Moorpark Criminal Justice - Meet Your Instructors
Professor Leeann Mulville is the Senior Instructor for the Moorpark Criminal Justice Program. She has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from California State University Northridge, and a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Fresno. She began her Law Enforcement Career as a Police Reserve Officer with the Ventura Police Department, and continued her career with the Oxnard Police Department retiring as Senior Officer. Her law enforcement career included assignments as an Investigator for child abuse and neglect, and sexual assaults, Beat Coordinator (Corporal), Patrol Officer, Senior Officer, Field Training Officer, and Firearms Instructor.
In addition, Leeann was an instructor in the State of California Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) Basic and Reserve Academies, and currently is currently an instructor for POST PC 832 Arrest and Firearms Courses. Leeann has been a Professor in the Criminal Justice Departments of the Ventura College District for over 35 years.
Professor Leeann Mulville is a dedicated student of ancient Japanese martial art of Bujinkan Budo Taijitsu and holds the 10th Dan master rank of Shihan. She has personally trained in Japan with the current Bujinkan Grandmaster, Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi.
Chad Basile, J.D.
Professor Chad Basile, J.D., served as a Supervisory Special Agent of the Los Angles Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for over 20 years. Chad has taught for the Ventura County Community College District at both the Ventura and Moorpark College campuses for over five years as an Adjunct Professor. Recently retired, Professor Basile is now a full time Professor of the Moorpark College Criminal Justice Program.
Professor Basile's career with the FBI included serving as the FBI LA Joint Terrorism Task Force Coordinator, the Under Cover Operations Coordinator and the Drug / Organized Crime / Money Laundering Unit. He also supervised the FBI LA Crisis Management Unit, Special Events Unit and the 24/7 Emergency Operations Center and the FBI LA Training Unit. Professor Basile has worked domestic and joint international investigations.
He is an FBI Master Police Instructor having trained and certified more than two thousand law enforcement and military firearms and defensive tactics instructors. He is also a California Peace Officer & Standards Training (POST) certified firearms, arrest and control instructor, and chemical agents instructor. Professor Basile is also certified as a Master Firearms and Defensive Tactics Police Instructor for the European Union, where he has taught and certified European Law Enforcement and Military instructors for many years.
He holds the title of Shihan as a personal student of Grandmaster, Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, headmaster and creator of the Japanese Bujinkan System. Professor Basile has trained and studied martial arts for more than 35 years and holds master level ranks in a number of martial art styles. He regularly holds self protection seminars for victims of domestic violence, and health care professionals. He is also the creator and lead instructor of the Moorpark College course, CJ M09: Bujinkan Practical Self Defense.
Prior to his FBI appointment, Professor Basile practiced law as a civil litigation attorney in Northern California.
Professor Mike Sayre served with the United States Army in the 82nd Airborne, Military Police. After his military service, Mike joined the LAPD where he served for over 30 years, retiring as a sergeant. As a law enforcement officer, Mike served in the LAPD’s elite Metropolitan Division. His assignments include crime suppression, security details, undercover, vice operations and the police academy. Mike is an experienced educator teaching at Moorpark College for over 30 years. Mike has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Mike possess a broad spectrum of instructional background. His teaching experience consists of the Delinquency Control Institute at USC, Los Angeles Fire Department Leadership Academy, and more recently he supervised and coordinated the LAPD’s West Point Leadership Program (re-named LAPD Leadership Program) designed for supervisory and management personnel throughout California. Mike is a handgun, shotgun and rifle instructor.
Professor Bobby Camarillo is a tenured educator and a former law enforcement officer. Prior to becoming an educator, Bobby served for thirty-four years with the Oxnard Police Department, retiring as a Police Sergeant. During his career with the Oxnard Police Department, Bobby enjoyed assignments as a Detective, and Detective Supervisor, Field Supervisor (sergeant), Beat Coordinator (Corporal), Field Training Officer, Patrol Officer, and was a member of the department's elite Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit. Other assignments include the La Colonia / Police Storefront as a Senior Officer.
Bobby holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree, and has been an educator for over twenty-seven years with the Ventura County Community College District, teaching at both the Ventura and Moorpark College campuses.
Bobby is also a state and federal court qualified expert in the areas of drug abuse, drug trafficking, drug manufacturing, and drug endangered children.
Tim Lumas and wife, Shelley.
Professor Tim Lumas is a tenured educator and a former law enforcement officer. Prior to becoming an educator, Tim enjoyed a thirty-year career as a law enforcement officer, first with the Pasadena Police Department for ten years, and then with the Oxnard Police Department for over twenty years retiring as a Sergeant. During his law enforcement career, Tim worked a variety of assignments including: patrol, traffic motors, narcotics enforcement, gang enforcement, detectives, and the police academy.
Tim was awarded an Associates of Arts degree in field of Humanities from Pasadena City College. Pictured above with Tim is his wife, Shelley Lumas.
Professor Nick Zingo enjoyed a career in law enforcement that spanned over forty-years, first with the Detroit Police Department, and then with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) where he retired as a police Captain. Immediately following his retirement, Nick transitioned to the position of reserve police officer with the LAPD, where he is assigned to the Training Division as a Firearms and Tactics instructor. Nick has been involved with law enforcement training for over thirty-years, beginning as an instructor in the Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) program, and then transitioning to the West Point Leadership Program (now known as the LAPD Leadership Program) where he taught command staff officers from the LAPD, and other police agencies throughout the state of California. As a result of his involvement in the infamous North Hollywood Bank of America bank shootout, Nick traveled the country giving presentations to all levels of law enforcement, from local to the federal level.
Nick has attended instructor schools provided by the LAPD, the Department of Justice, the UCLA Extension program, and received the State of California Lifetime Teaching Credential. Nick also successfully completed the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Fellowship Program, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy.
Nick has been awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Detroit-Mercy, and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the California State University of Long Beach. Prior to joining the Criminal Justice Program at Moorpark College, Nick taught criminal justice at Long Beach City College and Los Angeles City College. In 2015, Nick completed the State of California Peace Officer & Standard's (POST) Master Instructor Certification (MICC) program, and is a State of California Master Instructor and course designer.
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