BENEFITING PUBLIC SERVANTS                                                      WHEN THEY NEED IT MOST

2023 Board of Directors

Ryan Tafoya



Ryan started his law enforcement career in 1997 originally with the City of Rio Rancho Department of Public Safety where he served as a patrol officer and a was a member of the Gang Enforcement Team. In 2002 Ryan laterally transferred to another Albuquerque Metro Police Department where he served all three area commands and is a Field Training Officer, he became a member of the Emergency Response Team in 2004, was selected as the Drill Instructor for the Regional Academy Class 25. In 2006 Ryan left patrol work and became a Violent Crimes Detective and in 2008 moved to the Homicide Division. Ryan was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in June 2009.


Ryan became involved in fund raising efforts after learning that that a co-worker, Deputy Shannon Key was diagnoses with terminal brain cancer. Ryan started the annual “Guns and Hoses” softball tournament. Due to the success that was achieved during this event Ryan was approached on several different occasions in an attempt to organize additional fund-raisers for different causes at which time a need was recognized to have monies on hand in times of emergencies.

Michael Duran



Michael started his law enforcement career in 2008 with the Isleta Tribal Police Department, where he served as a patrol officer before being promoted to Training Sergeant in charge of the agency's training needs. In 2015, Michael laterally transferred to the Sandoval County Sheriff's Office, where he served as a deputy before being promoted to Sergeant in 2018. Michael assisted Sandoval County as an instructor in numerous high liability training areas while simultaneously working as a member of the Tactical Response Team. Michael laterally transferred to the Rio Rancho Police Department in 2020. As a member of the Rio Rancho Police Department, Michael is a Master Instructor, is a member of the SWAT team, was promoted to the rank of Corporal in 2021, and assists with numerous training topics.


Michael became an active board member with Ten-82 in late 2019 after assisting with multiple Ten-82 fundraising events. Michael felt driven to work with the Ten-82 organization after watching and supporting his Grandmother and Mother serve for years with Civitan when he was growing up. Michael is proud to serve and give back to first responders in need.

Jocelyn Hotle



In 2004 Jocelyn began working with Albuquerque Police Department as a civilian in the records division. During that time she became familiar with the 10-82 foundation.  In 2005 and 2006 Jocelyn was the ring girl for our Rumble in the Rio boxing events. In 2008 she graduated from the APD police academy where she worked patrol until she lateraled to the Bernalillo County Sheriffs Department in 2011. Jocelyn currently works as a Court Deputy at the Bernalillo County Courthouse. She has continued to volunteer for 10-82 throughout the years and in 2019 became a board member. Jocelyn loves the purpose and goals of what 10-82 stands for and enjoys giving back to those in need.

Joseph Harris



Joe is a military veteran who served in the United States Navy prior to beginning his law enforcement career in 2015, with the Sandoval County Sheriff’s Office. During his time with the Sheriff’s Office, Joe was assigned to the traffic division focusing on DWI enforcement and motor vehicle crash investigations. Joe became one of three crash reconstructionist at the Sheriff’s Office before moving on. Joe now serves as a Detective with the Bosque Farms Police Department investigating all felony and major crime related investigations. Joe has an extensive training background serving as a General Instructor, Domestic Violence Instructor, SFST Instructor and continues to assist in patrol related traffic operations.


Joe was a volunteer with the Ten-82 foundation for several years prior to becoming an active member in late 2015.

Laura Dailey



Laura started her career in 2011 with the Bernalillo County Sheriffs Office.  During her career as a Deputy Sheriff, she served in all area commands where she was  a member of the Gang Recognition Intelligence Patrol.  In addition to her required duties, she was an active member of the Animal Cruelty Task Force.  She became a Field Training Officer and serves an instructor at the Bernalillo County Regional Training Academy.  She was a detective with the Special Investigations and Intelligence Unit and is currently a detective with the Violent Crimes/Homicide Unit.  Laura began volunteering her time with several national organizations such as the St. Baldricks Foundation, Cops for Kids and the Police Athletic League.  Her giving spirit continued to shine locally as she volunteered with Ten82 on numerous occasions throughout the years until finally making it official and becoming a board member in early 2022.

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