Gorden Edward Eden, Jr. Albuquerque, New Mexico gorden.eden@comcast.

net Country of Citizenship  United States Profile Over 35 years of progressive leadership responsibilities serving in appointed positions under two (2) U.S. Presidents, two (2) New Mexico Governors and a New Mexico Attorney General Highly skilled and accomplished law enforcement executive with advanced experience in leading organizational improvements using quality management processes A change agent with a proven track record of collaboration and results Over 30 years of experience in training and employee development Demonstrated abilities in communication, sound decision making, making and achieving goals Proven history in successfully developing and implementing strategic plans, crisis intervention and resolving complex problems and systems Employment New Mexico Department of Public Safety Cabinet Secretary TOP SECRET Security Clearance (held by FBI) P.O. Box 1628 4491 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-1628 (505) 827-3370

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Cabinet level position appointed by the Governor of New Mexico. Provides leadership for 1,300 sworn and civilian personnel within the State Police, Motor Transportation Police, Special Investigations Division, statewide Law Enforcement Academy, Crime Laboratories, Emergency Management Operations, statewide Law Enforcement Communications, Records and Information Technology, with an annual budget of over $140 million dollars. As the lead statewide law enforcement agency, the DPS mission is to build a safer stronger New Mexico by providing quality law enforcement services, training, disaster and emergency response; and technical communications and forensics support to the public and other governmental agencies. Current Boards and Commissions: International Association of Chiefs of Police; the National Governors Association Crime Policy Advisory Board; the National Criminal Justice Association Board and Advisory Council; the HIDTA Executive Board; the National Sheriff’s Association; the Drug Enforcement Advisory Council; and the New Mexico Sentencing Commission.

Major Accomplishments: Created the Transitions with Honor program that facilitates entry by Armed Forces personnel with appropriate job classification into civilian law enforcement. Worked with The U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Army, New Mexico Department of Veteran’s Services and New Mexico National Guard to develop civilian curriculum, and New Mexico State Legislature to adopt necessary legislative changes. Created the Statewide Law Enforcement Support Services Division that provides critical technical services to law enforcement agencies, district attorneys, Department of Corrections, Department of Health, Regulation and Licensing Division and county detention facilities in New Mexico. Implemented Katie’s Law that facilitates DNA collection at time of arrest through standardized chemical evaluation, collection methodologies and testing. Working with the Albuquerque Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, created the Public Corruption Working Group. Brought together federal, military, state and local law enforcement investigative services to target public corruption major cases. Utilizing prior relationships as U.S. Marshal, developed strong state agency relationships with tribal and pueblo leaders to expand criminal reporting of crimes in Indian Country. Assisted these groups in applying for non-traditional federal grants. Developed and implemented strict criteria for application evaluation for BYRNE Justice Assistance Grants (JAG). Efforts recognized by the Department of Justice and the National Criminal Justice Association as the national model. Completed two (2) consecutive annual Agency external financial and procedural audits with no material findings or exceptions. Successfully closed Department of Justice Consent Decree incurred under the prior administration. Instituted new procedures for investigation of internal and external complaints with final disposition at no more than 30 calendar days. United States Department of Justice United States Marshals Service (May 2002 – August 2010) United States Marshal for the District of New Mexico TOP SECRET Security Clearance 333 Lomas Boulevard, NW Suite 180 Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102 United States Marshal – District of New Mexico (federal law enforcement). Chief Executive Officer position over the District of New Mexico (D/NM) with divisional offices located in Las Cruces, Roswell and Santa Fe. Directly supervised the daily activities of a GS-15 Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal, GS-14 Assistant Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal, GS-13 (two) Judicial Security Inspectors, GS-13 Protective Intelligence Inspector and GS-13 Administrative Officer. In addition, the D/NM has an active witness security protective operation with a classified number of GS-13/14 Inspectors, managed over $3.4

