*Serving California, Nevada and Arizona Exclusively
Robert A. Gardner, CPP
6619 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
T: (480) 347-0211
2620 Regatta Drive, Suite 102
Las Vegas, NV 89128
T: (702) 733-8711
, is a "Board Certified" Security Management Professional
with multi-state security consultant, private patrol and private investigator "Qualified Manager" licenses. His background includes more than 40 years of training and "hands on" experience in evaluating, developing, and managing security and crime prevention programs. For 25 of those years he served as both a private sector security professional and a public sector Peace Officer.
Areas of Expertise
- Guard / Bouncer / Investigator Conduct
- Use of Force
- Detention & Arrest
- Premises Security Issues
- Security Adequacy Assessment
- Crime Prevention Theory
- Building & Site Security Design
- Workplace Violence Issues
- Unlicensed Security Activity
- State & Local Regulatory Compliance
Mr. Gardner provides technical guidance and training to business managers, employee groups, homeowners, developers, property managers, planning officials, and government executives in security awareness, the recognition and reduction of crime risks, and the implementation of security and crime prevention measures.
Licenses & Certifications
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- Certified Protection Professional (CPP)
- Certified Security Professional (CSP)
- California Private Investigator License # PI6477
- California Private Patrol Operator License # PPO10770
- Nevada Security Consultant/PI License # 852
- Nevada Private Patrol License # 852
- Nevada Private Investigator License # 1588
- Arizona Private Investigator License # 1003680
- California Advanced & Supervisory Peace Officer Certification
- National WMD Standardized Awareness Trainer
- Crime Free Multi-Housing Instructor
- Risk Assessment Methodology Certification
- California Lifetime Teaching Credential
- Police Firearms Instructor Certification
- CA/NV/AZ Concealed Weapon Authorization
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