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Paul M. Kim
C.E.O.
3731 Wilshire Blvd., #612
Los Angeles CA 90010
USA
phone: 213-700-4535 or Cell: 213-700-4535
fax: 213-383-0984
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Paul M. Kim is the President and C.E.O. of Wilco Investigations & Security Consulting, a Financial Investigation, Corporate Due Diligence and Security Consulting Firm. Dr. Kim, a licensed Private Investigator, is a strategic thinker and builder, who is committed to lifelong learning. His goal is to integrate academic preparation with practical experience to bring about constant improvement through a proactive leadership style based on inclusiveness, innovation, employee recognition, continuous improvement and a refusal to accept the status quo.

Dr. Kim has published numerous Magazine and News Paper articles regarding Law Enforcement and Community Mobilization Issues.

Affiliations Include:
  • Former Chair, Justice for Murdered Children
  • Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Board Member, C.O.R.O Leadership Foundation
  • LAPD Command Officers Association
  • Los Angeles County Peace Officers Association
  • Director at large USMC 1st Marine Division Association
  • Director, William H. Parker Foundation (Los Angeles Police)
  • Advanced and Management Police Officer Standard and Training (POST) certificates (State of California)
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    Roy G. Taylor
    9650 Strickland Rd., Suite 103-176
    Raleigh NC 27615
    USA
    phone: 919-697-1995
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    Roy G. Taylor is a Criminal Justice and Security Consultant with over 35 years of experience in a wide-range of federal, state, local, and private criminal justice positions. Mr. Taylor specializes in Police Practices and Procedures and Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice.

    Current Positions:
    • Chief of Police Blue Ridge Public Safety (2014)
    • President/CEO Signal 88 Security of Charlotte (2012)
    • President/CEO Capitol Special Patrol (2012)
    • Chief of Police Capitol Special Police (2002)
    • Major(P) – Provost Marshal, Army National Guard (2000)
    • Antiterrorism / Emergency Management Branch Chief DoD (2007)
    • Provost Marshal Joint Civil Support Task Force, Joint Chiefs of Staff (2014)
    Litigation Support - Mr. Taylor is called upon to analyze cases from both defense and plaintiff perspectives. His services include case review, written reports, deposition, and trial testimony as needed.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Police Standards & Practices
    • Use of Force & Deadly Force
    • Electronic Control Devices
    • Standards of Conduct
    • High Speed Vehicle Pursuits & Chases
    • Law Enforcement Policies and Procedures
  • Failure to Train
  • Law Enforcement Malpractice
  • Failure to Supervise
  • Violations of §1983 Civil Rights
  • Personnel Selection & Retention
  • Police K-9
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    Craig R. Sawyer
    Firearms Expert
    Tucson AZ 85704
    USA
    phone: 520-390-2307
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    Craig W. Sawyer is a Ballistics and Firearms specialist with decades of experience serving as a Marine veteran, former Navy SEAL, sniper, and combat instructor.

    Mr. Sawyer began his military career with the U.S. Marine Corps, but switched to the U.S. Navy to pursue a career in special operations as a Navy SEAL graduating from the Basic Underwater Demolition (BUD)/Sea, Air, Land (SEAL) training class 149 and serving in SEAL Team ONE. He then went on to the Naval Special Warfare Development Group.

    After his military career, Mr. Sawyer has run specialized teams to provide security to politicians and dignitaries including Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Donald Rumsfeld, and John Negroponte. He also serves as a leading on-air consultant for media outlets including CNN, Fox News, CBS Evening News, MSNBC w/the Director of the CIA, The Today Show, MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Fox & Friends, and many others.

    Litigation Support - Throughout his career, Mr. Sawyer has become an expert in several military and combat disciplines like shooting; counter-terrorism; surveillance and counter-surveillance; climbing; criminal investigation; parachuting; and hand-to-hand combat, among others.

