He was suspended with pay in for failing to preserve evidence in the case, and later testified for the defense in the cops' trial. Kastrenakes criticized several other officers for selective memories. Miami Police Chief Discusses Officer-Lieutenant Scuffle. Chief Manuel Orosa said the police department didn't know Orosa also said Ramras displayed his police. Sep 03, · Miami Commissioner Frank Carollo challenges ethics The question centers on Carollo’s decision to call Police Chief Manuel Orosa, Only Orosa and. He served as president of the Miami Police Athletic League and is a member of the NAACP. And the usually sparsely filled ethics conference room was packed with tweeting reporters, camera crews and other observers.
He graduated from Miami High School in Moss says his biography to eventually become a police officer was that he wanted to teach police how to treat people. Within three years he was a patrolman on the streets of Miami's historically black communities, OvertownLiberty CityAllapattah and Coconut Grove.
He was promoted to biography detective in In then-Police Chief Donald Warsaw convinced Moss to become a spokesman for the city.
In that role Moss caught national attention when he spoke for the police department while Little Havana suffered violence and fires in after federal agents took Elian Gonzalez. Moss handled communications in when Miami Commissioner Arthur Teele ,Jr.
Police Chief John Timoney added Moss to his executive team in In Moss was promoted to major by Police Chief Manuel Orosa. Moss was active in community outreach, moving important relationships from tense to manule. He was appointed to the Police Chief position in Ferguson over hiography other applicants to replace Police Chief Andre Anderson, who was suspended in August He served as president of the Miami Police Athletic League and is a member of the NAACP.