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Skills

Police Investigator
Assigments to the Homicide Unit, Gang Intell Unit, Arson Unit, Violent Crimes Unit, Armed Robbery Unit and Sexual Assault Unit over the Course of 15 years of Criminal Investigative experience 
Fire/Arson Investigation (Origin and Cause)
Judicially recognized expert witness in Fire/Arson Investigation (Origin and Cause)
Child Forensic Interviewer (Bilingual)
Interview children regarding allegations of sexual and physical abuse, using the Stepwise Method, in both English and Spanish
Police Officer Field Training Officer
Enforced criminal laws; identify, detain, and process wanted individuals Conducted  investigations of suspicious persons or situations and preliminary investigations of major crimes and criminal activity.  Interviewed suspects and witnesses, and prepare appropriate investigative reports. Prepare and testify in court as to the facts surrounding any criminal, departmental, or civil action.  Patrolled the City of Milwaukee in a police vehicle,  and/or on foot as directed, responding to emergency calls for service, reduced/prevented crime, protected persons and property. Operated a police vehicle in emergency situations involving speeds in excess of posted limits, in congested traffic, and in unsafe road conditions. Prepared accurate and complete reports of daily activitiesProvided assistance to the community in the areas of crime prevention, trained as a crime prevention officer Enforced motor vehicle laws to promote safety and reduce accidents, expedite traffic flow, and enforce Wisconsin State Statutes Perform duties in a special assignment capacity such as being trained as a Field training officer of new officers.  
Interviewing and Interrogation
Have taught this topic. I have have conducted interrogations on numerous high profile cases and sucessfully obtained confessions in both Spanish and English on cases such as homicides, sexual assaults, violent crimes, armed robberies, etc. I hold a very high confession rate. I am trained in the John E. Reid Method and have received substantial advanced training. 
Spanish Translator/Interrupter
Court Recognized Forensic. Certified Spanish Forensic Child Interviewer. Spanish/Polygraph Examiner, Spanish/English Interviews and Interrogations
Criminal Investigator
Specializing in polygraph forensic psychophysiology homicide, gang, arson and violent crime investigation, having successfully solved numerous high profile cases, including cases profiled in national media (Fox, America’s Most Wanted) and Internationally in Spanish (Unívisión, Aquí y Ahora) or accomplishments recognized in Strich Magazine and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. I am a trained Fire/Arson investigator, judicially recognized expert witness in Origin and Cause Investigation. 
Forensic Polygraph Exams
Trained in Experienced in several different techniques including the Federal Testing methods, PCSOT Testing, more than 225 exams on high profile criminal cases, such as homicides, sexual assaults, robberies, missing persons, etc. I am also trained in other methods of detection of deception such as Forensic Statement Analysis and SCAN. Detective Quist is the highest trained and one of the only Spanish/English Polygraph Examiners in the State of Wisconsin. Detective is Quist is ranked one of the best Spanish Speaking Polygraph examiners in the Midwest.

Interest

Forensic Psychology, Polygraph, Criminology, Child Psychology, Crisis Intervention, Homicide Investigations, Interview and Interrogation Techniques , Ironman Racing, Running, Triathlons, competitive open water swimming, running and strength training, travel, spending time with my children and family Computers, reading, studying/learning new things. 

References

Ricky Burems

Detective Burems and I were partners together on the Milwaukee Police Department Homicide Unit. We have known each other since before 1996. Det. Burems can attest to the quality, expertise, and professionalism at work, as well as my good nature and people skills. 

Eric Moore

Captain Moore was my direct supervisor on the Milwaukee Police Criminal Investigation Bureau. We have known each other since before 1996. Captain Moore can attest to the quality, expertise, and professionalism at work, as well as my good nature and people skills. 

John Siefert

Judge Siefert is a personal acquaintance of more than 20 years can attest to my background, character, quality and professionalism of my work and any other relevant information

Objective

Career/Personal Goals Long Range: A position that after my early retirement from the police

department that utilizes my foreign language skills, investigative, polygraph, and other skills to their fullest. Completion of 100+ swims Alcatraz across SF Bay, finishing my Ph.D. in psychology.

