Name Summary State
Officer David Doddridge (Ret.)

David Doddridge joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1973, where he earned his detective badge. He’s an expert in police procedure, crisis intervention, narcotics investigations and no-knock raids, juvenile crimes, and sex crimes.  

Detective Justin Boardman (Fmr.)

Justin Boardman served in the West Valley City Police Department for 15 years, rising from patrol officer to detective with the Special Victims Unit. In his eight years as a patrol officer, he was awarded the Police Star, as well as multiple Life Saving, Distinguished Service, and Meritorious Service Awards.

Chief John I. Dixon III (Fmr.)

  John I. Dixon, III joined law enforcement in the 1980s. He first served in the US Marine Corps and then for 25 years as a police officer in Richmond, Virginia, rising from patrol officer to the rank of major. He became Chief of Police in 2007.  

Jamie Haase, Special Agent (Fmr.)

Jamie Haase is a former special agent for U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, where he investigated and prosecuted crimes including human trafficking, narcotics smuggling, and money laundering. Before that, he served as a U.S. Customs Inspector where his responsibilities included reviewing manifests, targeting shipments, and inspecting foreign vessels and cargo for suspected contraband.    

Tim Heaphy, U.S. Attorney (Fmr.)

Tim Heaphy served as United States Attorney for the Western District of Virginia from 2009 to 2015. As U.S. Attorney, Heaphy was responsible for prosecuting federal crime in areas such as national security, financial and health care fraud, international and national organized crime, public corruption, and money laundering.

Lt. Col. Lenmuel Terry

Lt. Col. Lenmuel Terry began his law enforcement career in 1976 as a trooper for the Virginia State Police. He initially worked patrol assignments in Caroline County, Chesapeake, and Fredericksburg.

Kimberly Cheney, Attorney General (Fmr.)

Kimberly Cheney was elected State’s Attorney of Vermont’s Washington County in 1968 and Attorney General of Vermont in 1972.    

City Attorney Pete Holmes

After nearly 25 years of working as a business litigation attorney, Peter Holmes was elected to be the Seattle City Attorney, the only elected city attorney in Washington state. He serves as Seattle’s misdemeanor prosecutor and has supervisory control of all of the city’s litigation.

Chief Norm Stamper (Ret.)

  Norm Stamper was a police officer for 34 years, the first 28 in San Diego, and the last six as Seattle’s police chief. In his 28 years with SDPD Norm rose quickly through the ranks and as deputy chief sen/ed in each of the department’s bureaus.

James Doherty, Chief Prosecutor (Fmr.)

Jim Doherty has worked as a prosecutor, corrections officer, and public defender. In total, he has been practicing law for over 30 years, including  as a felony public defender in Oregon,  a municipal prosecutor for several cities in Washington, and as the Chief Prosecutor in the Attorney General’s office in American Samoa.    

Chief Betty Taylor (Ret.)

Betty Jane Taylor is a retired Chief of Police for the Winfield Police Department in Missouri. She was honored as the Lincoln County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year in 2001.

Deputy Sheriff Darren Ullmann

Darren Ullmann is a Deputy Sheriff with the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Ullmann has been with the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office since 2001 and he has worked in search and rescue, training, court security, and narcotics: specifically focusing on methamphetamine-enforcement and undercover assignments with informants.

Sheriff Sue Rahr (Ret.)

Sue Rahr began her law enforcement career in 1979 as a patrol officer in the King County Sheriff’s Office. She served in Precincts Two and Three, where she worked undercover narcotics assignments for 5 years.

Lt. Colonel Arthur Rizer (Ret.)

Lt. Col. Arthur Rizer (Ret.) began his career in 1994 as a private in the U.S. Army. He subsequently served as an armor officer and later became a commander in the military police.

Chief Art Howell

Art Howell began his career in the Racine WI Police Department in 1984. He served in a number of roles including gang unit officer, traffic investigator, detective, and public information officer.

Dr. Jim Nolan

  James (Jim) Nolan served in the Wilmington, Delaware police department for 13 years, seven of those years in the drug unit investigating drug conspiracy cases. He was involved in the execution of hundreds of search warrants, often storming through the doors of unsuspecting people on no-knock warrants. During the 19803, he was assigned to […]