MR. BREWER has over thirty years of professional managerial and leadership experience in the field of Criminal Justice; fifteen (15) years as Chief of Police (3 states)- U.S. Congressional and State Senate and House, honors for:
“…bravery and salient actions; quick and unflinching response, and exemplary citizenship he has manifested in going above and beyond the call of duty to assure the safety of others.”
Partial list of published locations::
The Houston Chronicle; San Diego Tribune; The Miami Herald; Dallas Morning News; The Chattanooga Times; The Austin Statesman; The Sacramento Bee; The Arizona Daily Star; The Taiwan News; Argentina Star; Palm Springs Desert Sun; The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; The Birmingham Star; The Paris Guardian; Maine Sunday Telegram; The Havana Journal; Fort Worth Star Telegram; Watertown New York Daily; The Augusta Chronicle;
The Bogota Post; The Providence Journal; Monterrey County Herald; Primeiro Tempo Brasil; Honduras Weekly; The Salt Lake Tribune; The London Mercury.
Mr. Brewer is a U.S. Government-trained counterterrorism specialist and senior trainer,with extensive operational activity in Latin America and the Middle East as an intelligence community operative. Fluency in Spanish (Castilian).
He has served as Consultant and Court certified Expert Witness in Police Management/Leadership; Police Liability/Use of Force; Police Procedures; Major Case/Criminal Investigation Management; Death/Homicide/Cold Case; and Intelligence issues. In addition, service as Practitioner/Senior Trainer- Surveillance Detection; Countersurveillance; Counterterrorism; Site/Route Analysis; Threat Assessment/Analysis; Operational Security (OPSEC); Force Protection; Counter-Criminal Operations; Narcoterrorism; and counter-espionage/tradecraft issues.
Mr. Brewer and his associates have served in such locations such as Sarajevo, Bosnia; Amman, Jordan; Athens, Greece; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Khartoum, Sudan; and Tokyo, Japan, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Israel; Beirut, Lebanon; Kuwait; Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt; Karachi, Peshawar, Islamabad and Lahore, Pakistan; Pristina, Kosovo; Jakarta, Indonesia; Ulaan Bator, Mongolia; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Abuja, Nigeria; Niamey, Niger; Rwanda and Burundi; Bahrain; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Caracas, Venezuela; La Paz, Bolivia; and many cities in Mexico.
MAJOR MEDIA INTERVIEWS/APPEARANCES
The Today Show. NBC, with Matt Lauer. 03-2000.
The Early Show. CBS, with Bryant Gumbel. 03-2000
Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN). 04-2000
Univision/Telemundo. Spanish International Network. with Maria Celeste. 1993 (Cipriano Ramirez-Sanchez case/killing).
Covert Radio. http://www.covertradioshow.com/ and The Brett Winterble Show http://www.brettwinterble.com/, -with Brett Winterble. Los Angeles, CA 07-13-09, 08-03-09, 12-17-09, 02-09-10, 03-31-10, 05-26-10, 06-29-10, 08-17-10, 01-04-2011, 01/17/2011 (at KMJ Fresno, CA),
08/17/2011 (“Latin America Threats”) 09/17/2011 “Hugo Chavez regime.” 1/18/2012.
KMJ News Talk Radio in Fresno, CA 580 AM and 105.9 FM 01/17/2011
Roger Hedgecock Radio Show. http://rogerhedgecock.com/ Los Angeles, CA 03-18-10 “Mexico violence.”
The Terry Lowry Radio Show. KTEK am radio 1110, Houston, Texas. 08-24-05 http://www.thewhatsupradioprogram.com/audio/050824JB.mp3
Jorno do Brasil. (jbonline.terra.com.br/) Interview with international journalist Camila Areas. 08-17-08
The John Dayl Radio Show. KFNX am radio 1100, Phoenix, Arizona. 08-12-05 and 09-08-05.
“Good Day,” with Rebecca Randall. Orlando FOX affiliate. Various appearances 1991 and 1992.
Identification of trends, capabilities, intentions, and tactics/strategies; based on threat indicators, involving hostile force(s) insurgents/groups, gangs, organized crime and other international adversaries within Latin America and elsewhere. U.S. Border vulnerabilities.
Within a situational awareness environment, issues involving domestic and international law enforcement transition into confronting narcoterrorism and superior armament/tactics are explored and discussed. As well, a close look at the perspectives in applying a new and advanced law enforcement role in countering intelligence-applied tradecraft issues are exposed and introduced. The investigative direction and interdiction of criminal insurgent narcoterrorist groups throughout the northern cone of Central America, as well as the southern cone of South America and the “Tri-Border area of Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil, are explained to understand the potential critical threat to the U.S. border and neighboring nations.
CONTACT INFORMATION AND FURTHER INQUIRY:
Criminal Justice International Associates
northern Virginia 703.268.4453
Attn: Jerry Brewer, CEO
Electronic mail: jbrewer@cjiausa.US
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