Mark Meredith,

Mark Meredith

Police Practices, Premises Security & Drug Recognition Expert

Mark Meredith has a diverse background in law enforcement and security spanning more than twenty-five years. Throughout his career, Mark has worked with police agencies, the Department of Homeland Security, tribal governments, and school districts. As an expert at Robson Forensic, he applies his expertise to forensic casework involving police practices, premises security, and liquor liability disputes.

The diversity of Mark’s policing assignments provides firsthand experience relevant to a wide range of agencies, issues, and environments. Throughout his career, Mark has held positions as Federal Task Force Officer, Narcotics Detective, Mobile Field Force and Police Agent, School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer, Bike Patrol Instructor and Officer, Psychological Emergency Response Team Officer, Patrol Officer, and Tribal Gaming Officer. His expertise covers an array of issues including hiring and training practices, patrol and surveillance, incident response, pursuits, use of force, and drug recognition. Mark has additional expertise in contracted security, drug and alcohol investigations, officer body-worn cameras, undercover policing, emergency operations, and less-lethal weapons.

Mark has previously qualified as a drug recognition expert witness in state and federal court for under the influence, narcotics sales, possession, and distribution. He earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice Management from Union Institute and University and is a graduate of both the Undercover Operatives School at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and the Narcotics Investigations School with the Drug Enforcement Agency. He has completed over 300 hours of specialized education in drug abuse recognition and has obtained certifications from many federal agencies, including the Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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