Simon Lewis, Executive Director
Simon Lewis is the Executive Director of National Police Support Fund. He graduated from Marquette University in 2008 and has worked in the political sphere managing operations, fundraising, and political strategy at the state and national level. He is currently a Military Police Officer and Executive Officer in the Wisconsin National Guard. He has extensive training and real-word experience in law enforcement operations, the National Incident Management System, FEMA operations, and detention operations. He has deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He currently lives in Milwaukee, WI.
Glenn Frankovis, Secretary
Glenn Frankovis is the Secretary of National Police Support Fund’s Board of Directors and advises the board on police-related manners. Frankovis is a nationally-renowned author of Area Saturation Patrol, a policing method that has been adopted by departments across the country, and the standard to which other methods are held. He is a retired Milwaukee Police Department Captain (1975-2004), who served as commanding officer of Districts Five and Three. Over the course of his career, he was assigned to the MPD’s Tactical Enforcement Unit, both as a police officer and as a sergeant. Frankovis was also a district-level street supervisor and, as a lieutenant, a district shift commander. Frankovis is married and lives in Sullivan, WI.
Kyle Maichle, Treasurer
Kyle Maichle is the Treasurer of National Police Support Fund’s Board of Directors. Mr. Maichle graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree and also graduated from Madison College in 2005 with an Associate’s degree. He has close to ten years of experience working in political communications, research, and marketing in a variety of settings. Mr. Maichle is a dedicated champion for conservative causes along with supporting our law enforcement officers. Mr. Maichle currently works for a dental marketing company and lives in Madison, WI.
Mike Casey is a US Army veteran with military experience as an investigative official. He retired after 29 years of service and attained the rank of Colonel. Casey earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame, masters degree in strategic studies from the U.S. Army War College, and another masters degree in public administration from Shippensburg State University. He also has a doctorate in organizational leadership from the University of Phoenix.
Recently, Casey has taught in a high school on the south side of Chicago as the senior military instructor for a Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program. He currently resides in Minnesota with his wife.