Project Director, Homicide Assessment and Lead Tracking System (HALT), State of New York. Responsible for planning, development and implementation of first state-wide program to collect and analyze homicide data in order to identify data similarity and patterns of serial homicides and communicate information to appropriate law enforcement agencies. System turned over to New York State Police in April of 1987 for


 statewide administration. Project plans were incorporated into design for expansion to other serial and violent crime. Used as a model for twelve other state systems (Jan. 1986-April 1987)


Regional Manager Midwestern Region, PRC Public Management Services, Inc. Responsible for planning and delivery of consulting services in nine Midwestern states. Active in national marketing efforts. Reported to corporate headquarters. (1977)


Principal Consultant, PRC Public Management Services, Inc., San Francisco, California. Project management of consulting contracts with state and local governments. Active involvement with federal and international contracts. Activities included planning and analysis, curriculum development, operations research, organizational analysis and evaluation. (1974-1977)


Police Systems Specialist, City/County Police consolidation Project, Portland-Multnomah County. Oregon Member of three person staff responsible for planning and design of consolidated law enforcement organizational model. Responsible for supervision of consultants and police officers assigned to project, writing requests for proposals for organizational resource inventory and career system study, evaluation and selection of proposals, coordination and staff assistance to over twenty subcommittees and task forces, and research and writing of various project reports. (1973-1974)


Curriculum Planner, Program Coordination and Instructor, Police Training Institute, University of Illinois. Responsible for development and delivery of new police training curriculum for the State of Illinois. Member of the three-person team who developed and instructed in a fourteen-week performance-orientated basic training program offered on a modular basis with an integrated field-training program. Major developer and coordinator of two-week training officer program on a statewide basis. (1972-1973)


Coordinator of Law Enforcement Programs and Director of Police Academy, Northern Michigan University Responsible for multiple sources of state funds to coordinate training programs for upper peninsula of Michigan. Developed an Associates Degree in Law Enforcement for the University. (1971)


Police Management Specialist, System Science Development Corporation (1970-1971). Involved in preparation and implementation of management surveys, requirements analysis of information systems and resource allocation studies. Authored grant application (funded) for design of regional support services for nine police agencies in Muskegon, Michigan metropolitan area.