What we Do
Partnering with leading experts and businesses with similar interests, the Sherry Black Foundation and its board members work to advance the collaboration of knowledge and experience between experts and agencies.
This genuine interest to cultivate a cross-agency example of solving crimes will be the legacy of all involved.
Sherry Black Foundation Board
A network of highly regarded individuals who share a passion for supporting the efforts of law enforcement and embracing the vision of the Sherry Black Foundation.
Vet and ensure Sherry’s Book Club is comprised of high-caliber experts to create a cache of knowledge and network of resources.
Build and promote the Sherry Black Foundation vision, mission, and services.
Identify partnerships and fundraising opportunities to further the foundation goals.
Sherry Book Club Members and Experts
A collaborative and dynamic group of crime-solving experts, these like-minded individuals are interested in sharing their skills to help others learn and improve from their experience. These experts will work together to build a cache of leadership and support for agencies seeking knowledge and resolution. Established meetings to review and consult on cases presented by investigators and families. Individual commitments to lead symposium training on specific expertise.
Provide appropriate contacts and introductions for case resolution and foundation networking and outreach.
Contract to provide training and receive financial compensation.
As a committed member, attend a minimum of one case review annually with the foundation covering all necessary travel expenses.
Submit formal report within three business days after case review.
Submit a proposed curriculum for training with an application for LES Training approval.
Quarterly update on contacts and progress on cases that have been reviewed.
“The Utah Department of Public Safety’s collaboration with the Sherry Black Foundation is a valuable resource that has brought a unique training opportunity to law enforcement professionals in Utah. Thank you to Heidi and Greg Miller for their partnership in providing high quality training for criminal justice professionals.“
Commissioner Keith D. Squires, Utah Department of Public Safety