Our team of highly experienced consultants and training specialists are a blend of subject matter experts, innovative criminal justice academics, and practitioners from throughout the United States, each having deep know-ledge and expertise within their respective areas of specialty.
Jeffrey Fritz, founder and owner, has an extensive background in public service spanning more than four decades, with over 30 years in leadership roles, includ-ing Chief of Police, for municipal and state law enforcement agencies and organizations; and over seven years of city government experience, as Mayor and Alderman for the City of Canton, IL.
Jeffrey A. Fritz
Principal & CEO
Eric C. Arnold
Eric Arnold, a Program Director for the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute, manages the School and Campus Safety Program through the Illinois Terrorism Task Force (ITTF). He also serves on the ITTF Law Enforcement Mutual Aid and Emergency Management Committees.
John Gray was a Police Chief for 12 years during a law enforcement career of 32 years. Then, he created and administer-ed promotional assessments for 8 years for police agencies in Washington State, conducting 150 processes from Sergeant to Chief involving over 800 candidates and 400 assessors.
John L. Gray
Jada Hudson is a clinically trained thera-pist, with over 20 years of experience, and a nationally recognized first respon-der expert. Coming from a family of first responders, she has devoted her career to become uniquely qualified to counsel first responders who have experienced occupational stress and trauma.
Nancy L. Rabel
Nancy Rabel is a local government and public body attorney. She has practiced law since 1997, concentrating in munici-pal, labor, and employment law. Nancy was an administrative law judge for the Illinois Labor Relations Board, and most recently, General Counsel and Admini-strator for the City of Canton, Illinois.
Frank Schweitzer is a 30-year veteran of law enforcement, retiring as a Sergeant from the Los Angeles (CA) Police Depart-ment. During his career he served in various capacities with outside agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investi-gation, U.S. Secret Service, and the Del Norte County District Attorney's Office.
Dr. Aaron Thompson, President of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Edu-cation, is a nationally recognized leader and highly sought after speaker with 30 years experience in the private and non-profit sectors. He serves as a consultant to police departments and other govern-mental agencies. In 2019, he was induct-ed into the KY Civil Rights Hall of Fame.
Derek Carle is the Program Director for the Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board Executive Institute's Center for Homeland Security Leader-ship. He is a retired Lieutenant from the Macomb, IL Police Department and an Incident Commander and Co-Chair of the Illinois Incident Management Team.
Jack Harris, a retired Captain from the Tucson, Arizona Police Department, is a trained mediator, licensed counselor, and certified expert in traumatic stress. He has assisted individuals and organi-zations following such tragedies as the World Trade Center attack, Yarnell Hill Fire, and the Oklahoma City bombing.
Danny Langloss, Jr. is a police and city management professional with more than 13 years of executive leadership experience with the City of Dixon, IL. He retired from the police department after 21 years, with the last 10 as Police Chief, and is currently the City Manager. Danny is also a leadership strategist and coach.
Danny Langloss, Jr.
Richard Reimer, public sector labor and employment law attorney, focuses in the area of police and fire pension matters. Prior to starting his law firm, Rick was a police officer for ten years, holding ranks of Sergeant and Assistant to the Chief of Police. He also served terms as a Police/ Fire Commissioner and Village Trustee.
Richard J. Reimer
Dr. Brian Williams is an Assoc. Professor of Public Policy at University of Virginia Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. He examines issues related to race, policing, and public governance; focusing on redesigning public policies, programs, services, and practices that improve police-community relations.