Roy G. Taylor is a current Chief of Police with over 40 years of experience in a wide-range of federal, state, local, and private criminal justice positions. He delivers comprehensive and intelligent Law Enforcement and Security Services to federal, state, and local governments, and is authorized to work on private or government properties including parks, any government owned buildings, land, public housing communities, hospitals, schools, or similar areas. Mr. Taylor's experience and expertise includes use of force and firearms instruction; recruiting, selection and assignment; employee supervision, evaluation and retention; curriculum development; policies and procedures design and implementation; canine utilization; budgeting; public relations; and emergency management. Current Positions:
Harry C. McCann, MPA, is recognized as an expert in Policy, Procedure, and Training by the Federal Courts in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the Northern District of Georgia, the Court of Common Pleas in Montgomery County. Pa., and has provided consultation services to law firms, police departments, correctional institutions, and municipalities throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, Georgia, Maryland, Indiana and Delaware in such areas as the use of force, in custody death claims, special response teams, arrest procedures, Tasers, training and legal issues. Background Experience - Throughout his law enforcement career, Mr. McCann has been responsible for the writing and implementation of policy and procedure relating to the Use of Force, Emergency Procedures, Prison Rape Elimination Act, Special Response Team protocols, Staff Training Lesson Plans and Development, Patrol Procedures, and Legal issues. As the prior Director of Law Enforcement / Police Training in Bucks County (PA), the fourth largest county in Pennsylvania, he has been responsible for developing, coordinating, and implementation training programs to approximately 800 police officers representing 42 police departments. Litigation Support - With 37 years of law enforcement expertise in the federal, state and county level, Harry McCann offers a unique perspective of knowledge and expertise in all facets of training, policy, procedure, and case review. He has provided either expert testimony or reports to clients in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, Georgia, Maryland and Delaware. Mr. McCann has continually demonstrated his ability to evaluate the issues and present himself in a clear, concise, thorough, and professional manner. His preparation has been acknowledged among his peers and has been honed by 35 years of college teaching and staff development instruction. He offers guidance and expert reports in matters dealing with:
Robert T. Johnson, a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Illinois State Police, is a Law Enforcement Specialist who currently serves as a Private Consultant for legal issues regarding Law Enforcement Policies and Practices. With over 32 years of active service, 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, Patrol Procedures, Complaint/Internal Investigations and Task Force Operations. Robert Johnson's education includes law enforcement and management courses from Northwestern University Traffic Institute, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Michigan State University, and the Illinois State Police. He attended numerous courses and seminars regarding Use of Force, Police Pursuits and has been certified by the Force Science Research Center (FSRC) in analysis of the fundamentals of human dynamics involved in Uses of Force by Police and in High-Speed Pursuits such as Human Behavior and Memory Under Extreme Stress.
Mr. Johnson also conducts independent internal inquiries and serves as an assessor (Team Leader) for the Commission on the Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). He has reviewed the operations of approximately 35 law enforcement agencies seeking Accreditation, and has conducted Operational, Organization and/or Policy reviews for several agencies, most recently the Kane County Sheriff's Office and the Armenian National Police (for the World Bank). From 2002 until 2005, he held the position of Inspector/Director of Police for Amtrak. He was responsible for the oversight of the Western Region's Police Personnel, Operations, and Budgets for 30 States.