For nearly 20 years, security expert and law enforcement professional Chris Grollnek has been immersed in the study and application of protective measures in the military, police, and private sectors. Chris Grollnek performs his work with a rich history in security training and risk management consulting. Chris Grollnek creates lasting value in Consulting's services, which currently includes victims and lawyers representing clients of malicious prosecutions. Chris Grollnek continues advising in the area of defense training in such areas as critical incident response, workplace violence, corporate security. Chris Grollnek is recognized as a top security consultant who has testified before sub committees of the Senate Ways and Means Committee regarding needs of counterterrorism training in 2002. Chris Grollnek serves as Secretary of the International Association of Undercover Officers, Inc. http://www.undercover.org/officers.html
Prior to consulting, in 2003, Chris Grollnek was sworn in as a member of the McKinney Police Department assigned to the patrol division advancing quickly through the department. Serving in each division of the agency, Chris has an impressive background of police experience. Early in his career, Chris worked with the gang unit, illicit narcotic street interdiction, and was selected ahead of several peers and supervisors to work in the highly coveted position as a narcotics detective. In 2007, Chris Grollnek was promoted to the rank of Corporal filling a sergeant billet for the patrol division power shift. Chris served with the departments part-time Special Weapons and Tactics Team in nearly every position from 2005 through mid 2008 and again in 2009 through his retirement in September 2011. The positions Chris held on the team included; permitter, entry team member, advanced tactics and firearms instructor, shotgun breacher, rural terrain tactics instructor, and training coordinator.
Chris Grollnek graduated the ILEA school of Professional Standards, Ethics, and Internal Affairs as a certified investigator. Chris has been awarded multiple merit awards and unit commendations for his tireless efforts in community safety endeavors including the Police Shield for bravery during a critical incident.