Tamara Armstrong
Tamara is the Senior Vice President and Director of Employee Benefits with Hunt Insurance Group, LLC. She has been in the insurance industry for twenty-five years, primarily working with sheriffs, county governments, and members of the public safety community for the last 11. Prior to joining Hunt, Tamara worked for Aetna in Connecticut.
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Brian Baacke
Brian Baacke has been serving the people of Florida with his life and health insurance licenses since 2002. He is a lifetime member of The Corporation for Long-Term Care Certification (CLTC) since 2005 and has been working with employer groups offering Group Medicare Supplements. Brian has received extensive training on income maximization and Social Security strategies and uses his knowledge daily to help clients maximize their lifetime benefits. Because of Brian’s exceptional professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct, and outstanding client service, Brian has qualified as a top producer with the Premier Association for Financial Professionals®, the Million Dollar Round Table.
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Laura Bedard
Laura E. Bedard, Ph.D. began her work in corrections as a jail administrator in 1984. In 2005, she became the first female Deputy Secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections where she was responsible for the third largest correctional system in the country. Dr. Bedard has published and lectured worldwide on a number of corrections-related topics including women in prison, mental health issues and correctional leadership. Dr. Bedard is currently serving as the Chief of Corrections for the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office in Sanford, Florida.
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Joel Bello
Lieutenant Joel Bello served as commander for the Miami Dade Police Special Response Team for three years and currently serves as commander for the PRT. Lt. Bello has been involved with the PRT since its inception to include helping draft the Mass Casualty Attack Response Plan used by the department and PRT and the policies that guide our response.
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Benjamin Benedict
Katina Bouza
Katina Bouza began her career with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office in 1990. She is currently the Corrections Support Division Director for the Collier County Jail. She is responsible for Admissions & Release, Jail Services, Inmate Systems & Services, Pretrial Supervision, Jail Records, Inmate Programs, and Reintegration. Director Bouza has a BA in Criminal Justice Technology and a Masters of Arts in Administration from Barry University. She serves on a number of boards and committees which focus on pretrial justice, mental health and substance abuse disorders.
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Nic Breeding
A seasoned public affairs professional, Nic’s 16-year background comprises leadership positions in government, politics and public relations at the national, state and local levels. Nic leads communications programs for high-profile clients, applying his previous experience managing White House strategic initiatives and events as well as presidential, congressional, gubernatorial and state constitutional grassroots campaigns. Nic has directed numerous proactive media and influencer campaigns surrounding corporate reputation, community engagement and sustainability initiatives across the U.S. for key clients, namely Nestlé Waters North America, FedEx, and Bank of America.
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Kevin Brooks
Kevin’s Story has reached over half a million people in well over 1,000 high schools and community sponsored events. He has been the keynote speaker at numerous Provincial, State, and National conferences and has appeared in various media programs such as The Tyra Show in 2007 and the Reebok "Be More Human Campaign", which aired during Super Bowl XILX.
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Louis Callard
Louis Callard is the Co-Founder and lead instructor of EasyDriftUSA. He currently serves as President of Easydrift America Division.
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Darren Chambers
Captain Darren Chambers: Began his career with the Polk County Sheriff's Office in 2002. He has worked from Detention Deputy to the Central County Jail Commander gaining experience at the Polk County Juvenile Boot Camp, Inmate Housing, Detention Coordinator at the Institute of Public Safety, and the Polk County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team. He is a Certified Public Manager, Certified Jail Manager, and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida and a Master's Degree in Criminology from Florida State University.
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Craig Chown
Brandy Conway
Brandy Conway has been a Police Officer with Miami-Dade Police Department for over 20 years. She began investigations in the Kendall district where she was assigned to the Burglary Squad. In 2007, she transferred to the Miami-Dade Police Department's Homeland Security Bureau and was assigned the Domestic Terrorism sector. Brandy has monitored the Sovereign Citizen movement, as well as other Anti-government threat groups for the last 12 years.
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Tim Coxwell
Tim is an ASE certified Master Automotive Technician, Parts Specialist, and Service Consultant. He earned his CAFM from NAFA in December of 2017 and his CPFP from APWA in March of 2018. He has managed the fleet at Leon County Sheriff's Office since September of 2013. His shop has been recognized with ASE's Blue Seal of Excellence 4 consecutive years. LCSO has 915 VEUs and 6 technicians.
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Mike Crews
Michael D. Crews
Chief of Risk Management, Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Institute

Michael (Mike) Crews will oversee the Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Institute, including loss control services that are provided to our member Sheriffs. He began his career with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) in 1987 and held positions within the program area, including Training and Research Manager in FDLE’s newly created Leadership Center. Bureau Chief of Standards in the Professionalism Program, Director of the Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute and FDLE Leadership Center and was appointed Director of the Professionalism Program within FDLE.

