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Louis Scichilone

louis.scichilone@asu.edu

Police Commander
Police Department
University Staff
Mail Code: 1812

(480)965-3456

Bio

Louis Scichilone joined the Department in 1996 after serving in the United States Army as a Cavalry Scout /Operations & Logistics Specialist.  While working towards his degree he was the Lead Supervisor of the Department's Campus Security Assistants Program.  In May of 2000 he was selected to attend the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy in Phoenix, Arizona where he graduated and became a sworn Police Officer.  Upon completing the academy he was assigned to Patrol Operations.

Lou also served as the department's grant writer and successfully wrote a $200,000 Department of Justice grant which was used to update the agency's CAD / RMS system.  In addition, he has written grants that have funded an Automated Fingerprinting Identification System, Preliminary Breath Test Devices, Intoxilyzers, Patrol Bicycles, and DUI, Youth Alcohol, and Traffic enforcement details.  In total, his grants have awarded the department with over $400,000 in funding.

Lou was promoted to Corporal in December of 2004 and served as a Detective from 2004 to 2006.  He was promoted to Sergeant in November of 2006 and returned to Patrol Operations.  As a Patrol Sergeant Lou served as the State DUI Task Force Coordinator and is currently the agency's representative in the East Valley DUI Task Force; the longest running multi-agency DUI task force in the United States.  

Lou was selected as the interim Commander at the Polytechnic campus from December 2010 to April 2011 and again at the Tempe campus from April 2012 to July 2012.  He was promoted to Commander in July of 2012 and was assigned to oversee police operations at the Polytechnic campus in Mesa.   

Lou was recognized as Supervisor of the first, third and fourth quarters of 2011 as well as Supervisor of the Year for 2011.  He has also been recognized for his participation and charitable contributions to the ASU Police Holiday Toy and Food Drive and the W. Steven Martin Toy Drive.  He is an active member of the Student Assistance Coordination Committee and the Public Safety Advisory Counsel.  

Lou has successfully completed numerous law enforcement related training courses and certifications.  He received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Justice Studies/Computer Science from Arizona State University and is working towards a Master’s degree in Administration/Organizational Management from Northern Arizona University.

Research Interests

August 7th, 2012 – AZ Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, Holiday DUI and Youth Alcohol Enforcement

March 10th, 2011 – AZ Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, US Department of Justice, DUI Task Force Enforcement, Capital Outlay, Bicycle Enforcement, Youth Alcohol Enforcement

April 30th, 2010 – AZ Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, US Department of Justice, Youth Alcohol Enforcement

November 1st, 2009 – AZ Governor’s Officer of Highway Safety / US Department of Justice, Holiday/Special Events DUI Task Force and Youth Alcohol Enforcement.

December 23rd, 2008 – AZ Governor’s Officer of Highway Safety, Holiday DUI Task Force Enforcement Overtime and Capital Outlay

November 1st, 2006 – AZ Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, DUI Task Force Enforcement Overtime, East Valley DUI Task Force

July 14th, 2004 - DUI Abatement Council, AZ Governor's Office of Highway Safety, DUI Detection and Suppression

May 13th, 2003 - US Department of Homeland Security, Office of Domestic Preparedness, Police Interoperability, RMS / CAD

May 9th, 2003 - Arizona Criminal Justice Commission, Records Improvement Program, Automated Fingerprint Identification System

March 19th, 2003 - Arizona Automobile Theft Authority, Vehicle Theft Suppression

March 17th, 2003 - DUI Abatement Council, AZ Governor's Office of Highway Safety, DUI Detection and Suppression