million annually in seized assets. Oversaw contract court security officers that provided interior security at courthouses and vital off-site space and served as the contract certifying officer for nine (9) adult jail facilities and one juvenile detention center which houses federal defendants. The FY08 D/NM budget exceeded $40.6 million, and during my tenure as USM, the D/NM completed four (4) Department of Justice accountable property audits with “no findings. Responsible for daily communications with federal counterparts, Congressional officials, the U.S. Courts and state and local law enforcement partners. Directly coordinated comprehensive protective intelligence and direct security operations for visiting U.S. Supreme Court Justices, 10th U.S. Circuit Judges and District of New Mexico federal judges, U.S. and Assistant U.S. Attorneys, federal witnesses, state judges, district attorneys, and protected witnesses while in a high threat environment, including pre-trial conferences, trial testimonials, other court appearances, transportation, special events and ceremonies. Conducted threat assessments, developed protective intelligence to prevent an attack on a potential target and fulfill ongoing protective responsibilities. Provided special assistance to the National Nuclear Security Administration facilities and Los Alamos National Laboratories in security operations, risk analysis and vulnerability assessments at their complex facilities under a mutual aid agreement. Coordinated protective measures with the Department of Defense, National Nuclear Security Administration, Intelligence Operations, Emergency Operations and Department of Energy to provide personnel on military nuclear weapons movements and was the primary response agency to all criminal offenses or incidents involving OST nuclear weapons or nuclear material movements. This also includes joint training and exercises with Marshals Service deputies assigned to protective operations mission for the Strategic National Stockpile Security Operations. Conducted complex criminal and civil investigations to location and recover assets from criminal enterprises. Ensure compliance with policies and procedures for the pre-seizure, seizure, acceptance, management and disposal of businesses (including commercial real properties) and financial instruments. Oversaw or managed seized businesses (including commercial real properties) and financial instruments subject to forfeiture to ensure their security and availability upon forfeiture. Major Accomplishments: 2010- Fugitive Safe Surrender (FSS) worked with government, corporate, non-profit, and faith-based sector partners to lay the groundwork for this mission critical operation. As an added bonus to the large numbers, several fugitives who were sought after by the USMS task force turned themselves under the FSS program. One fugitive had been a target of the USMS fugitive task force had been in hiding for over six months on felony cocaine charges. The total numbers for the site included 1071 people self-surrendered, 1307 warrants cleared and 7 arrests. 2010- Established communication and intelligence working group with Department of Defense-North Com, Joint Task Force North concerning violence on SW Border and for the protection of critical government assets. Appointed as the co-chair (two-year term) for the newly formed Resource Allocation Advisory Board (RAAB) who is the primary policy maker and advisory group to direct the human and financial resources of the Marshals Service. The RAAB researched, designed and implemented data collection tools, cost models, work measurement tools and staffing models to increase work efficiencies. The