Short Range: Finishing another Ironman Ultra Distance 140.6 mile Triathlon a inTexas and Wisconsin.

Recommendations

  • Roberto Duarte Supervisor of Field Investigators at Time Warner Cable Matt was focus when working a case. He was very organized, a self starter and wrote very clear report. Matt attention to detail serve him will when polygraphing someone.
  • Ross McCarty
Chief of Police    Matthew works within a long and storied history of Milwaukee's superb polygraph unit. He continues to add to that professional history with his own contributions to the service.January 23, 2014, Ross was with another company when working with Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department

    I had the pleasure of both working with and supervising Matthew Quist for several years on the Milwaukee Police Department. Matthew was a highly motivated investigator, who consistently demonstrated a thorough understanding of all of the components of his job, and applied them on a regular basis. He continually improved his knowledge and skill set through continuing education, coupled with difficult and sensitive work assignments. He was a reliable professional who achieved and maintained a high rate of success, both independently and as a member of a larger investigative team. I would not hesitate to provide a recommendation for Matthew Quist.less January 23, 2014, Gary managed Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department

(former) U.S. Marine, Foreign forces trainer, outdoor survival training instructor "Matt is in the top 3 of professional investigative professionals that I have had the pleasure of working with in over 20 years of law enforcement, military operations, and Federal investigations. He has had a drive and determination, from the first time I met him working a foot patrol, to him assisting me as a police supervisor working complex felony criminal investigations on the street. He is focused, highly intelligent, and a problem solver. I know that going forward he will continue to be an asset to local, State, and Federal investigations in their quick resolution due to his 24/7 diligence." February 5, 2011, Jonathan E. worked directly with Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department Forensic Polygraph Examiner and Cold Case Polygraph Consulting "I've known Matthew Quist professionally as a fellow law enforcement officer and as a polygraph examiner. Matthew personifies the character and ethics model envious by many in our profession. Determined, Dedicated and loyal to the field of serving, I recommend Matthew to any task that he may pursue or be called upon, knowing that he will rise and welcome the challenge without pause." October 5, 2010, Anthony was with another company when working with Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department Detective at Kettering Police Department "I attended and graduated from polygraph school with Matthew in 2007. Since our graduation I have enlisted Matthew's assistance on numerous polygraphs both in the construction of questions and chart interpretation. I have also attended continuing education classes with Matthew and his knowledge in the polygraph field especially in administering a bilingual test without an interpreter is an asset to any company." January 29, 2010, Michael was with another company when working with Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department "I worked with Mathew while. I was a detective with the Milwaukee Police Department. Mathew was a dedicated and ethical professional. He was fluent in Spanish and was aware of cultural difference within the community and was able to navigate  those differences with ease." December 8, 2009, Antonio worked directly with Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department Certified Court Interpreter & Translator - Spanish "I have worked with Matt over the last 9 years. He is truly one of the best Spanish speaking officers I have ever worked with. Matt is always concerned with providing accurate Spanish language services and has always been professional and reliable." "I highly recommend Matt and his services." Dawn Maldonado Certified Spanish Interpreter December 7, 2009, Dawn was with another company when working with Matthew at Milwaukee Police Department

Portfolio

Portfolio

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Organizations (present or past)

  • Member of Milwaukee Police Honor Guard
  • Union Steward Milwaukee Police Association
  • US Triathlon Association (USTA)
  • US Masters Swim (USMS)
  • British European Polygraph Association
  • International Homicide Investigator’s Association
  • Crisis Negotiators of Wisconsin
  • International Association of Arson Investigators
  •  National Fire Academy Alumni Association
  • Latino Peace Officers Association
  • PSY CHI (Psychology National Honor Society)
  • American Association of Police Polygraphists
  • Wisconsin Polygraph Association (2010 Vice President)
  • John E. Reid Foundation
  • Ironman Foundation

Languages

  • Judicially recognized police Spanish/English Interrupter, spoken/written
  • Conversational Portuguese

