25 years experience in corporate security management, law enforcement and security consulting. He has also served as a detective with assignments in burglary, auto theft, and crimes against persons.
EW #239 CPP, CFE has over 25 years experience in corporate security management, law enforcement and security consulting. As a law enforcement officer, he served as a detective with assignments in burglary, auto theft, and crimes against persons.
Practicing non-product affiliated, independent security consultant. Qualified in numerous trials in the field of security. All commercial environments to include banks, ATMs, apartments, parking facilities, retail, convenience stores, hotels / motels, lounges, special events, etc. Highly qualified and experienced. Certified as a Protection Professional (CPP) and a Fraud Examiner (CFE). Testified at trial in several states. Plaintiff and defendant. Former bank security director, homicide detective and college criminology instructor.
He was the Vice President for security for a state-wide bank and managed a staff of 30 persons. His department was responsible for physical security, investigations, data security, executive protection, regulatory compliance, security training, and the purchase and maintenance of security equipment.
As a consultant, EW #239 has developed and/or audited security programs involving financial institutions, multi-unit residential properties, hotels/motels, retail stores, high rise office buildings, shopping malls, parking facilities, college campuses, lounges, jewelry stores, truck stops and other commercial properties.
EW #239 has frequently been retained as a litigation consultant by law firms representing plaintiffs and defendants in negligent security lawsuits. He has testified at trial as an expert in the field of security.
He has been an adjunct instructor at two colleges teaching courses in criminology, criminalistics, criminal justice management and computer fraud. He has made presentations to the Community Bankers of America, the Internatonal Association of Professional Security Consultants and the Florida West Coast Chapter of the American Society of Industrial Security. He made seminar presentations on negligent security and was the lead speaker for the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Community Security Task Force making presentations to business groups.
EW #239 was a contributing author to the Complete Premises Liability Manual and has written several articles on security and fraud prevention/detection.
His formal education includes a BS in Law Enforcement and Security from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a MEd in Education from the University of Tampa. He has attended several seminars involving the subjects of security and fraud prevention/detection.
He is a member and former chapter chairman of the American Society of Industrial Security and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Professional Security Consultants. He also served on the Board of Directors of Crime Stoppers of West Central Florida.