Haley Fleming has more than ten years of law enforcement experience, and prior to that came from a career in corrections. During his time in corrections, he was promoted as a line supervisor and was an instructor for DOC Standards and Defensive Tactics. He began his law enforcement career at Winslow Police Department in March 2008. His ambition and exceptional talent were recognized with a promotion to Sergeant in June 2012, where he oversaw various operations of the department including investigations, policy development, and training. Fleming was promoted again in June 2018 to Captain, a position he currently holds. Throughout his law enforcement career, he continued to instruct defensive tactics, use of force, Simunitions, and was the lead Field Training Officer for the department. He successfully completed the Maine Criminal Justice Academy instructor programs for MARC, Interactive Use of Force as well as other instructor certifications including ASP. Fleming is a graduate of Force Science Institute, specializing in human biomechanics and neural response timing. He is trained in forensic video analysis, and is an annual attendee of a Use of Force Summit by Daigle Law Group. Fleming has attended several honorable leadership trainings including, IACP 7th Leadership in Police Organizations, 112th FBI LEEDA Supervisor Institute, 132nd FBI LEEDA Command Institute, 78th FBI LEEDA Executive Institute, and 21st FBI LEEDS Conference. He holds an Intermediate and Advanced Law Enforcement Officer Certification through Maine Criminal Justice Academy, where he has instructed approximately 800 hours. Fleming is accepted into the FBI National Academy session number 276 and scheduled to attend the in April of 2019. Fleming is an active member of: MCPA, IACP, and FBI LEEDA.