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Robert has dedicated himself to the protection and education of others, which is demonstrated by his educational and professional background. He feels that education whether it be for motorcycle riding, helping others in an emergency situation or just for one’s own knowledge is the key for an interesting life. Robert has a varied professional background such as being a medically retired municipal police officer, a retired training manager for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a Medic First Aid Instructor and course director certified by PADI. In addition, he was a CPR/First Aid instructor for the American Red Cross. He was an Advance Crisis Response Team member certified by the National Organization for Victim Assistance and U.S. Office of Victims’ of Crime. In addition, Robert was trained in the Mitchell method of Critical Incident Stress Management, and Basic and Group Crisis Intervention. Robert holds several college degrees in Criminology, Sociology, Public Administration/Pre-law, and a Master’s Degree in Social Science which means his training was divided between psychology and adult training. Robert taught at the community college level teaching in four disciplines and taught at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, teaching a course in Psychology and a course in Personality Development. Robert is a very active motorcyclist. He is the former Vice President of the local chapter of the Blue Knights International Motorcycle Club and a Head Road Captain with the local chapter of the Harley Owners’ Group. Robert currently rides a 2015 Harley Ultra Limited. He rides and enjoys mentoring others plus believes that “education and awareness of this type of course is the key to injury prevention”! To contact Robert for a class, CLICK HERE.