Christopher A Hagon - Managing Partner
Christopher Hagon was a member of London's Metropolitan Police for 21 years. Eleven years of his service were spent in Scotland Yard's Royalty & Diplomatic Protection Department (RDPD), where he was for nine years the personal protection officer to Prince Philip. Hagon also performed protection duty for other members of the Royal Family and later was appointed as the personal protection officer to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. In 1984, Hagon retired in the rank of Superintendent.
In the U.S., Hagon joined a prestigious international security consultancy providing services to more than half the Fortune 500 companies. As Director, Executive Protection, Hagon dealt with terrorist-related incidents - bombings, assassination threats and others - encountered by major U.S. defense contractors and pharmaceuticals, and also product-contamination and kidnap-ransom cases.
In 1988, Hagon joined Miami-based Ryder System, Inc., the world's largest full-service lease and transportation company as Director of Corporate Security and was responsible for many innovative and proactive programs designed to protect Ryder's 46,000 personnel and assets.
Hagon has lectured widely on the topics of workplace violence, crisis management, crime avoidance and personal protection with emphasis on the nuances and practicalities of the corporate response. Audiences have included corporate human resource and legal groups, directors and managers of security, chambers of commerce and the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS).
Harley V Stock, Ph.D ABPP - Managing Partner
Dr. Stock received his doctoral degree from the University of Kansas and did his internship at the Department of Psychiatry, Rutgers Medical School. He is a licensed psychologist in Florida and Michigan. From 1977 until 1990, he was a clinical forensic psychologist at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry (Ann Arbor, Michigan) and Deputy Director of the Outpatient Evaluation Unit. His duties included examination of individuals charged with major felony crimes in the State of Michigan to determine the issue of legal insanity. His specialties were murders and sex crimes. He has examined over 800 people charged with murder.
Dr. Stock was trained in hostage negotiations at the FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia. Subsequently, he became an invited instructor there, teaching sophisticated communications during hostage takings and lecturing at the Criminal Psychological Profiling School, teaching agents how to develop psychological profiles. He was one of two hundred invited guests from around the world to attend the FBI International Symposium on Terrorism. In 1982, over twenty years ago, Dr. Stock and FBI Agent Frederick Lancley made a presentation at the American Psychological Association Conference on High Technology Terrorism. Dr. Stock presented information on Anthrax, recombinant DNA, and other threats. He has been a consultant to the United States Secret Service on threats to the President of the United States, and has taught interview and interrogation skills to new Secret Service agents at the Secret Service Training Academy. Dr. Stock was trained in forensic hypnosis at the FBI Academy, and he has been a forensic hypnosis consultant to the United States Secret Service.
He has published and presented papers widely in the area of forensic psychology, including presentations at the American Psychological Association annual meetings on such topics as high technology terrorism, criminal psychological profiling, forensic hypnosis, SWAT selection and workplace violence. He has co-authored chapters in books addressing intervention in the events of terrorism and police use of deadly force. Dr. Stock recently gave two presentations at the FBI Academy 's first Symposium on Workplace Violence. He is one of approximately 200 board-certified forensic psychologists in the United States.
Currently, he is a managing partner with the Incident Management Group (IMG). Dr. Stock's specialty is high risk threat assessment in the workplace. Dr. Stock and his group have developed a comprehensive violence prevention program using forensic psychology, linguistic analysis, protective security and deployment of innovative labor and legal strategies to resolve individual cases and executive preventive programs. IMG threat management services are routinely used by Fortune 500 companies and the U.S. government. Dr. Stock guides clients through the intricacies of case handling and presents decision makers with security and psychological assessment strategies and a range of practical management options.
Timothy F Bradley, CPP, CFE - IMG GlobalSecur® Managing Partner
Tim J. Bradley has over 22 years of experience as a federal law enforcement officer, corporate security director and consultant. His area of specialty is the development and implementation of robust security programs to help organizations minimize the potential impact of global threats against their assets, personnel and business operations.
Bradley’s previous assignments have included the development of corporate security programs for large multi-national manufacturing companies with multiple locations worldwide; conducting risk assessments at domestic and overseas facilities; development of travel security, political evacuation and executive protection programs for domestic and foreign corporations; developing and implementing security and contingency plans for overseas and domestic corporate meetings and events; planning and successful resolution for labor disruptions and plant closures around the world; and conducting investigations into workplace violence threats and employee fraud.
Bradley previously served as the Assistant Director of Security at one of the largest public hospitals in the United States. His responsibilities included providing leadership and management for a large security officer force; conducting all internal investigations involving workplace violence, fraud, theft, employee misconduct and other criminal violations; and development of a robust emergency management plan to prepare the hospital to manage the consequences of a terrorist act or natural disaster.
Prior to this, Bradley served as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. His responsibilities included coordinating security measures and crisis response plans for events such as the Oklahoma City Bombing Trial; the G-8 Summit in Denver, Colorado; the 53rd Presidential Inauguration; as well as several major sporting events such as Super Bowls and World Cup Soccer matches. He is also an experienced investigator, having personally directed several successful investigations of internationally-based organized criminal groups and violent street gangs.
Bradley is an Adjunct Professor at several universities and colleges teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Global and Domestic Security Management, Business Continuity, Data Privacy and Security, Security Investigations, Risk Assessments, Terrorism, Homeland Security and more.
Bradley graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. He holds a Master of Arts degree from Webster University with a major in Business and Organizational Security Management. He is Board Certified in Security Management as a Certified Protection Professional, and he is also a Certified Fraud Examiner.