Michael Crews also served as the Secretary for the Florida Department of Corrections. Mike is a graduate from Florida State University and is a certified instructor through the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission. He is also a graduate of the Chief Executive Seminar (Class 22), provided by the Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute.
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Julia Davidyan
Julia Davidyan has a Doctorate in Business Administration (Accounting) from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. She also holds a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Mrs. Davidyan is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP). Prior to joining the City of Delray Beach as their Internal Auditor, Mrs. Davidyan served as the Chief Audit Officer for the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) and an External Audit Senior with Deloitte & Touche Chicago.
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Zack Dunlap
Zack Dunlap is the Director of Business Development for Inspired Technologies, a leading Information Technology service provider headquartered in Tallahassee, FL. The Florida Sheriffs Association has partnered with Inspired Technologies to create the Managed Information Technology (IT) Services Program to assist sheriffs’ offices that need IT support tailored specifically for the county law enforcement organization. These services provide access to resources already familiar with the sheriffs’ IT ecosystem with discounted fixed cost service agreements. Inspired has more than 16 years of experience as an organization with consistent ownership since its inception.
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Wayne Evans
Wayne Evans is a shareholder with Allen Norton and Blue P.A., a labor and employment firm representing management. He serves as General Counsel for the Florida Sheriffs Association and his practice is largely devoted to the representation of the sheriffs of the State of Florida. He has a particular expertise in employment law as well as the many legal issues involving law enforcement including internal
investigations and discipline. He has been representing sheriffs in employment litigation since 1993, and frequently conducts training on a variety of employment-related topics relevant to law enforcement. He previously served as an Assistant General Counsel at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles from 1982 -1993 and advised the Division of the Florida Highway Patrol.

Mr. Evans is a member of the Florida Bar and the Labor and Employment Law section of the Florida Bar. He is admitted to the federal courts in the State of Florida, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court and has appeared in cases before these courts. His substantial litigation experience consists of cases involving claims under Title VII, The Age Discrimination in Employment Act, The Americans with Disabilities Act, The Family and Medical Leave Act, the Whistle-blower's Act, and The Florida Civil Rights Act. In addition, he serves as counsel to administrative boards that hear disciplinary appeals and has presented cases before administrative boards regarding employee appeals.

Mr. Evans publishes frequently in matters of interest to sheriffs through legal alerts or articles in the quarterly Florida Sheriffs Association All Points Bulletin. He has also presented at seminars of the Florida Association of Police Attorneys and is a past president of this association.