    He currently provides Ballistics and Forearms expertise to counsel representing both plaintiff and defendant. He has served as an Expert Witness and Consultant on capital murder cases in Arizona and Alaska, including testimony from the witness stand in the courtroom.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Gun Accidents
    • Firearms Safety
    • Gun Handling Procedures
    • Ejection Patterns - Trajectory
    • Proximity Testing
    • Gunshot Evidence
    • Special Operations
  • Homicide
  • Police Use of Force
  • Self-Defense
  • Small Arms
  • Rifles
  • Pistols
  • Machine Guns
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    Larry Stewart
    Chief Forensic Scientist
    793A E. Foothill Boulevard, #200
    Office in: San Luis Obispo, CA, serving worldwide
    San Luis Obispo CA 93405
    USA
    phone: 805-595-1333
    fax: 805-595-3333
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    California Main Office:
    793A East Foothill Blvd., #200
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405

    Stewart Forensic Consultants, LLC (SFC) is a Forensic Consulting, Laboratory and Investigative Firm offering over 35 years of experience and training in a wide range of forensic science and private investigation disciplines.

    Larry Stewart has personally examined tens of thousands of individual items of evidence from sources such as state, local, and federal agencies (e.g. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Secret Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Central Intelligence Agency, and others), and foreign governments. On several occasions he has examined cases involving international disputes between governments.

    Mr. Stewart has testified as an Expert Witness in state, federal and military courts of law, as well as in foreign court systems to include; Austria, Australia, Canada, Germany, Sri Lanka and Thailand. He has also testified at The Hague in the Netherlands and three times as an expert before the U.S. Congress.

    Areas of Expertise Include:
    • Questioned Documents
    • Crime Scene Evaluation
    • Trace Evidence
    • Ink Analysis
    • Age Determination
    • Authenticity
    • Fraud Investigations
    • Fingerprints
  • Handwriting
  • Daubert and Cold Case (consultant) Investigations
  • Indented Writing
  • Striations
  • Typewriting
  • Erasures
  • Office Machines
  • Tracing
  • Larry F. Stewart
    This book can be purchased directly from the author, It covers the Document Examination profession, tools of the trade, documents defined, interviewing, examination, handwriting analysis, covert and overt investigations, and other related areas.
    Larry F. Stewart
    This book can be purchased directly from the author, It discusses the Identity Theft problem we face, the victims, usual suspects, detecting loss and other related issues.
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    Michael Gervais
    Owner/Lead Investigator
    1442 E. Lincoln Ave., Unit 486
    Orange CA 92865
    USA
    phone: 714-579-7797
    fax: 714-792-0600
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    Michael P. Gervais is an experienced Private Investigator with 30 years of experience in Law Enforcement. He has a strong educational background which includes an A.S. in Criminal Justice and numerous certificates in law enforcement science and criminal justice. His background also includes four years in the US Marine Corps as a Military Policeman, Scout, and White House Honor Guard. His company, Silent Warrior, is located in Southern California and provides state and nationwide services.

    Mr. Gervais has extensive knowledge of criminal prosecution with both county and federal Grand Juries. Available to both Plaintiff and Defense, his Litigation Services include surveillance, interviews, statements, trial preparation, and subpoena / process services by registered Process Servers. Mr. Gervais's practical experience, continuing education, new resources, and technology allow for accurate results and undisputable evidence.

    Silent Warrior SealAreas of Expertise:
    • Surveillance
    • Counter Surveillance Detection (Bug Sweeping)
    • Criminal Investigations
    • Civil Investigations
    • Asset Investigations
    • Organized Crime
    • Crime Scene Processing (Dusting for Prints)
    • Interrogation & Interviewing
    • Cheating Spouse Investigations
    • Computer Forensics Investigations
    • Polygraph Testing
    • Process Server
    • Executive and Corporate Personal Threat Assessments
    • PSE & Voice Stress Analysis for Lie Detection
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    11/25/2013 · Computer Forensics
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    2/20/2014
    "CaliforniaLieDetectors.com provides professional lie detection and truth verification services throughout the state of California."
    12/7/2013
    "Orange Award Program Honors the Achievement of Silent Warrior Investigations"
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    Walter P. Signorelli, Esq.
    2020 Maple Hill St.
    #1255
    Yorktown Heights NY 10598
    USA
    phone: 914-245-5904
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    Walter P. Signorelli, Esq., has over 30 years of experience in the field of Police Policy and Procedure and Police Liability.

