Category Archives: L.A. Investigations

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cheating spouse

Cheating Spouses is it worth it?

If you want to catch your spouse who you suspect is cheating on you, there are some questions you might want to ask yourself first.  The first, is are you sure you want to spend the money hiring a private investigator? I think the next question is, if you’re going to get a divorce anyway, why would it matter?  Well, whilst these are common questions please still want to know for a peace of mind and will not stop until they know the truth.  I am guessing people will go to great extremes to retaliate against there spouse at whatever cost even if it means breaking the law. You have to keep in mind we’re all human so sometimes we may not use good judgement.  If you’re in this same situation please give us a call so we can talk to you and help guide you in the right direction.

A lot of times people will over think things and once they call we offer a helpline which generally is often praised.  We all have to co-exist and we will work with you to help you gain the information you need or answer all the questions built up in your mind. At the end of the day, nothing will really change unless you take the step to make the necessary changes in life.  We certainly understand most people believe it is their dirty laundry and do not want to air it our in the public, however, we keep everything confidential and would speak to you directly. When it comes to cheating spouses we’ve ran into all kinds of circumstances and sometimes it may not be as bad as you think.  As human beings we tend to over sensationalize things in our minds.  Do  yourself a favor and give us a call so we can help you today.

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D.M.V. Investigations

D.M.V. Investigations can be complex, if you’re in need of someone to assist you with your business affairs please give us a call.  D.M.V. Investigators regularly receive complaints from consumers especially when it comes to car dealerships or people with dealer licenses.  The D.M.V. is a regulatory agency governed by the state and D.M.V. Investigators do have peace officer status are able to conduct criminal investigations.  If you’re the subject of a D.M.V. investigation and need help please call us right away.  We work with retired D.M.V. investigators and know all the tricks of the trade.  Moreover, most of the time the criminal charges change to civil as there is a fine line distinction between criminal and civil law.  Criminal law is elemental and civil is conceptual.  Most D.M.V. investigations hinge on civil and we can help you with whatever allegations are brought forward.

Remember, we cannot read your mind, you will have to call us and let us know what is going on.  Most of the time these investigations involve a flooring company who basically hold car dealers hostage but we know how to handle them and most likely get you out of what you’ve gotten yourself into.  Do not wait, we have attorney’s who will help you find the answer you’re looking for.  Please consult an attorney before making any statements to a D.M.V. investigator, remember they’re not your friend, they’re there to conduct investigation.  Any statement you make may be used against you and certainly not for you.  Yes, D.M.V. investigators are generally nice people, however they’re in the business of being nice in order to get what they want from  you.  We know, we work with them regularly. Please give us a call if you have any questions.

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Celebrity Investigator

Investigations.Buzz reports: Celebrity investigator moves to the top of the food chain in our company when it comes to assisting our high-end clients. We extend an olive branch and warm welcome to any and all celebrities who are vehemently looking for confidentiality.  We can be very secretive and will shield our clients in every way possible and always have our clients objectives in mind.  Our long list of clients include many celebrities and their attorneys, from actors to producers.  Our position, is to be good listeners and assist our clients in every way possible.  We are not looking for fame, we’ve  had our 15 minutes of fame long ago, we’re here to assist celebrities behind the scenes to make sure they get the assistance they need.

We have experience in the film industry, working celebrity protection for celebrities at the Golden Globe Awards, working the red carpet as armed body guards in plain clothes for celebrities.  As peace officers, we have worked celebrity protection on film sets such as: “Three for the Road” with actors such as “Charlie Sheen and Kerri Green” in Hot Springs, Arkansas.  Another one that comes to mind is the movie “Mirage” starring “James Edward Olmos and Sean Young” which was filmed on set in the City of Coachella, CA.  Let’s not forget the blockbuster movie, “Bugsy” starring “Warren Beatty and Annette Bening” filmed in the City of Coachella.  With many more under our belt we also have a long list of celebrities we have encountered, but we will keep those names quiet since we offer confidential retainers.

