LeRoy Sandoval retired from the Albuquerque Police Department (A.P.D.), after twenty years of exemplary service. During his tenure with A.P.D. LeRoy served in the Patrol, Community Liaison and Investigation Divisions. LeRoy is bi-lingual in English and Spanish and has three years undergraduate work at New Mexico State University in Criminal Justice Studies.
After leaving A.P.D., LeRoy accepted a position with the United States Office of Personnel Management (OMP), where he conducted background investigations of individuals seeking employment with the United States Government, which require “security clearances” to establish personal character and integrity. After leaving OPM, LeRoy accepted a position with the United States Department of Commerce, where he conducted background investigations for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
In 1995, LeRoy joined S.O.A.R.S., bringing with him an intricate understanding of government organizations, their structures and operational processes. LeRoy’s years of investigative training and experience proven to be a positive asset in investigating citizen complaints against New Mexico’s State, County and Municipal agencies and identifying and preserving information and documents required to assess the merit of individual tort claims.