    Background - During his tenure in the NYPD, Mr. Signorelli held the ranks of Police Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Deputy Inspector, and Inspector, and served in numerous capacities. In these positions, he conducted or supervised 1,000s of undercover and overt investigations, applications for warrants, the execution of warrants, and arrests. He has also been responsible for the supervision of undercover training, and oversaw activities at the High-Intensity-Drug-Trafficking-Area (HIDTA) training center.

    Regarding vehicle-related issues, Mr. Signorelli conducted or supervised numerous investigations of vehicle accidents, police emergency vehicles accidents, police vehicle pursuits, and was a member of various Accident Review Boards. His experience also includes responding to hostage situations, barricaded suspect situations, emotionally disturbed persons, and any police-related shootings.

    Mr. Signorelli is currently a practicing attorney, an adjunct professor of law and police science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and an author. He has published three books: The Crisis of Police Liability Lawsuits, 2006; The Constable Has Blundered, 2010 (Carolina Academic Press); Criminal Law, Procedure, and Evidence, 2011 (Taylor&Francis, CRC Press).

    Litigation Support - Walter Signorelli has been retained as a consultant by both plaintiffs and defense in a number of police liability cases, and has testified as a police procedures expert in both State and Federal courts. He has been prociding expert witness services for over 17 years.

    Mr. Signorelli has been retained as an expert approximately 150 times and testified before an arbitrator approximately 25 times. His areas of expertise include:
    • Deadly Force / Excessive Force
    • Drug Enforcement
  • Law Enforcement
  • Police Procedures
  • Walter P. Signorelli, JD
    Constitutional principles are the foundation upon which substantive criminal law, criminal procedure law, and evidence laws rely. The concepts of due process, legality, specificity, notice, equality, and fairness are intrinsic to these three disciplines, and a firm understanding of their implications is necessary for a thorough comprehension of the topic. This book examines the tensions produced by balancing the ideals of individual liberty embodied in the Constitution against society’s need to enforce criminal laws as a means of achieving social control, order, and safety.
    Walter P. Signorelli, JD
    This book examines and explains how the exclusionary rule undermines the purposes of the criminal justice system, increases crime rates, dispenses unequal justice, and encourages police corruption. Professor Signorelli uses concrete examples and cases to demonstrate the connections between the rule and its problematic consequences. The book explains how unequal treatment of defendants, denial of justice to crime victims, and perjury by police officers to circumvent the rule taint the criminal justice system, and how a tainted justice system spreads ill effects throughout society.
    Walter P. Signorelli, JD
    This book illustrates how and why attorneys are winning an increasing number of unwarranted lawsuits against the police. This concise and practical guide discusses how these lawsuits have negatively impacted police morale and effectiveness, and how police departments both small and large can work to reverse this dangerous trend.
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    Nichols J. Smith, Expert Investigator
    See Multiple Addresses Below
    CA USA
    phone: 800-516-2448
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    Nichols J. Smith is a licensed, professional Civil and Criminal Investigator who brings extraordinary expertise to PSI. In his 42 years in the investigation business, he has helped solve thousands of cases in the legal, corporate, and law enforcement arenas.

    Mr. Smith has helped attorneys resolve complex criminal, civil, environmental, and fraud related cases and helped corporations in risk assessment, negligent security matters, technical surveillance and counter measures. A court-qualified expert in security and investigations, he is also experienced in felony criminal defense, including capital murder.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Smith has testified in California Superior Courts on the issues of negligent security, premises liability, the adequacy of private security, and asset investigations. In addition to the cases that went to trial, he has testified at deposition in dozens of other cases that were settled prior to trial.

