Cpl. Sherri Cameron is a twenty (21) year Idaho Law Enforcement veteran. During her career, her
duties included Patrol, Crime Scene Investigator (10 years), Field Training Officer (7 years),
and Defensive Tactics Instructor (5 years). She developed and conducted training in the areas
of Intoxilyzer, Radio Procedure, Crime Scenes – including property and evidence, and
Sherri is actively working both within her local law enforcement department and outside
partners (Prosecutors, Judges, Probation/Parole, Family Justice Center(s), Women’s &
Children’s Alliance, and the Idaho Coalition) in an effort to continue to educate others on
domestic violence, improve processes for victims, and train first responders to assist them in
making decisions with as much knowledge as possible. Sherri provides domestic violence
training to law enforcement recruits, veteran officers, and the community to help educate
and teach aspects specific to domestic violence. She partners with City and County
Prosecutors to ensure solid investigations and cases are conducted.
Sherri has been part of multi-disciplinary teams, domestic panels, and conferences to include
being a key note speaker in several events. She is a recognized expert on Domestic Violence,
Stalking & Strangulation in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Judicial Court Districts in Idaho, has testified on
Stalking to the Idaho Legislature, and has testified as an expert in civil domestic situation to
the Idaho Peace Officers Standards & Training (POST). Sherri has a Bachelor of Science degree
in Criminal Justice from Boise State University and holds a Master certificate from Idaho POST.
She is a certified State instructor in multiple disciplines.
Sherri is a wife and mother of two children. Her youngest child is a 14-year-old boy on the
Autism Spectrum. She has developed training utilizing both her personal experience as a
parent and her professional career. Sherri has partnered with various resources in the local
community including the Treasure Valley Autism Society, Idaho Parents Unlimited, and Idaho
Federation of Families to provide training to first responders and communities.