RAAB made thirty-two recommendations to the Director who implemented all the recommendations within the first two-year term of the chartered board. 2008-collaborated with the Department of Homeland Security to complete threat assessments and assault profiles on the three courthouses that are located at one intersection in Albuquerque. 2006 – Implemented Law enforcement working group to build relationships with Native American Tribes and Pueblos, Navajo Nation and Apache Nation. Met quarterly with elected officials from Indian Country to discuss crime, violence, gangs, weapons and drug interdiction, apprehending sex offenders and reporting of sex offenders under the federal Adam Walsh Act. 2006 – Provided leadership for the Implementation of the federal Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. 2006 – Development and implement the Southwest Borders States fast track recruiting program for the Marshals Service. The program was so successful that it became the national recruiting model. Operation FALCON 2005 to 2009, Southwest Investigative Fugitive Task Force (SWIFT) targets violent offenders. Planned, directed, coordinated and supervised a statewide fugitive round up assisted by: New Mexico State Police, New Mexico Department of Corrections, Albuquerque Police Department, Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department, Second and Third Judicial District Attorney’s Offices, Rio Rancho Police Department, Curry County Sheriff’s Department, Chaves County Sheriff’s Department, Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Department, Las Cruces Police Department, Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department, and Roswell Police Department. 2004 - co-founded a private/public partnership known as the Middle Rio Grande Anti-Terrorism Group (MRTEWG) which is a multilateral and multidisciplinary effort serving as the focal point for analyzing the strategic and operational information needed to respond to terrorism and protect critical infrastructure. MRTEWG performs threat assessments to aid in mission planning, decision-making, and allocation of resources in support of incident command during actual events. 2004 - created the Tri-State Court Security Task Force whose purpose was to organize, plan, develop and implement this mission critical effort to establish standardized security policies and procedures for the U.S. Courts, State District Courts and Metro Court for Bernalillo County. The committee members are local, state and federal judges and law enforcement leaders within the area. Coordinated with Sandia National Laboratories to conduct risk, vulnerability and threat assessments of D/NM Judiciary and high threat state and federal courthouses. High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Violent Offenders Fugitive Task Force - Created and organized two statewide task forces in 2002 as an unfunded HIDTA initiative. From 2002 to date, this task force has been responsible for capturing thousands of violent state and local fugitives. Returned twelve homicide suspects from Mexico, located an additional six homicide suspects in Mexico, and successfully extradited wanted suspects from other foreign countries. Safe Streets Task Forces (SSTFs) operates in three major cities and its focus is to attack street gang and drug-related violence, as well as to identify and arrest the most significant fugitives wanted for crimes of violence through the establishment of long-term, proactive and coordinated teams of federal, state, and local law enforcement officers and prosecutors.

Established career development track and collateral duty assignment training for personnel assigned to the D/NM to ensure that staff had adequate or advanced training for their current or future assignment or position.

New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department Motor Vehicle Division (November 1997 – May 2002) Division Director Joseph Montoya Building PO Box 1028 Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-1028 Responsible for the administration of the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Code, International Registration Plan, International Fuel Taxation Association for commercial motor vehicles and the licensing of drivers, vehicle registration and titling and collection of associated state and federal funds, fees and taxes. Required to monitor and distribute collected revenue, fees and taxes that exceeded twenty (20) million dollars a month in revenue to local, state and federal partners. Coordinate work activities, prepare and implement strategic and operational plans, create and implement policies and directives, allocate resources, conduct risk assessments, coordinate budget and fiscal accountability, establish operational plans for cyber security and communicate daily with the Executive and Legislative branches of both state and federal government. Represent the Cabinet Secretary or the Office of the Governor at high level meetings, presentations or conferences with private organizations or government officials from local, state, federal or foreign governments. Lead a diverse, full-time workforce exceeding 300 personnel assigned to 32 field division offices and manages a private-public business partner workforce in 45 locations. Major Accomplishments: Introduced total quality management principles (1998) and process management to the management team of the division that resulted in the “Quality New Mexico, Pinon Recognition for Quality Service Achievement Award” in 2000. Developed and implemented the “Red Tape Cutters” (Total Quality Management) service teams to streamline process and improve customer service for both internal and external customers. Reorganize the division to create greater employee accountability with improved access to systems, data and management. Increased employee system knowledge with the implementation of employee training, cross-function communication, structure new employee training and annual management inservice training. Redesigned and rewrote all motor vehicle customer manuals, forms, internal directives and internal policies and procedures. Focused on the desired end result and designed processes to meet statutory requirements, eliminate wasted time and establish best practices for internal and external customers.

