Photo Name Summary City State
Kenyen Brown, U.S. Attorney (Fmr.)

Kenyen Brown began his career as a Deputy District Attorney in Montgomery, Alabama, and transitioned shortly thereafter to the Southern District of Alabama as an Assistant United States Attorney.

Special Agent Finn Selander (Ret.)

  The son of a Holocaust survivor, Finn Selander grew up knowing he wanted a career in law enforcement, fighting for truth and justice. The TV shows of his youth inspired him to help society.

Deputy Sheriff Jay Fleming (Fmr.)

For 15 years, Jay Fleming fought against the burgeoning drug trade as a police officer in Spokane, Washington. He trained undercover narcotics officers and hired out to other departments across the Northwest, conducting long-term undercover investigations for murder, drugs, and money laundering cases.  

Deputy Sheriff Nick Dial (Fmr.)

Nicholas “Nick” Dial has served as both a deputy sheriff and a municipal police officer. Nick is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Golden Key International Honor Society, Alpha Beta Cappa Honor Society, and Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society.

Officer Jack Wilborn (Ret.)

Jack Wilborn joined the Glendale Police Department as a reserve officer in the mid 1980s because he wanted to serve his friends, family, and neighbors through volunteer work. In his department, reserve officers performed nearly the same role as active duty police.

Chief Chris Magnus

Chris Magnus began his career in 1979 as a dispatcher with the City of Lansing, Michigan. He later became a deputy sheriff with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department before transitioning to the Lansing Police Department, where he eventually rose to Captain of Administrative Services.

Kurt Altman, Assistant U.S. Attorney (Fmr.)

Kurt Altman worked for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office for close to 6 years where he was responsible for prosecuting hundreds of criminal cases ranging from homicide and capital cases to complex white collar matters. In 2001, he became the Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona.

Chief Sylvia Moir

Sylvia Moir began her law enforcement career in 1990 as an officer for the Sacramento Police Department. Over the course of 18 years, Moir served in every division of the department including Metro Operations, Special Investigations, and the Office of the Chief.

Judge Ronald Reinstein

Judge Ronald Reinstein began his legal career in 1974 as the Deputy Attorney for Maricopa County. In 1985, he was appointed to the bench of the Arizona Superior Court.

Detective Nick Morrow (Fmr.)

  Nick Morrow served as a deputy sheriff and detective for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, where he worked custody, patrol, narcotics and training assignments. He was certified as a Drug Recognition Expert Instructor and provided training to hundreds of law enforcement officers.