Jason Woodard is a 25-year veteran of law enforcement and is currently employed by the Sparks Police Department in Sparks, Nevada.
His assignment as Detective with Major Crimes Division includes investigating Homicides, Robberies, and other major felony crimes.
Jason holds a Bachelors degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and is a part time instructor at the Northern Nevada Law Enforcement Academy.
In 2009 Jason was invited speak to at the National Sexual Assault Response Team (S.A.R.T.) conference in Seattle, Washington.
Carl StincelliFounding Member, Lead Instructor & Expert Witness
Carl Stincelli is a retired Sergeant from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
He has over 30 years of law enforcement experience with assignments in Burglary, Child Abuse, Adult Sexual Assault, Special Investigations, and Vice.
He has also published two works in the art of interviewing and interrogations.
Carl holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from the California State University in Sacramento (CA) and is a member of the adjunct faculty with two Community College Districts.
Skip RogersMaster Instructor
Skip Rogers is a master instructor with the Interrogations Institute and a former Police Lieutenant and investigations bureau commander.
He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice Management from the Union Institute and University and is a graduate of the California Peace Officer’s Standards and Training, Sherman Block Leadership Institute.
Skip has been a police officer for 25 years and has worked in a wide variety of investigative assignments during the course of his career. He is a Former SWAT Team member, assistant SWAT team leader and hostage negotiator as well as recipient of the Police Silver Star for bravery in the line of duty.
Skip is an adjunct faculty member of several Community Colleges in California.
Don DavisSergeant & Lead Instructor
Investigator Don Davis is a 20-year veteran of law enforcement and is currently employed by a state wide law enforcement agency.
Don was a Correctional Officer with the California Department of Corrections for 1 1/2 years prior to his current appointment.
His assignments have included Custody, Patrol, Field Training Officer, Academy Rangemaster and is a member of a regional Warrant Service Team.
He is currently assigned to investigations and has participated in homicide, property crime, sexual assault and internal investigations.
Don has been in an undercover assignment for the past 3 years. Don holds a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice Management and is a member of the adjunct faculty for the Los Rios Community College District. Don joined the instructional staff of Interviews & Interrogations Institute in 2007 and has collaborated on their instructional material.
Ninette ToosbuySex Assault Detective Supervisor & Lead Instructor
Ninette Toosbuy is a detective supervisor with Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
Currently, she is assigned to sex crimes investigations. Ninette has been with the LAPD since 1994 and has spent the past 14 years in investigations.
Ninette has worked a variety of assignments including narcotics, robbery, assault crimes, domestic violence crimes and child abuse.
Ninette holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and a master’s degree in national security studies from the California State University, San Bernardino.
Brian MeuxHomicide Detective & Instructor
Brian Meux is a Homicide Detective with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
He has also worked assignments in Child Abuse and Sexual Assault as well as a member of the Sheriff’s Department’s Critical Incident Negotiations Team.
In addition, Brian served in the California Army National Guard as a military policeman and has been a civilian peace officer since 1994.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Psychology from the University of California, Davis.
Dr. Gregory DeClueAdvisor, Consultant & Instructor
Greg DeClue is the author of the 2005 book, Interrogations and Disputed Confessions: A Manual for Forensic Psychological Practice.
He authored a chapter in Police Interrogations and False Confessions, which won both the Book Award from the American Psychology-Law Society and the Prose Award from American Publishers.
He has written more than 50 professional articles. He is board certified by the American Board of Forensic Psychology.
Dr. DeClue is a 24-year veteran police psychologist, and is currently a forensic psychologist in independent practice in Sarasota, Florida.
He has conducted over 2,000 forensic psychological evaluations and over 1,700 evaluations of prospective or current law-enforcement or corrections officers.
He has analyzed over 200 interrogations from more than 80 different law-enforcement agencies, and has testified as an expert witness more than 500 times.