Warren County Sheriff Department

Biography

I grew up in Lincoln County Missouri, where I lived outside of Troy with my parents and three brothers. As a family we attended the First Assembly of God Church in Troy. I attribute my personal belief and value system to the fact I was raised in a Christian household, and that a big part of my social life as a young person was deeply rooted in our church. My fondest childhood memories are of camping with my parents and grandparents on the Mississippi River, or at Table Rock Lake, and the many fishing and hunting trips with my brothers and parents.

In 1989 I married Cindy Roettger who was also from Troy. We had been dating since our junior year in high school. Cindy has been a hair stylist in Troy since 1986. Together we have made Warren County our home. In July of 1994 our daughter Stephanie was born, and then in December of 1998 our son Kolton was born. Stephanie graduates from high school in May of 2012 and plans to immediately begin college to pursue certification as a Registered Nurse. Kolton is in junior high and is very active in band, playing football, and baseball. My interests outside of work are fishing, hunting, target shooting, going to the movies, and any activity that involves time with my wife or children. In January of 2011 we added a male black Labrador retriever named Chance to our family. Participating in the training of Chance and entering him in both AKC and UKC hunt test competitions has become a family adventure and hobby.

My law enforcement career started in 1988 as a reserve patrolman for the Wentzville Missouri Police Department. I worked part-time for the police department for one year in return for being sponsored through the St. Charles County Law Enforcement Training Center for my basic police academy training. 

On January 1, 1989 I was hired as a full-time deputy sheriff with the Warren County Sheriff’s Department. Over the next several years I realized I had found a place to call home, both professionally and personally. I fell in love with the job, the department, the community, and the county. Even at an early stage in my career, I felt such a strong degree of personal contentment that I’ve never given any serious consideration to moving away from Warren County or leaving the Sheriff’s Department. 

During my twenty-four years with the Warren County Sheriff’s Department I have held every rank from Patrol Deputy, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Major. I have worked all the assignments within the department ranging from Patrol Deputy, D.A.R.E. Officer, Shift Supervisor, Patrol Commander, Jail Administrator, Drug Task Force Supervisor, and Chief Deputy.

In November of 2004 I was elected to the Office of Sheriff, and have been serving since January 2005.

Successfully applied for and received over three-quarters of a million dollars in State and Federal grants for manpower and equipment related programs within the Sheriff’s Department. 

First D.A.R.E. Officer in Warren County. Established the curriculum in the Rebecca Boone, Wright City, Holy Rosary, Marthasville, St. Vincent, and St. Ignatius Schools. While actively teaching instructed over 3,000 students on the dangers of drug abuse.

Installed and began the first computer automation of reports, jail booking records, gun permits, and mug shot photographs. System administrator of a twenty-five station computer network system that handles all the internal reporting functions of the Sheriff’s Department.

Updated department records management system to be compatible with the computer aided dispatch software at the 911 center for increased efficiency and accuracy. Allows real time monitoring of call and deputy activities. Allows sharing of data with Warrenton and Wright City Police due to same technology and software. 

Formed the first tactical unit in the history of the Sheriff’s Department. The mission of the Special Tactics and Response Team is to provide highly trained and equipped deputies to respond to critical incidents and serve all high-risk warrants. Active member and Commander of this unit since its initial formation.

Supervised the Warren and Montgomery County Rural Area Drug Enforcement Task Force. This was the first formal full time program dedicated to addressing local drug problems.

Automated the Warren County Sex Offender List, and published it on the Sheriff’s Department internet web site in the interests of public safety and information
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Appointed to the Planning Committee for the 12th Judicial Circuit Adult Drug Court.

State Certified Generalist and Specialist Law Enforcement Instructor
 at the Eastern Missouri Police Academy and the Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy.

Designated Sheriff on the C-North Regional Homeland Security Oversight Committee.

Obtained a Federal Anti-Terrorism grant
 of forty-thousand dollars to obtain LiveScan Equipment for the jail. This enables law enforcement to scan and transmit fingerprint data electronically to the FBI and the Missouri State Highway Patrol for immediate classification and identification.

