Associate Instructor, USA
Troy Arnold has over 30 years’ experience in law enforcement. He is originally from Southern California and graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1988. He has worked as a uniformed police officer and District Attorney’s Investigator. In 2007, he accepted a position as a criminal investigator with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office Special Prosecutions/Environmental Crimes Unit where he currently investigates environmental crimes, homicides, human trafficking and complex economic crimes across the state. He is the coordinator of the Colorado Environmental Crimes Task Force that consists of over 500 members across the state and frequently conducts trainings on environmental investigations for law enforcement, prosecutors and environmental regulatory inspectors.
Troy is an instructor and has served on the training committee and executive committee for the Western States Project, an organization created to provide training to environmental regulators, civil attorneys, law enforcement officers and prosecutors on how to conduct environmental investigations. Troy lives in Denver with his wife and his dog Henry. He enjoys hiking, travelling (especially Europe), fly fishing, golf and is an avid drummer.