He is a resident of Tallahassee and is actively involved at the Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More Catholic Church, where he serves as a lector, member of the Parish Council, and as a member and past president of the St. Vincent Paul Society.
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Douglas Gillikin
Doug Gillikin is an Audit Manager with James Moore & Company. As a CPA, Doug serves as an accountant and advisor to nonprofit organizations and government entities. Considered an invaluable resource to these organizations, Doug has direct experience developing solutions to strengthen internal controls and improve financial reporting. As a result of his experience, Doug serves as an integral member of the firm’s Government and Nonprofit Services Teams. Doug is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accounts, the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA), the FICPA State & Local Government Section, and the Florida Government Finance Officer's Association.
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Barbara Gisondi
Riki Greenbaum
Sergeant Riki Greenbaum graduated from the University of Rhode Island and has over 15 years in law enforcement experience. She has been a sergeant at the Real Time Crime Center for approximately three years. Currently her assignment is the day-time operations sergeant for the MDPD RTCC.
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Kevin Guthrie
Mr. Guthrie has vast experience in Public Safety and Emergency Management in the state of Florida. He spent 23 years as a Police Officer and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. He served as the Public Safety and Emergency Management Director for the Flagler County Board of County Commissioners for two years before moving on to Pasco County where he was the Assistant County Administrator for Public Safety. In October 2018, Governor Rick Scott appointed Kevin as Chief of Staff for FDEM. In January of 2019, Governor Ron DeSantis appointed him as Deputy Director of FDEM.
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Richard Habgood
A native third generation Floridian, Richard has worked in law enforcement technology in Orange County for over 16 years. For the past seven years he has served as the IT Security Manager for the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Orlando, FL. His daily duties range from compliance, end user education, acquisition, and implementation of internal security controls. He holds multiple technical certifications in Information Security and Systems Administration (CISSP, GPPA, MCSA & MCDBA). He has completed a master degree in Applied Information Management from the University of Oregon and a MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.
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Ashton Heisterman
Ashton Heisterman re-joins the Florida Accreditation Office as a program manager after having served as an administrative assistant with the office in 2014. She began her career with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) in 2008 as an OPS senior clerk within the Bureau of Professional Development. Ashton has also worked for the Bureau of Training and served in the Tallahassee Regional Operations Center. Most recently she served in the FDLE Commissioner’s Office.

