Kathryn Turman

Plank Member

Kathryn Turman served as the Assistant Director over the FBI Victim Services Division (VSD) from 2002 – 2020. Beginning with six employees in 2002, the FBI VSD expanded to include 300 victim specialists, terrorism victim services coordinators, child/adolescent forensic interviewers, child victim services specialists, an international hostage family engagement team, and operational psychologists.

Ms. Turman developed and led the FBI’s response to 9/11 victims and victims of more than 100 acts of terrorism outside the U.S. In 2005, she established a terrorism and mass violence Victim Services Response Team (VSRT) that has become an international model. The FBI VSRT responded to more than 35 terrorism and mass violence events across the U.S. during her tenure.

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Some of these events include:

Virginia Tech Shooting
Fort Hood Shooting
Tucson Shooting
American Civic Association Shooting
Sikh Temple Shooting, Oak Creek, WI
Boston Marathon Bombing
San Bernardino Shooting
Washington Navy Yard Shooting
Umpqua Community College Shooting
Charleston/Mother Emmanuel Church Shooting
Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting
Las Vegas Harvest Festival Shooting
Pittsburgh Tree of Life Shooting
Henry Pratt Company Shooting
Chabad Synagogue Shooting
Borderline Bar Shooting
Sutherland Springs Church Shooting
Santa Fe High School Shooting
Tribeca Truck Attack
Pulse Nightclub Shooting
Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting
Parkland High School Shooting
Virginia Beach Shooting
Dayton Shooting
El Paso Walmart Shooting

Prior to the joining the FBI, Ms. Turman served in the Department of Justice as Director of the Missing and Exploited Children’s Program, Chief of the Victim Witness Assistance Unit in the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, and Director of the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC). She began her public service career as an aide to the late Senator John Heinz.

As OVC Director, she was tasked by Attorney General Reno with developing a comprehensive plan to ensure that every family that lost loved ones in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am 103, regardless of nationality, were afforded opportunities to follow and participate in the Scottish trial of two Libyan intelligence agents held in the Netherlands. The unprecedented assistance included the first website created for victims to follow a trial, a secure broadcast of trial proceedings to sites in the United States and United Kingdom, assistance with travel to case briefings and the trial, and mental health counseling for families.

Ms. Turman served on national task forces and advisory committees including the Interagency Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, the National Commission on the Future of DNA Evidence, the National Forensic Science Commission, the Victim Services Committee for the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the White House Hostage Policy Review Team. She played a key role in establishing the Interagency Hostage Recover Fusion Cell and led the Hostage Family Engagement Team for the first year.

Ms. Turman received the Edmund J. Randolph Award, the highest honor provided by the Department of Justice, for her work with Pan Am 103/Lockerbie families. She received the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service, two National Crime Victims Service Awards, two National Intelligence Meritorious Citations, and is one of the few Federal employees to receive Presidential Rank Awards for both Meritorious and Distinguished Service.

Ms. Turman is retired and living in the Nashville area where she volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children and serves as a consultant on issues related to terrorism and mass violence victim response.

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Mike Harrigan

Mike Harrigan

Plank Member

Michael Harrigan retired from the FBI in 2018 after serving in various field offices, the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime at the Critical Incident Response Group, and the Quantico Training Division. His law enforcement career spanned 30 years, including with a local and military law enforcement agency.

Mr. Harrigan’s most recent FBI assignment was as the Chief of the FBI’s Firearms Training Unit, overseeing firearms training for over 13,000 armed FBI personnel. Additionally, he served on the FBI’s Shooting Incident Review Group where he reviewed all incidents of the use of deadly force and accidental firearm discharges by FBI and FBI-assigned personnel.

He has extensive experience in the violent crime investigative and analytical fields.  

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As the Chief of the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program, he led a staff of senior investigators and analysts who worked with law enforcement agencies on homicide, sexual assault, missing persons, and unidentified human remains cases.

