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The POST Management Team is comprised of the Executive Director, three Assistant Executive Directors, a Public Information Officer, and 8 Bureau Chiefs. The Management Team works with POST staff, affiliated POST agencies, and associations to develop and maintain programs and services which assist California Law Enforcement in addressing the needs of communities they serve.

The Management Team meets twice a month to discuss organizational issues and share program updates, agency developments, and upcoming events that may impact POST and its stakeholders.

Bob StresakBob Stresak

Executive Director

Bob Stresak was appointed Executive Director in December 2012 following the retirement of Paul Cappitelli.  Bob brings 45 years of California law enforcement to the position.  While at POST he served as the Institute of Criminal Investigations coordinator, the Basic Course Coordinator, the POST legislative liaison, the Bureau Chief of Standards and Evaluations Bureau (now Standards, Evaluation, and Research Bureau) and as the Assistant Executive Director of Standards and Development Division.   Before joining POST he served with the Los Angeles Police Department for 27 years and upon retiring accepted a position with the California Youth Authority (CYA) Internal Affairs Division.  He joined POST in 1999. Bob holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice.

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Assistant Executive Directors

Jan BullardJan Bullard

Assistant Executive Director
Standards and Development Division

Jan has 26 years of law enforcement experience.  She served one year as a Level II Reserve Officer for the City of South Pasadena, 6 years with the Glendora Police Department as their first female police officer, and 19 years with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department.  While at Santa Barbara her assignments included training manager, background investigator, public information officer, and patrol.  Jan supervised several bureaus including Personnel and Training, Patrol, DARE and Mounted Unit. 

Jan first came to POST in 1997 as a Management Fellow.  In this capacity she spent two years as the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Grant Program Coordinator.  Her demonstrated competency led to full time employment in 1999 as a Law Enforcement Consultant at POST.

Jan’s initial work began in Training Program Services on projects such as, Racial Profiling, Hate Crimes, Model Respiratory Program and the Museum of Tolerance.  For 3 years, she was an Area Consultant for Region 3, assigned to POST's Training Delivery and Compliance Bureau.  Jan was promoted at POST to Bureau Chief of Learning Technology Resources in 2009.

Jan has a Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration from the University of La Verne.

Dave CornejoDave Cornejo

Assistant Executive Director
Administrative Services Division

Dave came to POST with over twenty years of State executive and managerial experience overseeing Financial, Information Technology, and Administrative programs.  He has served as the Chief Financial Officer for the California Department of Public Health and the Fiscal Chief for the California Public Employees Retirement System. He has administrative experience with State law enforcement and emergency response programs, including the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Cal-Fire, and the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Prior to becoming a State Manager, Dave was a College Professor at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento and taught both Computer Information Science and Business Administration courses.  Dave has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from California State University, Sacramento.

Alan DealStephanie Scofield

Assistant Executive Director
Field Services Division

Stephanie joined POST in 2008 as a Law Enforcement Consultant after serving for 14 years in California law enforcement. She began her career at POST in the Management Counseling Services Bureau as a Law Enforcement Consultant before serving in both the Basic Training Bureau and the Training Delivery and Compliance Bureau.

In 2011, Stephanie was promoted to Bureau Chief of the Standards, Evaluation and Research Bureau and in 2012, served as the Bureau Chief of the Training Delivery and Compliance Bureau. Stephanie was promoted to Assistant Executive Director of the Administrative Division in 2013 and served in that capacity for two years.  She was then appointed as the Assistant Executive Director of the Field Services Division in January 2016.

Stephanie’s law enforcement experience includes two years with the Orange County Sheriff’s department and 12 years with the Pleasanton Police Department. In those capacities, she held a variety of positions, including Canine Officer, Field Training Officer, and Detective. As a Sergeant, she was a Patrol Supervisor, Field Training Program Supervisor, and the Administrative Sergeant. Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Fullerton.

Bureau Chiefs

Darla EnglerDarla Engler

Bureau Chief
Administrative Services

Darla Engler joined POST in 2007 to serve as Personnel Officer. She brought 21 years of state experience in Personnel and Labor Relations, having served at the State Teacher Retirement System, the California Department of Forestry, and the Student Aid Commission.  Darla promoted to Bureau Chief of Administrative Services in 2011.

Scott Loggins Scott Loggins

Bureau Chief
Basic Training Bureau

Scott Loggins joined POST after 23 years with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department where he held a variety of assignments including corrections, patrol, field training officer and investigations, as well as assignments as the Department’s in-service training coordinator, reserve coordinator, and academy director.  He held command-level assignments in both administration and operations, and throughout his career served as an academy instructor.  Scott held the rank of Lieutenant when he retired from the Sheriff’s Department in 2011.  Scott worked in the Basic Training Bureau for POST as a Law Enforcement Consultant where he managed all Basic Course Certification Reviews, facilitated various committees, and taught in the Director-Coordinator, Recruit Training Officer, and Scenario Manager courses before being promoted to his current position as the Basic Training Bureau Chief in 2013.

