Richard D. Morman, CPP, CSSP, PPS
, is a career Public Safety
veteran. He served with The Ohio State University Police Division for over 29 years, retiring as the Deputy Chief of Police, a position he held for 10 years.
Mr. Morman has been involved in all facets of Law Enforcement
, including management and supervision, having a total of twenty two years in supervision and management. In 2010, he was selected as The Ohio State University Department of Public Safety Employee of the Year.
Mr. Morman holds three professional certifications, Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation from ASIS, Certified Sports Security Professional (CSSP) as designated by the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4), and certified Personal Protection Specialist (PPS) as designated by the Executive Protection Institute.
Mr. Morman has vast Sports and Special Event Security
planning and management experience, he is considered a subject matter expert in celebratory rioting, crowd management, sports and special event security planning and management, venue security planning and management and executive protection. In December 2011, he was invited by the US Department of Criminal Justice to present to a group of his peers in Best Practices for Large Venue Security. Mr. Morman has contributed to the Bureau of Justice Assistance publication: Practitioners’ Thoughts on Promising Practices for Securing College and University Spectator Events From Criminal Extremist Attacks
and participated in developing the NCS4 Intercollegiate Athletics Safety and Security Best Practices Guide.
- Mr. Morman provides expert witness services to attorneys for plaintiff and defendant which include written reports, depositions, and trial testimony as needed.
Security and Police Practices & Procedures Specialty Focus
View Richard D. Morman's Consulting Profile
- Inadequate or Wrongful Security
- Wrongful Law Enforcement Act
- Higher Education Safety and Security
- Sports Event & Venue Security
- Special Event Security
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