Then-Miami Gardens Police Chief Antonio Brooklen talks with members of the community, Antquon Harris and Pastor Wendell Baskin, during a ‘Coffee with a cop on the block’ event. Brooklen, who resigned as chief in September 2016, was sued Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, by a former police officer in the department, Kalicia Battle, who alleges she was forced to resign after rejecting sexual advances by Brooklen.
Then-Miami Gardens Police Chief Antonio Brooklen talks with members of the community, Antquon Harris and Pastor Wendell Baskin, during a ‘Coffee with a cop on the block’ event. Brooklen, who resigned as chief in September 2016, was sued Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, by a former police officer in the department, Kalicia Battle, who alleges she was forced to resign after rejecting sexual advances by Brooklen. Emily Michot Miami Herald file photo
Then-Miami Gardens Police Chief Antonio Brooklen talks with members of the community, Antquon Harris and Pastor Wendell Baskin, during a ‘Coffee with a cop on the block’ event. Brooklen, who resigned as chief in September 2016, was sued Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, by a former police officer in the department, Kalicia Battle, who alleges she was forced to resign after rejecting sexual advances by Brooklen. Emily Michot Miami Herald file photo