Alfy Basurto

Alfy worked for the Santa Clara County Sheriff Office as a Deputy for 7 years. During his 7 years with the department he worked Patrol for 2 years, the Courts as a bailiff for 2years and 3 years in Plain clothes details with the Street crimes Unit/Narcotics/Prostitution abatement details. Alfy has always been a fitness enthusiast and has worked as a Physical fitness training and defensive tactics instructor at the Academy.

Alfy has received CIT team training, and is a Street Gang expert in South County working with gang suppression. He has also provided in-service training for department members and Reserve officers for his department during his 7 years.

Alfy left the department several years ago to pursue a career in fitness training as he created the Honu Cross Building in Southern Santa Clara County. This is a combination of cross fit and body building with an emphasis on strength and cardio. He provides classes for individuals who want to prepare for law enforcement physical agility tests.


Officer Ron Daly (Retired)

Ron was hired by the San Jose Police Department in May of 1981. He is bilingual in Spanish. During his 28 ½ years as a police officer, he has worked in a variety of assignments including Patrol, Field Training Program, Training, Sexual Assault Investigations, and Background Investigations. Ron is a Post certified Master Instructor with extensive teaching and training experience. He taught in the FTO and CTO training seminars, the California Post ICI Instructors Course, the California POST Instructor’s Training Symposium, and at other police departments within the state of California. His experience in the classroom and the field combine with his energetic and creative teaching style to make his courses worthwhile for everyone.


Officer Jeremy Kingsley

Officer Kingsley joined the California Highway Patrol five years ago and is currently assigned to the road patrol commercial enforcement. Prior to joining the CHP Officer Kingsley worked nine years for AT&T in the following positions; maintenance administrator, facilities technician, splicing technician and field supervisor managing a crew of 30 technicians. Even though he had a promising career with AT&T, he decided to pursue a long held ambition to become a peace officer at the age of 31. Five years later he does not regret this decision and now loves his career at the CHP. Officer Kingsley is also a military veteran with twelve years of service to his country. Serving the first nine years in the Army Reserve (as a 25F - network switching systems operator-maintainer). He separated from the Army at the rank of Staff Sergeant and is currently a Technical Sergeant in the Air Force Reserves (his AFC is 2T251 air transportation manager). Officer Kingsley is a graduate of American River Junior College in Sacramento and he earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of San Francisco.


Lt. Harvey Kuo

Sergeant Kuo is a 17-year veteran with the Walnut Creek Police Reserves. For the last 12 years, Sergeant Kuo oversees the Reserve recruiting program for WCPD, which has successfully brought on more than 50 reserve police officers to their program. Besides recruiting, Sergeant Kuo also serves as a patrol team sergeant, oversees the mountain bike patrol team and assists the detective bureau in reviewing digital evidence. Sergeant Kuo is a graduate of St. Mary's College (CA) and currently owns a company that works with the US Department of Justice.


Sgt. Ray Ramos

Corporal Ramos is a 12-year veteran of the Morgan Hill Police Department and is one of several officers bilingual in Spanish. He was promoted to the rank of Corporal in 2005 and assigned to the Patrol Division. During his years at the Morgan Hill Police Department, he has worked a variety of assignments including Patrol, Field Training Program, Undercover Narcotics, and was inspirational in developing the Street Crimes Gang/Narcotic Unit. Corporal Ramos experience in field operations, in-depth criminal investigations, training and supervising staff, have allowed him to successfully train and mentor department personnel, supervise line staff, and lead individuals/teams by example.

Corporal Ramos helped mentor and provide direction to individuals preparing for entry level law enforcement applicant testing, i.e. the written examination, oral board interviews and promotional preparation for department personal. Various work assignments and collateral duties Corporal Ramos has performed include; Leadership Morgan Hill 2011, Project Coordinator of VieVu Cameras, Hotel/Motel Training & Interdiction, Field Training Officer (FTO), scheduling of department ride-a-longs, Assistant Reserve Coordinator, Range Instructor and Acting Sergeant.

Corporal Ramos possess an Associate of Arts Degree in Administration of Justice from Gavilan College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Administration of Justice from San Jose State University and a California Advanced P.O.S.T. Certificate.


Tanya Robinette

Tanya Robinette graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelors Degree in English. She has worked as the Director of Operations for a small start-up company, a journalist for the San Francisco Examiner, and most recently holds the position of Senior Technical Writer and Project Manager for a technology company in the Bay Area for clients such as Facebook, Google, and Pacific Biosciences. She also completed her Guard Card training in San Diego and has always had a love for protecting and teaching others.