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Kimberly Brodeur – Lieutenant LVMPD Corrections
October 10 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Kimberly Brodeur is the Booking Lieutenant on C Platoon at the Clark County Detention Center (CCDC) with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. 118 law enforcement agencies can book inmates into CCDC, where the majority of the population is male and the average monthly bookings are now over 6,000. Kimberly has been a member of LVMPD for almost 20 years and has held numerous positions, such as Classification Sergeant, Field Services Officer, Control Room Operator, North Tower Bureau officer, South Tower Bureau officer, North Valley Complex Sergeant, Field Training Officer, Honor Guard member, Prisoner Transport for SEAC and SCAC, Terrorist Liaison officer, and was the Watch Commander at CCDC when Oct. 1, 2017 unfolded. Kimberly also maintains Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Supervisory POST certificates. She has been a part of numerous special projects and changes at the facility.
Lt. Brodeur received her Bachelor’s Degree from Pacific University in Accounting and Japanese and a certificate from Nagoya Gakuin University for Japanese proficiency after studying abroad. She received her Master of Science Degree at UNLV in Crisis and Emergency Management and also attended Northwestern University’s School of Police and Command Staff. Kimberly also spent 11 years in the U.S. Army Reserves where she completed her career as Drill Sergeant. She has also been a successful Realtor for 17 years for Century 21. She has a blended family where they call themselves The Brodeur Bunch due to having six children and often an exchange student in their household.
Kimberly credits Rotary’s Youth Exchange Program for being the person she is today. In 1991-92 she was an exchange student from a small, poor town in Idaho to Australia with an amazing Rotary mentor who always pushed and challenged her. She is now the District 5300’s Youth Exchange Chair and is active in promoting the youth exchange program in hopes of changing other people’s lives. Her own children have studied abroad in Switzerland, Argentina, and Taiwan.
Lt. Brodeur plans to retire from LVMPD in just over a year and wants to educate the community about the Clark County Detention Center and its impact on the community