Kansas Western Missouri
Rob Moser, NA Session 230, has been named the Coordinator of Safety and Transportation for the Unified School District serving DeSoto, Shawnee, Lenexa, and Olathe, Kansas effective July 1st! Rob retired as the Chief of Shawnee, Kansas in early 2020 after a 29-year career. Congrats to Rob on his new position!
Frank Papish, NA Session 237, has accepted a new position as a Special Investigator with the Office of Disciplinary Administrator for the Kansas court system. Frank retired as the Assistant Director of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation in June 2020. He is currently the President-Elect of the Kansas Western Missouri Chapter.
Scott Rhoad, NA Session 217, retired on June 30, 2021, after 34 years of service to the University of Central Missouri located in Warrensburg, Missouri. Scott started with the UCM Department of Public Safety as a student employee for two years before being hired as an officer in 1987. He worked his way up through the ranks and has been the Chief for the past seven years. As the Director of the Public Safety, Scott was in charge of the University Police, Parking Services, Access Control, and Environmental Health and Safety.
Scott has served on several boards over the years to include the Missouri Peace Officers Association, Campus Parking, and Transportation Association, Kansas Western Missouri Chapter, his church, Warrensburg’s Board of Alderman (2005-present), and is currently the Mayor Pro-Tem. Scott was the recipient of the Chapter’s prestigious Clarence M. Kelley award in 2015. He is currently on the FBINAA National Board as the 2nd Vice President. Scott plans to continue his duties with the FBINAA Board, spend more time with his family, and look for opportunities to allow flexibility with his board responsibilities! Thank you for your years of service, Scott, and your continued leadership on the National Board!
Chief Mike Hasty, NA Session 234, retired on June 1, 2021, after 39 years of service. Mike served with the Excelsior Springs Police Department from 1981-1984 before joining the Gladstone, Missouri Department of Public Safety. He worked his way through the ranks and is retiring as the Chief after 14 years. He had many roles including public safety officer, firefighter/EMT, and fire battalion chief before being appointed as the Director of Gladstone DPS.
Mike received the prestigious Clarence M. Kelley award from the Kansas Western Missouri Chapter in 2017. He served as the President of the Kansas City Metropolitan Chiefs and Sheriffs Association (2011), Missouri Police Chiefs Association President (2014), and the Chairman of Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation (2015). Mike is truly planning on retiring for now! Congrats, Mike – thank you and we wish you a happy retirement!
Troy Rettig, NA Session 229, has announced his retirement from Leawood Police Department. At this point, he has no plans except to unwind. Congrats on a great career, Troy!