Board Director, Commander LAPD (Ret.)
Keith D. Bushey is a 44-year veteran of law enforcement. He retired as a Commander from the Los Angeles Police Department, as a Deputy Chief from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, and as a Colonel from the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Additional law enforcement experience includes having served as a Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff, a California State Deputy Game Warden, and as the Marshal of San Bernardino County. Keith Bushey holds an Associates in Arts Degree in Sociology, a Bachelor of Science degree in Police Science and Administration, and a Master of Science Degree in Public Service. He continues to write extensively, primarily in the area of leadership. His writings have appeared in numerous publications, including Police Chief, Public Management, and the LEEDA-FBI Newsletter. He is a graduate of many courses and institutes, including the California POST Command College, and serves as a staff instructor for the Federal Bureau of Investigation – Law Enforcement Executive Development Association.
Justin Feffer is currently a law enforcement executive supervising the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Bureau of Investigation Cyber Investigation Response Team (CIRT). He has been assigned to the Los Angeles Electronic Crimes Task Force (LAECTF) since 2004.
As a sworn law enforcement officer in Southern California since 1988, and a California attorney since 1994,Justin has instructed thousands of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and public officials throughout the United States and internationally in cyber security, cyber crime and high technology threats.
Justin is a graduate of information technology crimes investigation programs conducted by the SANS Institute, Carnegie Melon’s CERT-CC, FBI, HTCIA, and the California Department of Justice. He is also a member of the High Technology Crimes Investigation Association (HTCIA) and an FBI-LEEDA faculty member. He holds Global Information Assurance Certifications as a Penetration Tester (GPEN), Security Analyst (GSEC), and Forensic Analyst (GCFA).
Todd Ackerman began his law enforcement career 25 years ago when he joined the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department based in Marysville, Kan. While there, Todd demonstrated strong leadership skills and moved progressively through the ranks until he was named Police Chief of the City of Marysville – a position he has held for the past 18 years. Todd’s first-hand knowledge and experience of current issues and challenges facing the law enforcement industry plays a crucial role in the board’s overall success.
Todd also serves as a voting member of the Northeast Kansas Homeland Security Council and the Kansas All Hazards Incident Management Team. He has held numerous other state and national positions, including the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP), where he served two terms as president, and the FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA) Board of Directors, where he holds the honor of being the only Kansas law enforcement member ever to be elected. Todd served on this board from 2004- 2010 and was the national president from 2006-2007.
Todd is a 2003 graduate of the Rural Executive Management Institute of the National Center for Rural Law Enforcement from the University of Arkansas, the FBI-National Academy 216th Session, and a 2006 graduate of the FBI Quantico Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS). He is also a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the Kansas Sheriff’s Association, and the Kansas Peace Officers Association. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and Ethics from Manhattan Christian College in Manhattan, Kan. and a Master’s degree in Security Management from Bellevue University in Bellevue, Neb.
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