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Mike Spagnoletti

Mike Spagnoletti served 30 years in law enforcement, which included his time as a military police officer in the United States Army, a police officer in Brackenridge Borough, and over 25 of those years as an Allegheny County Police officer. Prior to retiring from the Allegheny County Police Department in 2018, Mike worked on patrol, in the horse mounted unit, in the motorcycle unit, and as a Senior Patrol Officer in the community relations/crime prevention division. During his career in law enforcement, he was a nationally Certified Child Safety Seat Technician, an FBI Certified police instructor, and held numerous other safety and training certifications. He has taught pedestrian and driver safety programs to thousands of children, teens, adults, and senior citizens during his career. Mike also spent 18 years teaching various classes to police recruits at the Allegheny County Police Training Academy.

Mike holds a master’s degree in criminal justice administration and is currently an adjunct professor in the Criminal Justice & Criminology department at the Community College of Allegheny County. He is still very active working within the community throughout Allegheny County and currently serves as the president of the Allegheny County Camp Cadet Program. Mike and his wife Kelly have four daughters, four grandchildren and 1 more grandchild on the way. He and his wife enjoy traveling on his motorcycle and babysitting their grandchildren. Mike joined the Cindy Cohen School of Driving team in 2023 as a part-time driving instructor.

“Saving one child won’t change the world, but for that child the world will change.”