Licensed for Life uses law enforcement veterans with years of experience working DUI cases.

Deputy Chief Mike McNamara
Deputy Chief McNamara is a 32-year veteran of the Park Forest Police Department. He has made over 500 DUI arrests and has lectured extensively on the effects of alcohol and DUI laws. He personally has taught over 4,000 classes before 100,000 students at the high school and college level. He has given the LFL presentation to Driver Education's Conferences in 13 states, including the National Conventions Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri. He has a M.S. in Criminal Justice and is a graduate of the FBI’s National Academy at Quantico, VA. He is the 2003 Illinois Bar Association’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year and has twice been named Officer of the Year for the Park Forest Police Department. He is also a seven-time gold medalist for the World Police and Fire Games in Karate and is an Inspector with the Illinois Boxing Commission for Professional Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).

Chief Clifford Butz
Chief Butz heads the Park Forest Police Department. He has lectured at various colleges on the effects of drugs and previously was a member of the Northern Illinois Operations Drug Team. He is the most decorated officer in the Park Forest Police Department’s history and has been named Officer Of The Year three times! In 1990, Commander Butz was awarded the Meritorious Service award by the South Suburban Chiefs of Police for his work in drug investigation.

Chief Mitchell Davis
Chief Davis is the retired head of the Dixmoor Police Department and has been a police officer since 1993. He specialized in street gangs and narcotics when he was a police officer. He teaches classes ranging from street gangs to conflict management. Among his other teaching credentials, Chief Davis taught conflict resolution to the Nike Basketball Camp, held each year in Indianapolis, IN.

Chief Greg Baker
Chief Baker is the Chief of Police for South Holland, IL. He was a patrol supervisor and has been a police officer since 1983. Previously he was assigned to the Illinois State Drug Unit. He also serves as an arson investigator and is a juvenile officer. Commander Baker was named Officer Of The Year for the Park Forest Police Department and has received numerous awards for his undercover work.

Corporal Bob Cremin
Corporal Cremin is a 25-year veteran of police work and is a supervisor in patrol with the Richton Park Police Department. He lectures extensively on DUI and alcohol and has hundreds of DUI arrests to his credit. He brings personal stories to his lectures, the most poignant being the loss of his 7-month old son to an impaired driver.