He launched a national publicity and outreach campaign examining cases of victims and perpetrators associated with movement via the interstate highway system. He also led the development and deployment of the ViCAP web-enabled database which provides a valuable investigative resource to investigators.

Mr. Harrigan has worked with the most senior law enforcement leaders in the country and across the world during his time leading the National Academy, the FBI’s executive leadership institution.

He currently provides active shooter training and analytical support to agencies, along with consultation work in the firearm range liability and litigation field. He also serves on the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI’s Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act sub-committee.

Ashley Mancik

Plank Member

Ashley M. Mancik is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of South Carolina, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on homicide, communities and crime, the criminal justice system, and statistics. She earned her B.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Georgia in 2011 and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Criminology from the University of Delaware in 2015 and 2018, respectively. Her areas of expertise include lethal and non-lethal violence, crime trends, and crime clearance, with a current emphasis on gun violence, mass violence, and domestic violence. She regularly conducts interviews with journalists and reviews manuscripts and federal grants on these and related topics.
Dr. Mancik places a strong emphasis on creating and sustaining researcher-practitioner partnerships, is an advocate for evidence-based policy, and aims to strengthen these connections whenever possible. She is a plank member of the Bureau Consortium, victim researcher with the Center for Victim Research, and research member of the Criminal Investigation Research Network out of Pontypridd, Wales, all entities that facilitate researcher-practitioner partnerships in her areas of expertise.
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She has experience working in several criminal justice agencies, including with a Superior Court Judge and investigators in the District Attorney’s Office in the Western Judicial Circuit in Athens, Georgia. From 2015 to 2018 she served as an Honor Intern for the FBI, initially working at Headquarters in the Office of Partner Engagement’s Violence Prevention Section/Active Shooter Unit, where she contributed to follow-up studies from the FBI’s seminal research on active shooter incidents and worked with the Department of Education and law enforcement executives on best practices for violence prevention in K-12 schools. In 2016, she transferred to the Wilmington, Delaware Resident Agency, providing analytical and investigative support to the Safe Streets/Violent Crimes Task Force.

She previously worked as a researcher at the Center for Homicide Research in Minneapolis, Minnesota and the Center for Drug and Health Studies at the University of Delaware. Since moving to South Carolina, she has worked in a research advisory capacity with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department and the South Carolina Domestic Violence Advisory Committee and has forged relationships with several other federal, state, and local agencies and organizations in the area.

Dr. Mancik’s scholarship and teaching are largely informed by her experiences working alongside community partners and criminal justice agencies. As a result, her research currently focuses on how methodological considerations, particularly measurement and conceptualization, of key constructs contribute to disparate empirical findings and the associated policy implications.

Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, including the Annual Review of Criminology, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and Homicide Studies, as well as white papers and book chapters. Her master’s thesis, “Community Context and Homicide Clearance Rates: Estimating the Effects of Collective Efficacy,” won the prestigious Richard Block Award for Outstanding Thesis Research. She is co-editor of the forthcoming book, Taking Stock of Homicide: Trends, Emerging Themes, and Research Challenges and regularly presents research findings at national and international conferences and invited workshops.

Dr. Mancik serves as the faculty advisor for the University of South Carolina chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the national criminal justice honor society, and coordinates the Department’s annual Internship/Career Fair. She also supervises graduate and undergraduate research, and regularly returns to UGA to participate in the Criminal Justice Program’s alumni panel.

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Melissa Fortunato

Melissa Fortunato

Plank Member

Melissa retired from the FBI in 2022 after serving in the New York and Cleveland field offices for over twenty-three years.

Melissa is a seasoned practitioner in crisis intervention and negotiations having operated as an FBI Crisis Negotiator for over fifteen years. She successfully resolved domestic and international kidnappings, barricaded subjects, and other crisis events. For over a decade, Melissa led FBI-Cleveland’s Crisis Negotiation Team. She has trained hundreds of law enforcement officers, including instructing at the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Budapest, Hungary and being an assessor/coach for the FBI’s National Crisis Negotiation Course. In addition, Melissa was selected to represent the FBI at the Metropolitan Police (Scotland Yard) Hostage Negotiation Course in London, England.

