Who We Are
Forensic Security & Protection, LLC is an independent security management consulting firm. We are dedicated to providing expert solutions to your security challenges. Our services are unique in that they incorporate the latest research-based approaches to mitigating security risks. We are always looking forward.
Violent acts are threatening workplaces, concerts, and sporting events, from Europe to North America. Forensic Security & Protection, LLC provides employee situational awareness training, prevention strategies, safety audits, and other services designed to protect your organization and venue from a tragic incident.
Meet Jonathan Kremser
Dr. Kremser has led workshops and presented at numerous international crime and security-related conferences. His more recent international presentations include the Stockholm Criminology Symposium, which is organized by the Swedish National Council of Crime Prevention and the Swedish Government, and the International Police Symposium at the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna, Austria, where he discussed coordinated law enforcement and healthcare efforts to address opioid abuse.
Experience and Certifications
Dr. Kremser earned the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation, which is considered the “gold standard” within the security industry. The certification is awarded based upon experience and passage of a rigorous examination that provides an objective measure of an individual’s broad-based knowledge and competency in security management.
In 2020, he earned the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Professional Designation, which is the recognized standard for CPTED practitioners. A CPTED consultant ensures the proper design of structures, schools, and neighborhoods to reduce fear and incidence of crime, leading to an improvement in quality of life.
Dr. Kremser holds a bachelor’s degree from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, a masters in criminology from the University of Ottawa, and a master’s and Ph.D. in criminal justice from Rutgers University.