Sergeant Ashe PackeMentor and Trainer

    Sergeant Anthony Packe, a Las Vegas native, is an 18 year Nevada law enforcement veteran, the past 15 years of which have been with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. He has worked in corrections and patrol, and spent time as a Field Training Officer and Firearms Instructor. As a detective, he worked in several specialized units, including the Property Crimes Unit, the Tourist Crimes Unit and the Counter-Terrorism Section. He spent two and half years as a Task Force Officer on the Federal Bureau of Investigation Joint Terrorism Task Force, where he conducted investigations into international terrorism threats and has worked with the Department of Homeland Security in Washington DC. He is a member of the LVMPD Crisis Intervention Team and teaches on the subject of international and domestic terrorism to law enforcement and first responders. He previously volunteered with the Narcotic Educational Foundation of Nevada as the lead instructor for the Drugs Impact Everyone victim impact panel. He is currently a patrol supervisor and has mentored with Hope for Prisoners since 2015