Reduced operating costs by re-negotiating contracts, leasing agreements, creating contract fee agents and implementing new purchase agreements for license plates, registration stickers and using “just in time” delivery to field offices to reduce warehouse costs and waste. Created an Audit and Compliance Bureau to audit and insure compliance commercial motor carriers, fuel suppliers, fuel wholesalers, automobile dealers and contract fee agents. Implemented IT safeguards and tracing system to prevent unauthorized transactions to reduce the opportunity for fraud and abuse. Coordinated and directed multi-agency investigative efforts with U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Customs, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Social Security Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, New Mexico Department of Public Safety and Texas Auto Theft Task Force that led to the arrest and conviction of organized criminal enterprise operating in Texas, California, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. Created WEB based applications for the department, one of the first in the nation to have automated web-based vehicle registration; received numerous awards for accomplishments in work design, quality improvements and cost modeling. Established strong relationships with tribal and Indian Land leaders to resolve conflicts in the reporting of traffic offenses and traffic convictions in Indian Courts. Established a working group with Indian Land government officials to assist in the communication of such convictions and improve communication with regular meetings with government officials. New Mexico Auto Theft Task Force – Direct law enforcement activities with local and state law enforcement officers for statewide investigative operations involving motor vehicle theft. Prepare and serve administrative and criminal search warrants for businesses and other target locations. Coordinated the operational planning and tactical execution of criminal and administrative search warrants. Created and led the New Mexico “DWI Task Force” – (Governors Office for Highway Safety, N.M. Transportation Department, local law enforcement and private partnerships) Coordinate with state and local law enforcement agencies DWI sweeps and targeted felony DWI fugitives throughout New Mexico. Department of Public Safety - State of New Mexico Training and Recruiting Division (1991-1995) Bureau Chief 4491 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504 Responsible for the planning, organizing, leading, staffing and directing the operations of a statewide law enforcement and critical incident response training programs. Supervised eight full-time staff members and numerous contractors. Major Accomplishments: Created the Critical Incident Response Training Bureau with the Department of Public Safety to provide the most current and highest quality training possible to the Public Safety community in New

Mexico. Identified and selected full-time and contract instructors in disaster programs, wildfire management and emergency management. Facilitated on-going communication and conflict resolution with local fire marshals offices, fire chiefs in major cities, State Fire Marshal, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Bureau, law enforcement leaders and private industry to ensure strong working relationships with stakeholders. Made presentations to high ranking government officials, nongovernmental or nonprofit organizations, state colleges professional associations, corporations, and other entities concerning emergency response procedures, incident command system (ICS) and unified command in the event of a multijurisdiction response to a natural disaster or critical incident involving a Waste Isolation Pilot Project (safely disposes of the nation's defense-related radioactive waste) shipment. After attending a Total Quality Management (TQM) at Los Alamos National Laboratories, implemented TQM principles for the division and expanded the TQM principles into a condensed awareness training program for public sector employees. Developed new training programs in the areas of dignitary protection, criminal intelligence, narcotics investigations, surveillance methods and advanced tactical firearms. Established and managed the Advanced Training Approval Program, which assesses off-site developed training programs to ensure standardized criteria are met and that necessary resources are provided to assist in the correction of non-compliant or ineffective program elements. Established and managed the advanced training and professional development certification process for government and non-government organizations and their training programs. Provided direct oversight in the development, delivery and evaluations for the advanced training programs conducted at the accredited training academies located in Las Cruces, Silver City, Roswell, Farmington and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Planned and coordinated the delivery of federally certified training programs from the FBI National Academy, Federal Emergency Management Administration, US Secret Service, Drug Enforcement Administration, National Guard, National Fire Academy and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Instructor shared with Department of Energy National Training Academy to cross-train instructional staff with NM DPS TRD staff in various training activities consisting of specialized training in weapons, response force tactics, vulnerability assessments, nuclear materials control and accountability, physical security systems, personnel security and security program operations. Department of Justice - State of New Mexico Office of the Attorney General (1990-1991) Senior Special Agent – Special Investigations Unit 408 Galisteo Street Villagra Building Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 The Special Investigations Unit provides expert investigative special agents to assist local, state and federal agencies in major criminal investigations across the state. The Special Investigations Unit assists district attorneys and local law enforcement agencies in complex or multi-jurisdictional investigations and in cases where local conflicts of interest arise; and conducts special investigations as directed by the Attorney General. Additionally, the Special Investigations Unit investigates white