Specialized Training

Polygraph Training

  1. American International Polygraph Institute, 1115 Mt. Zion Rd. Suite F. Morrow, GA 30260, Post Conviction Sex Offender Testing (APA), December 5th to 9th 2011, 40 hours
  2. American International Polygraph Institute, 1115 Mt. Zion Rd. Suite F. Morrow, GA 30260, DACA Federal Polygraph Testing Methods Conversation Course (APA), Jan 2010 80 hours
  3. Midwest Regional Polygraph Seminar, Grand Rapids MI,October 21-23, 2008, 24 hours
  4. National Training Center for Polygraph Science, Certified Expert Polygraphist, Milwaukee WI, 280 hours, 09/24/2007 to11/09/2007, including a thirty exam internship. Graduated/Certified on February 27, 2008.

4 Courses Total 424 Hours

Homicide/Death Investigations

  1. Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators, Death by Fire and Explosion, Appleton WI, 21 hours, April 18th to April 20th 2007
  2. Practical Homicide Investigation, Sex related Homicide and Death Investigation: Practical and Clinical Perspectives, Detroit MI, 24 Hours, May 16th to 18th 2005
  3. International Homicide Investigators Association 2003 Homicide Investigation Symposium, Las Vegas Metro PD/ Las Vegas FBI/ IHIA, 40 hours, September 7th to 12th 2003
  4. Advanced Practical Homicide Investigation, Las Vegas NV, 40 hours, December 2nd to 6th 2002
  5. Practical Homicide Investigation. Las Vegas NV, 24 hours, March 11th to 13th 2002

 5 Courses, 149 total hours

Crisis/Hostage Negotiations
  1. Milwaukee Police Department, Crisis Negotiators of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Department of Justice, Advanced Crisis Negotiations, Milwaukee WI, 40 hours, January 10th to 14th 2005
  2. Fox Valley Technical College, Crisis Negotiations and Killology with Lt. Col. David Grossman, 8 hours, October 21, 2004
  3. Milwaukee Police Department,/FBI and Crisis Negotiators of Wisconsin, Fundamentals of Crisis Negotiation, Milwaukee WI, 80 hours, April 29th to May 10, 2002
  4. Fox Valley Technical. College, Crisis Negotiators Training, Oshkosh WI, 24 hours, June 22nd to 24th 1999

