Marty Antone (Oneida Tribal Member of Wisconsin) has twenty-eight years of Tribal and Non-Tribal law enforcement and military career that have provided subject matter expertise to coordinate, supervise, and develop law enforcement projects and training programs for special operations and patrol. In 1993, I was assigned to crimes against people cases and I responded to the most assaults in the entire county combined. As a result, I was awarded for officer of the year by the Green Bay Family Violence Center for service to victims and arrests of suspects of domestic violence. Since 1993, I have established training and developed protection measures for victims in need. The purpose statement I have adopted is to improve the quality of life of those I serve, demonstrate transformational leadership for positive change, transparency, and protection of the innocent, and help victims with compassion and resources. I currently help, assist in projects related to missing and murdered indigenous people addressing underlying issues and complexities. Summary of past Law Enforcement experience: Director of Emergency Management-Homeland Security, Police adviser, Police Supervisor, Detective Sergeant, Specialized Drug Task Force Investigation Agent, Internal Affairs, Force Protection/Anti-Terrorism Advisor, White Collar Crime, Gaming, Conspiracy, Death, Financial Investigator, Seasoned Civilian/Military Police Adviser 11 years for Domestic/International Emergency Humanitarian Operations and security missions at the highest levels of government and assisting Host Foreign Nations and Non-Governmental Agencies-Organizations.