Assistant Sheriff Todd Fasulo has over 31 years of law enforcement experience to include the FBI, US Army and the LVMPD. He currently oversees two divisions, Detention Services and Professional Standards. He also supervises the Internal Affairs Bureau and the Office of Labor Relations. The Detention Services Division is responsible for the operations of the Clark County Detention Center and the North Valley Complex. The Professional Standards Division handles the intricate mechanisms of the department: training, policies and procedures, Office of Human Resources and the Project Management and Video Bureau which includes the Body Worn Camera Unit. In all, he oversees over 1475 employees.
Todd has held numerous assignments within LVMPD to include: Deputy Chief of Detention Services Division, Captain of Convention Center Area Command, Acting Captain of the Support Operations Bureau, Executive Lieutenant in the Patrol Division, Lieutenant in Internal Affairs Bureau, Downtown Area Command and Bolden Area Command, Sergeant in the K9 Section, Internal Affairs Bureau and Patrol. As a Detective, he worked in the Gang Unit and as a Patrol Officer, he held a position on the Patrol Academy Training Staff, was a Field Training Officer, as well as a Patrol Officer at the Northwest, Southwest, and Southeast Area Commands. Todd has also served as the chairman of the Pre-Termination Board and has served on the Critical Incident Review Panel.
Todd implemented a program pertaining to employee misconduct and identifying early warning signs. This program is utilized not only by the LVMPD, but by many police agencies throughout the world. He developed the department’s current patrol manpower and resource allocation staffing standards. Todd received the Meritorious Service Award for response to the 9/11 terrorist attack while assigned to the Nevada FEMA Task Force and a Unit Citation of Valorous Conduct during the Rodney King Riots.
He has consulted and taught on various policing topics at over 60 police departments in the United States, Canada, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the US Virgin Islands. He has been a guest speaker on current best practices in policing and specifically misconduct, internal affairs and officer use of force issues. In 2007, he graduated the Northwestern University Police Command and Staff School and has also attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas and Columbia Southern University.
Todd currently serves as a Board Member for Hope for Prisoners, Co-Chair for the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and prior President of the Western Little League.