collar crimes, major crimes including, homicide, Medicare and Medicaid fraud, narcotics trafficking, drug diversion and government employee corruption, multi-jurisdictional crimes, working in cooperation with federal agencies to ensure that all investigative avenues are utilized to facilitate successful prosecution and justice for the citizens of New Mexico. Utilized advanced knowledge and skills in criminal code, criminal and civil investigations, money laundering, asset recovery, public corruption, preparing and executing search and arrest warrants, evidence collection, advanced interviewing techniques, link analysis and use of informants. Major Accomplishments: Assigned as special agent-in-charge for high threat meetings with Mexican elected and appointed officials and conferences coordinated by the N.M. Attorney General. Required to plan, coordinate, lead and implement a very large dignitary protection operation with U.S. Department of State, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Customs, N.M. State Police, Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department and Santa Fe Police Department. Northwestern University Center for Public Safety Division Director (1988-1990) Adjunct Faculty and Researcher (1986-2001) 1801 Maple Avenue Evanston, Illinois 60208 Responsible for the research, design, implementation, planning, continued improvement and instruction in the college accredited School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC). SPSC is a ten week executive development program for senior law enforcement and public safety personnel. The SPSC ten-week program prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles (fully accredited) with practical applications. The accredited curriculum verifies its completeness and appropriateness for organizational and personal development. The program was offered on-campus and off-campus and attracted international students. Supervised and directed full and part-time staff as well as part-time and full-time adjunct faculty (60 staff). Major Accomplishments: Expanded ten week management training program from three on-campus offerings per year to more than ten programs per year offered throughout the United States by meeting with state and local law enforcement executives. The expansion increased our revenue base and our scope of influence. In the summer of 1988, recruited our first international and military students. Identified and recruited nationally known professors, attorneys and private-sector leaders as adjunct faculty for the SPSC program. Assisted in the research, development and delivery of the Executive Management Program (EMP) which is a professional development course that provides intensive instruction for the policy-making executive and combines management principles with the study of emerging law enforcement issues. Served as the Chairman of the Management Curriculum Committee that established training and education standards to insure compliance with national college accreditation standards. As an adjunct faculty member (1986-1988 and 1990-1999), researched, designed, implemented and instructed educational programs for government supervisors and managers.

Department of Public Safety - State of New Mexico Training and Recruiting Division (1986-1988) Bureau Chief 4491 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504 In 1986 the Advanced Training Bureau was created as an unfunded initiative by the Cabinet Secretary. The Bureau was directed to develop training programs beyond the basic training academy and generate enough revenue to cover operating expenses. Responsible for the planning, organizing, leading, staffing and directing the operations of a statewide law enforcement training programs. Major Accomplishments: Developed policies and procedures to address this new bureau within government. Identified and directed all aspects of law enforcement professional career development for commissioned and noncommissioned personnel. Conducted statewide agency needs assessment utilizing the following techniques: direct observation, questionnaires (surveys), consultation with persons in key positions, and/or with specific knowledge, review of relevant literature, criminal and civil court findings, interviews, focus groups, work-related tests, use of force records, uniform crime reports and work samples. The needs assessments would consist of separate components that included an organizational analysis, job-task analysis and employee analysis. The training and development programs were designed using acceptable performance objectives that specifically identified the skills, behaviors, knowledge and attitudes needed to perform the specific job tasks, sustain or improve employee performance or prepare the employee for future performance. By utilizing proper learning principles that promoted acceptable performance, the training and developmental programs were well-planned learning experiences and designed to result in a change in behavior. Introduced positive behavioral modeling techniques into the classroom environment that is a tool to increase student retention. When applicable, instructional staff was required to emphasis learning through observation, role playing and practical exercises. The positive behavioral techniques required the course developers and instructional staff to only teach those techniques that were acceptable outcomes and behaviors. Instructional staff and contractors were required to remove gender references, gender preferences, measure student knowledge utilizing pre and post testing instruments and the Advanced Training Bureau would conduct post training evaluations through instruments and surveys for the student, the student’s supervisor and the organizational leadership. The successes of this process in the Advanced Training Bureau became the model for the Basic Police Officer Training Program and a new requirement for all satellite training academies that were accredited by the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board. In the first year of operation, generated revenue amounts to cover all operating expenses and placed $30,000 in an approved revolving account. 1987 – New Mexico Legislature funded the Advanced Training Bureau with 1.3 million dollars based

