Joe Disalvo began his law enforcement career in 1985 as a patrol officer for the Aspen Police Department. Disalvo later joined the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office and moved through the ranks from Investigator, Director of Investigations, and Deputy Sheriff.
Joseph Iniguez has served as the Chief of Staff for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office since 2021. As Chief of Staff for George Gascón’s Office, Mr. Iniguez assists in directing and planning operational, policy, and strategic aspects of the District Attorney’s Office.
Sheriff Eliezer “Eli” Rivera began his extensive law enforcement career in 1989 as a corrections officer with the Cheshire County Department of Corrections. In 1991, he joined the Keene Police Department as a police officer.
Antoine Ensley began his law enforcement career in 1992 with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in the City of Charlotte, NC. He served for 12 years as a senior police officer, police field training officer, SWAT team crisis negotiator, background investigator, police sergeant, and supervisor-shift commander.
Judge Arthur Hunter began his law enforcement career in 1981 as a police officer with the New Orleans Police Department. He worked on patrol in the Urban Squad and Fifth District serving the public housing developments and 7th, 8th, and 9th Wards of the city of New Orleans.
Officer Bryan Rose began his law enforcement career with the Irving Police Department in 2000. As a patrol officer, he handled every type of call imaginable for the next several years.
Chief Paulding began his career in law enforcement in 1972 in Plymouth, MA. He later became the Chief of Police for Grafton, MA in 1998 before continuing his career in Florida, where he joined the Gulf Breeze Police Department as their Chief in 2001.
Thomas Schoolcraft started his law enforcement career in 2011 as a Corrections Officer at the Cheshire County Department of Corrections in New Hampshire. He is currently a Transitions Coordinator for the Minnesota Department of Corrections at Stillwater Prison and Oak Park Heights maximum security prison in Minnesota.
Dr. Christi Smith began her career in law enforcement as an adult probation and parole officer in 2002. Since then, she has worked with several counties in Pennsylvania as a drug court specialist and a forensic mental health specialist, doing extensive investigatory work into the domestic violence of repeat offenders.
Ranger Tanya Smith began her law enforcement career in 2011 as an intern at the Erie International Airport Police Department. In 2017, she became a ranger in the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR).
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.