A celebrity investigator is a prestigious position which we cherish and take great pride in holding dear to our hearts. It is important to us to set you stress free and help you with all of your investigative needs. Investigations.Buzz is here to take your calls and it is true we are vying for your business and will do whatever it takes to prove ourselves to you.  We help out with domestic violence issues, dissolution of marriage, harassment, cyber bullying, assault & battery cases, D.U.I., drug cases, and many others.  One of our specialties is, “damage control” where we minimize the damage or keep celebrities out of the lime light.  Meaning, you might be quite surprised what we come up with to throw off the paparazzi and keep them from following you.  So, if you’re looking for some great celebrity investigators we can help you in a wide variety of ways from using tactical maneuvers to throw off the paparazzi to finding key witnesses to help your case.

I might also mention sometimes people may think there is nothing anyone can do for them because they were caught red handed with their hand in the cookie jar but that is far from the truth, remember many hands may have been in that same cookie jar before yours…allow us to investigate and find out whose hands were in that cookie jar!  This is what we do!  For another example check this out, a lot of district attorneys in trial will use this analogy to present to the jury:

If the mother of a 5 year old boy,  bakes a chocolate cake and leaves it on the kitchen table…..then comes back later and finds her 5 year old boy with chocolate all over his face one would think for sure the boy dipped into the chocolate cake, thus, the district attorney makes their case based on “circumstantial evidence.”  Well, we come in and say yup we agree the boy did in fact have chocolate on his face, but not because he dipped into the chocolate cake, but rather he licked the spoon which was left by the mother sitting in the Betty Crocker frosting can on the counter.  Cased dismissed!

If you need an attorney, we have many seasoned attorneys who are real and will help you with your case.  Would you like to have an attorney from out of the area in where people do not know you?  Well, we have a list of them whom we work with regularly and let me tell you they are very friendly and brilliant at what they do.  So, please do not stress out over things, just give us a call and we will help set you stress free.  Do you have a substance abuse or alcohol related issue?  We are super good in this area and can help you in so many ways you would not have dreamed of.  We pretty much know all the tricks of the trade as we have worked narcotics from the street peddler to the cartel, so we can help, all you have to do is call us.  The reason I keep mentioning for you to call is we cannot help you if we don’t hear from you.  So then, the first step is to make the call and let us help you.  Remember, we’re not here to judge you, we’re here to help you conquer the demon that is stressing you.

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Phoenix Cop Murdered, Second Cop Wounded

Phoenix cop murdered, second cop wounded in a shootout with a violent felon during an undercover operation.  A Phoenix Police Officer, returned fire killing the suspect dead!  One officer has succumbed to his injuries and the other is listed in critical condition.  At the time of this article, it is unclear what the officers were investigating or what spurned the shooting other than the suspect was running on foot in an alley way when he turned on two plainclothes officers and started shooting.  The officer returned fire with one officer blasting the suspect out of his shoes where he fell dead in the alley.  The names of the officers have not been released as of yet.  Our prayers are with the officers involved and for their families and the Phoenix Police Department.  Please see the videos the Phoenix Police Department has provided.

Please remember to wear your vest and always be ready locked and loaded for such incidents!  Life on the street today in the year 2014 is tougher than ever and you must be in good physical condition and ready for the threat of life or death every second of the day during your tour of service.  Lastly, never chase a suspect on foot alone…always have a partner there with you for back up.  We realize this is not always possible but if it is then wait for the back up and do it together…those people are always there to catch…they can’t help committing crimes and showing their faces every time you turn around… in other words…you will catch them later…under better circumstances…

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Orange County Bail Bonds

Global Positioning System

GPS: A Promising Solution that Fails To Protect and Serve the Public
Technological advancements have made tracking devices more effective and increased the ability to locate someone. These features led to the adoption of GPS tracking devices as part of the realignment plan initiated by the Californian Governor and took effect in October 2011. In a move to reduce overcrowding in state and county prisons, accused persons and paroled ones deemed to be non violent are required to have a GPS tracking device on them and are given strict regulations which incur penalties if violated. As far as reducing the number of people in prisons is concerned, the use of GPS tracking devices is effective. However, in terms of ensuring public security and preventing violations of regulations set for pre trials and pre releases it fails. First, there are no deterring penalties. Prior to the realignment plan, those who defaulted set regulations faced a year in state prison, this term has been reduced to just three months. On top of that many may be released earlier as a result of overcrowding. This factor further augments other failings of the GPS (Global Positioning System) tracking device. Here are reasons why GPS device is not suitable for pre-trials and pre-releases.

