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Natalia has spent the past 15 years working in different areas of the medical field and is currently employed with Carolinas Healthcare Systems (CHS) as a Registered Nurse. During this time, she has worked as a Spanish translator in various work related fields.
As a Registered Nurse, she works in the Emergency Department for CHS Cleveland where she handles and assists with patient care ranging from victims of trauma related incidents to non-life threatening conditions. Natalia also serves as one of the few Registered Nurses in Cleveland County, NC to work as a Spanish translator.
Natalia is originally from Colombia, South America and currently lives in Gastonia, NC. She has an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from ECPI University in Charlotte, NC and has numerous hours of continuing education in the Nursing.
Natalia has worked as a translator for numerous state and federal investigations, including but not limited to medical, criminal and civil cases. She has also served as a Records Specialist and assisted with translation in federal drug and capital murder cases.
Ken has worked in NC law enforcement for the past 22 years in various positions. Before retiring as a Captain with the Huntersville Police Department (NC), he spent 14 years in Criminal Investigations, working and supervising approximately 8,500 serious felony cases, in addition to leading investigations of over 150 deaths.
After being promoted to Captain at the HPD, he was the Commander of the Field Services Bureau, where he supervised 57 patrol officers. While handling major incidents occurring in Huntersville, he gained experience in preparing media releases and making command decisions, limiting the department’s liability. Ken has experience in crime scene processing, interview and interrogation, and case management. He is also knowledgeable in homicides, sex assaults, robberies, frauds, arsons, and thefts -- with experience in testifying in both State and Federal courts.
Ken graduated from Western Carolina University, in Cullowhee, NC with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. In addition, he has received three Associate’s Degrees from Central Piedmont Community College, in Charlotte, NC. He was one of the original members to serve on the American Academy of Applied Forensics Board of Directors.
Over the course of his career in law enforcement, he has attended approximately 2,500 hours of training in various areas, with a large majority concentrating on Leadership and Investigation. He graduated from the National Fire Academy and completed the NC Justice Academy’s Criminal Investigator’s Program.
Carl Robbins served as the Town of Mooresville (NC) Chief of Police from 2008 until his retirement in December of 2015. He began his career with the Mooresville Police Department in 1994 as a detective. During his 21 year career in Mooresville, he served in various capacities including supervision of the Criminal Investigations unit.
While serving as chief, the Mooresville Police Department earned the distinction of achieving National Accreditation. Robbins and his department were recognized for their focus on service to the community, collaborative efforts with community stakeholders, community partnerships and successful crime prevention initiatives. Robbins also served as a Regional Director for the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police and is the former coordinator of the local crime stopper board.
Before joining the Mooresville Police Department, he served as a police officer in his hometown of Cornelius, North Carolina. In addition to his experience with the Cornelius Police Department, he also spent time as an on-call investigator with the Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner’s Office in Charlotte. While serving in that capacity, he assisted in the investigation of homicides, suicides, accidental and equivocal deaths. He also served as an Adjunct Instructor for Mitchell Community College in Statesville and taught various curriculum courses in Criminal Justice, including a course in Criminalistics.
Carl graduated from Presbyterian College and received his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Alabama. He participated in additional post graduate work in Leadership and Management at the University of Louisville. He is a graduate of the 113th Session of the Administrative Officers Course through the Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville and of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Carolina Command College. His training and experience in policy development, administrative investigations and cold case investigations have contributed to his focus on professionalism and effectiveness. Through training and practical application, he is also well versed in recruiting, hiring and retaining police officers.
Reggie Pou has spent over 25 years in law enforcement, starting as an Agent/Officer with Mecklenburg County ABC and progressing to Senior Agent/Officer, before retiring as a Sergeant. During his career, he supervised up to 12 officers. He has worked with Local and Federal agencies dealing with ABC offenses, drug laws, gambling laws, employee theft, and fraud -- affording Reggie a very diverse career.
Reggie worked with Charlotte/Mecklenburg Vice and Narcotics for five years, with two and a half years working with Narcotics K-9 Unit. There, he assisted with search warrants and street/highway interdiction, as well as provided demonstrations for the public. He is certified as a Gambling Expert and a Non-Tax Paid Alcohol Expert. He also has experience in testifying in both State and Federal courts.
For five years, Reggie operated a Protective Service business for jewelers and diamond brokers who came to the area to sell their products. During the 2012 Democratic National Convention, Reggie assisted the U.S. Secret Service with security for the Presidential Detail.
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Trooper Emmons is a native of Morganton, North Carolina and a graduate of Freedom High School, where he completed his secondary education. Following his secondary education, Trooper Emmons attended North Carolina Central University where he majored in Physical Education and later joined the U. S. Army where he served 8 years active service completing tours of duty in both Asia and Europe.
