This larger than life Sheriff, hailed as the people’s Sheriff, is serving his fourth term in Milwaukee Wisconsin. His 36-plus years as a law enforcement professional began in 1978, at the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD), where he served 24 distinguished years, and acquired a broad range of experience – to include uniform patrol, criminal investigations and the intelligence bureaus.
Many national organizations and news outlets have interviewed Sheriff Clarke as an expert on law enforcement, Second Amendment, and homeland security issues, including: CNN, Fox News (Sean Hannity, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Lou Dobbs, Megyn Kelly, Neil Cavuto), Glenn Beck, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, National Public Radio, Politico.com, National Rifle Association, Conservative Political Action Conference, and the US Concealed Carry Association.
As a professional contract informant for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Charles Falco successfully infiltrated three of America’s deadliest biker gangs, The Mongols (in Virginia Beach), Vagos (in Southern California), and Outlaws (in Petersburg, Virginia) achieving the coveted officer rank in the two latter gangs. His experiences are memorialized in his acclaimed book, Vagos, Mongols and Outlaws: My Infiltration into America’s Deadliest Biker Gangs and in the History Channel television series based on his book, Gangland Undercover.
Prior to becoming an undercover informant for the federal government, Charles was an international cocaine smuggler, an enforcer for the Bulgarian mob and, at the end of his criminal career, a methamphetamine manufacturer, generating an unprecedented half-ton of methamphetamine over a three year period.
With nearly sixteen years experience as a drug smuggler, mob enforcer, methamphetamine manufacture and long term professional biker gang infiltrator Charles Falco has become a national expert on outlaw motorcycle gangs and narcotics trafficking. Through the following law enforcement training classes, Falco shares his unique knowledge.