Law Enforcement Services Division

Thomas J. Aveni, MSFP
Executive Director

Steven Albrecht, PHR, CPP

Christopher Aveni, BS

Ron Linhart, BS

Det. Skip Bauchman

Robert E. Maurer, PhD

Det. Mary A. Bice, BA

Lt. Alan May, MPA

Bob Bragg, MSPE

Thomas Mears

John M. L. Brown, JD

Sgt. Art Medina (Ret.)

Det. Mike Bumcrot, BA

Paul Michel, OD

Chief Garrett Chamberlain, AAS

Rick Parent, PhD

Sgt. Mark Conway, Australia

Ric Pascetta

Scott Roder

Bert DuVernay, MPA, CPP

Suzanna Ryan, MS

Bill Eramo

Lt. Dave Spaulding, BA

Susan B. Farris, BS

Lindsey Thomas, MD

Edward Godnig, OD, FCOVD

Lt. Dennis Tueller

Det. Jerry S. Greene, AAS

Dwight Van Horn

Sgt. Edward Gross, BS

Dave Young, CAPS® Inventor

Cmdr. Sid Heal, Ret

Arlo West

Det. Joe Holmes, BS

Laura Zimmerman, PhD

Maj. Steve Ijames, MS, MPA  
 

 

 


Advisory Staff

 

Ken Murray

 


Security Training & Consulting Division (STAC)

 

Dale Beasey

Robert Goderre

Ray Ferrara, MEd, CPP, CPO

Peter Martin

 


Special Projects and Training Division (SPAT)

 

Lt. Thomas Kopchains, Director

  Sean McCann

 


PPSC Support Staff

Amy Pisarczyk-Tate

Executive Assistant

Janet Surman

Executive Assistant

Sue Vekasy
Bookkeeping/Accounting

Christine Povisils

Webmaster

Carlos Davila

Intl. Relations (Europe/S. America)

Ming-Feng Chin
Scientific Advisor

Jack Lim

Intl. Relations (Asia)

Brent Radford

Media Production Manager

Tahsin Ammouri

Intl. Relations (Middle East)

Forensic Transcriber

 

Employment Opportunities

The Police Policy Studies Council is looking for qualified expert witnesses in the following disciplines. If your qualifications meet these criteria, and you have an interest in becoming a part of our team, please send an e-mail to careers@theppsc.org stating your interests and qualifications.


Forensic Pathologist

Minimum requirements: (1) MD degree of equivalent (2) Board certified/eligible in anatomic pathology, (3) Board certified/eligible in forensic pathology (4) documented experience in this field of discipline, and (5) prior court acknowledgment of “expert” credentials is preferred but not mandatory.

Send an e-mail to careers@theppsc.org


 Forensic Computer Specialist

Interested parties must possess the abilities of collection, preservation, analysis and court presentation of computer related evidence. The information gathered may relate to such things as theft of trade secrets, theft or destruction of intellectual property, fraud, and other civil cases involving wrongful dismissals, breaches of contracts and discrimination issues.

 Desirable qualifications: (1) Degree in computer science, (2) certifications in IT applications (e.g. networking), (3) documented experience in this field of discipline, and (4) prior court acknowledgment of “expert” credentials is preferred but not mandatory.

Send an e-mail to careers@theppsc.org

 

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