Ashton holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Florida State University.
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Lee Herring
Daniel “Lee” Herring is a long time member of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. He has worked in a variety of positions within the CJIS Division and throughout the department. Currently, he serves as the Senior Management Analyst Supervisor of the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) section in the Criminal Justice Analyst Bureau. Some of the current projects undergoing development include the Florida Incident-Based Reporting System (FIBRS), the Uniform Arrest Affidavit (UAA), and the FIBRS State-sponsored Record Management System (RMS).
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Daniel Jarvis
Dan Jarvis earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of Central Michigan in 2010 while on active duty in the U.S. Army. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2014 as a Sergeant First Class and a combat infantryman: Two combat deployments to Iraq in 2007-2008 (15 months) and Afghanistan in 2011-2012 (12 months). Dan worked for the Polk County Sheriff's Office as a deputy sheriff for 6 years and 5 months. Currently the cofounder of 22Zero and Executive Director, their motto is Healing the Hero.
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Caroline "Sue" Klaus
Lt. Klaus has been with the MDPD for 24 1/4 years. During her tenure with the MDPD, she has held the following assignments: Field Training Officer, Field Training Coordinator, Detective, Commander of General Investigations Bureau, Lieutenant of Recruitment & Selection for all hiring of MDPD employees, and the past 2 1/2 years at the Real-Time Crime Center.
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Michael Kridel
Michael Kridel, CPA/CFF/CITP, CFC, is a forensic accountant and educator with over 40 years of experience. He practices in South Florida and teaches ethics and professional practice subjects at universities, high schools, and seminars around the country. Mr. Kridel has played a key role in many landmark civil cases in Florida and more than one of his cases has been made into a film. He has numerous professional designations and is a testifying expert in numerous jurisdictions. Mr. Kridel is the longest-serving commissioner on the Palm Beach Commission on Ethics and has received numerous professional and community awards and recognition for public service.
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Dan Lancaster
Dan is an Account Executive with Hunt Insurance Group, LLC. He has been in the insurance industry for seven years, primarily working with sheriffs, county governments, and members of the public safety community. Prior to joining Hunt, Dan was an underwriter for an insurance company in the greater Atlanta area.
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Cindy Lau Evans
Cindy Lau-Evans is the Asst. Director, Equal Opportunity Programs, Miami Dade College, the largest institution of higher education in the U.S. She has 25+ years’ experience in HR management and specializes in strategic talent management & development, diversity & inclusion, conflict resolution and employee relations in small companies to large corporations in the financial, physical security services and higher education sectors. She served as Diversity Director for the Florida Council of a national HR association; currently, she is a District Director. Cindy earned her BA, Psychology and MS.Ed at The University of Miami.
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Carol Laudicina
Steve Leavitt
Sheena Lovette
Ms. Lovette's background began by serving in the US Army, Legal & Communications field for approximately 9 years. Ms. Lovette is currently a 26 year veteran with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office who currently holds the position as the Crime Analysis Unit Manager. Ms. Lovette is a qualified Instructor on the subject matter of Crime Analysis for her agency as well as for other Regional Law Enforcement agencies.
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Shelly Marks
Shelly is a Claims Attorney for the Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Fund. She manages law enforcement liability claims and lawsuits filed against the Sheriffs in the Florida Panhandle and oversees labor law claims for FUND members located in South Florida. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Florida International University and her J.D. from Nova Southeastern University. Prior to law school Shelly worked for the Federal Bureau of Prisons and American Express, Worldwide Security. She was an Assistant Attorney General in the Corrections Litigation Division prior to coming to work for the FUND.
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Terri McClanahan
Terri McClanahan joined the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office in 2011 as the Comptroller overseeing the Finance Department. Terri holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Baldwin-Wallace College and a Master’s degree in Accounting from Saint Leo University. She is a Certified Government Finance Officer and a Certified District Manager in the state of Florida. Terri began her career in Governmental Accounting in 2003 as an Accounting Supervisor for the Citrus County BOCC. In 2004 she became the Proprietary Funds Accountant for the Hernando County Clerk of Circuit Courts. She was promoted to the Assistant OMB Director for the Hernando County BOCC in 2006 and became the CFO.
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Christopher McDeed
