Our specialists have extensive experience in numerous areas of law enforcement, personal security, and physical security and can tailor a training program to meet your needs. Our specialists are certified by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) and have served as adjunct instructors at FLETC, The International Law Enforcement Academy, the FBI Academy, and numerous state and local law enforcement academies.
We have designed and provided training and presentations to dozens of agencies and senior officials in North, Central, and South America; Europe; Asia; and Africa. These training courses and presentations have covered a wide range of topics including Law Enforcement Techniques, Judicial Security, Court Security, Facility Security, Security Staffing, Witness Security, Protective Investigations, Protective Operations, and High Threat Trial Operations. These courses have been on the behalf of Department of Justice agencies, State Department agencies, and numerous international, state, and local agencies.
Additionally, Mr. Galgon is a former Adminstrator of the USMS National Center for Judicial Security (NCJS). The goal of the NCJS is to provide educational, operational, and technical functionality to its customers, which include; municipal, city, county, state, federal, and international jurisdictions, in the areas of security operations of their respective court systems and the protection of members of the judiciary and extended court family.
Our specialists are internationally recognized subject matter experts in the aforementioned areas and can work with you to devise a training strategy to address your requirements.
Securekeep's Court Security Officer and Court Security Management Training was certified by the Maryland Police Training Commission, the certifying organization that ensures the quality of the law enforcement and correctional services throughout the establishment and enforcement of standards. The certifications mean that Securekeep's training meets the high standards set forth by the State of Maryland and that the training may be used to satisfy the State requirements for basic and in-service training.