Dr. Mitchell Weinzetl has been a police officer for over twenty-five years, including twenty years of formal leadership experience, sixteen of which have been as a chief of police. He has an Associate of Applied Science Degree in law enforcement, Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in organizational management, and a Doctorate Degree in higher education and adult learning. Dr. Weinzetl is a lifelong learner and educator, and he has instructed hundreds of police officers and police executives in the areas of supervision, leadership development, and a variety of policing skills. Dr. Weinzetl has served on several boards of directors on a local, state, and federal level. He is a past president of the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association, and he is the author of Acting Out – Outlining Specific Behaviors and Actions for Effective Leadership, as well as several journal articles. Dr. Weinzetl has been a presenter at the IACP annual conference, and he is also an adjunct faculty member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, teaching in their Leading by Legacy program.