Jacqueline Wynn, RET Asst. Chief
City of Miami Police Department

Upon graduating from the Police Academy in 1979, Officer Jacquelyn Wynn was assigned to patrol in the North District until being reassigned as a School Resource Officer at Booker T. Washington Jr. High. From there, she became a Robbery Investigator in the Robbery Unit. 

When eligible, Ofc. Wynn took the Sergeant’s Exam and was promoted to Sergeant and reassigned to Patrol. She was later assigned to SIS (Special Investigations Section) where she served in various capacities with joint multi-agency task forces. She became Sergeant of the Bomb Squad which also included the Dignitary Protection Detail. Here, she had the honor to be the personal bodyguard to Nicaragua’s first female President, Violeta Chamorro while visiting Miami. 

Sgt Wynn was later promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to the South District. From there, she was appointed to Major and assigned to the Criminal Investigation Section. She commanded the Homicide, Sexual Battery, Auto Theft, Fraud and Forgery, ID and Records Units. 

Major Wynn was later assigned to Internal Affairs where she supervised until closing the chapter and retiring from Law Enforcement.