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Melissa’s strong skills in strategic assessment and targeting come from her years as an FBI Undercover Agent. She operated both domestically and internationally. Her undercover portfolio included transnational organized crime, public corruption, drug trafficking, and counterintelligence matters.

Melissa is the founder of Alchemy Team LLC, a negotiation and conflict resolution training and consulting company. She has worked with professionals from different industries, including real estate, human resources, engineering, construction, and technology.

Dave Okada

Plank Member

David Okada, Lieutenant (retired), Salem Police Department, Salem, Oregon
Lieutenant Dave Okada is the Principal at Safety and Threat Solutions consulting, LLC and is an internationally recognized expert in the subject matter of community-based multidisciplinary threat assessment and management. He has been a practitioner in threat assessment since 1999 and has worked on thousands of threat assessment cases throughout his career, serving as the Chair of the Willamette Valley Adult Threat Advisory Team and a member of the Mid-Valley Student Threat Assessment Team. He coordinated the threat assessment program for the Salem Police Department for several years and has implemented numerous policies and procedures both within his department and with the Willamette Valley Adult Threat Advisory Team.

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He has co-authored several threat assessment articles, threat assessment investigative guides for adult, higher education, and student models that are currently in use by several threat assessment teams and programs throughout the nation, and he has consulted on many difficult threat assessment cases.

Lieutenant Okada has over 33 years serving in law enforcement in Salem, Oregon and has been instrumental in promoting threat assessment throughout the nation. He has done presentations, consulting, training, and debriefing on threat assessment issues around the nation and is highly regarded as a trainer in the field. He has trained and consulted in Community-based threat assessment, K-12 threat assessment, Higher Education threat assessment, Corporate threat assessment, and Public-Sector threat assessment. He has also consulted and assisted in the formation of multiple threat assessment teams and systems throughout the United States. He was an invited participant at the 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Symposium on Targeted Violence Prevention, resulting in the 2017 publication of the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit Monograph: Making Prevention a Reality: Identifying, Assessing, and Managing the Threat of Targeted Attacks. Lieutenant Okada consulted with the Oregon Governor’s Task Force on School Safety and worked with the Task Force on threat assessment legislation, and he was the recipient of the Oregon Champions for Children award in 2017 for his work in student threat assessment. Lieutenant Okada is also a co-author of the publication Assessing Student Threats-Implementing the Salem-Keizer System.

Lieutenant Okada currently holds the office of President of the National Board of Directors of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP). He has held several offices on the National Board of Directors of (ATAP) since 2007 and received the 2009 ATAP Presidential Recognition Award at the national ATAP Threat Management Conference. He previously served as the ATAP Northwest Chapter Sergeant at Arms and two terms as the Northwest Chapter President. He was also on the committee that authored the ATAP Code of Ethical Conduct.

Complimentary to his work and training in threat assessment, Lieutenant Okada has developed and delivered training in personal and situational awareness and safety. He has trained in both the public and private sectors on response to violent intruders (active shooter), Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), personal and business safety planning, situational awareness, personal safety, and multiple other crime prevention topics.

Over the years, Lieutenant Okada has received numerous awards and honors for his work in law enforcement. He has a wide variety of experiences ranging from homicide investigations to gang investigations to criminal intelligence to narcotics investigations. He has commanded the Salem Police Department Domestic Violence Response Team, Youth Services Unit and Criminal Investigations Sections. He also commanded a HIDTA Interagency Task Force and has served on many multi-agency teams and task forces. Lieutenant Okada graduated Cum Laude from Willamette University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and is also a graduate of the Southern Police Institute Homicide Investigator Course, the FBI National Academy, DEA Drug Unit Commander Academy and Oregon Executive Development Institute. Lieutenant Okada holds numerous state certifications including the Executive Certification through the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.

