Thursday, December 18, 2014

Program Manager of Criminal Justice Studies, Bob Brzenchek, Recently Appointed to Board of Directors for SERAPH

I’m excited to share the news that I’ve recently been appointed to the Board of Directors for SERAPH. SERAPH is a specialized consulting and training firm that provides legal, liability, and security problem solving for the education, business, legal, law enforcement and government communities.

The firm consists of several high-level professionals from many diverse areas such as education, domestic law enforcement, military and intelligence organizations and has an active seven -person Board of Directors. All executives at the firm have various types of federal security clearances.

From the beginning, I’ve been intrigued by their work and was eager to get involved. With my subject matter expertise in law enforcement, emergency management, intelligence, and education, I felt that a position within SERAPH would allow me to remain viable in the industry and stay on top of the latest trends. 

Peirce College’s Criminal Justice program will continue to be bolstered by SERAPH members’ level of expertise and colleague base. SERAPH members are Peirce Advisory Board members, guest speakers, and act as critical industry sounding boards for the college.  

A particular project that I am excited to collaborate with SERAPH on is their training program entitled “The School Safety Assessment Certification Program” which provides schools with federal level training to assist in securing Special Education. The program trains and certifies school based personnel to audit their safety, emergency management and Special Education systems – known by the U.S. Department of Education as a Climate Assessment. In addition, I’m also looking forward to assessing an upcoming project titled “The 6 Failures – Sandy Hook Lessons Learned.”

To learn more about SERAPH and the work they’re doing, feel free to visit their site.