The 21-member Commission is made up of eleven law enforcement practitioners with the balance selected from the public and private sectors.
Generally, the Commission reflects a representation from local, state/provincial, and international law enforcement and public safety organizations, along with business, academia, the judiciary, and state/provincial and local government.
Commissioners are appointed in consultation with the four founding organizations and serve without compensation.
Commissioners serve three-year, staggered terms.
The Commission meets to review candidate agencies for accreditation and provide policy guidance for Commission operations.
Meet the Board of Commissioners
Mr. Stavros Anthony
City of Las Vegas, Nevada
Stavros S. Anthony, Ph. D., is a Councilman for the City of Las Vegas, Nevada. He was elected in 2009 to represent Ward 4 on the city council and was appointed Mayor Pro Tem in 2012 and 2013. He formerly worked for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department from 1980 to 2009, where he served in many capacities before retiring as a police captain. In addition, he is an adjunct faculty member at the College of Southern Nevada. Councilman Anthony holds a Ph.D. in Sociology – Criminology and Organizational Theory from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He is also a graduate of the Southern Police Institute and the FBI National Academy. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is a CALEA TRI-ARC agency.
Mr. Richard Arroyo
Delaware River and Bay Authority Police Department
Colonel Richard Arroyo retired as the chief executive officer for the Delaware River and Bay Authority Police Department in 2022, a position he has held since 2013. Previously he was employed as the Director of the New Jersey State Park Police for five years. He also served with the New Jersey State Police, where he retired as the Lt. Colonel following service from 1982 until 2008. He began his law enforcement career in 1974, as a patrolman for the Galloway Township (NJ) Police Department. He holds a Master of Science in Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and he is a graduate of Northwestern University- School of Police Staff and Command. He honorable served as a member of the United States Navy - Aviation from 1971 to 1974.
Fairleigh Dickinson University and he is a graduate of Northwestern University- School of Police Staff and Command. He honorable served as a member of the United States Navy - Aviation from 1971 to 1974.
Mr. Marcus L. Brown
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Parole Board
Marcus L. Brown is currently serves on the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Parole Board. Prior to his appointment he was the Director of the Governor's Office of Homeland Security for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He is also the former Superintendent of the Maryland State Police from 2011 until January 2015, and former Chief of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police, where he served from 2007 to 2011. Commissioner Brown became a member of the Baltimore, Maryland Police Department in 1992, where he rose to the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Operations. During his tenure with this agency, he worked in the areas of special operations, legal affairs, training, and organized crime. He holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore and a Bachelor of Science in Business and Marketing from Pennsylvania State University. Commissioner Brown has held many leadership positions with professional associations and has also served as an assessor for CALEA.
Mr. Bartram Connelly
Chief of Police (Retired)
Cape Coral Police Department, Florida
Bart R. Connelly retired as chief of police from the Cape Coral Police Department in 2016 after serving with the department since 1988. Throughout his service with the agency, he worked in various organizational components and served as a department trainer, accreditation manager, SWAT Operator, and SWAT Commander. Prior to joining the department, Chief Connelly worked for the Orlando Police Department and Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. He has an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Edison College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies from Barry University, and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University. He is a graduate of several executive leadership and management programs to include the 240th session of the FBI National Academy. Chief Connelly serves on the Florida Police Chiefs Association Professional Standards Committee and is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and Police Executive Research Forum. He has been a CALEA Assessor since 2005, and a team leader since 2006. The Cape Coral Police Department has been law enforcement accredited since November 1989 and communications accredited since July 2014.
Ms. Jacquie Daumont
Chief of Police (retired)
Alberta Commerical Vehicle Enforcement, Canada
Jacquie Daumont served as the chief executive officer for Alberta Justice and Solicitor General, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE),from 2018 until 2021. She began her career with the agency in 1989. She has received the Governor-General of Canada Exemplary Service Medal, Alberta Peace Officer Long Service Medal, the Alberta Emergency Services Medal, and a Premier Award of Excellence. Chief Daumont is a member of the Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police and is President of the Canadian Police Accreditation Coalition. She has a diploma in Environmental Science Enforcement and is working towards a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree in Justice Studies from Lethbridge College. Chief Daumont has been a CALEA Assessor/Team Leader for over 15 years.
