Principal Owner since 2003, the Public Safety Volunteer Institute
and the Public Safety Software Group,
www.publicsafetysg.com designer & developers of the volunteer management software
ODISS, the Off Duty Integrated Scheduling System and TIMS, the
Training Integrated Management System.
President since July 1999 National Association Citizens On Patrol,
www.nacop.org , a national non-profit corporation to support,
increase the use of and provide recognition for Citizen Patrol
volunteers, units & coordinators throughout the nation. 2008 founded
& implemented “COPS for the Troops Kids” program,
Successful 22 year
sales and marketing career in the Information Technology sector from
1981 – 2003 working for companies such as Cisco Systems, SAIC,
2004 - 2009 Featured
monthly author on the subject of Law Enforcement Volunteers for the
leading law enforcement daily news web site, officer.com with
over 60 published articles.
Currently serving as
a Specialist Reserve for the Los Angeles Police Department
Five years, Citizen
Patrol volunteer, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department
Five years, Citizen
Patrol volunteer, Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept, Norco Station
Volunteer Firefighter, Riverside County Fire Dept Com-33 MEOC
Member, City of
Corona CERT, Community Emergency Response Team
Served four years,
U.S. Coast Guard as Radioman, E-5, conducting SAR and LE missions
Level II Reserve Officer Training certificate 225 hours, Riverside
County Sheriff’s Citizen Academy Completion, FEMA 40 hour CERT
ICS 200 Check in and
Status Recorder & ICS 248 Staging Area Manger Certification
Choice Award for leadership and efforts to establish a new COP unit.
City wide volunteer of the quarter, 2006, as Citizen Patrol
Recipient of the
International Association Chiefs of Police “Presidents Coin”,
present by then IACP President, Chief Bill Berger of the Palm Bay,
Florida, Police Dept.
Recipient of Los
Angeles Police Departments Chief of Police Recognition and City of
Los Angeles Mayor’s proclamation for work performed as a member of
the iWATCH team working with the LAPD’s Counter-Terrorism Bureau to
develop the new Community Outreach program now in use across the
nation and worldwide.
from then Assistant United States Attorney General, Ms. Deborah
Daniels, on behalf of the Attorney General John Ashcroft during a
Appreciation from the Director of the United States Secret Service
for efforts that have assisted law enforcement.
member, International Association Chiefs of Police. Invited member
of the USDOJ, National Criminal Justice Editors Group, CJEG.
quoted by various local and national TV, radio and newspaper media
outlets, such as USA Today and the Wall Street Journal on the
subject of police volunteers.