GPS Devices Does Not Stop Crime
Assuming a GPS device was effective as it should be, the most it would do is track the individual. It can tell the location of someone but cannot say if the person is committing a crime or not. This poses a risk on public security where released accused persons and paroled criminals can go on committing crimes within the vicinity or areas they are allowed by the regulations.

Insufficient Observation
The number of people with tracking devices and the geographical region they cover makes it a challenge for those watching over the individuals. Unless the people have a specific interest over the person being tracked, all hour round observation for every individual is not possible.

GPS Tracking Devices Can Be Removed
The number of individuals tampering and removing the global positioning system (GPS) trackers has increased at an alarming rate. Recent cases of crimes being committed by paroled and people released at pre trials have become rampant in California and many other states. Not only is the general public in danger but also the potential witnesses and former victims of the accused persons and criminals.The GPS tracking is clearly not effective in its main role to ensure appearance and protect public safety. There are too many things that can go wrong with GPS tracking to rely on it as an effective pre-release solution. On the other hand, the use of commercial bail bonds has consistently proven to be one of the most successful means of pre-trial release in use by 47 out of 50 states in the US. Furthermore, bail bonds does not cost the taxpayer one cent of public funds and keeps our streets safe by relying on financial and family-based incentives to keep someone charged with a crime accountable in a court of law. Orange County Bail Bonds has been providing bail bond services to the citizens of California for the past 50 years. If you or a loved one is in need of professional bail bonds, don’t hesitate to contact us or visit our site for more information.

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Sheriff Baca Resigns

Los Angeles County Sheriff Baca told news reporters he is throwing in the towel Tuesday, January 7, 2014.  Sheriff Baca 71, is giving up his post as Sheriff of Los Angeles County in the midst of a widespread corruption scandal inside one of his own jails.  Why would Sheriff Baca abandon his post now?  Well, we are shocked he would bail on his department when they need him the most during troubling times when at least 18 of his deputies were recently charged with various crimes mostly by federal authorities.  It would seem most of the charges levied against the 18 deputies are pretty weak and will likely cost the fine citizens of Los Angeles County millions in pay out settlements in the end.  Bob Olmstead an aggressive forerunner for the position of Sheriff has been outspoken about corruption within the jail system. Now then, I interviewed Bob Olmstead a few months ago and it was agreed if a deputy as an example violates policy and or any law he/she should be dealt with accordingly.  While I thought this is a fair assessment, Bob related he is for fairness and each case should be looked at on an individual basis.  However, it was also agreed, that if a deputy commits a minor violation the discipline should fit and be assessed as progressive discipline.

Again, a fair assessment by Bob and a good one at that!  Here is the problem as I see it, it appears Sheriff Baca has imposed harsh discipline upon jail deputies including termination when it is unwarranted.  Why, because he buckled under pressure to do something…and his something is wrong….This my friends is very wrong as every deputy should be treated fairly under due process of law, specifically under AB 301, the Officers Bill of Rights! We are familiar with at least one wrongful termination in where the deputy was terminated without cause and it looks as though the deputy is soon to be reinstated and it will cost the county an exorbitant amount of money.  So there is no mistaken, Bob is talking about corruption such as assault and or battery under the color of authority or some serious violation…not a deputy taking to long of a lunch period or a deputy leaving off shift 15 minutes early.  Bob is speaking of real corruption in where the current administration has failed to act.  As it looks, Sheriff Baca has succumbed to political pressure to resign immediately.  Bob Olmstead, former Commander is seeking election as the new Los Angeles County Sheriff and is said to be the frontrunner as we speak.  We indorse Bob Olmstead, a leader with the foresight to report corruption and not afraid to speak out for the rights of others.  Bob is a cops cop and he is what we call real!  A real cop who will shine as Los Angeles County Sheriff, for all the people, no matter their race or religion.  Furthermore, Bob is not only a leader but an innovator  with great insight into the county and its vision to succeed.  We will probably never know why Sheriff Baca threw in the towel and abandoned his department so suddenly, however, what we do know is Bob Olmstead has long taken the stance he will gladly accept the position and take command as Sheriff.  Los Angeles County citizenry does not need a quitter, they need a winner like Bob Olmstead who is a stand up, badge carrying, gun carrying real Sheriff who will protect us from all evil.

