Sergeant Andrew Soll's Biography


Sergeant Andrew Soll, CFE, of the St. Louis County, Missouri, Police Department, earned his BA in History (Summa Cum Laude) from Saint Louis University and his MA in Communication from University of Missouri – St. Louis. After serving as a patrol officer for five years, he worked as a Detective in the Computer/Financial Fraud Unit where he earned his credential as a Certified Fraud Examiner.  In 2013, Sergeant Soll was deputized as a Special Deputy United States Marshal in order to serve on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. Sergeant Soll currently serves as a supervisor in his agency’s Division of Special Operations.

Sergeant Soll has been featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Ladue News, regional news stories, Trains Magazine, Law Enforcement Magazine, on CNN Money, and by the Theodore Roosevelt Association. He has developed and delivered training courses for numerous institutions to include the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force Executive Board, Midwest Financial Fraud Investigators Association, the United States Secret Service, and the Missouri Police Chief’s Association, amongst others. Sergeant Soll is an adjunct instructor at the St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy. Sergeant Soll is an expert on domestic terrorism and is designated as a subject-matter-expert on Sovereign Citizen Extremism. He served for three years as the Vice President of the Missouri Organized Retail Crime Association and launched that not-for-profit’s training program. Sergeant Soll has received a Meritorious Service Citation award for heroism, four Chief’s Commendations for outstanding performance of duty, numerous Awards of Excellence, and the 2012 Officer of the Year recognition.

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