Background - Born and raised in Kenosha, David Zoerner graduated from Mary D. Bradford High School in 1987 and immediately departed for United States Marine Corps. While attending the Marine Corps military police academy, Zoerner was selected for special duty to the White House, serving Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Sergeant Zoerner attended Northern Virginia Community College, Texas State University and completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Earning a bachelors degree in Political Science, Concentration in Administration of Justice. Sergeant David Zoerner and his wife of 18 years, Amy, reside in Pleasant Prairie with their four sons.
Occupation - Sergeant Zoerner’s first professional job was working with adjudicated youth in Racine, then a four year assignment as the School Resource Officer to Wilmot Union High School. Sergeant Zoerner is currently an adjunct instructor at Gateway Technical College in the School of Protective and Human Services. Sergeant Zoerner teaches student recruits in the Law Enforcement Academy as well as multiple topics in the Criminal Justice associate degree program. He is also supervisor in the Conveyance Division where his duties include all inmate movement logistics through the Kenosha County court house setting, risk assessment and coordinating movement of federal contract inmates and detainees throughout the region.
Politics and Community Involvement - Sergeant Zoerner’s volunteer work includes 15 years on the board of directors of Women and Children's Horizons also having served on the Property Committee and as Board Secretary; volunteer trainer for National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) teaching Kenosha county law enforcers and community partners effective suicide prevention strategies; Boy Scouts of America Den Leader and Pinewood Derby Enthusiast!
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