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Consulting, Investigations & Analysis
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Ed Laverone

President

Golden State Consulting, Investigations and Analysis CA PI 187825
March 2015 – Present (1 year 7 months) San Francisco Bay Area

Local Government, Non-Profit, Public Safety and Emergency Management Consulting and Expert Services, CA Licensed Private Investigations

  • Expert analysis in law enforcement policy and procedure, narcotics, gangs, major crimes investigations, custody operations and practice
  • Link Analysis utilizing Sentinel Visualizer link analysis applications
  • Litigation Consulting Services for Corrections
  • Strategic Planning (all phases)
  • Litigation Analysis for Law Enforcement
  • Grant Management and Writing
  • Management, Procedure and Practice Audits
  • Best Practice Policy Review and Writing
  • Threat Analysis
  • Management and Leadership Training
  • Background Investigations
  • Political Consulting and Opposition Research
  • Strategic consulting and Crisis Management
  • Corrections Policy vs. Practice Auditing
  • Licensed private investigations PI 187825
  • Major Case Analysis

Chief Deputy Sheriff

Monterey County Sheriff's Office
January 2014 – November 2014 (11 months)Salinas, CA

Managed Corrections Bureau with 271 employees and a $51 million annual budget.

  • Developed first strategic plan for the Bureau and reorganized the management structure, which
    resulted in streamlined operations and improved accountability
  • Managed planning and State approval process for the construction of an $88 million jail addition
  • Coordinated with contractors and government agencies associated with all phases of the project
  • Established a culture of trust with the community and stakeholders through proactive outreach,
    communication and collaboration
  • Provided testimony before the California Legislature and conducted analysis of legislation
  • Developed remediation plan for Sheriff and County Counsel to respond to Federal Lawsuit over conditions of confinement and inmate medical care, most of was adopted for the eventual settlement agreement
  • Developed Ombudsman and Corrections Programs Manager job descriptions, recruited and hired candidates to fill both positions

Captain

Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff
March 2004 – December 2013 (9 years 10 months) San Jose, CA

Commanded all specialized law enforcement units and teams. Managed up to 115 fulltime and 300 collateral duty employees and budgets up to $36 million.

  • Reorganized narcotic and gang investigations unit, which resulted in the largest illegal drug and asset seizures in the history of the Sheriff’s Office
  • Researched and obtained $7 million in competitive grants to fund new crime fighting and prevention initiatives, mentored subordinates in leadership, community problem solving and ethics
  • Worked with diverse agencies, jurisdictions and communities to address complex issues ranging from agricultural crimes to drug dealing, gangs, neighborhood conflicts and disaster response
  • Legislative Liaison for the Sheriff to the California legislature including assisting in the implementation of State Prison Realignment, worked with legislators and legislative staff to successfully amend, pass or kill bills
  • Regularly coordinated and collaborated with local, state, federal and international law enforcement agencies
  • Primary management representative in contract negotiations with public labor union
  • Lead negotiator on service and revenue-sharing contracts with Stanford University
  • Conducted oversight, command and coordination for major events and investigations at Stanford
  • University over a 3.5 year period, including athletic events, dignitary visits for many present and past heads of state, government and corporate leaders, liaison with state, federal and international law enforcement. Final approval of all event security and law enforcement plans
  • Developed Mental Health Crisis Intervention Team training program and mental health response protocols
  • In 2006 Instituted changes in assignment and scheduling of personnel, which saved the county significant overtime costs allowing that funding to be better utilized to serve the community
  • Operations or Law Section Coordinator for County Emergency Operations Center
  • FEMA TIII Incident Management Team 

Fire Marshall

San Juan Bautista Volunteer Fire Department
August 1982 – October 2012 (30 years 3 months) San Juan Bautista

Fire Marshal/Fire Prevention Officer

Certified Fire Investigator, Plan Checks, Fire and Life Safety Inspections, Incident Commander, Safety Officer, Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Response, Court Ceertified Expert (Santa Clara County Courts) in Arson, Fire Cause and Origin (1996).

2nd Vice President/City of SJB Rep

Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG)
2008 – 2011 (3 years)

2nd Vice President in 2011

Council Member/Mayor

San Juan Bautista City Council
2007 – 2011 (4 years) San Juan Bautista

  • Finance, Budget and Economic Development, Public Safety, and Strategic Plan Committees
  • • Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments – 2nd Vice-President
  • League of California Cities Public Safety Committee

Lieutenant

Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff
October 2002 – March 2004 (1 year 6 months) San Jose

Assistant Division Commander of Special Operations Division managed 20 full time and 300 collateral duty staff with a $10+ million budget.

  • Managed day-to-day operations of the Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement Team, Intelligence and Vice Units, Marijuana Suppression and Environmental Crimes Program, Air Support Unit, Search and Rescue Team, Operational Area Law Enforcement Mutual Aid, Joint Terrorism Task Force staff, Operational Area Homeland Security Grants, Bomb Squad, Crowd Control Unit and Sheriff’s Off Road Enforcement Team
  • Wrote the first Santa Clara County Operational Area law enforcement mutual aid protocol.
  • Developed concept for countywide multidisciplinary, multiagency task force (CMMTF), which is based on collaboration across first responder disciplines when responding to any type of public safety emergency or planned event
  • Conducted analysis of terrorism threats, NIMS, NRP and legislation for the Sheriff and US Department of Homeland Security
  • Managed $15 million in Homeland Security Grants, including coordination with all first responder agencies across all disciplines in the County
  • Conducted sensitive investigations related to homeland security threats, organized crime and public integrity issues
  • FBI “Secret” clearance for homeland security issues
  • Law Enforcement Section Coordinator for County Emergency Operations Center

Sergeant

Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff
January 1999 – October 2002 (3 years 10 months) San Jose

Supervised up to sixty-two sworn officers on a shift and managed a budget of $3.5 million.

  • Operational Area Law Enforcement Mutual Aid coordinator
  • Researched and wrote the RFP for the purchase of the Sheriff’s helicopter
  • Developed the annual operating budget, training, policies and procedures for the Air Support Program, negotiated federal space act lease and fuel contracts with NASA
  • Complete reorganization of the Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team
  • Developed the first Law Enforcement Mutual Aid inventory in the county
  • First Administrative Sergeant for the Crowd Control Unit. Planned and coordinated all requests for mobile field force response
  • Conducted criminal and internal (HR) investigations and after action reviews

Deputy Sheriff

Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff
December 1986 – January 1999 (12 years 2 months) San Jose

  • Successfully completed one of the first cyber-stalking cases investigations in California
  • Reorganized training and developed budget monitoring programs for custody division
  • Wrote and managed a $36 million operational budget and $12 million capital budget for the Detention Division
  • Court-certified expert in fire cause and determination, arson, illegal drug use, possession and sales, workers compensation and labor issues
  • Wrote policies and procedures
  • Conducted criminal, administrative and internal investigations

San Benito County Probation Department

Deputy Probation Officer
July 1984 – December 1986 (2 years 6 months) Hollister, CA

Deputy Probation Officer - Adult and Juvenile Supervision, County Parole Officer, Pre-sentence investigations, Court Officer, Transportation Officer, Supervise work alternative program

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