Ms. Robin Heinemann, MPAInstructor College of Business and Professional Studies
Criminal Justice Leadership
Robin Heinemann retired December 2014, after 28 years in law enforcement, as a Police Lieutenant from the Concord Police Department. Like many with a law enforcement related background, she held a myriad of assignments during her career to include Patrol, Investigations, FTO, Corporal, Hostage Negotiations, patrol Sergeant, Special Operations (to include Jail, Canine, and budgets), manager of the Code Enforcement Unit, Downtown Officer Program, School Resource Officers, acting-Captain assignment(s) and other job role(s) and/or Task(s) till the end of her law enforcement career.
During the last fourteen (14) years of her career, Ms. Heinemann had the distinct honor to serve the citizens of Concord as a Police Lieutenant, more specifically in the capacity as the City's Northern District Commander (essentially, similar to a police Chief in task function, with her own sub-station, staff , budget, etc. but within a much smaller city venue-approximately 50,00 people). It was during these years where she felt truly blessed as she was given most assignments that had a significant "community" focus. Some of these roles included: Chairperson of the Community Oriented Government Team, City's Business Liaison (such as Todos Santos Business Association), Director of the City's Homeless and Mental Health strategies, Community Impact Team, Development Advisory Committee, and the creation of Concord Community Court and the Concord Cares program.
Ms. Heinemann has a Master in Public Administration, coursework towards a second Master's degree in psychology/counseling, as well as a Bachelor of Science and Associate Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration.
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