Marlon P. Marrache, Police Sergeant (Retired), JD, is a highly effective Law Enforcement Professional with exemplary skills in Police Administrative Discipline / Misconduct and Use of Force Investigations.
Mr. Marrache is a 24 year veteran and has over 12 years of Police Misconduct Investigation, adjudication, and examination experience. He has been assigned to Internal Affairs as an Associate Advocate conducting Board of Rights Hearings, and to Officer Representation Section defending police officers. Mr. Marrache has:
Demonstrated expertise in Peace Officer Bill of Rights Act (POBRA)
Demonstrated expertise in Police Mediation (i.e., Biased Policing Complaints)
Litigation Support - Mr. Marrache is Subject Matter Expert in Administrative Police Misconduct and a Subject Matter Expert in Categorical Use Of Force Investigations with an emphasis in Officer Involved Shootings (OIS). He provides Expert Testimony in Internal Affairs investigations and renders fair, reasonable, and impartial recommendation on "adjudication" and "penalty" of completed investigations.
Areas of Expertise:
Administrative Police Misconduct
Administrative Police Discipline
Internal Affairs Examination
Use of Force Investigations
Biased Policing Complaint Investigations
Officer Involved Shootings (OIS)
Marlon P. Marrache: How Police Are Held Accountable
Degrees and Certifications - Supervisory CA POST certificate - Certified LAPD Instructor - Juris Doctorate Degree from Pacific Coast University School of Law. Mr. Marrache has instructed in LAPD supervisor school on the topic of POBRA & Use of Force
Beth A. Mohr, CFE, CFCS, CAMS, CCCI, MPA, PI, is a Law Enforcement / Police Misconduct expert with over 30 years of sworn and non-sworn investigative experience. Ms. Mohr is credentialed as a Nationally Certified Law Enforcement Instructor by the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training, and is one of fewer than 150 individuals who have been nationally certified as an expert law enforcement instructor. She is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Certified Financial Crimes Specialist (CFCS) and a Certified Cyber Crimes Investigator (CCCI). She is also a Private Investigator licensed in New Mexico, Arizona, and California.
During her career with the San Diego Police Department, Ms. Mohr she was awarded three Commanding Officer’s Citations, which are the highest awards offered by the San Diego Police Department. After retiring from the San Diego Police Department, she conducted death penalty mitigation investigations, and other complex felony investigations, including homicide and white-collar cases, for the Whatcom County, Washington, Public Defender’s Office. This includes conducting investigations of allegations of police misconduct for the City of Albuquerque Independent Review Office. Ms. Mohr recently chaired the City of Albuquerque’s Police Oversight Board, a civilian board which was created as part of the US Department of Justice’s Consent Decree with the City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Police Department.
Ms. Mohr has taught courses on law enforcement topics including interviewing techniques, investigative ethics, evidence collection, financial and fraud investigations, and many other topics. Her ethics courses, investigative courses, and fraud courses are certified for law enforcement credit. Ms. Mohr is a POST Certified law enforcement instructor in California, and a Nationally Certified Law Enforcement Instructor.
Litigation Support - Beth A. Mohr is available as a consulting or testifying expert anywhere in North America. She is neutral, fair, and her opinions are rooted in provable facts. She strives to balance her cases between defense and plaintiff-sided cases, and also provides habeas consulting services. Ms. Mohr has testified as an expert in New Mexico, Arizona, California, and Washington state, in federal and state courts, on a variety of subjects, including police procedures, police misconduct, white collar crime, and fraud examinations.
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