Kevin Faler, C.E.O.


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Citizens Complaint

Citizens complaint forms are available upon request at any law enforcement agency within the State of California and most other states as well.  Unfortunately, there are times when the citizenry will file complaints for a wide number of reasons.  Most law enforcement agencies say they welcome personnel complaints but realistically they do not like them and often times attempt to conceal and or discourage citizens from filing written complaints.  A lot of times even if the citizen does file a written complaint, those complaints will sometimes not make it to their destination and or are intentionally disposed of.  Part of the problem with not filing a complaint is the fact the officer will most likely keep doing whatever it was from the onset of things and will not change his/her ways.  Now then, if the complaint is not properly documented then it will be difficult later to understand or discuss the matter in an administrative setting.  We constantly receive calls from citizens who make allegations of wrong doing by the police.  Peace Officers in the State of California are heavily protected as they should be, however, there have been many instances the officer was held to answer and or disciplined and in some cases outright fired.

If you need assistance on how to properly file a complaint and or need something investigated call us first, we have vast experience in dealing with law enforcement and their administration counterparts.  Moreover, we were once police administrators and surely know what to do if you need to lodge a complaint.  The complaint must be valid before we will get involved.  Meaning, any allegations in where a complaint is to be filed, it will have to be reviewed by us prior to making such a complaint. Please email us and or call us immediately so we can go over things and discuss your chances of having the complaint sustained. Remember, we are searching for the truth of the matter and to be objective versus subjective.  Most deputy sheriffs and or police officers are professional in all that they do, however, there are a small percentage who seem to believe they are above the law.  “Nobody is above the law!”

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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence, has evolved over the years as it relates to the term itself and the law as well.  The domestic violence laws in the State of California date back to the late 70’s but mostly went into affect in the 90’s. Most police agencies jumped on the fact they could charge people with a felony as long as the elements matched, “traumatic injury.”  This gave the police authority to make arbitrary decisions with little question.  Well, over time what has happened is…. police officers are arresting off duty police officers for the felonious charge of domestic violence mostly because they are mandated to write a report of the incident, therefore, they believe if they have to write a report they can get a felony stat behind it as well.  Well, this poor way of thinking has ruined many officers careers especially if they get convicted. Most cases involving off duty police officers, do not rise to the level of an arrest….example…the male half leaving out the door and the female half jumps in the way of the threshold of the door and the male half has to squeeze by….and just because the male half physically brushed up against the female half… DOES NOT CONSTITUTE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

We have defended many off duty officers and have so far won all of our cases.  What happens is the spouse or co-inhabitant girlfriend/boyfriend will later decide they no longer want to prosecute but what happens is the over zealous district attorney will say….no and that the state will take up the charges regardless if the victim refuses to prosecute or testify.  Let me tell you that is a big bluff, a jury really doesn’t care if the district attorney files the charge, if they do not see a victim in court willing to testify…the case gets dismissed.  Do not allow any police officer convince you the state will take up charges or any district attorney for that matter.  They are bluffing, and in the end you will see the jury will not convict if there is no physical victim in court to give their side of the story.  Most district attorneys know this and will not take the case to trial in fear they will lose, and generally speaking they do.  Take a look at some of the statistical data below.

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) says 196,880 incidents of domestic
violence were reported to local law enforcement agencies in 2000. Between 1990 and
2000, statewide arrests for Penal Code section 273.5 (corporal injury on a spouse or
cohabitant) increased 17 percent, from 43,760 to 51,225. Many cases are dismissed
due to victims who refuse to testify, or were untruthful from the onset.