Scott has a Master's Degree in Emergency Services Administration from the California State University, Long Beach, and is a graduate of the POST Master Instructor Development Program, the POST Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute, and the FBI National Academy (Class 228).

Colin O'Keefe Colin O'Keefe

Bureau Chief
Computer Services

Colin O'Keefe worked for 10 years at several Fortune 500 corporations in the areas of information technology, foreign currency exchange system design, and technical product marketing.  He joined POST in 2004, and has overseen projects in Network Management, Telecommunications, POST Web Applications, and Computer-Based Law Enforcement Testing.  Colin promoted to Bureau Chief of the Computer Services Bureau in 2013.

Colin is a graduate of the State of California IT Management Academy XIII.  He holds a Bachelors Degree in Economics, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from UC Davis. 

Mario Rodriguez Mario Rodriguez

Bureau Chief
Learning Technology Resources

Mario first came to POST in 1992 and was assigned as the Program Manager for the Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) Project.  Over the 15 years Mario worked in the Training Program Services, Basic Training, and Training Delivery and Compliance Bureaus in a variety of assignments.  Prior to coming to POST, Mario served 18 years with California State Parks.  He served 8 years as a canine handler and his background includes expertise is in the areas of use of force, arrest and control tactics, effective manipulative skills training, use of baton, and chemical agents. 

Mario retired from POST in June 2007 after 31 years in law enforcement.  He and his wife moved to South Africa and worked in full-time ministry, traveling into 17 different countries and serving on ministry leadership until their season in Africa came to a close in February 2013.  Mario returned to POST in March 2013 and was assigned to Region 2 as a Regional Consultant until his promotion to Bureau Chief of the Learning Technology Resources Bureau in July 2015.

Mario is married, has four children, and eight grandchildren.  He has a Bachelor's Degree in Administration of Justice - Law Enforcement from San Jose State University.

Don Shingara Don Shingara

Bureau Chief
Management Counseling, Leadership Development

Don Shingara became a POST employee in 2008 after serving 21 years in law enforcement. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute.  Don was assigned to the Basic Training Bureau from 2008 to 2012, where his duties included analyzing Field Training courses and programs, developing content for the Public Safety Dispatcher Basic Course, and assisting in Regular Basic Course academy reviews.  In 2012, he was assigned to the Management Counseling, Leadership Development Bureau where he conducted management studies related to evidence and property, organizational efficiency, and effectiveness. 

Don was promoted to Bureau Chief of the Management Counseling, Leadership Development Bureau in July 2015.  Don holds an Associate’s Degree in General Studies, a Bachelor’s Degree in English, and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management.  He proudly served in the United States Air Force Reserve as both an enlisted person and commissioned officer.

Kate Singer Kate Singer

Bureau Chief
Standards, Evaluation, and Research

Kate Singer served with the Marin County Sheriff’s Office from 1989 to 2000.  Kate worked in both the custody and patrol divisions as a deputy and Sergeant. She additionally served as an academy instructor and Recruit Training Officer (RTO) at the Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Training Center.  In 1997, Kate came to POST as a management fellow overseeing the Field Training Program in the Basic Training Bureau.  She was hired by POST in 2000, holding  assignments in the Center for Leadership Development, and the Training Program Services Bureau.

In 2008, Kate returned to sworn duty as a Commander with the Desert Hot Springs Police Department, she was promoted to Chief in 2012 and retired in 2013. Kate rejoined POST in July 2015 as the Bureau Chief of Standards, Evaluation, and Research.

Kate has a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology. She has attended several Executive Leadership programs at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, as well as, POST’s Executive Development Course, CPOA’s Role of the Chief, the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SBSLI), Los Angeles Police Department’s Westpoint Leadership Program, and the FBI National Academy (Class 251).

Bob ZiglarBob Ziglar

Bureau Chief
Training Program Services

Bob Ziglar, appointed Bureau Chief for the Training Program Services Bureau in August 2013, has been involved in the field of law enforcement and law enforcement training for the past 36 years.  Bob is a retired Sergeant from the Capitola Police Department where he served as a Field Training Officer, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Field Training Sergeant, and the department Training Manager.  Bob has worked as an Academy Instructor, Course Coordinator, and Director of the South Bay Regional Public Safety Consortium where he was responsible for up to ten academies a year conducted in four counties.  Upon leaving South Bay Regional, Bob was hired as the Director of Public Safety Training at Cabrillo College where he was responsible for the Fire Technology, Criminal Justice, and Emergency Medical Technician Programs.  This included all in-service training for law enforcement and fire departments in the county.  Bob has worked for POST in the Basic Training Bureau in various capacities, most recently as the Basic Course Coordinator for the last three years.

Bob has participated in the development of the Police Training Officer Program as a pilot member and instructor.  He also facilitated revisions to Scenario Testing by changing the testing process to a competency-based evaluation format.  In addition, Bob presented the POST Scenario Managers Workshop for over eighteen years.

Bob has an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor's Degree in Human Relations and Organizational Behavior, and a Master's Degree in Emergency Services Administration.