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Paul Timm

Paul Timm

Plank Member

Paul Timm, PSP, is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP) and the author of “School Security: How to Build and Strengthen a School Safety Program.” He was named one of the Most Influential People in Security in 2020 by Security Magazine. In addition to conducting numerous vulnerability assessments and his frequent keynote addresses, Paul is an experienced School Crisis Assistance Team volunteer through the National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA).

He serves on the Campus Safety Conferences Advisory Board, the Advisory Council for the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools, the ASIS International School Safety and Security Council, and the Illinois Association of School Business Officials Risk Management Committee. He is certified in Vulnerability Assessment Methodology (VAM) through Sandia National Laboratories and the ALPHA vulnerability assessment methodology. Paul holds a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from Moody Theological Seminary.

Gene Deisinger

Plank Member

Dr. Gene Deisinger is President of Deisinger Consulting, LLC, specializing in operational psychology, protective intelligence, and behavioral threat assessment & management for an international base of clients in business, education, healthcare, government, military, law enforcement, non-profit organizations, and security & protective operations. Dr. Deisinger helps clients develop, implement, and operate comprehensive, holistic & collaborative programs to prevent & mitigate harm, sustain continuity of operations, and enhance the safety & well-being of the organization and its members.
In June 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice appointed Dr. Deisinger to serve as a subject matter expert on the Critical Incident Review Team regarding the mass casualty incident at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX.

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Since 2021, Dr. Deisinger has served as a founding member and subject matter expert for the Mass Violence Advisory Initiative, a joint project of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Since February 2015, Dr. Deisinger has been retained as the Threat Management Consultant for the Virginia Center for School & Campus Safety. Dr. Deisinger provides threat management training and consultation for schools, campuses, and government & law enforcement agencies across Virginia.
Until his retirement in December 2014, Dr. Deisinger served as Deputy Chief of Police & Director of Threat Management Services for Virginia Tech, positions to which he had been recruited following the 2007 mass casualty incident at that campus. As executive officer for the Virginia Tech Police Department, Dr. Deisinger provided leadership for law enforcement operations to support a safe and secure campus environment and directed the university’s multi-disciplinary threat management functions across its global facilities.
Dr. Deisinger earned his doctorate in psychology from Iowa State University. He is a licensed psychologist, a certified health service provider in psychology, and, until his retirement, a certified law enforcement officer.

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Steven Bennett

Steven Bennett

Plank Member

Steve Bennett retired from the FBI in 2020, after completing 23 years of service. He was assigned to the Springfield, IL Field Office, Counterterrorism Division, Terrorist Screening Center, and the Office of Partner Engagement, where he was the Chief of the Violence Reduction Unit, overseeing the FBI’s Active Shooter Response Program and the annual report on Active Shooter Incidents in the U.S.

Career highlights included leading a Safe Streets Task Force, SWAT, Counterintelligence, Terrorist Watchlist Encounter Management, and numerous investigations resulting in the dismantling of criminal organizations. Mr.Bennett was tendered an expert witness in street gang matters in the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. He received the Director’s Award for Excellence in Law Enforcement from the Executive Office of United States Attorneys and the FBI Director’s Leadership Award.

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He completed the ALERRT Active Shooter Train-the-Trainer Course and Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE). Mr. Bennett has a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies, a Masters of Management and Organizational Behavior, completed Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management Managing Strategic Change Course, and is a Certified Counter-Insider Threat Professional – Fundamentals.

James Hamilton

Plank Member

Senior Vice President, GDBA, Quality in Protection and Training Divisions, in this capacity he supervises a team of dedicated protection experts and instructors who ensure GDBA Protector quality in all areas of their career progression: recruitment, selection, training, licensing, and operations.

