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Board of Directors: Rob Banks



Chairman of the Board
Phone: 662-897-2795
Rob Banks
Chairman of the Board

Oxford Police Department

Board of Directors: Donald Ray Thomas



President
Phone: 662-279-0159
Donald Ray Thomas
President

Belmont Police Department

I am Donald Ray Thomas, from Belmont, MS. I am 57 years of age and have been in Law Enforcement for 21 years. I started out as a ride along reserve deputy with Tishomingo County Sheriff's Office in Iuka, MS. With my full-time job at U.P.S., I went from a driver into management and was transferred to Tupelo, MS. A Few years later I was transferred to Jackson, MS. In Jackson I was promoted from a supervisor to a manager and after 7 years, I was transferred to Greenwood, MS. While living in Greenwood, I joined up with the Leflore County Sheriff's Office and was a reserve there. After leaving U.P.S., I moved backed to Tishomingo County and started working in New Albany, MS at Merit Distribution as a Operational Manager. While working there, I was with the Union County Sheriff's Office as a reserve. During this time I went to a part-time academy with Tishomingo County Sheriff Office which is my home County. After leaving Merit I was hired at the Tishomingo County Sheriff's Office and served as a road deputy. I went to the full-time academy at Harrison County, Gulfport, MS. Later I was promoted to Investigator with Tishomingo County Sheriff's Office. After leaving Tishomingo County Sheriff's Office, I went to the Booneville Police Department, serving as a Patrolman. After leaving Booneville Police Department, I came to my home Town and started working for Belmont Police Department in the position of Investigator. I presently still with Belmont Police Department. If I can ever be of any help or service to anyone please do not hesitate to call me.

Board of Directors: David Pannell



Northern Region Vice President

David Pannell
Northern Region Vice President

Holly Springs Police Department

Board of Directors: Drew Jones



Central Region Vice President
Phone: 901-258-7621
Drew Jones
Central Region Vice President

Starkville Police Department

Board of Directors: Blake Tucker



Southern Region Vice President
Phone: 228-297-6856
Blake Tucker
Southern Region Vice President

Gulfport Police Department

Board of Directors: Orrin Todd



Secretary
Phone: 662-816-7266
Orrin Todd
Secretary

Oxford Police Department

Board of Directors: Markas Marbury



Treasurer
Phone: 601-966-5000
Markas Marbury
Treasurer

MS Office of Homeland Security

Board of Directors: LaKeith Williams



Sergeant at Arms
Phone: 601-278-5445
LaKeith Williams
Sergeant at Arms

Jackson Police Department

Board of Directors: Molly Miller



Member at Large
Phone: 601-359-4265
Molly Miller
Member at Large

Mississippi Attorney General's Office

Ms. Miller received her law degree in 1997. Upon graduation, she was a judicial clerk at the Mississippi Court of Appeals. Ms. Miller then joined the Hinds County District Attorney‵s Office as an assistant district attorney handling the prosecution of sex crimes, child abuse, and domestic violence. In August 2001, Ms. Miller joined the Mississippi Attorney General‵s Office in the Public Integrity Division as a special assistant attorney general handling the prosecution of vulnerable adult cases statewide. In August 2006, she became the state's Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor assisting law enforcement, prosecutors, and judges in all impaired driving issues. Ms. Miller is an instructor for the Basic Recruit Class and the MS Highway Safety Patrol Cadet Class at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy in Rankin County. She is also a speaker/instructor for the Mississippi Judicial College. In addition, she is a member of the Hinds County Bar Association, and has been on the Board of Directors for the Mississippi Prosecutor's Association. Ms. Miller is licensed to practice law in both Mississippi and Florida

Board of Directors: Samac Richardson



Member at Large
Phone: 601-826-3400
Samac Richardson
Member at Large

Originally from Neshoba County, He received B.S. degree in accounting from Mississippi State University in 1970, a Juris Doctor degree from Mississippi College School of Law in 1975 (Jackson School of Law, where he served on the Honor Council) and is a 1993 graduate of The National Judicial College. Judge Richardson was awarded an Honorary Master of Laws degree from the Mississippi College School of Law in 2011.

Judge Richardson holds or has served in the following positions:

o Judicial Outreach Liaison - Mississippi OHS
o Chair of Conference of Senior Status Judges
o Senior Status Judge (2011 to present)
o Barrister - Inn of Court Charles Clark Chapter
o Retired Senior Circuit Judge 20th Circuit Court District, Madison & Rankin Counties (1997 to 2010)
o Chair of Conference of Circuit Judges (2004-2006)
o Vice Chair of Conference of Circuit Judges (2003 - 2004)
o County Court Judge - Rankin County (1993-1997)
o Chair of Conference of County Court Judges (1996-1997)
o Presiding Judge - Mississippi Supreme Court Complaints Tribunal (1994-2001)
o Member of Board of Court Reporter Certification (1998-1999)
o Designated ASTAR Fellow - Advanced Science & Technology Adjudication Resource
o Private Law Practice for 8 years
o Assistant District Attorney - 20th Circuit Court District (1982-1988)
o City Attorney - City of Pearl, Mississippi (1989-1993)
o Special Master - Rankin County Chancery Court
o Public Defender - Rankin County and City of Brandon, Mississippi (1988-1993)
o Hearing Officer - Rankin County School Board (1988-1993)
o Adjunct Professor of Law - Mississippi College School of Law
o Instructor
 Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy
 Pearl Police Department
 Rankin County Law Enforcement Training Institute
 Board of Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training
o Member and Former Commissioner Mississippi Bar
o Member of the Rankin County Bar Association
o Member of Board - Sobriety Trained Officers Representing Mississippi (STORM)
o Member of Mississippi Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules (2002-2003)
o Member Governors' Task Force for Human Trafficking
o Tank Gunner, Company A, 198th Armor, 31st Dixie Division and Company Clerk, 367th Heavy Equipment Maintenance Company, Mississippi National Guard; Honorably Discharged SGT. E-5, July 1973


Board of Directors: Dean Anderson



Alcohol and Traffic Safety Advocate

Dean Anderson
Alcohol and Traffic Safety Advocate


My name is Dean Anderson and I was born on June 23, 1970. I live in Vicksburg,
MS. I'm currently employed with Shiers Communications for 20 plus years. I was
a volunteer for MADD Mothers Against Drunk Driving going for over 7 years.
MADD's Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving® has the goal of
protecting our families from drunk driving and ultimately ending the
threat of drunk driving on American roads by:
• Support the heroes who keep our roads safe. High-visibility law
enforcement catches drunk drivers and discourages others from
driving drunk.
• Require convicted drunk drivers to blow before they go. Ignition
interlock devices, or in-car breathalyzers, require all convicted drunk
drivers to prove they are sober before the car will start.
• Turn cars into the cure. Tomorrow's cars will protect each of us,
automatically determining whether or not the driver is at or above the
legal limit of .08 and failing to operate if the driver is impaired.

Board of Directors: Billy Brister



MASEP board representative
Phone: 662-325-3423
Billy Brister
MASEP board representative

Mississippi Alcohol Safety Education Program

Board of Directors: Mike Vick



Chairman Emeritus
Phone: 601-485-1893
Mike Vick
Chairman Emeritus



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