George Kennedy, President
Bachelor of Science in Police Science, University of Tulsa; Master of Criminal Justice Administration, Oklahoma City University; Additional Study, University of Oklahoma, University of Louisville, University of Illinois, Nova-Southeastern University, Rogers State College.
Mr. Kennedy has over 35 years law enforcement, security, education and training experience. He was director of the Law & Justice Careers Programs at Rogers University. This encompassed the criminal justice, police science, legal assisting, security guard, and firearms training programs. He served as a police officer, investigator, and supervisor with the Tulsa Police Department; as chief of police for three medium sized cities; and was a supervisory special agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. In addition to assignments in the narcotics and the organized crime intelligence units, he was the special agent in charge of the State crime laboratory and identification system. He is a retired chief warrant officer (CID Agent) from a U.S. Army Reserve Criminal Investigation Unit; a CLEET security guard/private investigator/security firearms instructor; a NRA firearms instructor; a State licensed SDA firearms instructor; and is a licensed armed security officer and private investigator. In addition to administrative and managerial duties, Mr. Kennedy maintains an active presence in the classroom.
Timothy J. Kennedy, Vice-President
Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, Westminster College.
Mr. Kennedy has over 12 years experience in retail sales and vocational education. He interviewed prospective employees, trained and supervised sales staffs, and had extensive interaction with the public. He is an educational advisor and mentor. He is a former member of the U.S. Army reserve where he was an administrative unit supervisor. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Leadership Development Course; numerous military and civilian supervision, motivation, public relations, and sales training courses. His instructional expertise is in the supervision and career development segments of the course.
Dane Hugley, Dean of Instruction
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Northeastern State University; Teaching Certificate, Northeastern State University; Master of Liberal Studies candidate, University of Oklahoma.
Mr. Hugley is an experienced security officer, educator and trainer. He is a former faculty member at Rogers University where he coordinated the legal assisting and teacher education programs; taught in the history, criminal justice, and private security disciplines, and was the University rangemaster and rifle range manager. He has been a substitute teacher in the public school system and a regular lecturer for the Institute for Public Safety Education. He is a certified Red Cross first aid instructor; a NRA firearms instructor; a State licensed SDA firearms instructor, Oleoresin Capsicum (pepper spray) instructor, and ASP/baton instructor. Additionally, he is a licensed armed security officer.
Pat Kennedy, Instructor
Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice, Tulsa Junior College; Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Northeastern State University; Master of Criminal Justice Administration, Northeastern State University; Additional Study, U.S. Military Police School, University of Oklahoma, University of Louisville, Rogers State College.
Mr. Kennedy has over 28 years experience as a military policeman; security officer; police officer, supervisor and investigator with the Broken Arrow Police Department; and is currently a senior special agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. He is a retired chief warrant officer (CID Agent) from a U.S. Army Reserve Criminal Investigation Unit; a former adjunct faculty member in the criminal justice program at Rogers University; a CLEET basic police, security guard, private investigator, and firearms instructor; and a NRA police and security firearms instructor.
Mike Kennedy, Instructor
Associate of Applied Science in Police Science, Rogers State College. Additional Study, Rogers State College.
Mr. Kennedy has over 17 years law enforcement/security experience in the security alarm industry; as a police officer and detective with the Owasso Police Department; and with the Tulsa Police Department. He has been a guest lecturer in the criminal justice and security guard programs at Rogers University and a regular lecturer at the Institute for Public Safety Education. He is a CLEET security guard, private investigator and firearms instructor; and a NRA Police and Security firearms instructor.
Steve Conley, Instructor
Bachelors of Science in Political Science, Northeastern State University; Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, Northeastern State University; Additional Study, Rogers State College.
Mr. Conley has extensive experience as a private investigator, security consultant, and firearms consultant. He is the president of Investigative Services Company, a statewide general services investigative agency. He is a licensed private investigator and armed security officer; a former college range safety officer; a State SDA-CCW licensee; and a NRA law enforcement & security firearms instructor.
Ronald N. Van Voorhis, Instructor
Bachelor of Science, Old Dominion University; Masters Candidate in Trade and Industrial Education, Oklahoma State University.
Mr. Van Voorhis owned and operated a business providing on-site security and medical services to the movie and entertainment industry; owned and operated an ambulance and emergency medical service; and was a security instructor and vocational education programs manager for the U. S Department of Labor – Job Corps program. Additionally, he is a former law enforcement officer; is a licensed armed security officer; and is currently the security director of a major metropolitan shopping mall. He is a first aid & CPR instructor; ASP/baton instructor; Oleoresin Capsicum (OC Pepper Spray) instructor; and a CLEET security guard and private investigator instructor.