*Serving California, Nevada and Arizona Exclusively
1104 Corporate Way
Sacramento, CA 95831
T: (916) 668-6026
6619 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
T: (480) 347-0211
2620 Regatta Drive, Suite 102
Las Vegas, NV 89128
T: (702) 733-8711
Providing Expert Assistance in Case Evaluation, Investigation, Preparation and Testimony for matters involving
Robert A. Gardner, CPP
Guard / Bouncer / Investigator ConductUse of ForceDetention & ArrestPremises Security IssuesSecurity Adequacy Assessment
|Crime Prevention TheoryBuilding & Site Security DesignWorkplace Violence IssuesUnlicensed Security ActivityState & Local Regulatory Compliance|
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.
He has been retained on more than 280 occasions and has qualified and testified as a security expert in United States District Court and in various California, Arizona, Nevada, and South Dakota State Courts.
Areas of Expertise
- Conduct, Operational Policies, Standards & Procedures, Licensing Requirements and Unlicensed Practices involving Private Patrol Companies, Private Investigators, Security Consultants, Contract and In-House Security Officers, Retail Loss Prevention Agents, Bouncers, Bodyguards, Security Expert Witnesses and other security related personnel.
- Premises Security Adequacy & Negligence, Building & Site Design for Security, Security and Crime Prevention Standards and Practices in Apartments, Hotels, Bars, Nightclubs, Casinos, Retail Stores& Centers, Office Buildings, Parking and Special Use Facilities.
- Small Airport and General Aviation Security, Protection of Airport Property, Employees, Tenants and Guests.
Suggestions for effectively selecting and utilizing qualified security experts both inside and outside the courtroom.
It may be the most important Latin phrase you never learned in law school. It won't help you win a case but it could save your life. Obfirmo ianua roughly translates as "Lock the door."
No home can be totally immune to the threat of crime. But, prior planning and common sense precautions can significantly reduce the risk.
Crime will kill a business district. Fortunately there is a planning tool that can both prevent crime and increase the perception of safety.
Establishing liability in crime victimization cases can be a challenge. Often the issues involved center on questions of "duty to protect" and "adequacy of security measures."