Deborah J. Campbell retired from the New York State Police in 2015 after completing a 32- year career with the agency. During her time with the Division of State Police, she rose through the ranks from trooper to Colonel, where she had oversight of the Divisions’s EEO investigations, Recruitment, Promotional Exams, Employee Assistance Program, Labor Relations and the Governor’s Protective Services Detail.
Since her retirement, Ms. Campbell has been working for IACP teaching leadership to law enforcement officers across the country and has recently joined the FIP (Fair and Impartial Policing) training team. Deb assisted in the development of the New York Women In Law Enforcement organization, where she was a member of the original Board of Directors and served as the first President of NYWLE. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from SUNY Cortland and a Master of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government.