Alexander Bustamante [Inspector General]
Alexander Bustamante was appointed to the position of Inspector General in 2011. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Prior to serving as the Inspector General, Mr. Bustamante was a prosecutor with the United States Attorney’s Office since January 2002. As an Assistant United States Attorney, he investigated and prosecuted complex white collar cases, civil rights violations, and organized crime. Prior to the United States Attorney’s Office, Mr. Bustamante was a Captain in the United States Army.
Mr. Bustamante is the recipient of several local, state and national awards for his work at the United States Attorney’s Office, including the Attorney General's Award, the Department of Justice's highest award for excellence; the Anti-Defamation League's Sherwood Prize for Combating Hate; and the International Chiefs of Police's Civil Rights Award.
Kevin Rogan [Assistant Inspector General]
Kevin Rogan holds an undergraduate degree from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Mr. Rogan was hired by the Pomona Police Department in 1982. As a police officer, Mr. Rogan achieved every rank from recruit through captain, and served in a wide variety of assignments. Mr. Rogan’s last assignment was Commander of the Operations Division, including uniformed patrol, traffic, and community policing. Mr. Rogan attended the University of La Verne, College of Law, from 2000-2004, where he earned a J.D., and was a first-time passer of the California State bar exam. Mr. Rogan retired from the police department in 2007 to take a position as Manager of the Community Police Review Commission of the City of Riverside. Mr. Rogan was appointed to the position of Assistant Inspector General in 2010, and heads the Complaint Section.
Django Sibley [Acting Inspector General]
Django Sibley holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Liverpool and a graduate degree from the University of Southern California. In his undergraduate and graduate studies, Mr. Sibley conducted extensive research regarding police-community relations and crime control. Mr. Sibley began his professional career as a police officer in Hull, England, and later worked for the Los Angeles-based Police Assessment Resource Center. Upon joining the Office of the Inspector General in 2004, Mr. Sibley served as a Special Investigator assigned to the Use of Force Section, which oversees the Los Angeles Police Department’s investigation and adjudication of categorical use of force incidents. Mr. Sibley assumed the position of Assistant Inspector General in 2007 and currently heads the Use of Force Section.
Gary McCaskill [Assistant Inspector General]
Gary McCaskill holds an undergraduate degree from California State University Long Beach and graduate degree from California Lutheran University. Mr. McCaskill joined the Ventura Police Department in 1970 where his assignments included patrol, traffic, detectives and internal affairs. As Mr. McCaskill rose in the ranks of the police department, he had the responsibility to manage the Professional Standards Bureau, Investigations, Information Technology, Communications and Finance. Mr. McCaskill retired in 2003 at the rank of Assistant Police Chief. After working in the private sector, Mr. McCaskill joined the Office of the Inspector General in 2008.