June has been a Police Officer, U.S. Secret Service Agent, U.S. Customs Intelligence Specialist, Private Investigator, Executive
Protection and Security Specialist, and University Instructor. He began his protective service career as an eighteen-year-old
soldier assigned to an elite military police unit in Germany responsible for the protection of the Commanding General.
military service, Dale June settled in California where he worked as a Shasta County Deputy Sheriff, a Redding and Sacramento
Police Department (California) police officer while attending college. Graduating with a BS degree from Sacramento State University
in Public Administration, he joined the U.S. Secret Service in the Sacramento field office. Dale L. June was assigned to the
White House for five years during the Nixon and Ford Administrations. He also was involved with protecting many other high-ranking
American and foreign dignitaries, including Presidents Carter and Reagan. During his tenure with the Secret Service, he participated
in many trip advances, worked closely with the White House Press Corps, and was a presidential driver for nearly two years.
While assigned to the Presidential Protective Division he obtained a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from George Washington
Service duties included a two-year assignment as a protective intelligence agent responsible for investigating threats against
those protected by the service, interviewing those responsible for the threats, and determining the degree of potential danger
the Secret Service, Dale L. June started his own executive protection company, providing security to European and Middle Eastern
royalty, celebrities, including many well-known television and movie personalities, VIPs, corporate executives, and an occasional
foreign tourist. Later, he returned to government service as a U.S. Customs Intelligence Research Specialist assigned to working
terrorism and organized crime. Dale L. June is the author of two books: Introduction to Executive Protection and Protection, Security, and Safeguards:
Practical Approaches and Perspectives. He is also the co-author of Undercover.
to the book description of Protection, Security,
and Safeguards: Practical Approaches and Perspectives, “Our need for security has not waned since the dawn of
civilization - it has only increased and become more complicated. Protection, Security, and Safeguards: Practical Approaches
and Perspectives draws on the security prowess of former secret service agents and other notable security professionals as
the authors touch on nearly every facet of the industry. Written to satisfy the practical needs of anyone in the business
of protection, the text covers areas such as personal protection, security in the workplace, residence security, healthcare
security, aviation security, and many more. Special chapters detailing the experiences of an identity theft victim, as well
as a woman who must employ 24-hour security to insure she doesn't harm others, cover security issues from the client's viewpoint.
Other chapters on quick threat assessment and defensive tactics will help agents protect themselves and their clients. Although
other publications discuss and analyze security, none focus on both the professional and personal perspectives of this critical
Anthony Travers is a graduate of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Academy and a former Hawthorne Police Department
(California) police officer. Joseph Travers is the author of Introduction to Private Investigation.
to the description of Introduction to Private
Investigation it “is designed to provide the essential knowledge and procedures needed to operate successfully
as a private investigator. It is both an instructional textbook for those individuals desiring a career as a private investigator,
and a resource manual that can be an invaluable tool for later reference. The approach is a direct, concise style, which facilitates
comprehension by novices as well as experienced private investigators, and makes possible competent and professional performance
of all types of private investigation.
for writing this book is to fill the existing need within the field for a precise comprehensive text detailing the development
of skills necessary for professional investigative work. In addition, there is a lack of recent, up-to-date textbooks currently
available to individuals wishing to learn about private investigation. Introduction to Private Investigation will help fill
this void. This easy-to-read textbook for investigators is filled with practical information and stories that will provide
extremely valuable training.
attribute of the book is its commitment to the practice of private investigation in the private business sector as well as
the public sector. Another notable quality is its concern with both the portrayal of private investigation as a legitimate
professional discipline and the subsequent degradation of the popular, media propagated misconceptions of private investigators.
Two new chapters have been added in this second edition, “Criminal Defense Investigation” and “Bioethics,
Investigation, and the Occult,” due to a complete lack of material for each subject pertaining to Professional Investigation.
It will enable the professional investigator or apprentice to sharpen the skills they use every day.
Be it undercover,
surveillance, interviewing, case preparation, or courtroom testimony, even the most seasoned veterans understand the need
to be on top of their game in order to provide clients with the best possible results. This book will help you accomplish
that understanding. It will provide you with the basic skills, knowledge and required tools before you go into battle with
the Scales of Justice. Because the truth never changes. It is “the same, yesterday, today and forever.”