2016 Program and Biographies

CSI Option 2

The ninth annual CSI Symposium was held at Norwich University on Tuesday, April 19 and Wednesday April 20, 2016 in Dole Auditorium Ninth Annual CSI Symposium

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Keynote speaker: George H. Brauchler (18th Judicial District, Colorado)
  “The Colorado Movie Theater Shooting: Prosecuting a Mass Murder Capital Case”

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

9:00 am – 9:50 am Samuel G. Worth ’87 (NCIS)
  “Mission Overview: Naval Criminal Investigative Service”
10:00 am – 10:50 am John (Jay) T. Fallon (NEHIDTA)
  “The Task Force: A Critical Concept in 21st Century Law Enforcement”
11:00 am – 11:50 am Frederick Ryan (Arlington, Mass., Police Department)
  “Opiate Outreach Initiative – A Plan of Action to Combat the Opium Epidemic”
1:00 pm – 1:50 pm Spencer Krupp ’11 (Burns & McDonnell)
  “Internal Threats: A Case Study in Corporate Security Asset Protection”
2:00 pm – 2:50 pm Robert Colatarci ’95, M’03 (Experis)
  “Anti-Money Laundering and Fraud in Banking”


Special Agent Samuel Worth ’87 was selected as the Principal Executive Assistant Director for Management and Administration, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), in October 2011. He is responsible for the daily oversight and management of business operations including financial, logistical, facilities, human capital, acquisition, administrative, information technology, planning and evaluation, policy development, and other functions that support NCIS operations. Special Agent Worth began his career with the former Naval Investigative Service (NIS) in January 1989 at the NIS Resident Agency in Camp Lejeune, NC. He served in a variety of organizational assignments and mission areas, both within the United States and overseas, including as Special Agent Afloat deployed aboard the USS America (CV-66) (1993-1994), desk officer at NCIS Headquarters (1998-2000) and Supervisory Special Agent, NCIS Resident Agency in Sigonella, Sicily (2000-2003). As the Personal Security Advisor to the Secretary of the Navy from 2003-2004, Special Agent Worth planned and executed all personal protection measures involving the Secretary and briefed the Secretary and senior staff on criminal, terrorist and foreign intelligence threats associated with the Secretary’s activities and travel. Special Agent Worth graduated Magna Cum Laude from Norwich University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. Special Agent Worth’s awards include the DON Distinguished Civilian Service Award and the DON Meritorious Civilian Service Award.

George H. Brauchler was elected District Attorney in 2012 for the 18th Judicial District (JD), the most populous in Colorado. Mr. Brauchler has prosecuted nearly every type of crime, including the felony cases arising from the Columbine Massacre; conducting the mock cross examination of the victim in the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case; and – most recently – as lead prosecutor in the trial of the Aurora Theater Massacre. He has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado, University of Denver, and the U.S. Army JAG School, and has trained state and military prosecutors across the United States and worldwide. Mr. Brauchler’s past experience includes working as a Deputy District Attorney, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, military prosecutor, and just prior to his election, the Chief of Military Justice – the chief prosecutor for Fort Carson, the 4th Infantry Division, and the U.S. Division North in Iraq. Currently, Mr. Brauchler is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Colorado Army National Guard. He began as Cadet Brauchler on an Army ROTC Scholarship at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he ultimately rose to the rank of Cadet Battalion Commander. During his time in the U.S. Army Reserve, Mr. Brauchler has held positions as Trial Counsel, Administrative Law Officer, Operational Law Officer, Chief of Legal Assistance, and, most recently, Regional Defense Counsel for the largest geographic region in the country. He has been mobilized twice since 9/11. In 2015, Mr. Brauchler transferred from the U.S. Army Reserve to the Colorado Army National Guard.

John (Jay) Fallon has been the Executive Director of New England High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (NEHIDTA) since May 2007, following a brief assignment as Deputy Director. Prior to that, he was a Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI. He was assigned to the Boston Division of the FBI in 1986, following previous assignments in Atlanta and Philadelphia. During his FBI career, his investigative focus was on Violent Crime matters. As a Supervisory Special Agent, his duties included coordination of Drug Program matters for the Boston Division and supervision of all investigative matters and personnel for the State of New Hampshire. As the Executive Director of New England HIDTA, Mr. Fallon interacts with an 18 member Executive Board comprised of federal, state and local law enforcement leaders. New England HIDTA is comprised of over 20 initiatives throughout the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. He has served in the past as the Chairman of the Training Committee and Strategic Planning Committee for the HIDTA Program, and currently serves as the Chairman of the HIDTA Directors Committee, acting as liaison between HIDTA Directors nationwide and the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Mr. Fallon is a native of Jersey City, New Jersey. He received a BS degree in Animal Husbandry from Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pennsylvania and a MA degree in Administration from Temple University in Philadelphia.

Frederick Ryan has been a police officer since 1984 and has served as Chief of Police in Arlington, Massachusetts since 1999. He holds a Master’s degree from Framingham State University in public administration and Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Chief Ryan is a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia and has studied at the Law Enforcement Command Institute at Babson College. In 2013, Chief Ryan completed the State & Local Government Executive Education program at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government. He is a 1981 graduate of Arlington High School where he was a student athlete and Greater Boston League Football All-Star. Chief Ryan is an active member of the FBI National Academy Associates, the Massachusetts Major City Chiefs of Police Association and sits on the Executive Board of the Greater Boston Police Council. He is as a promotional assessor for the Massachusetts Human Resources Division (HRD), and has served as an assessor on dozens of criminal justice promotional panels.

Spencer Krupp ’11 serves as a Facility Security Specialist for Burns & McDonnell’s Corporate Security Department. Mr. Krupp was most recently the Account Manager for Securitas Security Services USA, the guard force contracted services to Burns & McDonnell. Mr. Krupp brings over seven years of experience as a Physical Security Specialist and over a decade of military experience, providing calculated leadership and guidance in all areas of Physical Security. He is currently scheduled to become ASIS Board Certified as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP). While serving with the U.S. Marines Mr. Krupp developed an extensive knowledge of force and site protection development and procedures. These developed through a combat deployment to the Al Anbar Province of Iraq and three humanitarian aid and training development deployments to Honduras, Peru and the Dominican Republic. During his military career he has held various positions such as Sergeant of the Guard responsible for compound protection of 110 Marines and over 200 million dollars’ worth of equipment. He is a 2011 graduate of Norwich University.

Rob Colatarci ’95 M’03 has over 21 years’ experience within the Financial Services sector and serves as the National Anti-Money Laundering Working Group Lead and Subject Matter Expert. His assignments are related to business project management and include compliance, operational research and systems analysis, risk analyses and assessments, data analysis, continuity and disaster recovery planning, crisis and emergency management, project budgets, the support of research for corporate policy and procedural development, and the reporting and tracking of audit findings. Additionally, Rob has extensive experience creating and delivering reporting materials for Senior Management, Boards of Directors, and Regulators. He is certified by the Association of Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). He is a 1995 Graduate of Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets with a BS in Accounting and Management and a 2003 Graduate of Norwich’s inaugural MBA class.



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