Mr. McDeed is the Technology Solutions Operations Manager for the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office with a passion for analytics and business intelligence dashboards. He is a Certified Government Chief Information Officer, ITIL Subscriber, and Project Management enthusiast. He draws on his 10 years of military experience in the US Army with the 7th Special Forces Group, Various Communications units, and Military Police work. He spent 6 years helping the banking industry to understand their data and the past 7 in local government doing the same. Let’s explore some Dashboards!
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Michelle McHale
Michelle McHale is the Practice Leader for Plante Moran's Investigative Services Group. She has assisted counsel in discovery matters by providing damage-related document requests, interrogatories, affidavits and potential deposition questions. Michelle has testified at trial regarding economic damage calculations and forensic accounting findings.
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Jeff McIntyre
Jeff McIntyre, BSN, CCHP, is the Health Services Administrator for NaphCare and the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office medical contractor. Jeff has 28 years of experience within the healthcare industry. Jeff is a retired firefighter, trauma nurse, and medical administrator with a very diverse background. He has worked in correctional medicine for 12 years and has managed 21 different facilities ranging from an average daily population of 500 to 4,000. Jeff was previously the Senior VP of Jail Operations for NaphCare, Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and is a member of the National Honor Society of Nursing.
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Rick Meli
Major Rick Meli has been employed with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Florida for 30 years and has acquired diverse experience working in several areas of the agency including the Uniform Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, Human Resources Division, Narcotics Section, Tactical and Bicycle Units, Training Section, and Quality Assurance Section. His experience includes 15 years with the agency’s SWAT Team where he held the position of Team Leader and Counter Sniper. Major Meli is currently assigned to the Uniformed Patrol Division and manages approximately 860 personnel. He has the additional responsibility as one of the Agency’s High Risk Incident Commanders. Major Meli is a certified Florida Department of Law Enforcement instructor with the Florida Criminal Justice Standards & Training Commission in general law enforcement topics and firearms. He received his bachelor degree in general studies with a minor in criminal justice from Columbia College and attended the 275th FBI National Academy and the 3rd annual Florida Sheriff’s Association Academy. He is a member of the National Tactical Officers Association and Florida Swat Association.
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Robert Miller
Robert “Bobby” Miller is a veteran homicide investigator with the Miami-Dade County Police Department (MDPD) and has been with the agency for over twenty-nine years. His fourteen plus years of experience in the Homicide Bureau included assignments in the Cold Case Squad, Rotational Homicide Team, Strategic Investigations Squad, and the Traffic Homicide Unit. Det. Miller is a committee member with the Florida Sheriff’s Association Statewide Cold Case Advisory Commission and Vice President for the National Homicide Investigators Association (NHIA). Approaching retirement, Det. Miller is currently assigned to the agency’s Professional Compliance Bureau-Public Corruption Section.
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Beth Mitchell
Beth Mitchell, DO, serves as the Medical Director at the Hillsborough County Jail. She has over 16 years of experience working in correctional medicine and is a board certified internist. Dr. Mitchell completed medical school at the University of Medicine & Dentistry, School of Osteopathic Medicine in 1996 and her internal medicine residency in 1999. She also completed an infectious disease fellowship and Master of public health in 2003.
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Alan Mizrahi
Alan Mizrahi graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelors degree in psychology before earning his law degree, with honors, from the University of Miami. Mizrahi first started with the State Attorney’s Office in 1997 and left briefly to join the general litigation firm of Milton Leach in Jacksonville. Mizrahi returned to the State Attorney’s Office in 2004 and became a Division Chief in 2005. In 2007, he was named the Special Assault Unit’s Division Chief and became the Division’s Director in 2010. Mizrahi has prosecuted homicide cases since 2000. Mizrahi received the State Attorney Office’s Distinguished Service Award in 2012 and the Judicial Victim Advocate Award in 2009.
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David Palek
David Palek is an IT Enterprise Architect that has been in the Information Technology field for over 17 years. He joined the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office over 10 years ago and was directly responsible for dramatically reducing printing costs by analyzing and implementing centrally managed, secure, “Follow You Printing” services agency wide. David’s current focus is strategic and future state planning for all products and technologies used by the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and its partners.
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Juan Perez
Director Juan Perez
Miami-Dade Police Department