    Mr. Smith is also effective in international cases. He recently helped a Venezuelan Insurance Company successfully locate and secure over $4million US, which had been stolen from them by criminals in Sri Lanka.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Environmental Litigation Support - PRP / Toxic Tort / Private Party Cost Recovery, Proposition 65 (Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986)
    • Corporate Fraud, Confidential Corporate Investigations and Difficult Witness / Principal Locates
    • Fraud and Asset Location and Recovery
    • Negligent Security Risk Assessment
    • Technical Surveillance Countermeasures, Debugging
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    San Francisco Office
    548 Market Street #88333
    San Francisco, CA 94104
    Telephone: 805-439-2824, Cell: 949-689-7708
    Los Angeles Office
    10158 Hollow Glen Circle
    Los Angeles, CA 90077
    Telephone: 310-275-8619, Cell: 310-779-6805
    Fax: 310-274-0503


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    Dr. Michael D. Lyman
    3703 Hunter Valley Dr.
    Columbia MO 65203
    USA
    phone: 573-268-4224
    Dr. Michael Lyman specializes in Police Practices and Procedure and has extensive knowledge of National Policing Guidelines and Standards. He has over 40 years of experience as a senior criminal investigator, certified police trainer and a Professor of Criminal Justice. Dr. Lyman has been retained in over 35 states (including Canada and Australia) as a Police Procedures Expert and will consider cases for both plaintiff and defense. He is the Author of six nationally recognized books on police procedure.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Use of Force
    • Investigative Process
    • Police Pursuits
    • Police Policy
    • Training and Operational Issues
    • Management & Supervision Issues
    • Plainclothes and Undercover Operations
    Services Include:
    • Case Evaluation and Incident Reconstruction
    • Written Opinion Reports
    • Testimony in Depositions, Hearings and Trial
    Published Books: Dr. Lyman has a twenty-eight (28) year publishing record in police practices & procedure. His books are currently used by some of the nation's most prestigious colleges and universities and are often used as training materials for law enforcement organizations

    Fee schedule & CV available upon request.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD
    Written by a nationally recognized expert in criminal investigation and police procedure, this edition clearly and thoughtfully explains the fundamentals of criminal investigation and forensic science as practiced by police investigators across the nation. The text explores new and emerging techniques in forensic science and how they interface with evidence collection in the field and evidence analysis in the laboratory.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD
    Presents crime detection as a dynamic field relying heavily on the past experiences of investigators as well as recent practical and technological innovations. It explores the many external variables that can influence the investigator's success and the specific methods of crime detection and prosecution of law available today. The text focuses on the steps and considerations observed in an actual criminal investigation.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD
    This book explores the principles of policing and introduces readers to the history, administration, and day-to-day practices of the police in the United States. Offering a balanced perspective, it provides readers with the basic framework for understanding contemporary police issues and discusses the myths and preconceptions commonly associated with the profession. This edition includes a new chapter on police culture, a new chapter on police liability, and information on how police work interfaces with forensic science and modern technology.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD, Gary W. Potter
    This work focuses on the many critical areas of America's drug problem, providing a foundation for rational decisionmaking within this complex and multi-disciplinary field. Broken into three sections: Understanding the Problem, Gangs and Drugs, and Fighting Back, topics covered include the business of drugs and the role of organized crime in the drug trade, drug legalization and decriminalization, legal and law enforcement strategies, an analysis of the socialization process of drug use and abuse, and a historical discussion of drug abuse that puts the contemporary drug problem into perspective.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD
    Criminal investigation is a dynamic endeavor impacted by changes in human nature, statutory and constitutional laws, and methods of operation. New challenges are constantly posed for the investigator and the investigation of drug offenses is no exception. This new edition of the bestselling Practical Drug Enforcement provides a thoroughly revised and updated guide to the contemporary aspects of covert criminal investigations and the management of the drug enforcement unit itself.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD, Gary W. Potter
    Dispelling current myths regarding organized crime, Lyman and Potter’s fourth edition reveals a truer picture of organized crime and criminal activity today. Providing scholarly treatment and a social perspective, the authors explore the concept of organized crime, the historical foundation for its evolution and development, and the current status of criminal groups in today’s society.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD, Gary W. Potter
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD
    This enlightening book removes the mystique and misunderstanding surrounding police work, exploring the principles of policing and introducing readers to the day-to-day practices of these dedicated professionals.
    Michael D. Lyman, PhD
    A comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of criminal investigation, including documentation, suspect identification, report writing, techniques in crime detection, criminal apprehension and prosecution, collection and use of information.
    Michael D. Lyman, Gary W. Potter
    This book provides a comprehensive overview of organized crime -- its definition, theories that explain it, its businesses, history, participants (both domestic and foreign groups), political and corporate alliances, and methods for controlling it.
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    Robert T. Johnson
    Lt. Colonel (R)
    Palos Heights IL 60463
    USA
    phone: 708-217-8872
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    Robert T. Johnson is a Law Enforcement Veteran with 32 years of active service. As a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Illinois State Police, Mr. Johnson continues to serve as a private consultant and expert witness regarding Law Enforcement Policies and Practices most frequently for Use of Force and Police Pursuits but has also testified regarding other police policy & practices issues. He also conducts Sensitive Internal Investigations as an independent investigator for municipalities regarding allegations of Police Misconduct. Mr. Johnson has extensive experience in Police Administration, Management and Supervision, Criminal Investigations, Use of Force and Officer Invoved Shooting Investigations,Patrol Procedures, Complaint/Internal Investigations and Task Force Operations.

