Instructor Meyerhoff has 26 years of combined professional experience in security management, physical security, law enforcement and military service. Professor Meyerhoff is currently a Doctoral student in Business Administration with a specialization in Homeland Security at Northcentral University. He holds a Master of Arts in Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Systems from Regents College, New York.
Instructor Meyerhoff is board certified as a Certified Protection Professional – CPP since 2001 by ASIS International. He is also board certified in Homeland Security (Certified Homeland Security – IV since 2006) by the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security.
Prior professional experience includes six years with the United States Air Force as an Intelligence Intercept Operator; 13 years with the Federal Protective Service that included positions as a physical security specialist, Branch Chief and Supervisory Special Agent; 2 years as Director of Operations and Assistant Vice-President for a major federal contractor providing security officers for the federal government. Currently he serves as the Branch Chief of Policy, National Training and Accreditation for the United States Mint Police.
While with the Federal Protective Service Instructor Meyerhoff led the agency’s security design projects for new Federal District Courthouses in Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tucson and Los Angeles. Other design projects included major renovations of numerous federal courthouses and border stations throughout the region. In the commercial sector Instructor Meyerhoff provided oversight for and direct management of contracts numbering approximately 1,500 security officers and managers. Currently Instructor Meyerhoff creates and manages policies that provide direction for the day-to-day operations of the United States Mint Police, the United States Mints (Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver and West Point) and Bullion Depositories (West Point and Ft. Knox).