Lorrie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and is currently employed as the Victim Services Coordinator for the Natrona County Sheriffs Office in Casper Wyoming. She has been involved in several different careers in law enforcement for the last 23 years. Her last seven years have been spent in the victim services field. The position of victim services had been filled by one person until Lorrie took on the job of expanding the agencies response by adding a large group of professionaly trained volunteers.
Lorrie developed and published a threat assessment program that is instrumental in several counties inWyoming and some areas of Utah as they consider protection orders being filed. She has been instrumental in educating the School District in Natrona County on school safety and threat assessments for school violence. She is a 2006 graduate of Gavin DeBecker and Associates Advanced Threat Assessment and Management Academy in Lake Arrowhead, California and is certified as a threat assessment specialist. Lorrie holds a certification from the National Center for Crisis Management as being a Board Certified Emergency Crisis Responder and is a Professional member of that association.She has several publications on Amazon.
Lorrie is certified through the Mediation Training Institute (MTI) as a Mediator and mediation trainer and preforms mediations for businesses and personal situations needing mediation to help solve interpersonal issues in the workplace or civil discrepencies.
She has hosted eight 40 hour victim services academies in Casper and several threat assessment seminars and critical incident classes for students from around the state, and surrounding states. She has been educating Police Dispatchers and Law Enforcement Officers in the areas of Critical incident Stress and Domestic Violence Dynamics for the last seven years.
Lorrie is currently a Police Officers Standards Training (POST) Certified Trainer for the State of Wyoming in areas of Domestic Violence, Threat Assessment, Critical Incident Stress, Victim Services, Crisis Intervention, Search and Rescue Management Systems and Search and Rescue Fundamentals. As well as working with Law Enforcement on her daily job, she volunteered for the Wyoming Search and Rescue Association as their K9 Chair for many years and currently certifies dogs from around the state. She wrote the current and only Statewide Search Dog Standards in Wyoming and they were adopted by the Wyoming Sheriffs Association and the Wyoming Search and Rescue Council. She is on the Wyoming State Search and Rescue’s Training Cadre and hosts a 40 hour academy each year for search dogs and their handlers, certifies search dogs from around the state and teaches Incident Command Systems (ICS), navigation, scent theory, search theory and lost person behavior. She is a Lead Evaluator for the National Search and Rescue Association (NASAR) and has helped in certifying over 600 Wyoming search and rescue volunteers to date.
PO Box 2161
Casper Wyoming 82602