Initiated the Inmate Security Fund Agreement
 with Wright City and Warrenton. This enables these cities to pay their municipal inmate board bills with fines collected from persons arrested, not by using tax dollars. 

Implemented policy requiring all deputies to carry department issued digital recorders
 on their person when on duty, and record all citizen contacts. This has enabled us to preserve audio evidence, and to record all of our citizen contacts for accountability and integrity purposes.

Obtained specialized training for the Detective Bureau
 to investigate the physical and sexual abuse of children. These advanced interview and investigation techniques have enabled our department to investigate these matters, arrest and obtain charges against the persons responsible, and assist the victims receive the necessary support to deal with their trauma.

Dedicated personnel with specialized training and skills
 to solve property crimes such as burglary, stealing, and vandalism

Joined the East Central Drug Task Force to add the resource of undercover drug investigators to our efforts to combat the possession, sale, and manufacturing of illegal drugs in Warren County.

Conducted the largest drug arrest warrant roundup in the history of Warren County. These cases were made by our undercover investigators. As part of our ongoing efforts to combat the possession, sale, and use of illegal drugs we now conduct drug arrest roundups regularly as our investigators file their pending cases.

Implemented a K9 program with dog and handler certified in drug detection, tracking, general obedience, and patrol skills.
Established training program for deputies and corrections personnel to ensure compliance with both departmental training standards, and those set by the Missouri Department of Public Safety. This increases the safety of the employees, as well as reduces the overall liability to the county.

Established full time court security within the Warren County Courthouse during all hours the facility is open to the public. Deputies staff a walk through metal detector, an x-ray machine, and bailiffs are posted in each courtroom while in session. 

Implemented digital recording
 of all surveillance cameras throughout the Courthouse and Jail for security and accountability purposes.

Established south zone office to provide deputies a place to complete reports and make telephone calls without having to return to the main office. Installed computer capable of remote connection to network system running in office to allow access to department records management system.

Formed the Warren County Sheriff’s Department Ladies Auxiliary. The mission of this group is to establish a social network and support system for the member of our department and their families.

Started a “Shop with a Deputy” program to support families in need during the Christmas holiday season, and to assist them in providing gifts for their children.

Implemented an annual employee special recognition and awards banquet. This function enables us to publicly recognize and award our employees for their contributions to the department and the overall community.

Implemented a disciplinary process with the availability of an appeal board comprised of an employees peer group. The added level of a peer evaluation board offers employees the best opportunity to have their incident evaluated in a fair and consistent manner.

Implemented a citizen feedback process to allow persons to report both positive and negative feedback on the department or specific deputies. I feel that in order to maintain accountability to the public I must have an open and easy avenue for persons to voice their concerns in a confidential manner. This can be accomplished online, in-person, over the telephone, or through the mail.

Successfully increased pay for deputies. I have worked in cooperation with the Warren County Commission to increase pay for deputies, corrections staff, and other department employees.

Contracted out the jail medical services
 to Advanced Correctional Healthcare and saved approximately seventy-thousand dollars per year in hospital, laboratory, and pharmacy bills.

Contracted out the jail food services to ABL Management and saved approximately sixty-thousand dollars per year in food and labor costs.

Implemented rural patrol to encourage deputies to adequately patrol and maintain visibility on our many miles of county gravel roads, as well as our black-top highways. 

Implemented directed patrols to increase patrol in specific locations during key times for added visibility and deterrent effect. 

Implemented business checks to verify security of local businesses after hours. 

Implemented neighborhood patrols
 to encourage deputies to spend time in area subdivisions to develop relationships and two-way communication with the residents.

Encourage positive citizen contacts not related to calls for service or enforcement contacts to build community based relationships based upon mutual trust and respect.

Implemented school security checks
 to ensure that uniform deputies regularly walk through local schools to add safety, and build relationships with both students and faculty.

Implemented program to monitor sex offender registration and compliance
. Each individual is regularly monitored to verify they are compliant with their registration requirements, and that they are not in violation of living near schools or daycare facilities.

Established Role Model Scholarship fund
 to recognize local high school graduates that portray a positive role model lifestyle.

Established Paul Fricke Memorial Scholarship fund to recognize local high school graduates entering emergency service field.

