Blue to Gold, LLC
Law Enforcement Training

Anne Kelleher

Anne Kelleher

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Law Enforcement Instructor

Anne Kelleher, JD, MA

Anne Kelleher spent twelve years with the Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office, a privilege that provided Anne a broad area of experience in Law Enforcement, Community Engagement, and Training and Mentorship. As a field training officer and supervisor, as well as one of the department’s use of force and Taser instructors, Anne was involved in training nearly every deputy who worked for the department during her career.

In addition to her Juris Doctor University of Idaho in 2014, Anne also received Bachelors of Arts degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology and a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from Washington State University. During her time at Washington State Anne taught several undergraduate classes and worked as the academic advisor for the Criminal Justice Undergraduate program. Additionally, she served as an adjunct professor at Concordia Law and of Criminal Justice at University of Idaho, teaching introduction to Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Organizations, and Comparative Criminal Justice classes.

Blue to Gold Law Enforcement Training is a company dedicated to cutting edge and professional law enforcement training.

Experience

2019 to Present - Law Enforcement Instructor - Blue to Gold Law Enforcement Training

2018 to 2019 - Assistant Director of Career Services and Legacy Mentor Program - Concordia University School of Law, Boise, ID 

2015 to 2018 - Deputy Prosecutor, Felony Division - Nez Perce County Prosecutor’s Office, Lewiston, ID

2014 to 2016 - Special Assistant U.S. Attorney - U.S. Attorney General, District of Idaho 

2014 to 2015 - Deputy/Interim Chief Prosecutor - Nez Perce Tribal Prosecutor’s Office, Lapwai, ID 

2000 to 2011 - Patrol Sergeant  - Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office, Orofino, ID  

Education

University of Idaho College of Law – Moscow, ID 
Juris Doctor, 2014 
D. Craig Lewis Mock Trial Team, Captain 

Washington State University – Pullman, WA 
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice, 1999 
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, 1997 
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, 1995

Presentations and Papers

Lost in the Maze: Mapping Solutions to Gaps in Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country” Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Juris Doctor at the University of Idaho School of Law, 2014

Explaining Criminal Behavior with Routine Activities Theory: A Test and Extension” Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Criminal Justice at Washington State  University. 1999

“Two Paths in the Theoretical Woods: Macro- and Micro-Level developments in Routine Activities Theory” Paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Conference, Orlando FL, 1999

“Cow Tipping, Combine Races, and other Rural Crimes: The Utility of Routine Activities Theory in Explaining Rural Victimization. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Toronto, B.C., 1999

“Moving Beyond Descriptive Analysis: Using GIS to Explain Pattern and Trend” Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2000

Citizen Participation with the Police-A Comparative Perspective: Japan and the United States Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2000

Professional Associations

  • Idaho State Bar Association, Member, 2014 - Present 

  • Idaho State Bar Association, Indian Law Section Member, 2014 - 2017 

  • American Bar Association, Member, 2014 - Present 

  • United States District and Bankruptcy Court, District of Idaho Member, 2014 - Present 

  • Idaho State Bar Association, Second District President, 2016 - 2017 

  • Idaho State Bar Association, Second District Vice President, 2015 - 2016