    Robert Johnson has been qualified as an expert witness in state and federal court. He has consulted and testified for numerous police agencies as well as plaintiffs in litigation regarding the use of force/deadly force, pursuits, emergency vehicle response, and other policy issues. Mr. Johnson has been retained as an expert in approximately 90 cases and has testified at several civil trials, State & Federal. Areas of Expertise:
    • Agency Policies, Practices and Customs
    • Batons, Flashlights and other Impact Weapons
    • Chemical Irritants & Electrical Weapons
    • Deadly Force; Shooting Avoidance and Alternatives
    • Employee Dishonesty Investigations
    • Neck Restraints and Similar Defensive Tactics
    • Positional Restraint Asphyxia
    • Prisoner Transport, Restraints, Handcuffing and Hog-tying
    • Retention of a Known Unfit Employee or Negligent Entrustment of a Weapon
    • Search and Seizure
    • Standards for Discipline, Internal Affairs Procedures, (In)Adequate Punishment
    • Use/Protection of Confidential Informants
    • Vehicle Pursuit & Emergency Response Policies & Techniques
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    John Villines, MS, ICPS, PCI, CPP
    Member, State Professional Licensing Board
    431 Amys Ford Trail
    Cleveland GA 30528
    USA
    phone: 770-451-0000
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    John C. Villines is a Certified Crime Prevention Specialist and a Board Certified Security Manager. He has been a Security Consultant, Author, Seminar Presenter and Expert Witness since 1979. Mr. Villines' clients include Fortune 100 corporations.

    Education: M.S. Security Management (08); Georgia State University: College of Law (82-85); B.S. Crim Justice (82)

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Security Negligence
    • Foreseeability
    • Negligent Investigations
    • Policies
    • Procedures
    • Standard of Care
  • Management and Supervision
  • Training
  • Personal Safety
  • Threat Assessment
  • Access Controls
  • Crime Prevention

  • Venues: Malls, Office Buildings, Hotels/Motels, Apartments, Retail, Parking Lots, Government Buildings, other.

    Member:
    • International Association of Crime Analysts
    • International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners
    • American Society of Criminology
    4/19/2011 · Security
    As security professionals, we are accustomed to identifying assets and protecting them.

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    Gregory D. Lee
    Criminal Justice Consultant and Expert Witness
    P.O. Box 1195
    Pebble Beach CA 93953-1195
    USA
    phone: 831-920-7367
    Gregory D. Lee is a retired Supervisory Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration with over 30 years of law enforcement experience. He was an instructor for DEA’s Office of Training at the FBI Academy and is the author of Global Drug Enforcement: Practical Investigative Techniques (2003).

    Mr. Lee’s real world expertise covers the entire drug law enforcement spectrum. He is a court qualified expert witness who will thoroughly review discovery material and provide you with a written analysis of your case. See website for CV, bio, experience and contact info.

