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Pete Gagliardi

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Pete Gagliardi “He has 30 years experience in law enforcement, 24 of which are at the Federal level. A member of the Senior Executive Service, he held a number of key positions within the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (AT F), where he served as the agency’s principal liaison to Congress, the Deputy Assistant Director of Science and Technology, the Deputy Assistant Director of Law Enforcement Programs, and the Chief of Strategic Planning. He retired from AT F in 1999 as Special Agent in Charge of the New York Division.”  Pete Gagliardi is the author of The 13 Critical Tasks.

According to the book description of The 13 Critical Tasks, “The "Inside-Out", or presumptive, approach to the investigation of firearm crime presumes that there is an abundance of data inside - which is transferred to fired bullets and cartridge cases - and outside every crime gun. When fully exploited, this data can be used to generate actionable information of tactical and strategic crime solving value. This book describes, in detail, the 13 critical tasks needed to balance people, processes and technology in order to solve more gun crime.”

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