Waco Police Department
Angie McCallister has been in the law enforcement field since 2004. She began her career in the field of forensic science after graduating from Baylor University where she worked as a Crime Scene Investigator at the Greensboro (NC) Police Department and the Waco Police Department. After sifting through the aftermath of crime scenes, she jumped at the opportunity to be proactive in fighting crime when the Waco Police Department added two Crime Analyst positions. Her background and working knowledge of Waco imparts added value in helping offer the community an enhanced quality of life.
El Paso Police Department
Isaac Mendez transitioned from working at a community college reading department to doing crime analysis for the El Paso Police Department in 2000 when the police department civilianized their crime analysis program. Initially working in a region directly adjacent to the border with Mexico, he later transferred to the biggest region in the city, where he’s been the sole analyst assigned to that region since.
When he’s not at work, Isaac enjoys helping non-profits and different organizations with their social media and marketing needs. Isaac is a Senior Crime Analyst and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Sul Ross State University.
New Braunfels Police Department
Andrie received her B.A. in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology (2012) and a M.S. in Homeland Security Studies (2019) from Sam Houston State University. She started her career with New Braunfels Police Department in 2013 as a records clerk and worked her way to Crime Analyst. Andrie never misses an opportunity to volunteer for events at the police department like Kid Print, Kops & Kids, or the annual PD Christmas party. When not at work, Andrie likes to spend time spoiling her nieces and nephews, loving on her cat and 2 dogs, and reading a good book.