Agent Jon Wildove, a 20 year law enforcement veteran, began his career in 1999 at the Quincy, Florida Police Department where he spent 2 years in the uniformed division. In 2001, he was hired with the Lake Worth, Florida Police Department where he spent 1 year in the uniformed division until he was chosen to become a member of Lake Worth’s Tactical Patrol Unit. This unit’s responsibilities consisted of vice, tactical and SWAT entry operations. In 2004, Agent Wildove joined the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office where he has been employed for the past 15 years. From 2006-2009 Agent Wildove was a corporal with the uniformed division responsible for training new deputies. He has been with the PBSO Narcotics Division for 11 years working undercover, tactical and investigative operations ranging from street level to international cases. He is a unit trainer within the Narcotics Division where he’s held this position for the past 5 years. Agent Wildove has been a member of the PBSO SWAT team entry element for the past 12 years and holds positions within this unit as an assistant instructor, waterborne operator and dignitary Counter Assault Team (CAT) member working closely with the United States Secret Service during presidential visits to Palm Beach County. Since 2007 Agent Wildove has held the position of adjunct instructor at the Region 7 Law Enforcement Academy located at the Palm Beach State College located in Lake Worth, Florida. Agent Wildove is a state certified instructor in general topics, firearms and vehicle operations at the State College. Agent Wildove holds a bachelor’s of science in Criminology from Florida State University.