Ms. Cerelyn Davis
Chief of Police
Memphis Police Department, Tennessee
Cerelyn Davis has served as the chief of police for the city of Memphis since June 2021, and previously in the same capacity for the Durham, North Carolina Police Department. She began her career with the city of Atlanta, where she was assigned to a variety of operational, administrative, and specialized assignments within the municipal police department. Commissioner Davis quickly rose through the ranks before retiring as Deputy Chief in 2016. She holds a Master of Administration from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University. Chief Davis is an alumna of the FBI National Academy and formerly served as President of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. She is also on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
Chief of Police (ret.)
Ashland (VA) Police Department
Chief Douglas Goodman retired from the Ashland (VA) Police Department in 2022. Prior to his career at Ashland, he began his public safety service in 1993 with the Hanover Co. (VA) Sheriff’s Office where he assumed various positions. Chief Goodman holds a Master's from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Sociology from Virginia Tech. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, immediate past president of the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police, and past chair of the Central Virginia Law Enforcement Chief Executive’s Association. Chief Goodman has been a CALEA Assessor/Team Leader since 2003.
Ms. Renee Gordon
Alexandria (VA) Department of Emergency Communications
Renee Gordon has served as the Director for the Alexandria Department of Emergency Communications since 2015. Previously, she was the Director of 911 and Emergency Communications in Baltimore, Maryland. She began her public safety career as a member of the Prince George's County (MD) Police Department and transitioned to public safety communications in 2008. Director Gordon holds a Master of Business Administration from Trinity University and is a graduate of the University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center, Public Safety Senior Executive Institute. Director Gordon is also a graduate of the University of Richmond Professional Executive Leadership School and is an industry leader empowering her organization as a certified professional in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). In addition, she holds several international public safety certifications.
The Honorable Jon Hulsing
Ottawa County (MI) 20th Circuit Court
The Honorable Jon Hulsing has served as judge for the 20th Circuit Court in Ottawa County, MI since 2006. His docket consists of both criminal and civil cases. He has been the Chief Judge pro-tem since 2016. In 2018 he was elected by all of Michigan’s circuit court judges to be a representative on the Judicial Tenure Commission which investigates allegations of judicial misconduct. In addition to six years of private law practice, Judge Hulsing served as an Assistant and Senior Assistant Prosecutor in Ottawa County from 1995 to 2006. In 1983 he began his public service career as a deputy with the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and then as a patrolman with the Wyoming Police Department. He previously served as a member and committee co-chair of the Michigan Judges Association. He graduated summa cum laude with a Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and has a Bachelor of Science degree from Grand Valley State University.
Mr. Kevin Joyce
Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, Maine
Sheriff Kevin Joyce currently serves as the chief executive officer for the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, a position he has held since 2011. He began his career with his current agency in 1986 and served as the chief deputy from 2003 until 2010. In addition to a career with the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, he has served as a detention and deportation officer with the United States Department of Justice, a well as an Assistant Harbor Master For the Town of Naples, Maine. Sheriff Joyce holds a Master of Science in Business Administration from Husson University and he is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation - National Academy.
Mr. Thomas Kulhawik
Chief of Police
Norwalk (CT) Police Department
Chief Thomas Kulhawik was appointed chief of the Norwalk (CT) Police Department in 2012. He has served with the department since 1983 assuming various positions within the agency. Chief Kulhawik is a former commissioner for the Connecticut Sentencing Commission, member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and a former member of the Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training Council. He has a Master’s in Public Administration from Post University, where he also serves as an adjunct faculty member. Chief Kulhawik has been a CALEA Assessor for over six years most recently serving as a Team Leader.
