FOUNDER AND CREATOR OF L.E.O COMMAND BOARDS
I am an active, sworn law enforcement field supervisor with one of the largest police departments in the United States. After 20 years in the field, I knew there had to be a more efficient and effective way to organize first responders when they first arrive on the scene of an unfolding critical incident, until its completion.
Field supervisors are expected to establish command and control, communicate effectively, coordinate resources to the scene and direct personnel into strategic positions, with the end goal of achieving a successful resolution.
With my years of managing actual critical incidents, I have applied my knowledge and experience to create the L.E.O. Command Board. Our mobile command post boards have been used in a variety of critical incidents and they've received high marks by law enforcement personnel as effective tactical tools for managing critical incidents.
Our mobile command post boards act as a guide for field supervisors to assist them in decision-making, documenting and planning every response to your critical incident. They are effective, easy to use and simple to understand. Their compact design allows for them to fit into any vehicle.
By using the L.E.O. Command Board, you will be able to respond to a critical incident with confidence.
NATIONAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE — FIRE DIVISION
Recently retired from the Los Angeles City Fire Department as an Assistant Chief, Corey has a Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with an emphasis in Leadership and a Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency Management. He is also a graduate of the Los Angeles Fire Department's (LAFD) Leadership Academy. Corey was an Incident Commander for a LAFD Incident Management Team, a Task Force Leader (TFL), Planning Section Chief, Medical Specialist, and Rescue Special for a National Search and Rescue Team. He was an Operations Section Chief for a Federal Incident Management Team, where currently he works as a Liaison Officer.
Corey's many years of experience working with local, state, and federal government agencies on multiple levels, establishing outstanding relationships, and working together for the best outcomes has taught him the importance of “Organize early, and establish an organization that fits the needs of the incident”. This starts from the “Initial Action Phase” of the incident, where Corey thought it was important to create a Fire Board that has all the details of a 201, and many other important aspects of the incident that need to be evaluated and considered.
Corey has had the opportunity to teach in many different areas in the All-Risk environment, ranging from leadership, decision-making, structure fires, wildland, pre-hospital care, urban search and rescue, overall incident management, All Risk Simulation Training (planning, design, and delivery), stressing clear leaders’ intent, command presence, and making a difference—all while developing others for the better in the process.
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