Prior experience:
17 years as an FBI Supervisory Special Agent.
Program Manager/GS-14 of the FBI Overseas Survival Awareness Program that prepared FBI personnel for overseas deployment.
Created the FBI Close Protection training program for Special Agents assigned to the US Attorney General’s Protective Detail, FBI Director’s Detail, and FBI SWAT personnel who assisted in those missions.

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Tactical Instructor assigned to the Tactical Training Unit at Hogan’s Alley: responsible for New Agent Tactical Instruction, Safe Streets training, and Active Shooter training for State and Local Law Enforcement.

Served four years on FBI Director Robert Mueller’s Protective Detail working in CONUS and OCONUS environments.

Created and managed the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force in the Omaha Field Office after 9/11.

FBI SWAT Team Member for eight years.

Certified FBI Firearms Instructor, Tactical Instructor, Driving Instructor, ALERRT Active Shooter Instructor, and SWAT Operator.

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Kenji Okuma

Member

Kenji Okuma (Detective Sergeant, Retired) is a 24-year veteran of law enforcement with the Nevada State Police. During Kenji’s career, he worked many assignments in rural and urban areas across the state of Nevada. Most of these assignments were participating in or supervising and managing multi-jurisdictional task forces or specialized units. These specialized units included but are not limited to the following: Major Crimes (homicide), Narcotic Enforcement, All Threats all Hazards (Homeland Security/Emergency Management), Auto Theft Task Force, General Crimes, Fraud, Cold Case, Chiefs Office (internal review, policy review/revision), legislative, review and development of internal controls, and tactical/operation review.

Additionally, Kenji served as the Executive Officer for the Nevada Threat Analysis Center (State Fusion Center) and attended and graduated from the Naval Post Graduate School’s, Fusion Leaders Program. In that role, he supervised and managed the TLO/FLO program, CIKR program, information security, FOIA, SCIF, intelligence, investigative and operational staff, studied best practices and engaged in various training and exercises involving mass casualty events, the national strategic stockpile security and operations. In this position, Kenji also supervised staff and operations, conducting joint investigations and tactical operations with the regional FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF), the ATF, DEA, US Marshals, and other allied federal agencies, as part of his duties.

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Finally, during his law enforcement career, Kenji was tasked with developing and implementing the Nevada statewide school anonymous reporting system and operations center (Safe Voice)

Following his law enforcement career, Kenji went on to develop and implement the National Crisis Center for the Sandy Hook Promise Foundations, (Say Something Anonymous Reporting System SS-ARS). This center serves two state programs and an additional 120 plus districts across 19 states in the United States. Additionally, Kenji designed and implemented the state communications and operations center for Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System.

Kenji now operates his own consulting service (Okuma Consulting, LLC) specializing in school and public safety, consulting to and collaborating with notable organizations, and agencies across the U.S. Kenji also serves as a subject matter expert to the National Center for Safer Schools, NCSS (University of Michigan), and is a member of the Bureau Consortium.

Don Robinson

Member

Don retired from the FBI in 2015 after 23 years of service. Don was assigned to the San Diego Division where he served on a joint FBI/San Diego Police Department Emergency Negotiation Team. Don also served in the Criminal Investigative Division and Counterterrorism Division at FBIHQ and later supervised the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Resident Agency of the Salt Lake City Division. At the time of his retirement, he was the FBI Legal Attache in Moscow, Russia.

 

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Upon his retirement from the FBI, he began a second career in behavioral health and established and led one of the first Behavioral Health Crisis Centers in Idaho.

Don Robinson is the Founder and Principal Consultant for Clinical Security Solutions, LLC, a security risk management consulting firm specializing in behavioral threat assessment and management, workplace violence prevention, and related training and curriculum development.

Don is a Certified Threat Manager accredited through the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals.

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Janelle Miller

Member

Janelle Miller is a risk/crisis management executive with 20+ years of global security leadership experience in the FBI and the private industry. Over her career, Ms. Miller has led multiple national security investigations and served as the on-scene commander for OCONUS terrorist attacks. Ms. Miller oversaw the FBI’s role in the National Special Security Events for the Papal visit in 2015 and the Democratic National Convention in 2016. Her career accomplishments include receiving the FBI Director’s award for Investigative Excellence and the Attorney General’s award for Distinguished Service. 

