Corporal Kiger began his career in law enforcement as a Deputy Sheriff with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department in 1972. In 1978 he attended the North Carolina Highway Patrol Academy. After completing patrol recruit training he was stationed in Surry and Yadkin counties where he spent the majority of his career. He completed his career with the Highway Patrol as a sergeant supervising troopers in Davie and Rowan counties. In 2004 he was a sergeant with the Jonesville Police Department where he served as training and patrol division supervisor. He joined the Wake Forest Campus Police in 2006 where he currently supervises one of the night shift’s patrol squads. He holds an Advanced Law Enforcement certificate and is certified as a law enforcement instructor. He has been credited with saving two lives during his career and serves on the NC Criminal Justice Information Governing Board, the NC Technical Advisory Committee on Driving While Impaired and the State Mass Incident Planning Committee. He is active in his community where he has served as the Chairman of his fire and rescue boards, the United Way, Arts Council, Master of his Masonic Lodge and served as an elected member of his local school board. In his off duty time he enjoys spending time with his family, attending high school sporting events and traveling. He says the most rewarding thing about working at Wake Forest is meeting, interacting with and assisting the students.