Robert Lee Biography
Robert Lee is currently a police chief and police management expert who travels the nation teaching management, operational and leadership programs at the college level. Robert's programs have been implemented in both large and small venues with equal success and he provides consulting services to both public and private organizations assisting them with audits and guidance with operational changes.
Robert began his law enforcement career in 1986 as a patrol deputy in South Florida. He has worked extensively in both rural and metropolitan environments throughout the years. Robert's assignment history includes patrol services, auto/vessel theft detective, major crimes against person's detective, contraband - forfeiture detective, patrol supervisor, specialized unit supervisor, disaster command post member and police chief.
Robert has always been a part of innovative programs. As part of the initial creation of the Crisis Intervention Team program in South Florida, Robert supervised the training and operations of what had become 50 county-wide deputies whose duties included the diversion of mentally challenged persons from the judicial system into assistance programs that helped to make them productive members of the community. Besides being a noble effort, the program saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in costs to the judicial system.
Robert's educational history includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Studies from Embry-Riddle University with a minor in Computer Science, as well as hundreds of hours of specialized training throughout his twenty-nine year police career.
Robert is the Co-Developer along with Criminal Profiler Pat Brown of The Pat Brown Method of Investigative Criminal Profiling for Major Crimes Detectives. He is the Chief Operating Officer and Lead Course Trainer for the PBICP seminars for law enforcement in the United States, Canada and Internationally.