Sponsor of the Project Graduation Program by providing pizza to the high school seniors celebrating their graduation at these drug and alcohol free activities.

Efficient operation and management of jail facility
. During my first two terms in office the jail has generated five-and-one-half million dollars in revenue that has been used to offset the local costs of operating the jail. This relates to a savings of five-and-one-half million dollars in local tax money.

Established training contracts with employees to recoup funds invested by Sheriff’s Department in their training when they leave employment. While our agency has been used as a training ground by other higher paying agencies, these contracts have enabled us to collect thousands of dollars spent on training. These funds are then available to train the new employees, or those who are committed to this agency.

Instituted drug testing for all new hires, and random drug testing where 10% of current staff are selected each month for drug screen. 

Maintain public accessibility and accountability by making myself available for in-person meetings with an open door policy with no notice required. If I’m ever not available, I immediately return telephone calls.

Established department web page and Face Book page for public resource and informational purposes. Maintain up to date listings of forms, personnel, and other items pertaining to Sheriff’s Department. 

Utilize inmate work programs to perform tasks such as laundry, cleaning, washing cars, picking up trash, cleaning streets after parades, and painting. These programs enable inmates to occupy their time constructively while in custody, stay out of trouble, and perform positive functions. The work performed is necessary, and the program saves tax dollars.

Joined the St. Charles County Crisis Intervention Team Program to provide positive law enforcement crisis intervention services to persons with mental illness.

Established positive working relationship with County Commission by meeting with them every Thursday at 9:30am to keep them current on matters throughout the department and our overall community.

Focused department mission on being more service oriented, more involved in the community, and more in touch with the needs of the people we serve rather than just performing enforcement duties.

Work closely with Missouri Department of Conservation to investigate and reduce instances of poaching and road hunting.

Protect the rights and privacy of landowners by investigating and enforcing trespass laws on private property. 

Established public information announcement program on local radio station to communicate important safety bulletins and reminders throughout community.

Deployed Mobile Data Computers in patrol vehicles allowing deputies to be electronically connected real time with the computer aided dispatch system at the Warren County Joint Communications Center. Significantly increases efficiency of reporting functions as they can be performed from the field instead of requiring a response to the office. Enables dispatch to push bulletins, photographs, and other call information directly to responding units via their computer.

Deployed Automatic Vehicle Locator equipment in patrol vehicles utilizing GPS technology to track locations of patrol units throughout the county for enhances officer safety and to decrease response time on calls.

Deployed life saving Automatic External Defibrillator equipment in patrol vehicles to treat and assist victims experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.

Deployed custom GIS Mapping program on car computers that allows deputies real-time access to road maps, arial photographs, telephone numbers, and land parcel information.

Deployed IRIS Scanning and Facial Recognition equipment in the jail. Worked with the Missouri Sheriff’s Association and Missouri Chiefs of Police Association on grant to deploy this high-tech equipment to aid in biometric verification and suspect identification.

BUCHANAN HIGH SCHOOL
Troy, Missouri

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
21 Credit Hours

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
Elgin, Illinois
18 Credit Hours

ST. CHARLES COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
St. Peters, Missouri
14 Credit Hours

Training
TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING – 4,115.5 HOURS

141 HOUR BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING – 1988
St. Charles Law Enforcement Training Center
Awarded Honor Graduate for Highest Academics

840 HOUR BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING – 2003

Eastern Missouri Police Academy

Awarded Honor Graduate for Highest Academics

Awarded Leadership Award

POSITIVE HANDLING OF CITIZEN COMPLAINTS – 1994
St. Charles County Law Enforcement Training Center

GOAL SETTING AND ACHIEVING – 1994
St. Charles County Law Enforcement Training Center

COACHING AND COUNSELING – 1994
St. Charles County Law Enforcement Training Center

HIRING, FIRING, AND PERSONNEL ISSUES – 1998
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

SCHOOL OF POLICE STAFF AND COMMAND – 1999
Northwestern University Traffic Institute

MANAGING AND SUPERVISING INTERNAL AFFAIRS – 2000
Public Agency Training Council

IMPROVING OFFICER – CITIZEN RELATIONSHIPS – 2000
International Association of Chiefs of Police

MASTERING PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT – 2001
Public Agency Training Council

ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT – 2002
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

LEADERSHIP AND LIABILITY – 2002
Public Agency Training Council

MANAGING LAW ENFORCEMENT EVIDENCE – 2002
St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy

DUE PROCESS & INTERNAL AFFAIRS INVESTIGATIONS – 2003
Van Meter & Associates, Inc.