on results of the “pilot program”. The funds were used to provide the satellite academies with training resources and current technologies for outstanding delivery of programs. In 1987, after the opposition blocked a state law enforcement training center in Artesia, NM, tapped to assist the New Mexico congressional delegation in the justification for a regional federal training center in Artesia. The federal training center was established in 1988 to provide training for Native American law enforcement officers, Border Patrol agents, and other federal law enforcement professionals assigned to this region. Exemplary Performance-Office of the Governor (NM)-1987 Department of Public Safety - State of New Mexico State Police Division – Uniformed Field Bureau Training and Recruiting Division (1975-1985) Senior Training Officer and Senior Patrolman Special Assistant to the Deputy Chief – Uniformed Bureau (1984-1985) Traffic Accident Reconstruction (1979-1985) collateral duty Hazardous Material Emergency Response Coordinator (1982-1985) collateral duty Senior Training Officer (1981-1984) Uniformed Service Bureau – Patrolman (1975-1981) Major Accomplishments: 1979 to 1984 received special training at Sandia National Labs, Transportation Security and Safeguards in the areas of special operations, tactical response, special tactical weapons, nuclear transportation safeguards, commercial motor vehicle accident response and recovery of nuclear materials. Citation of Merit-New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy-1983 Exemplary Performance-New Mexico State Police-1982 Exemplary Performance-Mass Escape-New Mexico State Police-1982 State Police Officer of the Year-New Mexico State Police-1978 Education Eastern Michigan University (1993) 11 Graduate Credits (semester hours) Public Administration Northwestern University – School of Police Staff and Command (1993) University of Phoenix (1987) Bachelor’s Degree Business Administration GPA: 3.8 out of 4.0 Security Clearance SECURITY CLEARANCE – TOP SECRET issued 2002, updated with United States Department of Justice, FBI background re-investigation in 2013.

Awards Executive Office of the White House, Office of National Drug Policy-High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) - HIDTA of Year 2009 United States Attorney General’s Special Commendation Award, 2005, for streamlining government processes which resulted in significant savings in costs and time to the federal government. United States Marshals Service, 2005, for dedication, commitment and professionalism in the performance of your official duties in the capture of four escapees fleeing into Mexico. New Mexico Sheriffs’ and Police Association, 2003, in recognition of significant contributions to the law enforcement community. United States Selective Service System, Exceptional Service Award with Silver Medal, 2001, for outstanding service of exceptional benefit to the Nation and the Selective Service System. Commendation Award-New Mexico DWI Resource Center-2001 Certificate of Merit-NM Association of Auto Theft Investigators-2000 Pinon Recognition Award-Quality New Mexico-1999 Certificate of Merit-International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training1994 Executive Achievement Award-New Mexico Department of Public Safety-1992 Honorary Indiana State Trooper-1990 Honorary Texas Ranger- 1989 Job Related Training and Special Certificates State of New Mexico Law Enforcement Executive, 1992 Law Enforcement Command, 1992 Law Enforcement Mid-Management, 1992 Law Enforcement Advanced Training II, 1983 Law Enforcement Advanced Training, 1983 Management Education Writing Advantage – Franklin Covey Institute, 2000 Motor Vehicle Administrators Program, 1998 Civil Liability for Administrators, 1994 Human Resources and the Law, 1994 Legal Aspects of Employees Rights, 1994 School of Police Staff and Command, 1993 Legal Accepts of Hiring and Firing, 1992 Total Quality Management Principles, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1991

