Photo Name Summary City State
Justice Rebeca Martinez

In 2013, Justice Martinez was elected to the Fourth Court of Appeals for the State of Texas, where she currently serves. She is a member of the State Bar Pro Bono College and the College of the State Bar.

Judge Beckie Palomo

Judge Beckie Palomo began her legal career as a prosecutor in the Webb County District Attorney’s Office, where she served for eight years and advocated on behalf of crime victims. In 2007, Judge Palomo was unanimously appointed as the Webb County Community Supervision and Corrections Department Director where she oversaw the rehabilitation of over 2800 […]

Chief Steve Moore (Ret.)

Steve Moore began his law enforcement career in 1977 as an officer in the Hurst Police Department in Texas. He initially served as an animal control officer and quickly rose through ranks as a patrol officer, corporal, sergeant, and lieutenant.

Detective Neil Woods (Ret.)

Neil Woods served with the Derbyshire Constabulary for 26 years as a Detective and Detective Sergeant. For thirteen of those years, he worked undercover on drug cases, purchasing heroin and crack cocaine and infiltrating organized crime. He trained social workers and youth social workers on the effects of drugs and taught undercover techniques throughout Yorkshire […]

Officer James “Flaming Eagle” Mooney (Fmr.)

  James Mooney spent more than a decade in Utah State law enforcement and the State Department of Corrections, during which he established a reputation as one of the most successful undercover police officers in Utah. In 1993, he was given the Citizen’s Award of Commendation from the State of Utah, signed by Governor Mike […]

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 (Ret.)

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.