DISCIPLINE AND TERMINATION – 2003
Van Meter & Associates, Inc.

EMPLOYEE DISCHARGE AND DOCUMENTATION IN MISSOURI – 2003
Lorman Education Services

JAIL ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT 2003
Department of Justice – National Institute of Corrections

NATIONAL SHERIFF’S INSTITUTE – 2005
National Sheriff’s Association – National Institute of Corrections

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT – 2005
Federal Bureau of Investigations – LEEDA

QUOTA-FREE POLICE PRODUCTIVITY SYSTEM – 2005
Van Meter & Associates, Inc.

HIGH IMPACT SUPERVISION – 2006
Penn State

LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE – 2008
United States Attorney’s Office

GIVING MEANINGFUL COMPLIMENTS & CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM – 2009
John Graham – Management Services

RURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE – 2009
United States Department of Justice – National Institute of Justice

RURAL EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE – 2010
National Center for Rural Law Enforcement

COMMAND INSTITUTE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT EXECUTIVES – 2010
Federal Bureau of Investigations – LEEDA

GATEWAY LAW ENFORCEMENT EXECUTIVES DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR- 2011
Federal Bureau of Investigations – LEEDA

ADVANCED SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT- 2011
Eastern Missouri Law Enforcement Training Academy- Thomas & Means

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE – 2014
Federal Bureau of Investigations – LEEDA

DRUG INVESTIGATIONS COURSE – 1991
Drug Enforcement Administration

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT – 1994
Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center

MARIJUANA ERADICATION TRAINING – 1996
Missouri Sheriff’s Training Academy

METHAMPHETAMINE LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS – 1998
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

CLANDESTINE LABORATORY INVESTIGATION – 1998
Drug Enforcement Administration

CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB COLLECTION STATION TRAINING – 2000
Missouri Department of Public Safety / Division of Fire Safety

BLOOD ALCOHOL CONTENT TYPE III – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

STANDARD FIELD SOBRIETY TESTING & DWI DETECTION – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

METHAMPHETAMINE INVESTIGATORS WORKSHOP – 2003
Institute for Intergovernmental Research & Bureau of Justice Assistance

DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR – 1992
Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy

JUNIOR HIGH DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR – 1994
Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy

VIOLENCE EDUCATION AND GANG AWARENESS INSTRUCTOR – 1997
Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy

MP5 / COLT SMG INSTRUCTOR – 1999
Singleton International

FBI FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 1999
Federal Bureau of Investigations

CHEMICAL MUNITIONS INSTRUCTOR – 2000
Combined Tactical Systems, Inc.

LESS-LETHAL MUNITIONS – 2000
Combined Tactical Systems, Inc.

NOISE FLASH DISTRACTION / DIVERSIONARY DEVICE INSTRUCTOR – 2000
Combined Tactical Systems, Inc.

HANDGUN INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 2001
Association of Professional Trainers

SLR – PATROL RIFLE INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 2001
Association of Professional Trainers

TACTICAL SHOTGUN INSTRUCTOR COURSE – 2001
Association of Professional Trainers

INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT COURSE – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

GENERALIST INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION – 2004
State of Missouri – Department of Public Safety

SPECIALIST INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION / FIREARMS- 2004
State of Missouri – Department of Public Safety

FIREARMS TRAINING SIMULATOR INSTRUCTOR – 2004
Law Enforcement Training Institute

LIVESCAN INSTRUCTOR PROGRAM – 2006
Missouri State Highway Patrol

VERBAL JUDO TRAIN THE TRAINER – 2007
Institute of Police Technology and Management