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Upon her retirement from the FBI, Ms. Miller joined the National Football League as the first international security director where she led security operations for the London and Mexico City games. She then joined TIME as the Director of Global Security where she built and implemented a global security infrastructure to include cybersecurity, travel security, workplace safety, crisis management, due diligence, and event security. In her role as Director of Event Security at Varsity Spirit, Ms. Miller worked to identify and implement key security best practices to enhance live event security and safety strategies.

Ms. Miller is the owner and CEO of Risk Aware Consulting. Her real-world experience in building security programs and managing risk provides her with a unique perspective of the complexities and challenges companies face in balancing security needs with maintaining operations, change management, and managing budgets. Over her career, Ms. Miller routinely assessed, prioritized, and mitigated risk and promoted a culture of improvement, flexibility, open communication, and innovation.

Ms. Miller is a member of ASIS International, Women in Federal Law Enforcement (WIFLE), and serves as a mentor for women in security. Ms. Miller was a presenter at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) in 2022 and 2023, and the WIFLE Leadership Conference in 2022: Own Your Success – Taking Stock of Your Career Accomplishments – Women in Security. Ms. Miller served as a police officer after obtaining her master’s degree in criminal justice. Ms. Miller is an avid golfer, loves to hike in the mountains, and recently learned to play Pickleball!

Jeff R. Cugno

Member

Jeffrey R. Cugno is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of SOS Global Consulting, Inc., established to create strategic partnerships with private and public sector stakeholders to manage risks of harm through consultative assistance. Mr. Cugno and his clients collaborate to design and implement holistic initiatives, including foundational and advanced curriculum, to educate and safeguard any given environment. Mr. Cugno served as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for over two decades. He worked on the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office (FBILA) Cyber Crime Squad and was a Team Leader of the FBILA’s Evidence Response Team (ERT). As an ERT Team Leader, Mr. Cugno led crime scene investigators in the collection of evidence for a variety of investigations, including bank robberies, kidnappings, homicides, Agent-involved shootings, and airplane disasters. 

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For over 17 years, Mr. Cugno maintained the position of the FBILA’s Primary Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) Coordinator until his retirement in October 2023. In this role, Mr. Cugno assisted with the investigation of repetitive and violent crimes, counterterrorism, and threatening communications. In addition to his primary role as the BAU Coordinator, Mr. Cugno also provided leadership and consultation in the following five specialized areas concurrently: Threat Management Coordinator, Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team – West Team Leader, Adjunct Faculty Instructor, Crisis Negotiator, and Threat Assessment ReGional Evaluation Team (TARGET) Working Group – Director.
Mr. Cugno was the founder of the TARGET Working Group and served as the Director from 2011- 2023. TARGET was created to develop best practices in the identification, assessment, and management of threats to K-12 schools, college and university campuses, houses of worship, healthcare facilities, and other critical infrastructures. This was accomplished through the identification of subject matter experts, the sharing of information, and the facilitation of training. Subsequently, Mr. Cugno collaborated with local communities to expand TARGET’s education and liaison capabilities into four geographically located threat assessment and threat management teams serving Southern California.
Mr. Cugno was a dedicated FBI Adjunct Faculty Instructor and routinely provided training to domestic and international participants in the following topics: situational awareness, verbal de-escalation, behavioral indicators of targeted violence, crisis/hostage negotiations, interview and interrogation strategies, mass casualty response, cybercrime investigations, evidence collection techniques, counterterrorism, violent crime matters, and threat assessment and threat management principles.
In 2022, Mr. Cugno was selected to be a member of the California Child Abduction Task Force, as well as the Los Angeles County’s Veteran Suicide Review Team (VSRT).
Mr. Cugno holds a Master of Science Degree in Justice, Law, and Society from The American University.

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