Accomplished law enforcement Commander with solid experience managing all levels of police operations, with an emphasis on investigating complex crimes and internal affairs investigations. Demonstrated ability to produce outstanding results in a multi-tasked environment.
Phelps County Child Fatality Review Board January 2007-present, Appointed as Chairman Jan 2011-Present.
Missouri Polygraph Association: June 2001 – Present.
Vice President 2006-2008, President 11/05/08-12/31/10, Chairman of the Board 2011-2012.
Rolla Lions Club: February 1999 – Present
Carnival Committee Chairman 2004, Secretary 2001-2003, Vice President 2008-2111, President 2011-2012, Past President 2012-2013.
Responsible for many complex and detailed projects including the acquisition, implementation and transition to the State P25 digital radio system, new records management/CAD system, outfitting all road patrol cars with in-car video cameras, and the improved development of our fleet of patrol vehicles.
Commander of SWAT, Weapons/Range, Vehicles, Uniforms & Equipment, Building & Grounds, and Drug Seizures & Forfeitures
Own and operate Title Insurance/Escrow Services/Real Estate Closing Company with my spouse. We employ and supervise three employees. I am responsible for all financial accounting and reconciliation for company.
Have served in the following job functions: Telecommunicator/911 Operator, Patrol Officer, Senior Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Community Police Officer, Polygraphist, Investigator, Detective, Assigned to the Central Missouri Major Case Squad, Detective Sergeant, Lieutenant and Captain/Assistant Chief of Police.
Commander of SWAT, Internal Affairs, Training, Weapons/Range, Vehicles, Drug Seizures & Forfeitures, Grants, Community Policing and Budget. Exercised general supervision over three Lieutenants and a Communications Chief. Functioned as the Chief of Police in his absence. Lead by example as a motivational tool for all subordinates. Participated in the development and implementation of procedures, rules and regulations. Researched and recommend policy and procedures governing department operations. Identified and developed recommendation of methods designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the delivery of police services to the community. Gave direction to subordinates about unusual and complex situations when necessary. Counseled assigned personnel on job performance and disciplinary matters. Completed performance evaluations on subordinate Command Staff Officers, Supervisors and subordinates. Kept abreast of situations and locations that may require police intervention or special attention and effectively dedicated necessary police resources as needed. Functioned as the Duty Officer responsible for assigning additional personnel to situations as needed. Responded to field situations as needed. Approved monthly department personnel scheduling. Organized and coordinated training programs and maintained training records on all police officers. Attended community meetings and responded to inquiries about operations, safety and crime prevention.
Summa Cum Laude
Magna Cum Laude
The Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar is designed for chief executive officers of the nation's mid-sized law enforcement agencies. This seminar enables participants to reflect upon and regroup for the next stage of their careers. Executives are provided with instruction and facilitation in the areas of leadership, strategic planning, legal issues, labor relations, media relations, social issues, and police programs. The environment of the seminar is conducive to independent thought and study. Participants have the opportunity to exchange plans, problems, and solutions with their peers; to develop new thoughts and ideas; and to share successes of their own communities.
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