College of Arts and Sciences
Criminal Justice Program
Daniel M. Fetsco
Assistant Academic Professional Lecturer
307-766-2945 | AS 312
M.A., 2013, Arizona State University
J.D., 1998, University of Denver
B.A., 1995, University of Wyoming
- University of Wyoming, Department of Criminal Justice, Assistant Academic Professional
- University of Wyoming, Department of Criminal Justice, Adjunct Faculty
- Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Criminal Law
- Correctional Theory and Practice
- Criminal Procedure
- Legal Ethics
- Community Corrections
Several of my articles have been published in the Wyoming Law Review
, and the Newsletter of The Association of Paroling Authorities International.
I have also presented on issues in parole and incarceration at numerous conferences
throughout Wyoming including the Wyoming State Bar Annual Conference and for The Wyoming
Trial Lawyer's Association.
After graduation from law school in 1998, I began my career in the criminal justice
field as a public defender and then prosecutor in Carbon County, Wyoming. Following
that I worked at the Wyoming Attorney General's office, engaging in appellate prosecution
in state and federal courts, in addition to serving as the legal representative for
the Wyoming Department of Corrections. I then spent 10 years as the Deputy and Executive
Director of the Wyoming Board of Parole. I also served on the Correctional Industry
Advisory Board (CIAB), having been appointed to the CIAB by the Governor in 2014.
I am an active member of the Association of Paroling Authorities International (APAI),
having served as Secretary for 2 terms and I continue to contribute research articles
to the APAI quarterly newsletter.