Pamla Harvey Keller is currently retired from Washoe County Sheriff's Office 19 years of experience that included Patrol, Detention, Administration and Forensic Investigations as a line staff member and supervisor. A career highlight included the establishment of the Research and Development group (2006-07), which incorporated Intelligence-Led Policing methods and reporting at the Sheriff's Office. The foundation of this work was incorporated into her thesis work in the area of crime reporting, finishing her Masters in Criminal Justice in 2009 at the University of Nevada, Reno. The first conference presentation of her research was at the WSSA Conference in 2010. She is an active member of International Association of Women Police and teaches at the University of Phoenix. Prior to working in Law Enforcement, Ms. Keller received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Engineering, emphasis in Electrical, from Northern Arizona University in 1987 and was employed as a Member of Technical Staff at Rockdyne, a division of Rockwell International for 7 years in Southern California. She was recently accepted into the Doctorate Program in Education and is continuing on to obtain her Ph. D. here at UNR.