Adam has been a member of the military since 2002 and started his law enforcement career in 2008. In 2013 Adam was hired by the Des Moines Police Department where he is currently assigned to patrol services. Adam saw firsthand the support that Iowa C.O.P.S. provided during the death of Lt. Pat Richardson. This sparked his interest in becoming a part of the organization. Since then Adam has provided assistance to Iowa C.O.P.S. including the inaugural Black and Blue Ball in 2015.
Mike has been serving as a Trooper with the Iowa State Patrol since 2006 and is currently assigned to District 12 - Stockton in Eastern Iowa. Mike enjoys being outdoors and stays active running, biking, hunting and fishing. Mike has assisted in numerous fundraising and training events for C.O.P.S.
Ryan began his law enforcement career in March 2000 with the Newton PD. In his career, he served as an FTO, Taser Instructor and in a community relations capacity before leaving in 2009. He currently works as the Communications Manager for Brownells, a firearm-related company serving law enforcement and military personnel across the U.S. Ryan was affected by the line of duty loss of his good friend and FTO, Lt. Pat Richardson, who suffered a heart attack while training for a PT test.
Nathan started his law enforcement career in 2003 with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office. In 2007, he was hired by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Bureau as a Conservation Officer in Northwest Iowa. Nathan became involved with Iowa C.O.P.S. after the line of duty death of his best friend and co-worker, Jamie Buenting in 2013.
Toni is a sister of Polk County Deputy and Metro Stars SWAT team member Todd Galetich. Toni became involved in C.O.P.S the fall of 2011. Being a family member to a police officer, Toni has a deep understanding of the survivor support these families need. Toni has assisted in numerous fundraising and training events for C.O.P.S .