Alumni Update

Logos for STAFSCol Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd) (MS ’88) was appointed Comptroller-General of the Nigerian Customs Service. The national organization has the dual role of ensuring speedy delivery of international goods while maintaining systematic and effective intervention to control economic crime, money laundering, terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, intellectual property rights, and disposal of toxic and hazardous waste.

Jim Clay, a graduate of LEMIT Leadership Command College, was promoted to Assistant Chief of the Beaumont Police Department.

The College of Criminal Justice mourns the loss of Constable A.J. Dorr of Fort Bend County Precinct 1, who served in the post since 1997.

The College of Criminal Justice was saddened to learn of the death of Alumnus David O. Garrett, a police officer and accident investigator with the Corsicana Police Department who later served as a Captain with the Ennis Police Department.

Grimes County Chief Deputy Todd Greene recently graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Logos for STAFSMark Herman, a graduate of LEMIT’s Leadership Command and Constable Leadership College, recently was appointed Constable for Harris County Precinct 4 by the Harris County Commissioners Court.

SHSU Graduate Sarah Martinez recently was sworn in as a Lubbock Police Officer.

David Nelson was recognized with the Top Gun Award at the College of the Mainland Basic Peace Officers Academy.

Dr. Joe Serio (Ph.D. ’11) recently co-authored a fitness guide for law enforcement officers with Matt Wagner, Associate Professor at the Health and Kinesiology Center. The book is titled Getting Healthy: 50 Lessons on Fitness for Law Enforcement.

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