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ECJM Consultants, Inc.
New York, New York
111 4th Ave Suite #8-O, 10003


Contact:  Edward Mamet
http://www.lawchek.net/directories/ew/police_ethics/ECJM/index.html
212-475-8215 Or Toll Free
ecjm2@msn.com
111 4th Ave Suite #8-O
New York, New York 10003

Contact:  Edward Mamet
http://www.lawchek.net/directories/ew/police_ethics/ECJM/index.html
212-475-8215
ecjm2@msn.com
~Retired NYPD Captain of Detectives, with 40 years experience in all phases of Police Work~
Information:  
Criminalistics,  Eyewitness Testimony,  Law Enforcement,  Police Ethics,  Police Procedures,  Security Policies and Procedures,  Use of Excessive Force, 


~Retired NYPD Captain of Detectives, with 40 years experience in all phases of Police Work~

Key Associates Expert Witness & Consultation Group
Swoope, Virginia
64 Rippetoe Lane, 24479


Contact:  Charles J Key
www.onlinepoliceexperts.com
540-337-6501 Or Toll Free
joekey@rockbridge.net
Expert Witness & Consultation Group
64 Rippetoe Lane
Swoope, Virginia 24479

Contact:  Charles J Key
www.onlinepoliceexperts.com
540-337-6501
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.

Stewart Traffic Accident Reconstruction Service
Anchorage, Alaska
P.O. Box 210487, 99521


Contact:  Greg A. Stewart
http://www.starsreconak.com/
907-244-5696 Or Toll Free
starsrecon@gmail.com
P.O. Box 210487
Anchorage, Alaska 99521

Contact:  Greg A. Stewart
http://www.starsreconak.com/
907-244-5696
starsrecon@gmail.com
Stewart Traffic Accident Reconstruction Services was established in 2012 and provides statewide consulting services for criminal and civil, plaintiff and defense council, throughout the state of Alaska specializing in traffic collision investigation, technical review, analysis and reconstruction, crash data retrieval analysis, evidence management and audits, skip tracing and limited private investigation. Court certified expert Greg A. Stewart is a retired Anchorage Police Department police sergeant with over thirty-five years law enforcement experience specializing in the area of traffic collision investigation and reconstruction, crash data retrieval, criminal investigations and police evidence management.
Information:  
Accident Investigations,  Accident Photo Analysis,  Accident Reconstruction,  Automobile Accidents,  Crash Data Retrieval,  Investigative Consultant,  Police Ethics,  Police Procedures, 


Stewart Traffic Accident Reconstruction Services was established in 2012 and provides statewide consulting services for criminal and civil, plaintiff and defense council, throughout the state of Alaska specializing in traffic collision investigation, technical review, analysis and reconstruction, crash data retrieval analysis, evidence management and audits, skip tracing and limited private investigation. Court certified expert Greg A. Stewart is a retired Anchorage Police Department police sergeant with over thirty-five years law enforcement experience specializing in the area of traffic collision investigation and reconstruction, crash data retrieval, criminal investigations and police evidence management.

T.T. Williams, Jr., Investigations, Inc.
Los Angeles, California
445 South Figueroa Street, Suite 2950, 90071


Contact:  Timothy T. Williams, Jr.
www.ttwilliamspi.com
213-439-9026 Or Toll Free
ttwjrpi@aol.com
445 South Figueroa Street, Suite 2950
Los Angeles, California 90071

Contact:  Timothy T. Williams, Jr.
www.ttwilliamspi.com
213-439-9026
ttwjrpi@aol.com
Timothy T. Williams, Jr. is an over twenty-nine year retired Senior Detective Supervisor from the Los Angeles Police Department, last assigned to the elite Robbery-Homicide Division. Unlike some Police Procedure experts whose experience is often only on the supervisory/patrol levels, Mr. Williams' expertise draws upon actual experience in patrol, investigations, supervision and administration.
Information:  
Homicide Investigations,  Officer Involved Shootings,  Police Ethics,  Police Procedures,  Use of Excessive Force,  Wrongful Convictions, 


Timothy T. Williams, Jr. is an over twenty-nine year retired Senior Detective Supervisor from the Los Angeles Police Department, last assigned to the elite Robbery-Homicide Division. Unlike some Police Procedure experts whose experience is often only on the supervisory/patrol levels, Mr. Williams' expertise draws upon actual experience in patrol, investigations, supervision and administration.