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DANIEL MCWILLIAMS

28 Duhaime Road Tel: 845-538-3115


New York, NY 10965 Email: dmacsrdb@gmail.com

PROFILE

Senior professional investigator with nearly 20 years of experience in risk management and law
enforcement investigations in the military, government, and private sectors. Adept at investigating,
designing and managing security programs to protect assets, personnel, and information from threats,
hazards, and unauthorized access. Skilled at developing and administering security policies and
procedures and collaborating with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies on information
sharing and training. Investigative expertise includes personnel, public safety, illicit narcotic activity,
resource management, fraud, training, emergency response, crime prevention and analysis, conflict
resolution, and surveillance. Dedicated to upholding the companies assets through investigative methods
deemed appropriate and consistent with company policy.

EXPERIENCE

SPRING VALLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT, Spring Valley, NY 1999 – 2009


Local agency responsible for crime prevention, investigation, and law enforcement
Special Investigations Unit Supervisor
Responsible for overseeing staffing and budgeting, creating policies and procedures for unit operations,
and utilizing crime prevention and investigative techniques to lower crime rates for breaking and entering,
motor vehicle accidents, causation, homicide, robbery, fire, fraud, and drug operations
 Managed a pilot program to combat violent crime that became a model for other state law
enforcement agencies after exceeding unit objectives for the prosecution of violent gang members,
offenders, and drug traffickers and infiltrating violent gangs to seize drug-related assets
 Created an effective communication pipeline between state and federal law enforcement agencies
 Supervised over 900 arrests, 100 search warrants, and testified in trials and to grand juries
 Established an asset forfeiture policy within the unit to allocate U.S. currency seized from criminal
activity to fund lawful enforcement operations to identify and thwart criminal activity
 Recognized by the U.S. Attorney of the Southern District of New York for leading a group of
investigators in a national murder for hire investigation, which was documented in law journals due to
the method of securing absolute evidence to prove intention to murder
 Invited by Pace Law School to lecture fourth year law students on judicial and fundamental
differences and practices as they pertain to current and historical federal and state constitutional laws
 Represented Rockland County as sworn liaison and criminal investigator to the U.S. Drug
Enforcement Administration, while seizing hundreds of thousands in U.S. currency and creating a
secondary approach to imposing harsher sentences for violent and repeat offenders
 Instructed new recruits from the Rockland Police Academy on ethics, physical fitness, and discipline
 Received awards for disarming fugitives, suspect apprehension, and establishing unit protocol for
seizing assets and operational security

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Corpus Christi TX 1997 – 1999


Federal executive department responsible for law enforcement and the administration of justice
Special Agent/Criminal Investigator, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
Responsible for conducting criminal investigations to prevent terrorism, reduce violent crime, and protect
the public, collaborating with other law enforcement agencies on information sharing, training, and
research, executing search warrants, communicating with informants, collecting evidence for prosecution,
and utilizing multiple surveillance methods
 Assisted the Secret Service in protecting former President George W. Bush and former Vice President
Richard Cheney
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 Contributed to the reduction in the number of violent crimes by using state-of-the-art technology to
assess threat levels and track violent criminals across state borders

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Newark, NJ 1996 – 1997


Cabinet department that protects the U.S. from terrorist attacks and responds to natural disasters
Special Agent/Physical Security Assessment Specialist, Federal Aviation Administration
Responsible for providing technical risk management expertise in air traffic safety and security for
airports and government facilities in the Northeast division, preparing policy statements, studies, and
position papers on technical security and risk reduction, and resolving complex security challenges using
established and new technologies and methods
 Headed the 1996 Gore Commission’s action plan for assessing and reporting security deficiencies at
the Newark and Philadelphia airports
 Identified a major security breach at Newark airport resulting from unauthorized access to aircraft and
surrounding areas and recommended to the government the implementation of a safer and
accountable standard identification program for airport personnel
 Played a major role in the implementation of a program mandating that airlines perform criminal
background checks on new civilian airline and airport employees
 Ensured airline and contractor compliance during the training and use of federally-funded security
systems used to identify explosive chemicals and weapons of mass destruction

U.S. MARINE CORP, Washington, DC 1991 – 1995


Branch of the U.S. military that provides force protection from the sea
Explosives Munitions Technician
Responsible for supervising teams in the audit, inspection, disassembly, destruction, and deployment of
air and ground explosives and confirming explosive compatibilities for in-flight operations to ensure
safety of pilot and crew during Desert Storm and Baltic conflicts
 Received Baltic Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Baltic/Arctic Service Ribbon,
Naval Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and Meritorious Mast Promotion

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, 1997


St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, NY

Investigation, Interview and Interrogation, 1997


Graduate Reed Institute, New York, NY

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