We are pleased to announce that Bob Pence (retired FBI) officially joined the SIAC team November 1st. Many of us have known and worked with Bob for many years now. We see him at virtually every law enforcement meeting we attend (typically representing another client).
Though his primary focus for SIAC will be Colorado, where he resides, he has a vast network of law enforcement contacts, expanding and enhancing those that Glen Mowrey brings to us. As with retired chiefs Tom Sweeney and Chuck Brobeck, Bob will act as a SIAC representative for select opportunities.
During 30 years with the FBI, Bob served in a number of supervisory and executive positions, retiring as the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of FBI offices in the Rocky Mountain states with Division Headquarters in Denver. Since retirement he has traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad as a speaker and law enforcement consultant in matters involving crime and terrorism. Bob has also served as a media consultant to national TV networks and local media organizations, appearing frequently in matters dealing with public safety issues.
Bob is a member of the FBI National Executive Institute (NEI), International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), and National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA), as well as law enforcement associations in several states. He also serves and has served on a variety of charity, foundation, and law enforcement boards, committees, and councils, including Colorado’s Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Board. He co-chairs the Technical Assistance Committee for the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police and has represented Colorado on the Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice, which advises the Department of Justice, President and Congress on juvenile issues. He is also a Past National Chair of the Coalition for Juvenile Justice, which is headquartered in Washington, DC.
As a member of the Law Enforcement Liaison Council for the American Society for Industrial Security International (ASIS), Bob works on partnership initiatives to bring closer cooperation between the public and private security sectors in the interest of better public safety. In further involvement with the private sector, he serves as an advisor and consultant to certain corporations specializing in public safety products and services. He is a member of the International Speakers Network and past member of the National Speakers Association. SIAC is proud to have Bob join our team and help us continuing building stronger public-private liaisons throughout the country.