Andy Stumpf
Andy Stumpf’s biography link: https://www.andystumpf.com/about-1
Billy Gregory

Master Trooper Billy Gregory is a 22-year veteran of Kentucky State Police and currently serves as the Public Affairs Officer for KSP Headquarters. His previous assignments have included road trooper, detective and public affairs officer at Post 15 Columbia. He recently performed the National Anthem at the Police Memorial Week Ceremony in Washington, DC, honoring fallen officers.

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Chad Mills is a graduate of Morehead State University. Upon graduating college he applied and was accepted to the Kentucky State Police as a cadet where he attended Cadet Class #77, graduating in 2000. He was assigned to the Dry Ridge Post where he worked as a Trooper for 11 years, attaining Senior Trooper and then Trooper First Class. He was promoted to Sergeant in September of 2011 and assigned to the Operations Division. He was then transferred to the Collision Analysis & Highway Safety Branch when it was created in 2012 as the Assistant Commander. In October of 2014 he was promoted to Lieutenant and became the Commander of that same branch. Captain Mills remained there until he was promoted to Captain in August of 2017, and was reassigned to the Critical Incident Response Branch where he is responsible for the Collision Analysis Section and a newly created Officer Involved Shooting Section which investigates shootings for nearly every agency is Kentucky. Captain Mills also serves as the Accident Reconstruction Coordinator for the Kentucky State Police. Captain Mills has attained numerous certifications during his career, including being a Kentucky Law Enforcement Instructor. He currently resides in Northern Kentucky with his wife, Karen, and two kids, Ethan and Addison.

Chris Cohron

Chris Cohron is the Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 8th Judicial Circuit (Warren County). He was elected to the position in May 2004 after previously serving as First Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney. Mr. Cohron is past President of the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association and currently serves as the legislative director for the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association.

In 2008 Chris was appointed to the Prosecutors Advisory Council as well as the Kentucky Criminal Justice Council. Chris has previously represented the Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association during the 2006 Blue Ribbon Commission on Sentencing reform. Chris was the keynote speaker to the first convention of the Kentucky Narcotics Officer’s Association. Chris represents the Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association on the Kentucky Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Council.

Chris was honored in 2007 and 2014 as the Outstanding Commonwealth’s Attorney for Kentucky by the Office of the Attorney General. In 2008, Chris was honored as Kentucky’s Outstanding Prosecutor by Elder Abuse Awareness Council. In 2009, Chris was given the Meritorious Service Award by the Prosecutor’s Advisory Council. In 2010, Chris was given the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a Commonwealth’s Attorney in Kentucky, the Carroll M. Redford Award as Kentucky’s Outstanding Prosecutor by the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association. In 2012 Chris was given the Distinguished Service Award by the Kentucky Narcotics Officer’s Association. In 2014 Chris was award the “Sword of Justice” by the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Association.

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Dorislee Gilbert is the Appellate Division Chief at the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office in Louisville (30th Judicial Circuit), where she has been an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for nearly 15 years. Before joining the Appellate Division in 2010, Dorislee was the Deputy Division Chief and a trial prosecutor in the domestic violence and child abuse unit. Dorislee graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law and served as a staff attorney for Kentucky Supreme Court Justice James Keller and Illinois Appellate Court Justice Margaret Stanton McBride.

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Ed Shemelya
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Ed Shemelya is a 30 year veteran of the Kentucky State Police and is currently the National Coordinator of the National Marijuana Initiative, an Initiative that is responsible for assisting and improving the capabilities of the 32 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas nationwide in carrying out the National Drug Control Strategy objectives of disrupting domestic trafficking and production of, and reducing demand for, marijuana and derivative products.

Prior to his current assignment, he served as the Eastern Region Marijuana Coordinator for the Appalachia HIDTA, and was responsible for the oversight of marijuana cultivation activities within the four state Appalachia HIDTA region. Shemelya began his law enforcement career in 1979, where he worked patrol, general investigations and narcotics within the Pikeville Post of the KSP. Promoted to Sergeant in 1985 and Lieutenant in 1988 he served the agency in many capacities from Internal Affairs, R&D, and as commander of the State Police first full – time Special Response Team. In 2003 he was appointed Commander of the Kentucky Governor’s Marijuana Strike Force and the Kentucky Eradication Initiative, within the AHIDTA. This multi-agency task force comprised of Federal, State and Local agencies is tasked with fighting Kentucky’s outdoor and indoor marijuana problem. During his six years as commander the Kentucky Eradication Task Force was recognized as the most outstanding eradication Task Force in the nation for four consecutive years by the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Shemelya resides in London Kentucky and is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and Northwestern University. He is married with two daughters and five grandchildren.

Harry Rothgerber

Harry Rothgerger is a part-time Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, professional writer, criminal justice consultant and civic volunteer who retired in 2013 after serving for 16 years as First Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Jefferson County. He currently serves on the KY Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Board and chairs its Grants Committee. His past positions include: Chair, KY Parole Board; Chief Juvenile Defender, Jefferson County; President, KY Youth Advocates; President, National Institute on Children, Youth and Families; and, Vice-President, Seven Counties Services, Inc. Mr. Rothgerber is a lifelong Louisvillian who earned degrees from Bellarmine University (BA), Spalding University (MAT) and the University of Louisville (JD)

Mr. Rothgerber has published numerous articles in The Baseball Research Journal, The National Pastime and other periodicals. His first book project, Young Babe Ruth, was published by McFarland in 1999. He has shared his love for baseball many times on local radio and TV, and he has appeared on ESPN, ESPN Classic and NPR’s Morning Edition. An active member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) since 1983, Mr. Rothgerber has served on its national board of directors and currently co-chairs the Pee Wee Reese SABR Chapter.