ADVANCED A.L.I.C.E. TRAINING – 2015
Alice Training Institute & Jefferson College

PR-24 POLICE BATON – 1988
St. Charles County Law Enforcement Training Center

HANDGUN RETENTION – 1988
St. Charles County Law Enforcement Training Center

ORCUTT POLICE NUNCHAKU BASIC CERTIFICATION – 1993
Orcutt Police Nunchaku

ASP BATON CERTIFICATION – 1999
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM COMBATIVES PHASE – 2000
Blauer Tactical Confrontation Management Systems

RESTRAINING OPPOSITION WITH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION – 2002
Rhoades Korean Martial Arts, LLC

PPCT DEFENSIVE TACTICS SYSTEM – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

OLEORESIN CAPSICUM AEROSOL SPRAY – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

WEAPON RETENTION AND DISARMING – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

TACTICAL FOLDING KNIFE / USE AND DEFENSE FOR OFFICERS – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

TASER X26 / M26 USER CERTIFICATION – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ASP BATON RE-CERTIFICATION – 2006
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

TASER X26 RE-CERTIFICATION – 2008
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

BASIC FIREARMS TACTICS – 1996
Eastern Jackson County Regional Police Academy

ADVANCED HANDGUN TACTICS – 1996
Eastern Jackson County Regional Police Academy

FLYING ARMED – 1996
Missouri Sheriff’s Training Academy

SELF LOADING RIFLE COURSE – 1997
Association of Professional Trainers

INTERMEDIATE HANDGUN COURSE – 1998
Association of Professional Trainers

LEVEL V HANDGUN COURSE – 1998
Tactical Defense Institute

ADVANCED SELF LOADING RIFLE – 1998
Association of Professional Trainers

GLOCK ARMORER’S SCHOOL – 1998
St. Louis County Police Academy

FIREARMS TRAINING SIMULATOR – 1999
Missouri Sheriff’s Training Academy

TACTICAL HANDGUN III – 1999
Association of Professional Trainers

POLICE CARBINE RIFLE – 2000
Hornady Training Academy

INTRODUCTION TO THE MOSSBERG 500/590 – 2001
Western Missouri Regional Police Academy

TACTICAL HANDGUN I – 2001
Association of Professional Trainers

TACTICAL SHOTGUN COURSE – 2001
Association of Professional Trainers

TACTICAL HANDGUN II – 2002
Association of Professional Trainers

BASIC FIREARMS TRAINING – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

AR15/M16 ARMORER’S SCHOOL – 2004
St. Louis County Police Academy

LOW LIGHT HANDGUN COURSE – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

TACTICAL PISTOL & RIFLE OPERATOR COURSE – 2006
Strategos International

COMPREHENSIVE ARMORER COURSE – 2008
Weapon Systems Training Council

SELF LOADING RIFLE RE-CERTIFICATION COURSE – 2008
Association of Professional Trainers

TACTICAL HANGUN I – 2011
Association of Professional Trainers

HANDGUN QUALIFICATION – 2018
Missouri Sheriff’s Association and Training Academy

HANDGUN QUALIFICATION – 2018
Missouri Sheriff’s Association and Training Academy

SWAT I – BASIC TACTICAL AND HIGH RISK WARRANT SERVICE – 1997
International Association of Chief’s of Police & Los Angeles PD SWAT

HIGH RISK WARRANT SERVICE – 1997
Association of Professional Trainers

SWAT SUPERVISORS TACTICS AND MANAGEMENT – 1997
International Association of Chief’s of Police

NOISE FLASH DISTRACTION DIVERSIONARY DEVICES – 1997
Association of Professional Trainers Academy

SWAT II – ADVANCED TACTICAL AND HOSTAGE RESCUE – 1998
International Association of Chief’s of Police & Los Angeles PD SWAT

