Provides Opinion & Testimony In:
Industrial Security anger diffusion, Industrial Security Issues, Industrial Security Issues domestic violence intervention, Cell Block Administration, conflict resolution seminars for security, corporate cultures Forensic Support, correctional, crisis management planning, Division Commander of Patrol, Domestic Police Response Violence Intervention, educational, Employee safety security issues, FBI National Academy Grad, intervention, Lockup, lock up issues, OSHA mandated safety training, Police Captain, police use of force, policy procedure development, Prisoner Handling Prisoner Transport, Training, Secret Service Dignitary Protection, security guard training, Security Risk analysis, site surveys, Use of Force,
Expert Witness No.329
Expert 329 served 25 years with the Albany Police Department going from patrol officer to captain. He was commander of a police division of 100+ officers and a police court with a 36-cell lock-up facility handling over 5,000 prisoners per year. As a police administrator, he authored the Albany Police Department Pro-Arrest Domestic Violence Policy ten years before mandatory domestic violence arrest became New York State law. He assisted the New York State Commission on Corrections in developing a Forensic Suicide Screening tool that helped to reduce suicides in New York State Prisons and lock-ups.
Expert 329 is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy and the United States Secret Service Seminar. He is the holder of the Combat Cross and two Life Saving Awards. He was given the New York State Parole Officers Association Police Achievement Award. He obtained both a Bachelor and Master’s Degree from New York State Empire State College and has been working on a Doctorate at Nelson Rockefeller College. While at Empire State College he earned the Distinguished Student Award. He holds the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) certification from the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) and is certified as a New York State Security Guard trainer.
Since starting his second career he has served as a Regional Security Manager for Merck Pharmaceuticals and is currently a student advisor and adjunct professor in Criminology with Empire State College. He has his own consulting business providing a variety of security related services as well as forensic support on security, police and correctional matters.
Related to Security: Risk analysis, site surveys, and policy/procedure development
Related to Training: Employee safety and security issues, OSHA mandated safety training, security guard training, crisis management planning and intervention, anger diffusion and conflict resolution seminars for security, educational and corporate cultures
Related to Forensic Support: Review and analysis of litigated matters involving security issues, security guard training, police use of force and domestic violence intervention and correctional and lock-up issues
Educational institutions, government buildings, industrial facilities, corporate facilities, multi-occupancy buildings and high profile residential applications
Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy Graduate (FBINA)
American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS)
International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC)
Academy of criminal justice Sciences-Police Section