    Services Offered:
  • Expert Witness
  • Written Case Evaluations
  • Military Justice Matters
  • Drug Enforcement Training
  • Use of Force Evaluations
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  • Gregory D. Lee
    Based largely on the training and experiences of a recently retired Supervisory Special Agent of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) who is a former instructor for DEA's Office of Training at the FBI Academy.
    Gregory D. Lee
    The book is written based largely on the training and experiences of a recently retired Supervisory Special Agent of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) who is a former instructor for DEA's Office of Training at the FBI Academy.
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    Andrew F. Richards, CFS
    President
    2199 Almanack Court
    Pittsburgh, PA 15237
    USA
    phone: 412-722-8380
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    Andrew F. Richards, CFS is a recently retired federal agent with over 25 years’ experience investigating White Collar Crimes. As head of the Fraud Section of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, he handled almost every type of scheme and scam committed on businesses, government entities, and individuals. Prior to his federal experience Andrew was a Reading (PA) police officer for five years in. He has a BA in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in Criminology.

    As a National Fraud Subject Matter Expert (SME) for USPIS and supervisor of the Financial Crimes/Major Crimes section, a nationally recognized multi-agency task force, Mr. Richards supervised task force members from the FBI, US Secret Service, US Treasury- Inspector General, US Attorney’s Office, PA Attorney General’s Office, and many more. He has covered criminal conduct in both the Western District of Pennsylvania and the Northern District of West Virginia.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Internal and External Corporate Investigations
    • Fraud and Theft Investigations
    • Whistleblower / Qui Tam Actions
    • Corporate Fraud
    • Commercial Corruption
    • Investment Fraud
    • Health Care Fraud
    • Worker's Compensation Fraud
    • Mortgage Fraud
  • Vendor Fraud
  • Extortion
  • Bribery
  • Insurance / D&O Insurance Fraud
  • Political Corruption
  • Employee Investigations
  • Identity Theft
  • Surveillance
  • Computer and Asset Recovery
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    ECJM Consultants, Inc.
    Edward Mamet
    President (Retired Captain NYCPD)
    111 4th Avenue
    Suite 8-O
    New York NY 10003
    USA
    phone: 212-475-8215
    fax: 646-349-3238
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    Areas of Expertise: Retired New York City Police Department Captain of Detectives with 40 years experience, Captain Mamet is an Expert in investigations, tactics, operations, conduct, training, procedures, use of force, high-speed chases and other forms of police liability, as well as security matters. He has testified as an Expert Witness in numerous cases, federal, state and local, for Defense and Plaintiff.

    Profile: Retired Captain Mamet founded ECJM Consultants, Inc., in 1998, after completing forty years service in police work. His group provides high quality, cost effective police and security practices expertise to clients on a variety of law enforcement and security related issues. ECJM specializes in law enforcement and security liability matters, supporting both plaintiff and defense attorneys. Before deciding to assign a case to one of our experts, we will take the time to have a full discussion with potential clients, free of charge.

    Professional Experience: Most ECJM experts are retired New York City Police Department command officers whose combined experience exceeds 125 years in law enforcement and security. Upon analysis of the materials supplied, the reviewing expert will offer a fair, impartial and clearly explained evaluation. A written report, if required, will be prepared. Should the opinion be helpful, the expert will also be available for deposition and trial.

    Services: At the client's request, ECJM experts will provide an early assessment of a case, regardless of review time required, for a predetermined fee or bill by the hour. This innovative service means early, initial consultation with experts in a manner previously unavailable at such low cost. Early case assessment facilitates better client decision making regarding whether and how to proceed.
    7/12/2011 · Law Enforcement
    During my 40-year New York City Police Department career, I held nearly every rank and was detached to run large and troubled investigative divisions of two major city and state agencies.

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    David H. Williams
    PO Box 220442
    Saint Louis MO 63122
    USA
    phone: 203-423-9015
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    David Williams Telecommunications Expert PhotoDavid H. Williams is an internationally-known expert in the Wireless / Mobile Location field and President and Founder of E911-LBS Consulting.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Williams provides the highest quality and most impactful expert witness services related to wireless location, across the full range of IP / Patent, criminal, and civil case dimensions from the most technical to those regarding business methods. His services include forensic analysis, reports, and testimony on the validity and accuracy of various types of cell phone location surveillance devices and associated tracking using GPS, Call Detail Records(CDRs), Cellebrite data extraction, and other location data sources. Mr. Williams has successfully provided expert witness services in over 35 patent, civil, criminal, anti-trust, and ITC cases, including several successful Inter Parte Reexaminations (IPRs) and numerous civil, criminal, and law enforcement administrative proceedings. His credentials in wireless location prior art go as far back as the early 1980s. He has been deposed 4 times and testified in arbitration proceedings.