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Police Defense

Police defense, is something we take pride in and give 100% attention to in all cases. If you are a peace officer, police officer, deputy sheriff, correctional officer please give us a shot, we have been successful in helping many officers with progressive discipline issues, wrongful termination along with other issues such as filing grievances or complaints. We have tremendous talent in the field of internal affair investigations and are not afraid to go up against the most aggressive investigators within any agency. Our talent is derived from major education and on the job training as internal affair investigators. Most agencies have union lawyers which the officer relies on  heavily to win their case but truth be told most union defense lawyers were not officers themselves and lack the inside scoop of how to truly win your case.  We have assisted police union lawyers and have had excellent success, so if you have an attorney you might want to tell him/her you would like to have an investigator on your case.

Please remember, it is not like hiring one of your buddies to help you on your case, you need a professional who knows the ins-and-outs of these types of investigations.  Meaning, understanding the law as it pertains to your case and what the district attorney, administration and or an arbitrator will be looking for in your individual case.  If anything at all, please do not give any statements to anyone until you call us, let your pride down and call us, we are your friends…we will help you.  We truly want to help you be stress free…no matter what the allegation/s are.  We were or are cops…we know what to do…let us help you.  It all starts with you making the call, we will answer 24/7 and it will not cost you anything other than your valuable time. Yes, we are in the business to profit and yes we are expensive but let me tell you we are in it to win it.  We have major resources across Southern California, we know judges, D.A.’s, Defense Attorneys, Civil Attorneys, governmental employee’s and many others who are willing to help you.

If you have not been interviewed yet please call us first, do not give a statement until you speak to us first. Assert your AB301 rights and demand your union representative…..and if your reps are weak…demand your lawyer.  If you do not have a lawyer, call us we have attorneys willing and ready to take your case. We do not care if you have been ordered not to talk about your case, call us we can represent you. Remember, even if you believe it is a lost cause or they have overwhelming evidence…you could be wrong here…we have won many which most cops would say…. “Wow!” “Completely amazing!”


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Olmstead vs. Baca

Bob Olmstead vs. Leroy Baca is the headliner for the upcoming fight night election for the prestigious position of Los Angeles County Sheriff.  Bob Olmstead, retired Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Commander with 32 honorable years comes out swinging from a ground fighter Deputy to a heavyweight Commander candidate for Sheriff.”[more…]”   Whilst his incumbent, Sheriff Leroy Baca takes up a defensive position in the corner of the rink slapping aimlessly at allegations of mismanagement, corruption and racial tension within the Los Angeles County Mens Central Jail. In an exclusive interview with Bob Olmstead, he vowed to take the department to a new level offering, “A change in leadership!” According to Bob Olmstead the department is in dire need of new leadership in order to restore the confidence of the deputies and take the department into a new innovative way of doing police work through the trust of the people of Los Angeles and beyond.

He explained the men & women of the department work very hard and are diligent at serving the citizenry of the County of Los Angeles and they deserve the respect of a good leader who can bring much needed change. His determination was evident by his tone of confidence and willingness to fight for his deputies of whom he fought along side for… 32 years as a deputy. When asked about the jail fiasco his response was with great sadness and he chalked it up to a failed administration lacking leadership skills and the ability to manage efficiently and effectively.  He said it is time for a change and 16 years of doing it the Baca way isn’t working.  In speaking with Bob, I told him Sheriff Baca is ultimately responsible for his failure to command and lead the department.  Moreover, it is Sheriff Baca who is responsible to the citizenry of the County of Los Angeles for the implication of poor management. Although, Sheriff Baca has done well in past years making many friends and colleagues there becomes a time in life where you meet a cornerstone in life and realize it is time to retire.  I told Bob, I didn’t believe Paul Tanaka, retired Under L.A. Sheriff who is also in the running doesn’t  have much of a chance of even surviving half way through the race, so there was not much to chat about or him being much of any competition….Lastly I am proud to announce, Investigations.LA  publicly endorse Bob Olmstead for Sheriff of Los Angeles County!

Moving on, let;s take a look at Bob’s biography shall we?

By Kevin Faler, Retired Corporal, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department


Having taught criminal justice, earned advanced degrees and worked in nearly every corner of the Sheriff’s department for over 33 years, Bob Olmsted has the experience to lead. See below for a snapshot of Bob’s varied experience in law enforcement.