4 Courses, 112 Total Hours

Interviews and Interrogations/Statement Analysis
  1. Spanish Forensic Child Interviewing, NCAC, Chicago IL, October 5th through October 9th 2010, 40 hours
  2. Intro to FBI Forensic Statement Analysis, Milwaukee WI, March 17th & 18th 2009, 16 hours
  3. Advanced Forensic Interview Training Stepwise, Milwaukee WI, February 9th to 11th 2009, 24 hours
  4. Stepwise Forensic Child Interviews, Children’s Hospital, South Milwaukee WI, May 19th to 21st 2008, 24 hours
  5. Wisconsin Department of Justice/Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Dept., Strategies’ for the Taped Interview Milwaukee WI, 16 Hours, March 16th to 17th 2006.
  6. Laboratory For Scientific Interrogation, “SCAN” Scientific Content Analysis,  Chicago IL, 32 hours, April 18th to 20th 2005
  7. Northeast Counter Drug Task force Training, Identifying Deceptive Behavior, Milwaukee WI, 32 hours, November 30th to December 3rd 2004
  8. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Interviews and Interrogation. Milwaukee WI, 24 hours, June 22nd to 24th 2004
  9. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Into to Interviews and Interrogations. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, June 6th 2004
  10. Wisconsin Polygraph Association, Interrogation  Techniques by Warren D. Holmes, Milwaukee WI, 8 hours, September 25, 1998
  11. John E. Reid and Associates, Advanced Interview and Interrogation, Atlantic City New Jersey, 16 hours, March 19th & 20th 1998
  12. John E. Reid and Associates, Interviewing and Interrogation, Minneapolis MN, 24 hours,  April 8th, 9th &10th 1997
                         12 classes, 281 Total hours Counter Drug/Counter Gang Investigations
  1. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/ St. Petersburg College, Surveillance Operations, Milwaukee WI, 16 hours,  April 12th and 13th 2005
  2. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St. Petersburg College, Use of Drug Informants, Surveillance Operations, Vehicle Searches/Hidden Compartments, Risk Management, Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, April 11th and 12th 2005
  3. Midwest Counter Drug Task Force Training Center, Undercover Techniques and Survival, Milwaukee WI, 40 hours, December 06th to 10th 2004
  4. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Conspiracy Investigations. 24 hours, June 14th to 16th 2004
  5. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Intro to Money Laundering. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours. June 12th 2004
  6. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Street Gangs III. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, June 7th & 8th 2004
  7. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Police Intelligence. Milwaukee WI. 16 hours, June 5th 2004
  8. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Into to Patrol Drug Investigations. Milwaukee WI. 16 hours, April 25th 2004
  9. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Into to Conspiracy Investigations. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, April 24th 2004
  10. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Into to Highway/Rural Drug Investigations, Milwaukee WI,16 hours, April 23rd 2004
  11. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Drug Identification. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, April 11th 2004
  12. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg college, Airport Narcotics Investigations. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, April 10th 2004
  13. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Intro to Clandestine Drug Labs. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, April 8th 2004
  14. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Criminal Street Gangs Overview. Milwaukee WI, 16 hours, April 7th 2004
  15. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Rave and Club Drug Investigations, Milwaukee WI, 8 hours, April 5th 2004
  16. Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training/St Petersburg College, Money Laundering/Financial Investigative Techniques, Milwaukee WI, 24 hours, February 23rd to 25th 2004
  17. Army Military Police School and the Multi Jurisdictional Counter Drug Task Force Training, Explosives Booby traps and Bomb Threat Management. Milwaukee WI, 4 hours of training

17  Courses, 292 Hours

Arson/Fire Investigation

  1. Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators, Death by Fire and Explosion, Appleton WI, 21 hours, April 18th to April 20th 2007
  2. IAAI/CFITrainer.net, Investigating Motor Vehicle Fires, Milwaukee, WI, 4 hours, January 14, 2007
  3. IAAI/CFITrainer.net, Introduction to Fire Dynamics/Fire Modeling, Milwaukee, WI, 4 hours, January 14, 2007
  4. USFA/Department of Homeland Security, National Fire Academy, Fire Dynamics/Fire Modeling, Emmetitsburg Maryland, 80 hours, December 11th  to 22nd 2006
  5. International Association of Arson Investigator, WI Chapter, Auto Fires Investigation/Live Burns, Sun Prairie WI, 14 Hours June 6th to 8th 2006
  6. International Association of Arson Investigator, WI Chapter, Fatal Fires, Auto Fires & Interviews/Interrogation, Stevens Point WI, 20 Hours June 6th to 8th 2006
  7. USFA/Department of Homeland Security, National Fire Academy, Fire/Arson Investigation, Emmetitsburg Maryland, 80 hours, January 9th to 20th 2006
  8. Wisconsin Department of Justice/State Fire Marshall, Basic Arson Investigations for Law Enforcement, Fon Du Lac WI, 40 hours, Dates: 10-02-2005 to 10-07-2005
  9. Wisconsin Chapter, International Association of Arson Investigator’s, Basic Fire and Arson Investigation, 20 Hours, Wausau WI, June 6th to 8th 2005.

