U.S. Holocaust Museum - 20th Anniversary Tribute - jef1000

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Charles H. Ramsey was appointed Police Commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department on January 7, 2008, by Mayor Michael A. Nutter. He leads the fourth largest police department in the nation with over 6,500 sworn members and 830 civilian members. Commissioner Ramsey was invited to participate in a panel discussion. Ramsey was the DC Police Commissioner before moving to Philadelphia and had been honored by the Holocaust Museum in the past. "D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey worked with the museum to create training programs that apply the lessons of the Holocaust to the challenges of law enforcement. Nearly 80,000 police, FBI agents, prosecutors and judges have participated."