Retired Beverly Hills Police Department Chief Dave Snowden has joined Englander Knabe & Allen as a senior advisor, and will head the firm’s new Law Enforcement Executive Search and Training Practice.
Snowden will also work in the firm’s existing law enforcement practice group and on crisis management, media training and consultation on pension issues.
Snowden grew up in Montebello and attended California State University, Fullerton. He began his law enforcement career in Montebello in 1966.
For the past 11 years, Snowden had been chief of police for the city of Beverly Hills. He retired from the Beverly Hills Police Department on June 13.
Snowden has previously served as chief of police in Costa Mesa and Baldwin Park. After only six years into his law enforcement career, Snowden attained the rank of sergeant. In 1980, he was selected chief of police in Baldwin Park, and served as chief until 1986, when he was selected as chief of the Costa Mesa Police Department.
“Dave’s extensive experience as a law enforcement veteran and as head of several police departments brings a unique perspective to our firm. His expertise and knowledge are a welcome addition to our team,” said managing partner Harvey Englander. “Although he will not be involved in anything in Beverly Hills, Dave is uniquely suited to head up our newly created Executive Search and Training Practice and work on various pension and crisis management issues and provide media training for our clients. I am delighted he joined the team at EKA.”
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