Jim Mastoras began his law enforcement career with Arlington County Police Department (ACPD) in 1997. Soon after, he was assigned to a plain clothes unit and became an active member of the Civil Disturbance Team.
Jillian Snider began her career as a patrol officer with the NewYork Police Department in 2006. Throughout her career, Officer Snider served in various units including street narcotics enforcement, anti-crime, field intelligence, vice operations, and special operations.
Chad Bruckner began his career in the US Army in 1998. In his 8 years in the Army, he rose to the rank of staff sergeant in the Infantry branch and served overseas.
Ramon de la Cabada began his career as an Assistant State Attorney with the 20th Judicial District of Florida in 1991. During his two years as an ASA, he prosecuted a variety of crimes ranging from DUI to white collar and violent crime.
Officer Stevens began his career as a police officer with Terrell Hills Police Department in 1992. His duties included traffic enforcement, evidence collection, and crime investigation.
EricVan der Zanden began his law enforcement career in 2009 with the Dutch National Police Force in The Netherlands. As a senior constable, he patrolled the streets, monitored protests, and provided protection for political figures.
Chief James Small began his law enforcement career as a corrections officer with Waushara County Sheriff’s Office. Prior to becoming chief, he served in several roles including detective and corporal.
Mike Balioni started his law enforcement career with the New York Police Department as a foot patrol officer in 2007. Over the course of his career, Officer Balioni has received five medals for “Outstanding PoliceWork,” and received recognition as the “Cop of the Month” several times.
Lisel Petis began her career as a Deputy District Attorney in theWeld County’s District Attorney’s Office in 2012. During her time as a Deputy District Attorney, she participated in and litigated intimate partner violence and unlawful sexual contact cases.
Sheriff Currie Myers began his career in 1985 as a state trooper in Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP). His duties included traffic enforcement, patrol, and fatality traffic investigations.
Dean Isabella began his law enforcement career in 1987 with the Providence Police Department in Rhode Island. He served as Commander of the Special Projects Unit, Acting Director of the Providence Emergency Management Agency, and Grant Coordinator.
Judge John Leonardo began his career as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County, Maryland in 1972. He also served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Indiana and the District of Arizona from 1973 until 1992.
NewYork State Inspector General Lucy Lang is a lifelong NewYorker, attorney, and educator. She previously served as Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, a national nonprofit, and as an Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan, where she investigated and prosecuted violent crimes including domestic violence and homicides and served as Special Counsel for Policy […]
Michele Worobiec is a former municipal judge for the city of Marion, Ohio, where she served for more than six years.Worobiec began her legal career in 1997 with Selig & Hrabcak & Co., L.P.A., as Attorney, Co-Founder and Vice President. In 2000, she joined Kegler Brown Hill & Ritter as Associate Attorney.Worobiec became Magistrate/Acting Judge […]
In 2001, Rittenhouse began her law enforcement career as a member of the Crime Scene Identification Unit with the Huntington Police Department in Huntington, WV. In 2003, she joined the Collier County Sheriff’s Department in Naples, FL as a Crime Scene Investigator.
Deputy Sheriff Alyshia Dyer began her law enforcement career in 2012 with the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department in Michigan. She served as a youth resource officer and was responsible for managing community policing and family engagement strategies to deter youth crime.
Assistant District Attorney Sean Powers began his career in 2012 as a defense attorney for his own law office, The Law Office of Sean Powers. Shortly thereafter, ADA Powers began working with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office as an assistant district attorney.
Deputy Chief Marlene Radzik began her career in 1989 as a corrections officer with the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office. As Radzik continued her career, she made her way up the chain of command to commander in 2014.
Detective Jacob Tilton began his career in 2013 as a patrol officer with the Memphis Police Department in Tennessee. In 2019, Jacob Tilton was awarded the Lifesaving Medal for saving a man who had a gunshot wound.
Lieutenant Sarko Gergerian began his career in 2010 as a patrol officer with Winthrop Police Department. In 2016, he received the Outstanding Service and Contribution award; in 2019, Lieutenant Gergerian was subsequently awarded the Department of Mental Health & Law Enforcement Award.