I left my career in the U.S. Intelligence Community to create Directorate 2 and bring the intelligence community's best practices to law enforcement. Law enforcement intelligence is well-established, but experiences issues with organizational alignment, establishing an intelligence culture within a law enforcement agency, access to analytic training, and a lack of financial resources.
My business provides hands-on forensic learning activities and lesson plans suitable for students and adults. My activities are case scenario based using multiple forensic examinations to draw conclusions of the evidence provided.
I provide expertise and instruction on a variety of topics including anti-opioid response, gang reduction, reducing violent crime, community policing, hostage negotiations, auto theft reduction, and anumber of others.
Since 1987 I have trained law enforcement, human resources, educators, and mental health professionals worldwide. Most requested classes are the 10 various forensic handwriting analysis courses I teach.
We conduct research and program evaluation for criminal and juvenile justice and related programs. We can assist with the development of evaluation plans and logic models, data collection and analysis, the development and implementation of performance measures, and reporting and grant writing.
I am a former four-term elected prosecutor for the City of St. Louis. I now provide consulting services to prosecutors on issues such as policy development, process managment, leadership and communications -- both internal and external. I work with the Prosecutors' Center for Excellence, and am a co-owner of Vera Causa Group Consulting, LLC, a woman-owned business.
Alentado Training Consultants is committed to providing the highest quality training to public safety and public service agencies who interact with Spanish-speakers in a professional setting. ATC courses and training methodologies have evolved for more than 20 years. ATC aims to bring the most powerful, efficient, adult learning experiences to law enforcement, corrections, emergency services, support personnel and business professionals. Our mission is to impart effective linguistic skill sets and useful cultural competencies to our clients.
Housed in the University of Cincinnati's School of Criminal Justice, the Institute of Crime Science (ICS) combines the knowledge and skill of both academic researchers and criminal justice practitioners to solve real world problems.
Kevin R. Davis is a full-time law enforcement officer in the State of Ohio. Mr. Davis has been actively training law enforcement officers for over 24 years. The author of the bestselling Use of Force Investigations: A Manual for Law Enforcement (2012; Responder Media), Kevin has presented training programs on use of force, force investigations, police training, firearms and tactics programs throughou the United States. For four years Mr.
Judge Mize is currently a judicial fellow at the National Center for State Courts. He is also the project director of “Jury Trial Management for the 21st Century” which features a set of judicial education curricula focusing on jury selection and jury deliberations. As a judicial fellow, he serves in the Government Affairs Office monitoring legislation in Congress affecting state courts.