Upon completion of his Military Service in 1985, Trooper Emmons was hired by the North Carolina Highway Patrol, where he attended the North Carolina Highway Patrol Academy in Garner, North Carolina. Upon completion of the Academy, Trooper Emmons was assigned and stationed in Mecklenburg County (Charlotte), North Carolina. During his career, Trooper Emmons received numerous awards and recognitions for exemplary service. In 1996, he attended the Executive Protection Academy, where he was placed on the Governor’s Protection Unit, and provided protection for the Governor of the State of North Carolina. During his service, Trooper Emmons also provided Executive Protection to the Governors of numerous other States, as well as to State Dignitaries, Ambassadors, Presidents and numerous Presidential Candidates.
In 2008, following more than 30 years of service, Trooper Emmons retired from the State of NC Highway Patrol receiving the Long Leaf Pine Award, North Carolina’s most distinguished award for service to the State. Today, Trooper Emmons maintains his certification as an Executive Protection Professional and utilizes his training and experience in support of the law enforcement community, continuing his commitment and lending his knowledge and expertise to colleges and training programs specializing in Law Enforcement Training and Executive Protection.
Trooper Emmons resides with his wife of 18 years in Charlotte, NC and is a proud father of a daughter, and a grandparent of two beautiful granddaughters, Abryia and Gianna.
Wes has worked for Pineville Police Department for 26 years in different capacities. Just recently retired as a Sgt. over the criminal investigations unit supervising the Criminal Investigations unit, K-9 unit, and the vice narcotics unit. Promoted to Sgt. in 1996 and ran a patrol shift up to 2004 when he was reassigned to CID. From 2004, Wes attended several undercover schools and criminal investigations classes from the N.C. Justice Academy.
During the years from 2004 to retirement in 2017, Wes worked as an undercover police officer investigating gambling case, drug cases, and vice operations. Wes worked hand and hand with Charlotte Mecklenburg Police, Matthews Police, Gastonia Police, Cornelius Police, Huntersville Police, Mecklenburg County ABC, and other local agencies investigating vice and narcotics complaints.
In 2012, Wes became a Task Force Officer with Department of Homeland Security Investigations. While there, Wes investigated large quantities of illegal narcotics smuggling, Bulk cash smuggling, and Human Trafficking. These cases netted large quantities of cocaine, heroin, U.S. Currency, and Methamphetamine from the mountains of Boone N.C. to Myrtle Beach S.C. While a TFO, Wes worked with FBI, Secret Service, DEA, and ATF in various cases.
Wes graduated in 2010 from Stanly Community College with an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice. During his career, Wes has accumulated over 2000 hours of training in investigations and leadership including Homicide, Arson, Robbery, Sexual Assault, Vice Narcotics, Surveillance Techniques, Forensics, and Crime Scene Search. While a police officer, Wes has investigated hundreds of cases including homicides, robberies, sexual assault, narcotics, arson, and retail theft.
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James R (Randy) Walker has over 40 years’ experience in Law Enforcement and served as a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 21 years retiring in January 2004. During his service in the FBI, Mr. Walker was instrumental in the management, investigation, and prosecution of major high profile cases throughout the United States. He has extensive experience in white-collar crime violations, public corruption, and national security matters. He was the senior examiner and manager of the FBI’s polygraph in North Carolina for 6 years.
Mr. Walker is a military veteran serving in the US Air Force from 1967-71 with a year of service in Thailand supporting the US mission in Vietnam. Mr. Walker is a 1973 graduate of Lander University with a B.S. in Business Administration and a 1978 graduate of Clemson University with a M.Ed. in Personnel Services. His polygraph related education and experience is extensive. He graduated from the Defense Academy of Credibility Assessment (DACA) in 1998. DACA is considered the finest polygraph education facility in the world. In 1999, Mr. Walker completed DACA’s course Examinations of Sexual Offenders and later that year was certified by the American Polygraph Association (APA) as a Polygraph Examiner of Sex Offenders.
Mr. Walker has performed polygraph related services for the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the U.S. State Department and numerous members of the judicial, legal, and business community. During his time with the State Department, Mr. Walker made numerous trips to Afghanistan and Iraq conducting counter-intelligence and counter-espionage polygraphs at the US Embassy including Al Qaeda terrorists involving inter-national security matters.
Mr. Walker specializes in complex results oriented polygraph examinations using the most reliable testing formats and state of the art equipment available. His professional affiliations include the American Polygraph Association, the North Carolina Polygraph Association, the South Carolina Association of Polygraph Examiners and the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He is licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina.
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