Minnesota Inadequate/Negligent Security Expert Witnesses

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Ken Wheatley MA, CPP (Royal Security Group LLC)
Premises Liability/Negligent Security Expert. Security Management Consultant - serving U.S. and international clients. As an FBI Special Agent, I worked in the areas of Foreign Counterintelligence, Fugitives, and ViCAP (Violent Criminal Apprehensions).... Learn More ›

Michael J. Canaan, CPP (Trident Investigative Service, Inc.)
Michael J. Canaan, CPP, is a Security Premises Liability Expert Witness with over 45 years of experience in military and civil law enforcement, and corporate and private sector security and investigative positions. Assessments and evaluations have... Learn More ›

Michael S. D'Angelo, CPP, CSC, CHPA (Secure Direction Consulting, LLC)
Highly credentialed, Board Certfied in Security Management, Security Consulting, and Healthcare Security Management. Michael S. D’Angelo, CPP, CSC, CHPA is the Principal and Lead Consultant of Secure Direction Consulting, LLC. He provides forensic... Learn More ›

Scott A. DeFoe (On-Scene Consulting Group, LLC)
Retired Sergeant II+1 Los Angeles Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT). I worked numerous assignments during my 29-year law enforcement career to include: SWAT, K9, Vice, Narcotics, Jail Operations, Internal Affairs, Gangs, Crisis Negotiation... Learn More ›

Jane K Gray, Ph.D. (Jane Gray Associates )
http://www.janegrayphd.com Dr. Jane Gray is a premises liability expert specializing in assessing foreseeability in events involving violent criminal conduct by third parties. She also provides expert witness testimony with regard to negligent hiring... Learn More ›
Robson Forensic, Inc.
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Robson Forensic is a national leader in expert witness consulting, providing technical expertise across many fields within engineering, architecture, science, and a broad range of specialty disciplines. We...
John Hassard, M.S.C., LPC, CFE, CPP (Robson Forensic)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: John Hassard, M.SC., LPC, CFE, CPP Loss Prevention & Security Expert John Hassard is a security expert with over 30 years of experience in retail loss prevention and premises security. He applies his...
Michael Gerard (Robson Forensic)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Michael Gerard Police Practices & Premises Security Expert Michael Gerard is an expert in Police Practices and Premises Security with 25 years of professional experience in law enforcement. Mike’s...
Consolidated Consultants
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Consolidated Consultants (CCc) continues to deliver high quality expert witness and medical expert witness referrals nationwide since 1995. CCc is the only referral service where you can view the full,...
Michael Pearl (Robson Forensic, Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Michael Pearl Police Practices & Premises Security Expert Michael Pearl is a premises security and police practices expert with more than two decades of professional experience. As an expert at Robson...
Inadequate/Negligent Security FAQs

What is an inadequate/negligent security expert witness?

An inadequate/negligent security expert witness is someone who can testify about the appropriate level of security at a particular location. This might include testifying about the lack of security guards, lack of security cameras, or poor lighting in an area where a crime took place.

What is the role of an inadequate/negligent security expert witness?

The role of an inadequate/negligent security expert witness is to evaluate and testify about whether reasonable security measures were in place to prevent harm or injury.

How much can a person make as an inadequate/negligent security expert witness?

Inadequate/negligent security expert witnesses can earn anywhere from $175 to $450 or more per hour, depending on the case. Experts usually receive compensation for travel time, and more for deposition and trial testimony.

What are the qualifications of an inadequate/negligent security expert witness?

An inadequate/negligent security expert witness should have experience in security liability, premises liability, and security negligence.

In legal proceedings, how is evidence gathered by an inadequate/negligent security expert witness?

Inadequate/negligent security expert witnesses may gather evidence through employee records, interviews, deposition transcripts, site inspections, safety records, and safety manuals.

What type of cases might require opinions from an inadequate/negligent security expert witness?

Cases involving crimes committed on a property with inadequate security measures, such as assaults, robberies, or burglaries, may require opinions from an inadequate/negligent security expert witness.