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Advanced Risk Management, LLC.
De Pere, Wisconsin
1253 Scheuring Road, Suite A , 54115


Contact:  John M. Pratt B.S.C.J

920-339-9400 Or Toll Free
jpratt@armarisk.com
1253 Scheuring Road, Suite A
De Pere, Wisconsin 54115

Contact:  John M. Pratt B.S.C.J

920-339-9400
jpratt@armarisk.com
Information:  
Accident Investigations,  Ballistics,  Construction,  Firearms,  Safety,  Safety Audit,  Safety Occupational,  Security Policies and Procedures, 



Arma Forensics, LLC.
Armuchee, Georgia
PO Box 116, 30105


Contact:  Jay Jarvis
www.armaforensics.com
706-331-9971 Or Toll Free
armaforensics@gmail.com
PO Box 116
Armuchee, Georgia 30105

Contact:  Jay Jarvis
www.armaforensics.com
706-331-9971
armaforensics@gmail.com
Mr. Jarvis has over 30 years of experience in forensic science. His specialty is firearms identification and ballistics but he also has casework experience in trace evidence. He has testified as an expert over 700 times. Following his retirement from the Georgia State Crime Lab, he started Arma Forensics to provide personalized, timely and unbiased forensic services for clients. In the tradition of the earliest practitioners of forensic science, he is able to give your case his full attention from start to finish. A CV is available upon request. Please call for a free consultation or visit our website www.armaforensics.com.
Information:  
Analysis,  Ballistics,  Firearms,  Forensic,  Guns and Gunshot Wounds, 


Mr. Jarvis has over 30 years of experience in forensic science. His specialty is firearms identification and ballistics but he also has casework experience in trace evidence. He has testified as an expert over 700 times. Following his retirement from the Georgia State Crime Lab, he started Arma Forensics to provide personalized, timely and unbiased forensic services for clients. In the tradition of the earliest practitioners of forensic science, he is able to give your case his full attention from start to finish. A CV is available upon request. Please call for a free consultation or visit our website www.armaforensics.com.

Key Associates Expert Witness & Consultation Group
Vesuvius, Virginia
1628 Zinks Mill School Road, 24483


Contact:  Charles J Key
www.onlinepoliceexperts.com
540-377-9966 Or Toll Free
joekey@rockbridge.net
Expert Witness & Consultation Group
1628 Zinks Mill School Road
Vesuvius, Virginia 24483

Contact:  Charles J Key
www.onlinepoliceexperts.com
540-377-9966
joekey@rockbridge.net
Key Associates is a group of highly competent men and women whose professional experience encompasses the entire spectrum of police related subjects. Some of their areas of expertise include: police training, practices, and policies; narcotics investigations; homicide investigation and training; police involved shooting investigation and training; domestic violence;police and civilian use of force; police canine training and operations; crowd control/civil disturbance; and SWAT training and operations. Charles J. Key has nearly twenty-six years experience with the Baltimore Police Department, ascending to the rank of Lieutenant. During his career, Mr. Key was assigned as a detective to the Intelligence Unit, where he investigated police corruption, terrorist activities, and organized crime. He also served as a squad sergeant and Training Coordinator/Supervisor for the Special Weapons and Tactics Unit. In his last ten years, he served as the Commanding Officer of the Firearms Training Unit. In that capacity he analyzed over five hundred police involved shootings and responded to the scene of more than one hundred. Mr. Key wrote the department’s policy on use of lethal force and the resolution of sniper, barricade, and hostage situations. He has lectured at various universities and taught police use of force to thousands of federal, state, local police officers, and hundreds of civilians in numerous states. Since retiring from the Baltimore Police Department, Mr. Key has consulted in thousands of use of force incidents and other police practices cases, including programs for Fox News, NPR, and Dateline NBC, the Ruby Ridge Incident, the Amadou Diallo Case, and with the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division in numerous cases including the Hurricane Katrina police shootings in New Orleans.
Information:  
Ballistics,  Domestic Violence,  Firearms,  Law Enforcement,  Police Ethics,  Police Procedures,  Self Defense,  Use of Excessive Force, 


Key Associates is a group of highly competent men and women whose professional experience encompasses the entire spectrum of police related subjects. Some of their areas of expertise include: police training, practices, and policies; narcotics investigations; homicide investigation and training; police involved shooting investigation and training; domestic violence;police and civilian use of force; police canine training and operations; crowd control/civil disturbance; and SWAT training and operations. Charles J. Key has nearly twenty-six years experience with the Baltimore Police Department, ascending to the rank of Lieutenant. During his career, Mr. Key was assigned as a detective to the Intelligence Unit, where he investigated police corruption, terrorist activities, and organized crime. He also served as a squad sergeant and Training Coordinator/Supervisor for the Special Weapons and Tactics Unit. In his last ten years, he served as the Commanding Officer of the Firearms Training Unit. In that capacity he analyzed over five hundred police involved shootings and responded to the scene of more than one hundred. Mr. Key wrote the department’s policy on use of lethal force and the resolution of sniper, barricade, and hostage situations. He has lectured at various universities and taught police use of force to thousands of federal, state, local police officers, and hundreds of civilians in numerous states. Since retiring from the Baltimore Police Department, Mr. Key has consulted in thousands of use of force incidents and other police practices cases, including programs for Fox News, NPR, and Dateline NBC, the Ruby Ridge Incident, the Amadou Diallo Case, and with the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division in numerous cases including the Hurricane Katrina police shootings in New Orleans.