9 Courses, 275 Hours

1533 hours specialized investigative training

Milwaukee Department Police Training

  1. Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance, Sexual Assault Investigation, Milwaukee WI, January 12th 2011, 8 hours
  2. Oregon State Attorney General’s Officer Non-Stranger Sexual Assault Response Investigation & Identifying Sex Offenders  Tools for Interview and Interrogation, Milwaukee WI, January 12th &12th 2011, 8 hours
  3. Milwaukee Police Academy,  Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Peace Officer Certification, 6680  N. Teutonia Ave. Milwaukee WI 53209 , 800 hours  Oct 28th 1991 to March 20th 1992 800 hours
  4. Milwaukee Police Academy,  Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Police Officer, In-service Training, 6680  N. Teutonia Ave. Milwaukee WI 53209, March 20th 1992  February 14th 2014, 880 hours
  5. Milwaukee Police Academy,  Police Detective Investigators Course, 6680  N. Teutonia Ave. Milwaukee WI 53209 , January 24th 1999 to February 12th 1999, 120 hours
  6. Milwaukee Police Academy,  Police Supervisor’s Course, 6680  N. Teutonia Ave. Milwaukee WI 53209 , February 14th  to March 4th 2005  120 hours
  7. Milwaukee Police Academy,  Police Field Training Officer’s Training Course, 6680  N. Teutonia Ave. Milwaukee WI 53209 , January 21st to 23rd 1997, 24 hours
  8. Milwaukee Police Academy,  Neighborhood Foot Patrol Officer/Crime Prevention Officer’s Course , 6680  N. Teutonia Ave. Milwaukee WI 53209, April 12th to 26th 1993 80 hours 8 Courses 2040 total hours, 1232 past the 800 hour Certification 3573 hours of total police training
  9. 1240 hours plus the 1533 equal 2773 hours of training past the original LESB Peace Officer Certification exceeding the State required 400 hours by another 7 times 

Work History

Oct 1991Present

Police Detective/Police Polygraphist

Milwaukee Police Department
  • Certified expert polygraphist (forensic psychophysiologist) Conducting detailed forensic polygraph examinations regarding major crime
  • Experienced Homicide Investigator
  • Recognized Forensic Spanish/English Translator
  • Judicially recognized  expert  witness (fire/arson investigation, origin and cause) January 19, 2007, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Conen, Case #06CF006767 State of Wisconsin vs. Bernadine Benson
  • crisis/hostage negotiator: 1998 to 02/15/2012 (14 years)
  • Judicially recognized Spanish/English translator, specializing in investigations involving the Spanish speaking
  •  Criminal Intelligence Investigator extensively worked on dignitary protection details
  • Certified child forensic interviewer Spanish/English CPC stepwise method
  • Expensively trained and experienced involving: homicide/death investigations, interview and interrogation techniques, forensic statement analysis, crisis negotiations, counter-drug/gang conspiracy investigations and arson investigations
  •  Was responsible for conducting complex criminal and sometimes noncriminal investigations as directed including but not  limited to such tasks as scene investigations, polygraph examinations, custodial interrogations, case follow up, case management, and case presentation to prosecutors and/or the courts. At times called upon to lead other police and civilian members in performing investigations. Had the authority to coordinated investigative efforts and was responsible for guiding and directing officers during investigations.
Jan 2010Jan 2011

Vice President

Wisconsin Polygraph Assocation

I was voted in and served as the Vice President of the Wisconsin Polygraph Association for one year

President Tony O'Neill 715-732-7621

Oct 1991Jul 1998

Police Officer (Bilingual Spanish)

Milwaukee Police Department

  •  Enforced criminal laws; identify, detain, and process wanted individuals
  •  Conducted  investigations of suspicious persons or situations and preliminary investigations of major crimes and criminal activity
  •  Interviewed suspects and witnesses, and prepare appropriate investigative reports
  • Prepare and testify in court as to the facts surrounding any criminal, departmental, or civil action
  •   Patrolled the City of Milwaukee in a police vehicle,  and/or on foot as directed, responding to emergency calls for service, reduced/prevented crime, protected persons and property
  • Operated a police vehicle in emergency situations involving speeds in excess of posted limits, in congested traffic, and in unsafe road conditions
  • Prepared accurate and complete reports of daily activities
  • Provided assistance to the community in the areas of crime prevention, trained as a crime prevention officer
  • Enforced motor vehicle laws to promote safety and reduce accidents, expedite traffic flow, and enforce Wisconsin State Statutes
  •  Perform duties in a special assignment capacity such as being trained as a Field training officer of new officers.

