Mike Ruggerio has been a deputy and sergeant for the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Orlando, Florida since 1991. Sergeant Ruggiero has over 20 years of investigative experience in sex crimes, internal investigations, and homicide. Sergeant Ruggiero has completed numerous hours of training in the fields of graphology, kinesics and statement analysis. He has provided thousands of hours of advanced training in the fields of investigations, interviewing, and detecting deception through identifying aspects of handwriting, body language, and statement analysis. Sergeant Ruggiero has been involved in the investigation of several hundred homicides as both an investigator and the sergeant of the Homicide Squad. He was involved in the high profile investigations of Caylee Anthony and Markeith Loyd. Mike earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from Columbia College in 2012. Mike has provided instruction for central Florida Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers, the US Peace Corps, the International Chiefs of Police Association, the Florida Homicide Investigators Association, and various other police departments and security professionals across the US. He is a member of the teaching staff at P.A.T.C. (the Public Agency Training Council), Valencia College in Orlando, and Daytona State College..