Intelligence integration between Federal Law Enforcement and the Intelligence Community, transnational organized crime, global effects of illicit networks and their centers of gravity, sub-national movements and state sovereignty; insurgencies and their supporting underground movements.
John McCartney serves as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's, Technology Liaison to the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security. He is a former Infantry and Military Intelligence Officer serving 10 years in the US Army in a variety of assignments, including as an advisor to the Iraqi National Police, Ministry of the Interior with the Iraq Assistance Group in East Baghdad and as a key member of US Pacific Command's, Security Cooperation Program, where he built critical partnerships with our allies in the Pacific. After he left the US Army in 2011, he served in numerous assignments within the Department of Defense and US Intelligence Community including the National Counterterrorism Center, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Mr. McCartney also serves as the Executive Director of the Ecosystem Protection Project, an environmental conservation non-profit organization which he founded to combat environmental crime through analytic and data driven approaches.
CRIM 462 Law Enforcement and Homeland Security
CRIM 230 Intro to Homeland Security
MPA, Florida Gulf Coast University
BS, (Criminal Justice), Florida Gulf Coast University
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