Taylor Law Enforcement Consulting Group
Raleigh, North Carolina
9650 Strickland Road Ste 103-162, 27615


Contact:  Roy G. Taylor, MS
www.taylorconsultinggroup.org
919-697-1995 Or Toll Free
roy@taylorconsultinggroup.org
9650 Strickland Road Ste 103-162
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615

Contact:  Roy G. Taylor, MS
www.taylorconsultinggroup.org
919-697-1995
roy@taylorconsultinggroup.org
The Taylor Consulting Group offers expert witness consultants specializing in law enforcement & security operations. We provide consulting and expert witness consultation to attorneys, the insurance industry and facilities involved in litigation. Whether you need a law enforcement or security expert, we specialize in issues such as police policies, use of force to include deadly force, electronic control devices, less than lethal weapons, high speed vehicle pursuits, failure to train, negligent retention and failure to supervise.
Information:  
Accidental Discharge,  Firearms,  Law Enforcement,  Police Ethics,  Police K9 Issues,  Police Procedures,  Safety,  Security, 


The Taylor Consulting Group offers expert witness consultants specializing in law enforcement & security operations. We provide consulting and expert witness consultation to attorneys, the insurance industry and facilities involved in litigation. Whether you need a law enforcement or security expert, we specialize in issues such as police policies, use of force to include deadly force, electronic control devices, less than lethal weapons, high speed vehicle pursuits, failure to train, negligent retention and failure to supervise.

Patrick J. McGee
Chatham, Illinois
8761 Sweetbriar Lane, 62629


Contact:  Patrick J. McGee

630-531-8028 Or Toll Free
us1855rifle@sbcglobal.net
8761 Sweetbriar Lane
Chatham, Illinois 62629

Contact:  Patrick J. McGee

630-531-8028
us1855rifle@sbcglobal.net

Patrick J. McGee's CV


Patrick celebrates a total of 42 years in Law Enforcement this year. He served with the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department for over 31 years, until his retirement in 2008. During his career with the Sheriff’s Police, he served in Field Positions as a Patrol Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Field Lieutenant, Watch Commander and as an Area Commander. His experience as a member of the Staff of the Training Division includes position as the Recruit Training Coordinator, SelfDefense Coordinator, Range Master, Training Academy Supervisor, and as the Training Academy Commander. He also served as a S.W.A.T. Team Sniper, Hostage Negotiator and as the Gang Crimes Narcotics Supervisor.

Patrick has served on numerous committees for the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, to include the Use of Force Advisory Panel, The Defensive Tactics Standardization Committee, The Pursuit Driving Committee, The Vehicle Stops Standardization Committee and the Long-Range Planning Committee.

Shortly after retiring from a long career with the Sheriff’s Police, he was hired as the Director of Training for the Cicero Police Department. He has served in this capacity for over 9 years. He has served as the Range Master for the Cicero Police Department and has held the ranks of Commander and 1st Deputy Superintendent of Police.

Patrick has trained over 6,000 Recruits and over 11,000 In-Service Personnel nation-wide. He has served as an expert witness in many Use of Force, Firearms and S.W.A.T. cases.
Information:  
Firearms,  Police Procedures,  Use of Excessive Force, 


Patrick J. McGee's CV


Patrick celebrates a total of 42 years in Law Enforcement this year. He served with the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department for over 31 years, until his retirement in 2008. During his career with the Sheriff’s Police, he served in Field Positions as a Patrol Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Field Lieutenant, Watch Commander and as an Area Commander. His experience as a member of the Staff of the Training Division includes position as the Recruit Training Coordinator, SelfDefense Coordinator, Range Master, Training Academy Supervisor, and as the Training Academy Commander. He also served as a S.W.A.T. Team Sniper, Hostage Negotiator and as the Gang Crimes Narcotics Supervisor.

Patrick has served on numerous committees for the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, to include the Use of Force Advisory Panel, The Defensive Tactics Standardization Committee, The Pursuit Driving Committee, The Vehicle Stops Standardization Committee and the Long-Range Planning Committee.

Shortly after retiring from a long career with the Sheriff’s Police, he was hired as the Director of Training for the Cicero Police Department. He has served in this capacity for over 9 years. He has served as the Range Master for the Cicero Police Department and has held the ranks of Commander and 1st Deputy Superintendent of Police.

Patrick has trained over 6,000 Recruits and over 11,000 In-Service Personnel nation-wide. He has served as an expert witness in many Use of Force, Firearms and S.W.A.T. cases.