Commander, Custody Headquarters

Duties: Supervisory oversight of three separate jails totaling approximately 15,000 inmates (male and female) ranging from high profile murder suspects to small scale misdemeanors. Oversight included budgetary concerns, safe housing, mental and medical health considerations, security of inmates and personnel, and all related training and education.

Captain, Men’s Central Jail

Duties: Supervisory oversight of the single largest jail in California known for housing some of the most notorious and notable inmates from this State. Jail population averaged approximately 5,500 inmates and the responsibilities included safe and secure housing, feeding, transportation concerns, mental and medical considerations, visiting protocols, inmate disciplinary issues, and educational and religious opportunities.

Captain, Commercial Crimes Bureau

Duties: Supervisory oversight of an investigative unit that examined a variety of fraudulent activities that included; Real Estate fraud, Elder Fiduciary fraud, Identity Theft, Computer Crimes, and other significant major fraud cases.

Lieutenant, assignments included:

Commercial Crimes, Operation’s Lieutenant
Lomita Station, Patrol, Watch Commander
Deputy Leadership Institute, Training Bureau, Director of Leadership
Lennox Station, Patrol, Operation’s Lieutenant
Carson Station, Patrol, Watch Commander
Food Services Unit, Custody, Unit Commander
Century Regional Detention Facility, Custody, Watch Commander

Sergeant, assignments included:

Detective Division, Chief’s Aide
Narcotics Bureau, Detective Division, crew sergeant
Office of the Undersheriff, Executive Aide and legislative analyst
Sheriff’s Headquarters’ Bureau, Media Liaison, print and television
Lomita Station, Patrol

Deputy, assignments included:

Training Bureau, Advanced Officer’s Training
Firestone Station, Detective, robbery and assaults
Firestone Station, Patrol
Inmate Reception Center, Custody
Men’s Central Jail, Custody Division
Sheriff’s Academy

Military Experience

US Army 1970 to 1972

  • Republic of Viet Nam Service Medal
  • Viet Nam Service Medal
  • Good Conduct Medal
  • Presidential Unit Ribbon

US Coast Guard Reserve 1983 – 1985

Due to Bob Olmsted’s exemplary leadership as a law enforcement officer,
he has earned numerous awards and distinctions.

Commendations and Awards

  • Exemplary Service Award, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department 2010
  • Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs (ALADS) Leadership Awards, presented for three consecutive years – 2006, 2007, 2008
  • The National Committee for the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), Patriotic Award, 2006
  • Peace Officer Standards and Training, Governor’s Award for Excellence, runner-up for the Individual Achievement Category, 2004
  • Leadership Award, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, 2003 Certificates and Licenses
  • Los Angeles County Learning Academy, Ethical Decision Making and Conduct in the Public Sector, 2006
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Executive Development Program, 2005
  • Franklin Covey, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, 2005
  • Josephson Institute of Ethics, Ethics in Law Enforcement, 2003
  • California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training
    – Management Certificate 1999
    – Supervisory Certificate 1988
    – Advanced Certificate 1984
    – Basic Certificate 1978
  • California Community Colleges, Instructor Credentials, 1987

Bob Olmsted has earned multiple academic distinctions preparing him
to serve as an effective law enforcement leader:

Master of Public Administration – 1989
California State University, Dominguez Hills

Bachelor of Science – 1980
California State University, Dominguez Hills
Major: Business Administration

Associate of Arts – 1975
El Camino College, Torrance
Major: English

Professional Education

  • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, Leadership Certificate, 2006
  • Senior Management Institute of Policing, Boston, Massachusetts, Executive Strategic Management Certificate, 2005
  • Los Angeles Police Departments, West Point Leadership Program, Leadership Certificate, 2002
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Quantico, Virginia, National Academy, 2001
  • Supervisory Leadership Institute, State of California, Leadership Certificate, 1992


Bob has taught criminal justice for over 20 years

El Camino College, Torrance California – 1988 to 2010
Adjunct Faculty, Courses taught:

·  A.J. 100 – Introduction to Administration of Justice

·  A.J. 111 – Criminal Investigations

·  A.J. 155 – Reserve Academy

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