Chief Kim C. Dine (ret.) has over 40 years of distinguished service in the field of law enforcement, most recently serving as the eighth Chief of Police of the United States Capitol Police beginning in December 2012 and retiring in 2015. There, he commanded a force of nearly 2,000 sworn and civilian personnel for comprehensive law enforcement, security, and protective operations services for the United States Congress, its staff, and more than 11 million annual visitors. Prior to that, he served for 27 years in the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) in Washington, DC, rising through the ranks to serve as Assistant Chief of Police. During his MPD career, Dine worked in diverse neighborhoods across Washington, DC as well as working in a broad range of organizational assignments throughout the agency, gaining expertise in critical aspects of policing and crime reduction strategies. Dine also serves as an ex-officio member of the Capitol Police Board and is a Strategic Site Liaison for the National Public Safety Partnership of the DOJ. Chief Dine holds a Bachelor of Arts from Washington College, in Chestertown, MD and a Master of Science from American University in Washington, DC. Dine’s graduate study at American University included study abroad at the University of London Imperial College of Science and Technology Institute on Drugs, Crimes, and Justice in England. Chief Dine is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and is a member in a number of organizations, including the Police Executive Research Forum, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association. He is married to a former NASA scientist and is the proud father of two daughters.
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