Jesus Altamirano upon his retirement of 12 years with the Arizona department of liquor licenses and control and a 22 year law enforcement career made the decision to share his expertise by training in the area of Title 4 liquor laws.
Jesus is a highly respected individual among the alcohol industry, as well as in the community. He was the recipient of the Howard Adams Memorial Award in 2002 for exemplary service to state government, as well as being recognized both locally and nationally for his service to state government. During Jesus’s excellent academic career, he attained a Bachelors degree in Business Administration, a Master of Education and recently obtained his Doctorate in Organizational Studies with an emphasis in curriculum. As a police officer of 22 years, Jesus maintains his membership of the Fraternal Order of Police. Jesus is also an AZ P.O.S.T. certified Police officer, and an AZ P.O.S.T. Instructor.
Ted Kuhn is a retired Arizona Department of Liquor Control Chief Investigator. He has 33 years Arizona law enforcement experience and has been teaching Arizona Liquor Laws since 1974.
Lynsay Palmer was in Law Enforcement for 13 years before retiring. During those years, certified as a Field Training Officer and a General Instructor. She also received Detective Certification and spent seven of the thirteen years as a Detective.
Rob Robinson is a 26 year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department; retiring at the rank of Lieutenant. During Rob’s career, he worked most every aspect of law enforcement including DUI enforcement as a motorcycle officer, detective in the fatal traffic investigation unit and patrol. As a command officer, Rob’s assignments included commander of the Robbery, Homicide and Street Narcotic units. Rob received many awards during his career and was recognized by the Mayor of Phoenix for supervision of the Baseline Killer and Serial Shooter investigations. Rob has a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration and is a graduate of the prestigious Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Drug Commander Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Rob is fully retired now spends his time between homes in Phoenix and Rocky Point, Mexico.