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Joel Vargas spent nearly a decade at the Bensenville Police Department where it was possible to create a Community Policing Program that can be replicated in other communities in the United States and in other parts of the world. Mr. Vargas has a Law Degree and a masters in Intelligence Studies and is considered a Highly Qualified Expert (HQE) in the US Intelligence Community in Latin American Political & Security Policy.
On 2012, Mr. Vargas was appointed by the Secretary General Jay Grant of InterPort Police as Assistant Director for Law Enforcement Operations and Head of Intelligence and later as Director of Criminal Intelligence. In this position, Mr. Vargas recruited and managed intelligence analysts from around the world and produced Tier II Subject Matter Experts (SME) intelligence analysis published in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Open Source Enterprise.
Mr. Vargas served as Adviser to the airports and seaports members of the organization, as well as Adviser to the Organization of American States (OAS). Among the research conducted at InterPort Police include regarding corruption on the US/Mexico Border, Social Media Impact to the US Intelligence Community, and Insider Threat in Airports and Companies.
Lately, conducting limited research dealing with technology and public safety challenges in large cities. In the Chicago Police Department, working in the Strategic Decision Support Center (SDSC), as an Intelligence Analyst testing some of his programs to reduce violence and crime. Outside only limited to some research in security and technology.
Olga Ravasi, Ph.D.
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An expert in Balkan affairs, South Central Europe, and the Middle East, carrying the designation of Highly Qualified Expert, Dr. Olga Ravasi advises U.S. corporate, government, and nongovernmental organization clients on matters affecting their plans, interests, and operations in these regions.
Currently, she serves as a Board member, regional expert, and adviser to Crime Stoppers Global Solutions (CSGS), a U.S.-based international nongovernmental organization committed to combating transnational crime. Olga was instrumental in facilitating CSGS’s introduction and engagement in the Republic of Serbia to establish a Serbia-based organization and its center in the Balkan region. She developed, implemented, and leads the organization’s integrated messaging, government relations, media, and alliance development strategy in Serbia. Her high-profile efforts have secured access and influence for CSGS with top Serbian Government leaders and appearances, interviews, and reporting in top Serbian media outlets, resulting in millions of dollars’ worth of positive earned (unpaid) media coverage.
Olga has provided business advisory services to corporate clients with interests in the Balkan region. She has developed and delivered high-value research, political analysis, and business intelligence and insights in country and regional reporting.
Since 2015, Olga has been a Special Adviser to the Office of the Secretary General of International Airport and Seaport Police (InterPort Police) on the Balkans, foreign policy, and security. As a private security contractor, her work includes intelligence analysis shared with the InterPort Police and Contingent Security Services, Ltd. stakeholders and governmental agencies, offering valuable advice and best practices guidelines to both private and public sectors.
Olga serves as a corporate liaison and director of the 9/11 Award Ceremony for the annual 9/11 Awards Ceremony for InterPort Police held annually in conjunction with the International Association of the Chiefs of Police (IACP) Convention. The 9/11 Medal Award ceremony is our vow to “Never Forget” and continue to honor the memory of Superintendent Fred V. Morrone, as well as those who sacrifice their lives defending our great nation. Specifically, Olga has selected key government leaders in the Balkans and European Union countries to be recognized for their efforts in global security. This initiative will continue for the next several years.
As a scholar and educator, with an artistic and media background, Olga is professor of political science, teaching courses in American government, comparative government, international relations, and foreign policy. She is a liaison to the U.S. Congress. Olga co-founded an ethnic media organization; carries an International Press Credential; and serves on several boards of educational, humanitarian, and nongovernmental organizations.
She is active in national politics and presidential campaigns.
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Other security consulting includes executive protection, physical security and transportation security.