Ann Dorn has worked for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department of over 27 years and has served in several capacities during her tenure.
Her current assignment is the Officer Wellness/CIT Coordinator. She has worked in numerous positions within the patrol division. She was a Patrol Supervisor, Captains Aide, the first School Resource Officer in St. Louis City, she was a detective in the Juvenile Division and Child Abuse Unit; she served as the first female Supervisor in the Crime Suppression Unit; and as an Academy Instructor and Supervisor. She is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Crisis Intervention and Child Custody Disputes for the St. Louis Metropolitan Area
While at the Academy, Ann held the positions of Instructional/Recruit Coordinator, Field Training Manager, and Crisis Intervention Team Coordinator. She taught and redesigned the Field Training Certification Course/Program for the St. Louis Police Department. Ann also taught Juvenile Procedures, Racial Profiling, Crisis Intervention, Cultural Diversity all while supervising Recruit classes and overseeing the Departments Television Studio. In her time at the Academy, she oversaw 400+ recruits go through the Academy.
Ann is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators & Trainers (ILEETA), International Chiefs of Police Association (ICAP), National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), trained and certified Peer Support Team member from International Critical Incident Stress Foundations (ICISF), International Homicide Investigators Association (IHIA), National Association of Field Training Officers (NAFTO), and the International Association of Women Police, was a member of the Greater St. Louis Area Major Case Squad for 10 year. Additionally, Ann is a contributing editor and on the Advisory Board of “Street Talk” a Mental Health newsletter for Law Enforcement Professionals.