Doug Schroeder started his law enforcement career in 1996 and was appointed Police Chief in Hesston, Kansas in 2001. After 20 years as Police Chief, Doug was appointed the Director of the Kansas Commission on Peace Officers’ Standards and Training in August of 2021. Doug has a bachelor’s degree from Central Christian College and a graduate degree from Fort Hays State University. Doug is an adjunct instructor in the criminal justice departments of several Kansas colleges. Doug is a graduate of the Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command (class #361) and is a past president of the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police. Doug has received various local, state, and national awards during his career including the Presidential Medal of Valor from United States President Donald Trump in 2018.
Michelle R. Meier
Michelle R. Meier began her legal career in 2002 in the Pittsburg, KS area. During that time Michelle handled Child in Need of Care cases, criminal cases, family law matters, and worked as a certified Mediator.
Beginning in 2007, Michelle served as a Prosecutor for the City of Wichita where she prosecuted misdemeanor crimes that included Domestic Violence, DUI, drug crimes, theft, and prostitution. She also assisted with the development and implementation of the first Mental Health Court in the state of Kansas. Michelle joined the staff at CPOST as legal counsel in 2016.
Michelle has a Bachelor of Arts in English and Psychology from the University of Kansas. She graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2002. Michelle is licensed to practice in Kansas and Missouri.
Rose Ann Kelley
Sr. Administrative Assistant
Administrative Assistant Rose Ann Kelley was hired with KSCPOST in December 2014. She retired from the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office with over 20 years of experience as an Administrative Assistant and Administrative Specialist. During this time she was assigned to the detention bureau, Professional Standards Unit and the Investigations Division. Rose Ann’s duties at CPOST include assisting the Executive Director in meetings and other administrative support functions, correspondence and budget preparation, purchasing, time and leave reporting, and human resource responsibilities.
Office Assistant Eva Smith began working for KSCPOST in July of 2017. Eva has over 7 years of experience working as an Administrative Professional. Prior to her work at CPOST, she primarily worked in education, accounting, and front office operations. Eva's essential duties at CPOST include assisting in maintaining the Central Registry via entering various training and employment reports and supporting the Administrative Assistant in general office functions.
Central Registry Manager
Central Registry Manager Matt Deffner began working with KSCPOST as a Staff and Technical Support Specialist. While working as staff support, he assisted and learned the intricacies of maintaining the Central Registry. In Novemeber of 2010, he took the full duties of the Central Registry Manager and works with law enforcement agencies to help keep rosters and training records current and accurate. Matt Deffner also maintains the KSCPOST website. He graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing.
Investigator Michael Oliver began his law enforcement career in 1977 and worked with the Reno County Sheriff’s Office, the Hesston Police Department and retired from the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office. While with Sedgwick County, Mike moved up through the ranks and served as a Deputy, Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and the Major in charge of law enforcement operations.
Mike holds an Associate’s Degree in Police Science from Hutchinson Community College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Friends University and is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute, Class #108. Mike also graduated from the Central States Law Enforcement Executive Development program, the Mini MPA program through Wichita State University and Leadership Wichita.
Investigator George Brown began his law enforcement career in 1981 and worked for Mulvane Police Department, McPherson Police Department, Allen County Sheriff's Office and retired from the Ford County Sheriff's Office in 2015. George worked as a Patrolman, Deputy Sheriff, Investigator and Undersheriff. While at the Ford County Sheriff's Office, George developed the Crimes Against Children's Unit and became a specialist in investigating crimes against children and internet crimes. In 2011, he was awarded Medal of Merit for bringing the Ford County Sheriff's Office to the leading edge of detection, apprehension and prosecution of child sex offenders.
Investigator Kevin Sexton began his law enforcement career in 1997. Prior to his career moving into law enforcement, Kevin had a successful career in Human Resource Management for over twelve years. Kevin went to work for the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department assigned to the Detention Division. From 1997 to 1999 he performed multiple functions as a deputy within the facility. Kevin was part of a team that went out into the college community recruiting young men and women interested in a law enforcement career with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department. He was a member of the department’s Critical Incident Stress Management Team. In 1999, Kevin went to work for the Haysville Police Department as a patrolman. His career with the Haysville Police Department included assignments as a School Resource Officer, Master Police Officer, Detective, Detective Sergeant, and Investigations Lieutenant Commander. As a Lieutenant, Kevin also managed and supervised the Municipal Court Clerk, the department’s records section, the department’s Drug Enforcement Agency Task Force Officer, and the School Resource Officer program.
Kevin was the department’s Officer of the Year in 2000. He completed numerous law enforcement enrichment and management courses over his career including the F.B.I. Central States Law Enforcement Executive Development program in 2018. Kevin proudly worked his entire certified career with the Haysville Police Department, retiring April 1, 2023, after over twenty-four years of service to his community.