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Jeanne Anderson began her law career first as a law clerk and then as a prosecutor in the appellate division of the Office of the Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney. She went on to be director of the Criminal Appellate Division in the Office of the Attorney General, and spent two years as Chief Staff Attorney for the Kentucky Court of Appeals. She has now returned to the work she enjoys most, and is back at the Commonwealth’s Attorney’ Office.

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Jennifer Newman

Jennifer Newman is the Senior Program Strategist for NCMEC’s Exploited Children Division (ECD). Joining NCMEC in 2001, Ms. Newman has spent the past seventeen years working on cases, programs, and issues in the fight against the sexual exploitation of children.

In her current role, Ms. Newman assists in the growth and development of the ECD’s strategy, policies, roles, and services. Working closely with the management team, Ms. Newman helps implement projects, workflows, policies and systems to enable the ECD to perform at an optimal rate and provide new and enhanced products and services to the public, industry, law enforcement, NGOs, and other stakeholders.

For over 13 years, Jennifer has presented at various national, local and international trainings and conferences related to the sexual exploitation of children. She holds a B.S. and most recently earned the Advanced Project Management certification through Stanford University.

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Lance Mullen
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Joseph Persails has been in Law Enforcement for 12 years, 5 with ATF. He has been assigned to the Louisville Field Division for 5 years
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Lance Mullen has been an ATF Agent for 12 years. He has been assigned to the Louisville Field Division for 5 years
Ray Leezer

Ray Leezer retired from the Louisville Metro Police Department in 2006 as a detective with the DEA Task Force. With 30 years experience as a police officer, Ray has specialized in civil and criminal asset forfeiture processing. Since 2006 Ray has assisted Federal and State law enforcement agencies in asset recovery.

Ray is a graduate of the University of Louisville Business School and the FBI National Academy. Ray also was an instructor with the Southern Police Institute, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Louisville.

In 2011 Ray and his wife, Sally, formed RSL Enterprises, LLC to better serve law enforcement agencies in asset recovery.

Member: Certified Financial Crime Specialists (CFCS)

Rob Sanders

Rob Sanders has served as Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 16th Judicial Circuit of Kentucky (Kenton County) since 2007. Rob oversees a staff of twelve assistant prosecutors while maintaining an active caseload personally. He previously served as Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in the same office from 1999-2000. Prior to election, Rob was a partner with his father, Bob, wife Delana, and brother, Justin, in The Sanders Law Firm, PSC in Covington, Kentucky where he practiced personal injury, small business, domestic relations, and criminal defense law. From 2004-2006, Rob also served as Vice-Mayor of the City of Covington after finishing first in a field of eight candidates for City Commission. Rob is currently one of three Commonwealth’s Attorneys appointed to the Kentucky Prosecutors Advisory Council by Governor Matt Bevin. Rob also serves on the Kenton County Multi-Disciplinary Team on Child Abuse, the Kentucky Supreme Court’s Judicial Caseload Assessment Committee, and the Kentucky Supreme Court Criminal Rules Committee. In 2015 Rob was elected President of the Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association after previously having served as Vice-President and Secretary of the organization. He is now the co-legislative liaison for the Commonwealth’s Attorneys.

Outside the practice of law, Rob served for twenty years as a volunteer firefighter on the Ft. Mitchell Fire Department where he rose to the rank of Lieutenant before retiring. Rob and Delana live in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky with their daughter. When he is away from the office, Rob enjoys Cross-fit, hunting, fishing, cooking, and is an avid fan of the Cincinnati Red and Bengals.

Shayla Overturf

Shayla Overturf graduated from Asbury University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. In September 2006, Shayla began her career with Kentucky State Police as a Criminal Intelligence Analyst I. She has been involved in numerous cases and has multiple areas of specialization. Previously, she served as an analyst at a field Post, providing analytical support to troopers and detectives. She is currently an Analyst II with the Intelligence Branch and provides support to officers and agents from local, state, and federal agencies.

Shayla’s service at Post is particularly noteworthy as she was recognized for her specific efforts in a cold case that culminated with presentations to the grand jury, extensive trial support, and evidence presentation. Her efforts were recognized with multiple awards, including an individual award from the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts. She also received the 2012 Civilian Operational Support Award from Kentucky State Police for her efforts related to the cold case.

Shayla’s current focus is on gangs and organized criminal enterprises within the Commonwealth. She is a primary training instructor for all newly hired Criminal Intelligence Analysts within the Kentucky State Police Intelligence Branch. Shayla also provides instruction to the Kentucky State Police trooper cadets and trooper in-service at the Kentucky State Police Academy.

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Sherry Bray is the Information Office Supervisor for Kentucky State Police in Frankfort, Kentucky. She serves as the Public Affairs Branch media liaison to all KSP posts located throughout the state. She is responsible for all strategic communications by the agency including educational program development, marketing, event coordination and managing social media platforms for the agency. Bray provides in-service training for agency personnel and has been published nationally on various law enforcement topics. Ms. Bray is a board member for the Kentucky State Police Foundation and serves as the Public Affairs Community Education representative for the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. She received her B.S. from The Ohio State University.
Susan Blake

Susan Blake is the Kentucky Prosecutor Training Coordinator for the Prosecutors Advisory Council. She organizes training on a statewide basis for 177 prosecutorial offices. She is one of the creators of the Kentucky Prosecutor Institute, a trial advocacy program designed for prosecutors currently in its 16th year. Prior to this position, Susan served in the Victim’s Advocacy Division of the Office of the Attorney General and was an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 22nd Judicial Circuit.

Her other duties include reviewing pending legislation, researching legal issues, advising offices regarding employment law matters and child sexual abuse data collection.

She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, the UK College of Law and is admitted to practice in Kentucky and New York.

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