a la Sra. Jean-Francois “escrita para escribir a mano un sobre”. Además, todos declararon que no había un código de vestimenta para los civiles.
Obviamente, Joey Kissel tenía la misión de hacer la vida de la Sra. Jean-Francois tan miserable como sea posible.
Ah, pero la miseria, como dicen, le encanta la compañía.
Todos los oficiales entrevistados por Rebecca Jones estuvieron de acuerdo en que Joey era una persona muy desagradable. Todos le dijeron que Kissel se comunicaba de forma inapropiada, era propenso a los estallidos, era prepotente y alzaba la voz con frecuencia.
Él parece agradable.
La mayoría de los oficiales también recordó haber tenido “al menos un encuentro de una conversación negativa con el Sargento. Kissel “, que le pidieron que” cambie su tono al dirigirse a ellos “, y que era” impropio a veces “al discutir problemas o reprender a los empleados.
Algunos de ellos incluso se quejaron al comandante de Kissel por sus malas habilidades de comunicación.
No importaba, sin embargo, ya que su comandante no era otro que Scott Croye, quien no solo ignoró la queja de la Sra. Jean-Francois en primer lugar, sino que también defendió enérgicamente el comportamiento atroz de Kissel hacia ella.
Por otra parte, no hay sorpresa allí. Nos dicen que Kissel y Croye tienen una larga y legendaria historia de cubrirse el uno al otro y a sus compinches “Illuminati”.
La directora de personal, Rebecca Jones, concluyó que “la Sra. Jean-Francois fue sometido a “escrutinio indebido” por los supervisores en la unidad de investigación “y” reprendido por reglas que aún no estaban escritas o prácticas de las que no tenía conocimiento “.
La Sra. Jones luego recomendó que se rescindieran las acciones disciplinarias tomadas contra la Sra. Jean-Francois.
También recomendó la capacitación de supervisores para Croye, Kissel y otro sargento. Más importante aún, el Director de Personal determinó que el sargento Joseph Kissel necesitaba capacitación en comunicación.
Los leopardos no cambian sus manchas. Ninguna cantidad de “entrenamiento de comunicación” podría transformar a Joey Kissel en un ser humano decente.
Él es, siempre lo ha sido, y siempre será un delincuente en serie.
Desafortunadamente, la manera abominable en que el sargento Joseph Kissel trata a las empleadas del Departamento de Policía de North Miami es solo la punta del iceberg.
No creerás lo que supuestamente hizo ante un civil común, su esposa y sus hijos menores.
Estén atentos para la próxima entrega de The Kissel Chronicles.

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  1. Cruz says:

    you’ve said it best “the corruption never ends!” in this city. it seems as if it’s going to get worst. smoke and mirrors, that is all this circus is . tout, tout, toureluri, toureluri, tout.


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    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      Yeah. What you said.


  2. Webster' sis your friend says:

    No results containing all your search terms were found.

    Your search – toureluri definition – did not match any documents.


    Make sure all words are spelled correctly.
    Try different keywords.
    Try more general keywords.
    Try fewer keywords.
    Try buying a dictionary.
    Try putting down your crackpipe.

    Try anything that’s ACTUALLY A WORD.


    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      Try understanding it’s a tune, not a word.

      Hum a few bars.

      Just saying.


      1. Webster's is your friend says:

        That ain’t no Irish lullaby. lol


  3. Time To Go And Leave says:

    Maybe our interim police chief enrolled his pal Joey into a Dale Cargenie class to teach him manners, etiquette, and respect to all people in equal treatment of dignity and respect.


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    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      That should work about as well as “communication training.”


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  5. Jeanie Pierre Louis says:

    North Miami has so many Haitians yet Haitians get Discriminated against, especially within the PD and the City. When will our cries be heard? When will we be represented? I am not surprised about this at all but I am surprised that they’ve allowed people like this to continue working.


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    This man is racist and sexist yet we will continue to see him on our streets because of how corrupt Juriga and his buddies have NMPD. What’s it going to take for some justice? North Miami has injustice after injustice and then they always manage to put the blame on anyone BUT THE WHITE PEOPLE WHO HATE HAITIANS. They’ve even gone so far as to cleanse the department of our people.


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