County Seat: Miami
Population: 2,693, 117

BA degree, organizational leadership, Saint Thomas University: AA degree, criminal justice, Miami-Dade College; FBI National Academy, Quantico, Va., 256th Session; graduate of Police Executive Leadership Institute; graduate of the FBI Leadership in Counter-Terrorism.

Police officer, 1990; police sergeant, 1996; police lieutenant, 2006; police captain, 2009; appointed to police division chief, 2012; appointed to deputy director, 2013; appointed to acting director, 2015; appointed to Director of Miami-Dade Police Department, 2016.

"I am honored for the opportunity to serve the Miami-Dade County community. Together we make a difference. "
~ Director Juan J. Perez

Honors and Affiliations
President of Police Officer Assistant Trust; Dade County Police Benevolent Association (PBA); Commissioner of Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc.
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Mark Rehder
With 35 years of professional work experience, Mark Rehder has been with the Seminole County Sheriff's Office for 22 years. He has completed extensive training in Critical Stress Management from the National Organization of Victim Services and the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and has responded to numerous local, statewide and national critical incidents which include officer involved shootings, child drownings, mass shootings, and natural disasters.
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John Roller
John Roller has been administering, consulting, and teaching computer hardware and software for the past 35 years. Mr. Roller has been at Microsoft for the past 18 years and has won the Circle of Excellence award, published a technical book, and released worldwide software in roles ranging from Business Development Manager to Program Manager to Technology Strategist where he currently serves as CTO for Florida state and local customers. He has a focus on security as a CISSP with a specialty in CJIS and Cloud Computing.
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Charles Schaeffer
Mr. Charles I. Schaeffer is the Director of the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). Mr. Schaeffer oversees the CJIS Administration and Operations units including the Crime Information Bureau, the Criminal Justice Analytics Bureau, the Firearms Eligibility Bureau, the Field Services & Audit Bureau, Criminal History Services Section, Major Projects Office, and the CJIS Director's Office/Business Support Sections.
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Brian Schnering
Captain Schnering is currently the Chief Inspector for the Office of Professional Standards for the Manatee County Sheriff's Office. He has been with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office since 2006 after retiring from a 21 year career in the United States Marine Corps. He has held a variety of command assignments during his tenure with the agency. Captain Schnering is considered a subject matter expert in a variety of areas including law enforcement administration, police discipline, internal affairs, organizational and strategic management, human resources, risk management, and operational and manpower planning. He is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a SHRM-Senior Certified Professional.
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Harriet Sespico
Raymond Shuford
Michael Snowhill
Deputy Snowhill has been employed for 15 years with the IRC Sheriff's Office: 2 years road patrol and 4.5 years traffic. His traffic experience includes Traffic Homicide Investigations, Traffic Crash Reconstruction, DUI unit and a former DRE. Deputy Snowhill spent 5 years in the Crime Scene Unit and has been in School Resource for 3.5 years.
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Diane Spearin
Diane joined EY in 2014 as a workshop leader and has 35 years of experience in financial services and benefits. She has been a Florida Retirement System workshop leader for 4 1/2 years. Prior to joining EY, Diane administered non-qualified deferred compensation and insurance benefit packages, provided personal financial planning, oversaw individual and institutional wealth management, and delivered retirement planning education workshops, one-on-one meetings, and consulting services.
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Michael Stephenson
Michael Stephenson has worked on behalf of the Florida Sheriffs for more than 20 years, beginning in 1999 when he served as outside trial counsel defending FSRMF member Sheriffs. In 2006, he continued his work with FSRMF becoming Claims Attorney and later Director of the Liability Claims Department, overseeing professional liability claims and automobile liability claims. He is a member of the Florida Bar and a graduate of the Stetson University College of Law and the University of Texas.
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Tom Stull
Tom has 25 years of IT experience encompassing the full range of systems: telecomm, network, phones, servers, computers, peripherals, software, project management and security. Prior to joining the PCSO, Tom worked for ECR International as Director of IT, Telperion Solutions Group as VP of Consulting Services where he developed "Do IT Once && Do IT Right" project methodology, and at Xerox as IT project manager. Tom’s tenure includes retirement of six ERP systems, global implementing of Oracle software as well as plant consolidations while building and strengthening productive lean IT teams. Tom has a Master of Science degree in Information Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology.
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Kyle Sutton
Kyle Sutton spent 2 years with Plante Moran's audit group, with a focus on healthcare, not-for-profit, and municipalities, before switching to their forensic practice in 2015. In this capacity, he has identified millions of dollars in embezzlement by performing data analytics and conducting interviews in complex investigations. In 2016, Kyle placed in the top 20 in Microsoft's international Excel competition - those skills which have transferred well into forensic analyses.
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Hal Trask
Hal Trask is currently the IT Solutions Delivery Manager for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and an experienced Information Technology professional with over 30 years of experience in software and database development and analysis. Hal is passionate about data analytics and information sharing and believes that data driven organizations are the key to value added services in Public Safety.
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Adriana Wagner
Ms. Wagner received her Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University Tampa in 2009. She currently practices as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Certified Correctional Healthcare Professional (CCHP) in the state of Florida and is a Qualified Supervisor for registered Mental Health interns. She has been a Clinical Supervisor in the substance abuse and mental health fields for 19 years, through community co-occurring programs in the Tampa Bay area. Ms. Wagner has been employed with Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and NaphCare, Inc. for the last 5 years, first as a Licensed Clinician, and now as the Mental Health Director for Hillsborough County Jails.
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Danielle Terrell
Stephen White
Stephen White is currently the Director of Technology Solutions for the Seminole County Sheriff's Office. Mr. White has over 30 years experience in Information Technology. He holds a Masters of Science in Computer Information Systems.
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Tyrone Williams
Currently, Senior Division Director, Labor Relations and Compensation Division, Miami-Dade County Human Resources Department (Feb. 2016-Present); C&R Senior Legal Advisor, Miami-Dade Corrections & and Rehabilitation Department (Aug. 2005-Sept. 2013); Assistant City Attorney, City of Miami - Office of the City Attorney (May 2003-Aug. 2005; Litigation Attorney, Troy D. Ferguson & Ass.(Jul. 2002-Apr. 2003); General Counsel/Asst. General Counsel, Dade County Police Benevolent Association (Mar. 1996-Jun. 2002); Asst. State Attorney, Office of the State Attorney/11th Judicial Circuit (Aug. 1991-Mar. 1996); Police Officer, Metropolitan Dade County (Aug. 1981-Jan. 1983).
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Dr. Shunpu Zhang
Dr. Zhang received his Ph.D. from the University of Alberta. Before coming to UCF, he was Professor of Statistics at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. While at Nebraska, he also served as Mathematical Statistician for the National Cancer Institute. Since 2015, he is Chair of Department of Statistics and Data Science at UCF. Dr. Zhang has a strong publication record reflecting broad research interests including empirical Bayes data analysis, bioinformatics, genetic epidemiology, health informatics, and big data analytics. At UCF, he led the development of the PhD program in Big Data Analytics, which is the first such program in Florida and one of the few in the world.
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