David Osuna has a combined twenty-five years Law Enforcement and Corrections experience and another five years experience as a Private Investigator. David began his law enforcement career in 1977 as a patrolman with New Mexico State University Police Department, while pursuing his post-secondary education at New Mexico State University. A year later he accepted a Uniformed Officer position with the New Mexico Department of Public Safety, where he served the citizens of New Mexico, for the next twenty-four (24) years.
David experienced a rewarding and progressive career with the State Police. Through hard work and dedication, David worked his way through the ranks from Patrolman, Criminal Investigator, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major and finally, Deputy Chief.
After retiring from the State Police in 2002, David accepted a position with the Management and Training Corporation (MTC) as Chief of Security for a six-hundred-eighty-two bed Adult Detention Facility. After five months with MTC, David was elevated to the position of Deputy Warden.
David holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University and is a graduate of Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command. David joined S.O.A.R.S. in 2005 and has, for the last six years, played an active role in building and molding S.O.A.R.S. into one of the State’s paramount defense oriented investigation and government tort claim adjusting firms.
Mr Osuna is actively involved in community affairs serving on the Student Wellness Advisory Council, Coaching Girls Basketball and serving as a Religious Education Instructor. David is serves as an official referee for the New Mexico Activities Association and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Division Two College.