Mark Stadler, Director at Large
Mark Stadler has over 36 years of law enforcement experience; he became the Ventura County Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program Administrator in July 2015 after retiring as a Commander from the Ventura Police Department in California. Commander Stadler is a founding member of Ventura County’s CIT program, beginning in 2001.
Mark holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of La Verne. He is a law enforcement Medal of Valor recipient, a graduate of the California Peace Officer Standards and Training’s, Supervisory Leadership Institute, and Command College. He is an instructor at the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center, and is a Senior Adjunct Professor for the University of La Verne.
Mark is a current board member for the California Crisis Intervention Training Association – CACITA, and NAMI Ventura County.