Mr. Marlon Lynch
Chief of Police
Michigan State University
Chief Marlon Lynch is the Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police of Michigan State University. Prior to this appointment, he was Chief Safety Officer for the University of Utah Department of Public Safety. Chief Lynch was also Senior Vice President for Global Campus Safety at New York University, and the Associate Vice President for Safety, Security and Civic Affairs at The University of Chicago. His career progression includes years of law enforcement experience in municipal and campus environments. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University, earned a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University, and has completed work towards a Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a graduate of the 216th Session of the FBI National Academy and the 256th Class of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff & Command
Ms. Janet Moon
Chief of Police
Peachtree (GA) Police Department
Janet Moon has served as chief of police for the Peachtree City (GA) Police Department since 2015, and previously was deputy chief with the Suwanee Police Department. During her career she has worked as a CALEA Accreditation Manager, as well as in a full range of leadership positions. She holds a Master of Public Administration from Columbus State University, and a Bachelor of Organizational Management from Covenant College. Chief Moon is an alumna of the FBI National Academy and Georgia Law Enforcement Command College. Her organization has been accredited with CALEA since November 1992.
Mr. Matthew Packard
Colorado State Patrol
Colonel Matthew Packard is commander of the Colorado State Patrol. He began his career with the agency in 2000 and assumed several positions over the years. Colonel Packard is on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Chiefs of Police, a member of the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police, and he was an Executive Board Member for the Federal Bureau of Investigation-Denver Joint Terrorism Task Force. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.
Mr. Barry D Rountree
Chief of Police (Retired)
Winston-Salem Police Department, North Carolina
Chief Barry Rountree retired as the Chief of Police for the Winston Salem, North Carolina Police Department. Prior to his appointment to this position, he assumed various positions and functional areas of the organization, including operations and administration. He joined the agency in 1988 and has participated in countless community activities, such as volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America and the Salvation Army. Chief Rountree holds a Master of Public Affairs from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Winston Salem State University. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Municipal Administration Program, and he is a graduate of the 31st session of the Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University. Chief Rountree is a member of several professional organizations to include the International Associations of Chiefs of Police and is Regional Director for the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police.
Dr. Joseph Schafer
Saint Louis University
Dr. Joseph A. Schafer is Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice and Associate Dean of Research in the College for Public Health and Social Justice at Saint Louis University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from the University of Northern Iowa, a Master of Science in Criminal Justice, and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Social Science from Michigan State University. Dr. Schafer’s research focuses on policing, organizational change, leadership, citizen perceptions of police, and futures research in policing. He was the President of Police Futurists International, is a member of the Futures Working Group, and was a visiting scholar in the Behavioral Science Unit of the FBI Academy and the Centre of Excellence in Policing & Security in Australia. He has authored/edited five books more than fifty research and policy articles appearing in various academic journals and policing periodicals.
Mr. Jeffrey Smythe
Chief of Police (retired)
Burlington Police Department, North Carolina
Chief Jeffrey Smythe served as the executive officer of the Burlington Police Department from 2013 until 2021 and has 31 years of police experience. Prior to that he was the chief of police for the Show Low Police Department in Arizona and has also worked for the Scottsdale (AZ) Police Department. Chief Smythe holds a Master of Educational Leadership and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Studies from Northern Arizona University. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the School of Police Staff and Command at Northwestern University.
Honorable Jean Toal
(Ret.) Chief Justice
Supreme Court of South Carolina
The Honorable Jean H. Toal served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of South Carolina from 2000 to 2015. From 1988 to 2000, she served the state as an Associate Justice for the Supreme Court of South Carolina and worked in private practice from 1968 until 1988. She is affiliated with The American Law Institute, is a past president of the Conference of Chief Justices, and past chairperson of the National Center of State Courts. Ms. Toal was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives in 1975 and was the chairperson of the House Rules Committee from 1982 until 1988. She was the chairperson of the Constitutional Laws Subcommittee of the House Judiciary from 1977 through 1988. She holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Agnes Scott College.