A security professional with nearly 40 years of experience, Stan Perez has worked with major agencies such as the United States Air Force (USAF) and the California Highway Patrol (CHP). With the USAF Military Police for almost nine years, he maintained responsibility for intrusion detection systems at the largest nuclear storage depot in the United States. After joining the CHP, Stan Perez served as a Chief, managing law enforcement efforts in 13 counties with a population of approximately 3.4 million. In this position, he oversaw a workforce of 1,100 employees and directed 19 field commands.
Highly honored for his work with both the Air Force and the state of California, Stan Perez has received two California Assembly Resolutions of Commendation, a California Senate Resolution of Commendation, and four Commissioner’s Unit Citations. In addition, he was awarded three Air Force Commendation Medals and was named Air Force Serviceman of the Year.
Currently, Stan Perez operates his own company, consulting with public safety officials on matters of safety and performing investigative work. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Columbia College and is working toward completing a master’s degree in the same field.