ADVANCED HIGH RISK WARRANT SERVICE – 1998
Association of Professional Trainers

HOSTAGE RESCUE / SWAT SEMINAR – 1998
Federal Bureau of Investigations

JAIL RESPONSE TEAMS TACTICS AND METHODS – 1998
American Jail Institute

LESS LETHAL MUNITIONS – 1999
Western Missouri Regional Police Academy

CHEMICAL MUNITIONS – 1999
Western Missouri Regional Police Academy

COMPLETE CLOSE QUARTER BATTLE COURSE – 2000
Tactical Explosive Entry School

CLOSE QUARTER BATTLE COURSE – 2000
Singleton International

ADVANCED HIGH RISK WARRANT SERVICE – 2001
Association of Professional Trainers

ADVANCED SPECIAL OPERATIONS COURSE – 2005
Association of Professional Trainers

PATROL RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS IN SCHOOLS – 2007
Missouri Police Chief’s Association – National Tactical Officers Association

LEGAL AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENT FOR SWAT – 2009
Public Agency Training Council – St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE ADULT ABUSE LAW – 1997
Legal Advocates for Abused Women

PREVENTING SCHOOL VIOLENCE – 1999
Law Enforcement Resources Inc.

ENFORCEMENT OF PROTECTION ORDERS – 2002
University of Missouri Columbia

PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOODS – 2003
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

HANDLING ABUSE DISCLOSURES BY CHILDREN – 2004
The Child Center & Eastern Missouri Police Academy

DYNAMICS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – 2005
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Inc.

INVESTIGATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRIME – 2007
Columbia Police Department Training Division

INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES – 2008
Missouri Office of Prosecution Services

CULTURAL DIVERSITY / RACIAL PROFILING – 2003
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

CULTURAL DIVERSITY / RACIAL PROFILING – 2005
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

RACIAL PROFILING – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

RACIAL PROFILING – 2007
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

RACIAL PROFILING – 2008
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

RACIAL PROFILING – 2011
Missouri Police Chiefs Association

RACIAL PROFILING – 2015
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

POLICE / CITIZEN CONTACT – 2019
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

IS-100 INTRODUCTION TO INCIDENT COMMAND – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

IS-700 NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

IS-200 NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – 2006
Federal Emergency Management Institute

IS-300 – NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – 2007
University of Missouri – Extension – Fire and Rescue Training Institute

IS-400 – NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – 2007
University of Missouri – Extension – Fire and Rescue Training Institute

RADAR OPERATIONS – 1989
Warrenton Police Department

IDENTI-KIT SYSTEM – 1991
Identi-Kit Company, Inc.

IPMBA POLICE CYCLIST – 1995
St. Louis County Police Academy

LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTINUTING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS – 1996
Missouri Department of Public Safety – POST Program

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 1996
Missouri Sheriff’s Association

RADAR SPEED MEASURMENT CERTIFICATION – 2002
Eastern Missouri Law Enforcement Training Academy

ADULT DRUG COURT PLANNING INITIATIVE – 2003
National Drug Court Institute – BJA – DOJ

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2005
Missouri Sheriff’s Association

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2005
Missouri Sheriff’s Association

SEXUAL HARASSMENT – 2005
Eastern Missouri Police Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2006
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2007
Missouri Sheriff’s Association

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2007
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2008
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2008
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2009
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2009
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2010
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2010
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – MID WINTER CONFERENCE – 2011
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2011
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – PRE-SPRING CONFERENCE – 2012
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2012
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – PRE-SPRING CONFERENCE – 2013
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2013
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SPRING CONFERENCE – 2014
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2014
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SPRING CONFERENCE – 2015
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2015
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SPRING CONFERENCE – 2016
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2016
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANIMAL WELFARE & THE LAW – 2016
Missouri Humane Society

RESILIENCY AND BATTLEMIND: HOW OFFICERS COPE – 2017
Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare – CRIDER

RECOGNIZING TRAUMA, STRESS RESPONSES, AND PTSD – 2017
Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare – CRIDER

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SPRING CONFERENCE – 2017
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2017
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SPRING CONFERENCE – 2018
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SUMMER CONFERENCE – 2018
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

MISSOURI INTEROPERABILITY NETWORK – 2018
Missouri Statewide Interoperability Network

ANNUAL SHERIFF’S TRAINING – SPRING CONFERENCE – 2019
Missouri Sheriff’s Association Training Academy

EXCEL FOR PUBLIC SAFETY – 2019
Police Technical

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