Education

Jan 2005Present

Master of Arts (Pending)

Cardinal Stritch University
  • Advanced Statistics (PSY 533)
  • Ethics and Standards (PSY 536)
  • Advanced Personality Theory (PSY 538)
  • Psychopathology (PSY 541)
  • Assessment I (PSY 545)
  • Assessment II (PSY 549)
  • Thesis Seminar I (PSY 598)
  • Individual Therapy (PSY 541)
  • Group Therapy (PSY 547)
  • Practicum I (250 Hours) (PSY 553)
  • Multicultural Psychology (PSY 551)
  • Biological Basis for Psychology (PSY 557)
  • Practicum II (250 Hours) (PSY 559)
  • Systems of Psychology (PSY 543)
  • Graduation Pending Completion of Thesis 
Aug 1994Jun 1995

Bachelor of Science

Mount Senario College

GPA was 3.6. Mount Senario was a an regionally accredited liberal arts college that has since closed and was taken over by Silver Lake College

  • Third Party Crisis Intervention (PS-305)
  • Criminology (CJ-382)
  • Human Resource Management (BU-332)
  • History of WWI and WWII (HS-482)
  • Modern Math (MT-145)
  • Spanish for Law Enforcement (CJ-395)
  • Introduction to Composition II (EN-112)
  • Corrections (CJ-382)
  • The History of the Vietnam War (HS-484)
  • Principals of Management (BU-301)
  • Fiction Detective Literature (EN-424)
  • American Constitutional Law (PO-387)
  • Introduction to Ethics (PL-120)
  • Scientific Investigation of Crime (CJ-300)
  • College Algebra (MT-131)
  • Contemporary American Society (890-197)
  • Ethics & Crim Justice (CJ-351)
  • Personal Fitness (HR-102)
  • First Aid/CPR (HR-300)
  • Police in Urban Society (CJ-344)
  • Accounting Prin I
  • Photograph 
  • Below classed from MATC were transfered in for credit 
Oct 1991Mar 1992

Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Peace Officer Certification

Milwaukee Police Academy

Professional Orientation 89.98

Communication Skills 93.25

Defense and Arrest Tactics 96.00

Community Awareness Pass

First Responder 90.00

Principals of Arrest 93.50

Criminal Law 89.00

Rules of Evidence 93.00

Search and Seizure 93.00

Traffic Law and Investigation 91.00

Emergency Vehicle Operation 94.00

Victim Services 94.00

City Ordinances 82.24

Licensee Premise/Persons Investigations 94.68

Patrol Operations Pass

Academic Average: 91.82

Firearms: 

Bulls Eye Qualification Score 89.00

Silhouette Qualification Short Course 99.30

Silhouette Qualification  Long Course 89.20 

Physical Training 89.20

Aug 1987Jun 1991

Associate of Science

Milwaukee Area Technical College

GPA 2.95

  • Intro to Criminal Justic Process (504-108)
  • Report Writting, Records & Interviewing (504-141)
  • Communication Skills 1 (801-151)
  • Psychology of Human Relations (809-151)
  • Police Organizations & Administration (504-102)
  • Emergency Preparedness (504-104)
  • Criminal Law (504-113)
  • Communication Skills 2 (801-152)
  • American Economy (809-110)
  • Abnormal Psychology (908-232)
  • History/Philosophy of Policing (504-100)
  • Arrest, Search and Seizure (504-117)
  • Principals of Physical Security (504-127)
  • Victimology (504-152)
  • Criminal Evicence (504-115)
  • Criminal Investigation (504-123)
  • Crime Prevention (504-125)
  • Personal and Residence Protection (504-145)
  • Social Disorganization (809-205)
  • American National Government (809-231)

Certifications

Nov 2007Present

Expert Polygraphist

National Training Center of Polygraph Science
Dec 2009Present

Federal Polygraph Examination Techniques

American International Polygraph Institute
Dec 2011Present

PCSOCT Polygraph Testing

American International Polygraph Institute
Mar 2010Present

Child Forensic Interviewer

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Apr 1997Present

John E. Reid Method of Interviews and Interrogations

John E. Reid and Associates Inc.
Mar 1992Feb 2014

Wisconsin Basic Peace Officer

Wisconsin Department of Justice