Henley-Putnam faculty members have served in many capacities within the strategic security sector in addition to their intelligence school and counterterrorism school instruction. Many individuals across our University have served in law enforcement security training in varying capacities including teaching at police academies and certified courses at the local, state and federal levels. In addition to numerous local police and sheriff departments, our faculty and staff have past or present relationships with the following law enforcement agencies: U.S. Secret Service, Diplomatic Security Service, FBI, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Air Marshall Service, U.S. Postal Inspectors, NYPD and LAPD to name a few.
A sampling of Henley-Putnam faculty member career paths in the Law Enforcement sector includes:
- FBI Supervisory Special Agent
- Secret Service Security Detail for Presidents Nixon, Carter, and Reagan
- Diplomatic Security Service Regional Security Officer
- Special Agent, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
- Investigator, Federal Public Defender’s Office
- County DA Investigator in the Bureau of Investigations
- Local Tactical Response Team member and sniper team leader
This law enforcement and security training experience enables our faculty members to better prepare Henley-Students for careers in law enforcement. The deep experience of each of our faculty members sets Henley-Putnam apart from the typical intelligence school or counterterrorism school.
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