    The basis of Mr. Williams' expertise is his 30+ years in mobile/wireless communications and information technology solutions design, selection, implementation and ongoing management, Mr. Williams has extensive experience in the activities and issues needed to get mobile location applications to market, including planning and design at the application, system, interface / integration, network, IT, operational and customer facing levels.

    Mr. Williams has extensive expertise in all aspects of LBS delivery across the mobile location ecosystem including enabling network communications, location technologies / sensors, map data, geospatial platform / Geographical Information Systems, GPS and other location chipsets, location data management, and device, infrastructure, and integration providers.

    David Williams has developed and implemented industry-leading product and technology strategies and solutions for numerous LBS applications and markets and provides consulting and research services to some of the leading carriers and enterprises in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. His client list includes Apple, AT&T, GE, General Motors, Google, Houston Police Department, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, Samsung, Sprint, Toyota, Verizon Wireless, and numerous medium, small, and startup companies, plus numerous law firms of all sizes.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Mobile Location-Based Services
    • Wireless 911 (E911); NG911
    • GPS Systems; Network-Based Location Determination Systems
    • Indoor Location Systems, incl. Real Time Location Systems (RTLS); RFID and other RF-based Location systems; WiFi-enabled positioning systems (WPS); Beacon-based systems; Hybrids/Combinations
    • Wireless Network Location Design
    • Location Data Privacy Protection and Data Security Design
  • People, Wearables Tracking / Monitoring
  • Asset Tracking / Location Management
  • Telematics / Driverless Car Ecosystem
  • Navigation Systems; PNDs
  • Map Data, Digital Mapping and GIS
  • Vehicle-to-Vehicle; Fleet Management
  • Mobile Social / Business Networking
  • GPS Forensics; Mobile / IT Integration
  • Location-centric Process Design
  • Mobile Product Design / Implementation
  • M2M, Smart Grid / Energy Systems
  • LBS Big Data and Cloud Computing
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    DLV Consulting
    Dan L. Vogel
    PO Box 5862
    Edmond OK 73083
    USA
    phone: 405-615-6877
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    Dan L. Vogel is a retired FBI Special Agent with a Masters Degree in Administration of Justice and 27 years experience in Federal Law Enforcement. During his FBI career, he worked white collar crime, international terrorism, violent crime, applicant processing, and media matters. During his last 15 years with the FBI, he served as Oklahoma City Coordinator for the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime. In this capacity, he worked on all types of violent crimes from throughout the United States and Canada.

    Since retirement, Mr. Vogel has worked as a Forensic Consultant/Expert Witness on premises liability cases, murder, rape, abduction, crime statistics, FBI applicant matters, wrongful death, search and seizure, FBI policies and procedures, and excessive force. He has testified as an expert in Federal and state cases.

    In December 2009, Mr. Vogel volunteered to assist in locating a child who was abducted in Oklahoma in 1968. The investigation located him in 2011 and DNA confirmed his identity. Mother and son have been re-united after 44 years.

    In June 2013, Mr. Vogel was added to the Consulting Committee for The American Investigative Society of Cold Cases.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Criminal Investigative Analysis
    • Crime Scene Analysis
    • Victim Assessment
    • Foreseeability
    • Equivocal Death
    • Wrongful Death
    • Crime Risk
    • False Allegations
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    8/25/2015 · Law Enforcement
    In 1982, a foreign diplomat was assassinated a few blocks from a Federal law enforcement agency office. There were no computers, cell phones, or pagers. Within 18 months, investigators made 18 arrests and put two major terrorist organizations out of business. This article will explain how this was accomplished with no digital technology.

    6/30/2015 · Law Enforcement
    This article will discuss the attempted management of a convicted cooperating witness who continued his cons while working with the government. He was a constant challenge with many interesting events. These types of people do not change their personalities just because they are "cooperating". The first time I met him he said, "You'll like me in 15 minutes". He was right.

