Professor Robert Brzenchek (Naval Intelligence/Police Officer)

ROBERT M. BRZENCHEK, Ph.D. Candidate Robert M. Brzenchek, is an Expert Witness and consultant and
his services can be found at www.robertbrzenchek. com. He is a member of the Florida Coast Guard
Auxiliary, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Subject Matter Expert (SME), and a consultant/SME
for the International Association of Chiefs of Police. He is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Public Service
Leadership and Criminal Justice at Capella University and holds a Masters in Strategic Intelligence and
Terrorism from the American Military University. Mr.Brzenchek has held academic positions and has
taught courses in criminal justice, emergency management, unmanned aerial vehicles, and areas within
the intelligence community. He has conducted research for varied public and private sectors for over a
decade. He pioneered with Michael Penders the International ISO 27k standard development and use of
innovative techniques and alternatives to traditional risk assessments. Mr. Brzenchek’s career as a law
enforcement officer, military member in the intelligence community, emergency management specialist
at both the state and federal levels, UAV instructor, and higher education administrator affords him a
unique perspective in the development of policy and procedure. In the public sector, Mr. Brzenchek
worked with dozens of national agencies, governments, and international organizations in the use of
advanced technologies and information sharing to detect violations of international laws. In the private
sector, Mr. Brzenchek has worked with organizations as diverse as DHS, DOD, major corporations, ports,
and public utilities on security matters, risk management, policy, and technologies. There are very few
individuals in the U.S. that can conduct ISO 27k risk assessments that Mr. Brzenchek has performed. In
2016, Mr. Brzenchek was invited to conduct a gang situational awareness presentation to International
Fellows at the National Defense University in Washington, DC. In addition, Mr. Brzenchek was invited to
conduct a Social and Cultural Awareness (Gangs) presentation for the Marines 3D Civil Affairs Group at
Naval Station Great Lakes, Illinois. Mr. Brzenchek has published many articles on emergency
management, threat assessments, gangs, and homeland/international security. Mr. Brzenchek has coauthored
a book entitled: The Gang Life: Laugh Now Cry Later: Suppression and Prevention published by
CRC Press Taylor and Francis. Mr. Brzenchek is a member of many professional associations including
the OSS Society, Navy League of the United States, American Society of Criminology, Infragard, Masonic
Lodge #591, and FOP Lodge #5. Mr. Brzenchek sat on the international group of experts on the ASIS
Investigative Technical Committee to advance the development of the standard for integrated Security
Management Systems (SMS). He serves as a Board Member for SERAPH and as a Chair for the HLS/Cyber
Group for the Congressionally mandated Strengthening the Mid-Atlantic Region for Tomorrow (SMART).
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