Chris currently serves as the Coordinator of FVTC’s Law Enforcement In-Service programming and as the Correctional Recruit Academy Coordinator. He currently teaches Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Law Enforcement Writing classes in the Associate Degree Program. He graduated from UW Oshkosh in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science Degree, majoring in Criminal Justice. He also holds a Masters Degree in Education from Northern Arizona University (2000).
His work experience includes working at the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department in the Correctional Division for three and a half years. He then moved to Arizona and joined the Phoenix (AZ) Police Department serving there for three years. In 2001 he moved back to the Fox Valley Area and joined the Oshkosh Police Department serving for six years in capacities such as patrol officer, Hostage Negotiator, UW Oshkosh Campus Liaison Officer and member of the Community Policing Team. He has been a part-time officer with the Wrightstown Police Department for the last three years in the patrol division.
While working at Oshkosh Police Department he accepted a part time adjunct instructor position with Fox Valley Technical College, teaching the Careers in Criminal Justice class and Intro to Criminal Justice. In July, 2006, he was offered a full time teaching position at FVTC. He has been teaching in the Criminal Justice Division at FVTC since January, 2001. He has also taught many criminal justice classes at UW Oshkosh, Marian College and Silver Lake College College.