David Hulshizer, a Deputy Sheriff Senior Investigator and Supervisor with the Natrona County Sheriff’s Department accepted The City of Torrington’s Chief of Police position.
Hulshizer received his bachelor degree in Wildlife Management, with a minor in Criminal Justice from the University of Wyoming and his Masters degree from Columbia Southern University in Public Administration. Originally from Douglas, Hulshizer comes to Torrington with 18 years of law enforcement experience, over ten years in investigation and a 100% conviction rate. He has over fifteen years combined in the leading, organizing, directing and training of law enforcement officers and has managed program budgets. He is also a Certified Hostage Negotiator, Public Information Officer, Wyoming State Professional Peace officer, Field Training and Evaluation Program Officer, and certified Computer Forensics Examiner. He is on the Governor’s Council of Impaired Driving, the Wyoming Sheriff’s Association and a member of the Children’s Advocacy Project in Natrona County and the Juvenile Crime Prevention Coalition.
Torrington Mayor, Mike Varney praised KRW out of Greeley who conducted the search as exceptional, along with the Law Enforcement and citizen panels in choosing Hurshizer as Torrington’s new Chief of Police.
Hulshizer will begin his duties as Chief of Police on Monday, June 11th.