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Bachelors of Science, University of Arizona, Law Enforcement Administration, 2002

1. Basic Peace Officer Certification, Central Arizona Law Officers Training Academy, November 7 1980. 460 hours

2. Intoxilyzer Course, Central Arizona Law Officers Training Academy, December 3, 1981. 8 hours

3. General Instructor’s Certification, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council. 40 hours

4. Breathalyzer Operator’s Course, Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, June 21 1983. 8 hours

5. Police Supervision, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, March 18-22, 1985. 40 hours.

6. Criminal Investigations, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, June 17-21, 1985. 36 hours

7. Formulating Public Policy, Arizona Department of Emergency Services, July 31, 1985. 8 hours

8. Basic Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Enforcement, Drug Enforcement Administration, January 17, 1986. 40 hours

9. Advanced Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Enforcement, Drug Enforcement Administration, April 25, 1986. 40 hours

10. Police Firearms Instructor Development School, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, February 6, 1987. 48 hours

11. A.C.J.I.S. Terminal Operator Instructor Certification, Arizona Department of Public Safety, March 1988. 32 hours

12. Drug Unit Commanders Seminar, Drug Enforcement Agency, April 8 1988. 32 hours

13. Hazardous Materials First Responder, Arizona Department of Emergency Services, May 28 1988. 8 hours

14. Law Enforcement Middle Management, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, May 29 - June 1 1990. 24 hours

15. Background Investigations, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, August 15-16 1990. 16 hours

16. Interpersonal Violence Investigations, Arizona Law Enforcement Advisory Council, October 29 – November 2, 1990. 36 hours

17. Semi-Automatic Firearms Instructor’s School, Arizona Law Enforcement Officer Advisory Council, December 18-21, 1990. 36 hours

18. Interview and Interrogation, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, February 26-28, 1991. 24 hours

19. Police Supervision and Liability Management, Arizona Municipal Risk Retention Pool, February 12-13, 1992. 16 hours

20. Situational Leadership, Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, June 16-18, 1992. 16 hours

21. Firearms Training Simulator Instructors Course (Judgmental Shooting), Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Advisory Council, June 24-25, 1992. 16 hours

22. Effective Police Policy Writing, Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police, February 1994. 24 hours

23. Policy Development Workshop, Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police, June 20-21 1994. 14 hours

24. Hiring and Retaining Law Enforcement Professionals, Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police, November 17-18 1994. 16 hours

25. Teachers and Officers Partnership in Schools, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training, February 13-15 1995. 24 hours

26. Interview and Interrogation, Train the Trainer course, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training. April 11-13, 1995. 16 hours

27. Integrated Emergency Management Course, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Emmittsburg, Maryland, and June 19-23 1995. 40 hours

28. Discipline and Corrective Action, Developing Political Skills for the Chief Executive, Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police, August 10-11, 1995. 12 hours

29. Law and Legal Update, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training, December 14, 1995. 3 hours

30. Firearms Instructor’s Update, Liability Issues, Ballistic Seminar, Police Carbine and Tactical Shotgun. Arizona Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Association. April 1996. 16 hours

31. International Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Association Conference and Seminar, Use of Force Policies, Selection of Duty Ammunition, Instructor Improvement Course, Equipment Selection for Off-Duty or plainclothes carry, Off-duty firearms course, FAA Rule 108 Instructor’s Seminar and Certification. September 1996. 40 hours

32. Southwest Law Enforcement Command Officers Institute, Arizona State University, November 9, 1996. 40 hours

33. Asset Forfeiture Course, Arizona Attorney General’s Office, June 1997. 24 hours

34. Advanced Tactical Handgun Course, Arizona Firearms Training and Tactics, April 1998. 16 hours

35. North Hollywood Bank Robbery Seminar, Los Angeles Police Department and Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training, June 1998. 3 hours

36. International Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Association Conference and Seminar, Tactical Shotgun, Working with the Troubled Shooter, Handgun Precision, H&K Patrol Rifle, H&K Sub-machine gun course, Dynamic Shooting for the patrol officer and FAA Rule 108 seminar. October 1999

37. Glock Pistol Armorer’s Course, Glock Inc. May 1998 8 hours

38. Civil Disorder Command School, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training, December 1999. 40 hours

39. Patrol Rifle Instructor’s School, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training and National Rifle Association, December 1999. 44 hours

40. Tactical Handgun Instructors Course, Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training, March 2000. 44 hours

41. Select Fire Instructors Course (automatic weapons), Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training and National Rifle Association, April 2000. 44 hours

42. Defensive Tactics Instructors Course, Arizona Peace Officers Standard and Training, May 2000. 80 hours

43. Certification/De-certification Process, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training, March 2001. 4 hours
 
44. Train the trainer, General Instructor's School, placed on Subject Matter Expert Committee,
Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training, November 2001.

45. Officer Involved Shootings, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training, March 2002. 4 hours

46. Search Warrant Service, Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training, July 2003. 4 hours

47. Glock Armorer’s Course, Re-certification, GLOCK Inc., April 2003. 8 hours
 
48. Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators, November 2008, DNA Testing Procedures, Report Writing and Testimony, Identity Theft and Criminal Defensive Case Management, 16 hours.

 

49.  Arizona Constable’s Association Annual training, August 2009, Overview of Methamphetamine Sales and Use, Service of Process on Mobile home parks and tenants, Interpersonal Communications, Judgmental Use of Force Qualification, Interpersonal Communications, and general legal update, 20 hours

 

50.  Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators, December 2011, GPS tracking update, Surveillance Techniques, Financial Investigations Update. 8 hours

 

51.  California Association of Licensed Private Investigators, June 2012, Open Source Information, Computer and Cell Phone Forensics Update, AOE/COE Scene Investigations, AOE/COE Surveillance Techniques, Legal Issue Update.  16 hours.

52.  Arizona Supreme Court, Confidential Intermediary Program, October 2012, 12 hours.

53. Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators, December 2012, Social Media use in Investigations, Capital Case overview, Surveillance Updates, Arizona P.I. License Update, 8 hours

54. Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators, September 27, 2014, Digital Forensic in Evidence, Technology and Fingerprinting, Update, 4 hours

55.  University of Arizona, Center for Legal Studies, Paralegal Certificate Course. March 2015 to June 2015.