Management Training International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Training Conference- Denver, 2009 International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Training Conference-San Diego, 2008 International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Training Conference- New Orleans, 2007 International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Training Conference- Miami, 2005 AAMVA-International Conference-Salt Lake, 2001 AAMVA-Region IV Conference-Montana, 2000 AAMVA-International Conference-Minnesota, 2000 AAMVA-International Conference-New Hampshire, 1999 AAMVA-International Conference-Alaska, 1998 AAMVA-Region IV Conference, 1998 AAMVA-Privatization of Government Operations, 1997 Supervision and Management of Training, 1994 American Management Association, Managerial Skills for the Project Manager, 1993 American Management Association, Project Management, 1992 IACP-Managing Police Training, 1991 Federal Emergency Management Agency Developing and Managing Volunteers, IS-00244, 2005 National Incident Management, IS-00700, 2005 Decision Making and Problem Solving, IS-00241, 2005 Special Events and Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies, IS-00015, 2005 Basic Incident Command, IS-00195, 2005 Basic Incident Command System for Federal Agencies, IS-00200.FW, 2005 Principles of Emergency Management, IS-00230, 2005 Emergency Planning, IS-00235, 2005 National Fire Academy Attended various training programs in hazardous materials, managing training, managing the media and critical incident management (1985 -1994) Instructor Certification Arkansan CLEST - Professional Instructor, 1995 Illinois Drug Interdiction Instructor, 1992 Criminal Investigations Instructor, 1990 Illinois Instructor Trainer, 1998 DWI-SFST Instructor, 1987 Accident Reconstruction Instructor, 1986 Executive Protection Instructor, 1986 FBI Firearms Instructor, 1986 General Police Instructor, 1986 Interrogations Instructor, 1986 Management Skills Instructor, 1986 Officer Survival Instructor, 1986 Cooper Institutes “Law Enforcement Fitness Instructor”, 1986 RADAR Instructor, 1986 Texas Firearms Instructor Training, 1986 Advanced Field Sobriety Testing Instructor, 1984 FBI Instructor Development Trainer, 1983 NRA Firearms Instructor, 1983

IACP RADAR Instructor, 1983 US-DOT First Responder Instructor, 1980 Specialty Training Protective Intelligence and Threat Assessment Investigations, US Department of Justice, 2010 Preparing for Mass Shooting Incident, International Association Chiefs of Police, 2009 Operation "Silent Thunder" Counterterrorism Weapons of Mass Destruction Exercise, Sandia National Laboratory, 2008 FEMA Continuity of Operations Program (COOP) Managers Train-the-Trainer Course, 2007 Emergency Medical Technician Refresher, 1982-1992 Police Officer Survival Tactics , 1987 Smith and Wesson Special Weapons and Tactics Training, 1986 Hazardous Materials Incident Analysis, 1984 Hazardous Materials Incident Commander, 1983 US Secret Service Dignitary Protection, 1983 Emergency Medical Technicians Training, 1982 Cramer Athletic Trainer Certification, 1982 Street Survival , 1981 US-DOT First Responder, 1981 Criminal Investigator Training Analytical Investigation Methods, 1990 Investigating Major Crime Scenes, 1990 Law Enforcement Photography, 1987 Narcotics Investigations, 1987 Practical Homicide Investigations, 1987 Medical Examiners Death Investigations, 1985 Drug Interdiction, 1983 Traffic Investigation Courses Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction, 1986 Advanced Traffic Accident Investigations, 1984 Traffic Accident Reconstruction, 1983 Copyrighted Training Programs Violence in the Workplace: Law Enforcement Response, 1997 Conducting Background Investigations, 1997 Managing the Field Training Officer Program 1996 Field Training Officer Certification Program, 1995 Mid-Management Training Program, 1995 Violence in the Workplace, 1994 Working Under the Influence, 1991 Exceptional Service in Policing, 1994 Sexual Harassment, 1989 Instructor Development, 1988

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