Thursday, December 15, 2016

Alumni Update from LEMIT and SHSU College of Criminal Justice

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Here is the latest news on alumni from the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas and Sam Houston State University, College of Criminal Justice.

Alumna Dr. Leanne Alarid was named a full professor and Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Texas at El Paso.

Alumnus Charles “Chuck” Andrews joined the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists as a Senior Advisor.

Alumnus Michael Cary Brodsgaard , former Assistant Director of the Wharton/Matagorda County Community Corrections, passed away on Aug. 14, 2016

Alumnus Laurie Christensen, who serves as adjunct instructor for the College of Criminal Justice, was elected President of the Texas Fire Marshals Association.

Richard Crow was elected Constable, Precinct 1, in Winkler County.

Alumnus Bill Gollmitzer serves as an Assistant Professor of Law and Safety at Vincennes University in Indiana.

Alumna Tonja Marshall, who retired as a Special Agent with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, was appointed Vice President/Compliance Officer with the Global Investigations Unit of Citibank in Fort Lauderdale, FL. A co-founder of the South Texas Human Trafficking Task Force, she now serves on the Advisory Board for 1 Human Trafficking Coalition.

Alumnus Anthony Rider, a former FBI Supervisory Agent, was named a Distinguished Alumni by the Pine Tree Independent School District.

Alumnus Jason Rodriguez was named Assistant Chief for the Dallas Independent School District Police.

Billy Wayne Rosenbaum, former Sheriff and Constable for Washington County, passed away on Aug. 20, 2016.

Alumnus Stewart Russell, Police Chief for the Pasadena Independent School District Police Department, was inducted into the South Houston High School Hall of Fame.

LEMIT Instructor Raymond Shaw was appointed Acting Police Chief in Shenandoah.

Former Bearkat Steven Squier, a Deputy in the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to the Texas Crime Stoppers Council.

Gregory Winston, a graduate of CMIT’s National Jail Leadership Command Academy, was appointed superintendent of the New River Valley Jail.