Mr. Ernest C Weber
Corrections, Jails & Prisons Consultant
159A Jerusalem Avenue
Massapequa NY, 11758
Over three decades of experience in the field of corrections. Intensive line and top management experience in one of the largest local correctional facilities in the United States.
BIO / Resume / CV:
Expert witness and consultation services are provided through an experience level of hands-on, actual experience to an extent that you will rarely find in experts in the field. Experience spans more than three decades starting as an entry level correction officer and being promoted through all supervisory and management ranks to assignments as chief of staff, chief of investigations and chief/dep. undersheriff commanding one of the largest new generation correctional facilities in the nation. Additional experience includes the management of the Department Legal Division, which resulted in extensive experience in working closely with attorneys and consultation services provided to clients locally and across the nation. Education includes a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice/Behavioral Science and numerous professional certifications in all areas of corrections management and operations. Please keep in mind that juries want to see real life experience, not theory. My extensive real-life experience in correctional management, in providing professional testimony and in working closely with attorneys can help add to the credibility of your case. A resume and further information is available upon request. Criminal Justice Consultant and former Corrections Manager providing consultation and expert witness services including case review, case analysis, case investigation, case preparation and testimony for cases involving all phases of jail and prison procedures, operations administration and management. Expert in all in-custody matters. Examples include the following: suicide, use of force, security, escapes, assaults, in-custody deaths, media relations, staffing, fiscal management, personnel matters, discrimination, inmate classification, training, overcrowding/capacity, inmate care, inmate rights, conditions of confinement, protective custody, inmate supervision and more. Extensive experience working with attorneys in the federal, state and local courts for plaintiff and defendant matters. In addition to providing expert witness and consultant services, I can also assist you in risk reduction and all correctional management, operational and training matters. Please connect to my Web Page noted above for further information.
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