    4/30/2015 · Criminology
    Homicide cases in which the victim cannot be identified are difficult to solve and profile. This article will discuss the importance of victimology in a homicide investigation.

    Violent Crime has increased dramatically in the United States in the past 50 years. Many of these crimes involve serial homicide and rape which are especially challenging for investigators and experts since the perpetrators are usually experienced at what they do and don't leave many clues at the crime scene (if it can even be found). Plus, these crimes have a tendency to gain a lot of notoriety from the news media and public which results in intense pressure on the police department or investigating agency to solve these crimes quickly.

    6/5/2014 · Psychology
    Many times investigators and experts are confronted with cases which are equivocal: uncertain or questionable. For example, a death appears to be suicide but may actually be murder staged to appear to be a suicide. There are also cases which appear to be suicide but are actually accidental deaths. This article will provide a questionnaire for investigators and experts when confronted with these types of cases. The questionnaire is provided to attempt to determine the mental state of the victim just prior to his or her death and whether or not the victim was suicidal.

    5/8/2014 · Criminology
    John Delorean was a very successful executive at General Motors and was known for developing the Pontiac GTO, the Pontiac Firebird, Pontiac Grand Prix, Chevrolet Vega, and the DeLorean DMC-12 sports car, which was later featured in the 1985 film Back to the Future. In 1982 Delorean was arrested by the FBI for drug trafficking. "The alleged drug trafficking was supposedly an attempt to raise funds for his struggling company, which declared bankruptcy that same year. He successfully defended himself against the drug trafficking charges, showing that his alleged involvement was a result of entrapment by federal agents". Delorean was found not guilty on August 16, 1984.

    This article will focus on how to research FBI policies and procedures for the operation of informants. These documents are available to the public through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIPA). Researching FBI records can be very difficult and frustrating since many of the records are not searchable once you find the record you desire. Lawyers who need help researching these records may find that it is more cost effective to hire an expert to find the information they need.

    2/28/2014 · Law Enforcement
    Many young people make bad decisions which may follow them the rest of their lives and close doors to great opportunities as they progress through the work force. The bad decisions which seem like a "fling" at the time now have disastrous consequences when the young person has an interest in a job that requires a security clearance with a background investigation and polygraph.

    Violent Crime has increased dramatically in the United States in the past 50 years. Many premises liability cases involve violent crimes that could have been prevented if the landowner had taken the appropriate precautions based on industry standards. Foreseeability is important in determining whether violent crime could have been predicted based on past violent events. This information is easily obtained due to advances in computer technology. The public can now access this information in most locations throughout the United States.

    False allegations are seen in several types of cases and are very problematic for police since extensive investigation must be conducted to corroborate the victim's allegations. A great deal of resources can be wasted in these investigations since the alleged crime never took place. One study indicated that false rape allegations constituted 41% of all forcible rape cases in one police department. There are indicators of false allegations that may help police and experts determine whether a crime took place.

    10/15/2013 · Criminology
    Your personal security is based on your life style, and personal decisions. The Risk Continuum will assist you in determining your risk for becoming the victim of a violent crime. Minor changes in your life style may have a major impact on whether or not you will become a violent crime victim. There are many risk factors that you should consider when trying to reduce your level of risk.

    Victimology is defined as an assessment of everything that can be known about the victim of a crime, and is a critical tool for the investigator and experts which can lead to the quick solution of a criminal case or the resolution of a premises liability matter involving a violent crime.

    9/5/2013 · Law Enforcement
    Offenders will sometimes stage a violent crime because they know that they need to re-direct the investigation. The problem for some of them is that they are unfamiliar with crime scene investigation procedures and may make themselves more obvious as a suspect.

    8/19/2013 · Law Enforcement
    Defendant was observed driving a vehicle with a cracked windshield and a broken driver's side rear tail lens. He was stopped by the police for equipment violations and was asked various questions which indicated that he might be transporting money from an illegal drug transaction. Police asked if they could search the car and the defendant refused.

    The assessment of victim risk by an expert witness in a premises liability case may become critical to the successful outcome of the case. This article provides a Daubert style methodology for determining whether the victim was at low, moderate, or high risk for a crime of violence.

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