The Southwest Florida Police Chiefs Association is a premier member organization; the purpose of which is to promote efficient law enforcement services through the cooperation and coordination of all law enforcement agencies within Southwest Florida. The non-profit association has been in existence since 1985.
Board of Directors
Chief Pam Davis
Punta Gorda Police Department
Chief Pam Davis joined the Punta Gorda Police Department on January 2, 2018. She has over 29 years of law enforcement experience. Just prior to beginning with the Punta Gorda Police Department, she served as the Director of the Professional Development and Training Academy for the Baltimore Police Department.
In 2016, Chief Davis retired from the Anne Arundel County, Maryland Police Department where she rose within the Department to achieve the rank of Deputy Chief. As the second in command, she led the Department’s three bureaus consisting of just over 700 sworn personnel and 240 professional staff.
Chief Davis completed a prestigious year-long fellowship with the Police Executive Research Forum in Washington, D.C., gaining national experience on best practices in law enforcement. She is a graduate of both the F.B.I. National Academy and the Police Executive Research Forum, “Senior Management Institute for Policing.” She also holds a Master’s Degree in Management from the Johns Hopkins University.
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Florida Police Chiefs Association, Chief Davis is the Vice Chair of Drug Free Charlotte County, a Board Member for Drug Free Punta Gorda, Vice Chair of the Florida Region X Training Council, and the President of Do the Right Thing Charlotte County.
Chief Anthony Sizemore
Cape Coral Police Department
Chief Anthony Sizemore began his career with the Cape Coral Police Department in 1998. Chief Sizemore has been commanded the Patrol Bureau, Investigative Services Bureau, Professional Standards Bureau, and the Public Affairs Office. Chief Sizemore earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Hodges University and is a Master’s candidate at the University of San Diego. He is a graduate of the International Association of Chiefs of Police ‘Leadership in Police Organizations’ program. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and is a graduate of the Police Executive Research Forum’s ‘Senior Management Institute for Police’. In his spare time, Chief Sizemore enjoys spending time with his family and is an avid home-chef.
Chief Tracy Frazzano
Marco Island Police Department
Tracy L. Frazzano was appointed the Chief of Police for the Marco Island Police Department in August of 2019 based on a national search. Prior to her selection, she was a 25-year member of the Montclair Police Department (New Jersey) serving as Deputy Chief. In that position, she oversaw the administrative and logistical functions of the department including policy, training, grants, purchasing and budget. She was tasked with bringing the Montclair Police Department to its first ever Accreditation status through the New Jersey Law Enforcement Accreditation Program and she also served as the Deputy Coordinator for the township Office of Emergency Management. Her police career includes varied assignments in patrol, investigative, and community policing. Within the Montclair Police Department, she made history as its first female Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Deputy Chief.
Frazzano holds two Master of Arts degrees and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Sports Management from Rutgers University. She earned her first Master’s in 2003 in Human Resources Training Development from Seton Hall University; and her second, in 2010 in Security Studies (Homeland Security and Defense) from the United States Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense & Security (CHDS). Her award-nominated thesis on the active shooter, led to her appointment as a Visiting Fellow with the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Washington, DC. She was assigned to FEMA’s Office of Counterterrorism & Security Preparedness, working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). Frazzano worked with a team in preparing and presenting FEMA’s Joint Counterterrorism Awareness Workshop Series (JCTAWS), a nationwide initiative to assist local jurisdictions in preparation, protection and response to coordinated terrorist attacks against multiple targets. Her participation in the JCTAWS project afforded her the opportunity to brief the House Homeland Security Committee and the National Security Staff.
Chief Frazzano is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (Session 261) and received the distinguished graduate award, given to the top 1% of the class. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Florida Police Chiefs Association, she also serves on the board for The Shelter for Abused Women and Children and the Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute Policy Board.
Captain Allan Kolak
Cape Coral Police Department
Captain Allan Kolak began his law enforcement career in May of 1996 as a road deputy with the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office. He obtained employment with the Cape Coral Police Department in May of the following year. Captain Kolak is currently assigned to the Professional Standards Bureau. He has also been a supervisor in the following: Office of the Chief as the Public Affairs Officer supervising Victim’s Advocates and the Planning and Research Unit; Patrol Bureau, FTO Coordinator / Administrator / Manager, Professional Standards Bureau supervising the Personnel, Accreditation, Internal Affairs, and Training Unit; Special Operations Bureau of the Cape Coral Police Department as a supervisor in charge of the DUI Unit, Drug Recognition Experts, Traffic Homicide Investigators, and the K-9 unit.
Captain Kolak holds a Master’s of Art degree in Organizational Leadership, is the D.R.E. Region II Regional Coordinator for the State of Florida, and is an instructor in several law enforcement related topics.
Immediate Past PresidentChief William Dalton Sanibel Police Department Email William Dalton is in his 29th year with the Sanibel Police Department and has been the Chief of Police since 12/31/16. He holds a BA from U.S.F. in Criminal Justice and an M.B.A. from F.G.C.U. During his time off he enjoys coaching his children’s sports , playing golf and fishing.