With three decades of on-the-ground police experience, fraud investigation, undercover work and crisis management, former detective John Gooley now brings his “exceptional” skills to the Philadelphia area’s U.S. Security Care (USSC), the firm recently revealed.
Gooley spent over 28 years with Lower Merion Township’s police department in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, serving in various capacities from patrol officer to surveillance. He holds several professional certifications and accreditations as well as a master’s degree in criminal justice from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
“John brings exceptional experience to address the needs of our clients,” Richard Wolfson, U.S. Security Care president, said. “His ability to organize, plan and, above all, lead is key to our plans for client recruitment in the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond.”
The firm utilizes highly trained agents from law enforcement, military and federal security sectors.
USSC maintains offices in Philadelphia, New York, Miami and Princeton, New Jersey, providing a wide range of dependable services from audits to crisis management. The company offers seminars to help minimize risk and avoid workplace violence; provides pre-employment screenings and investigations; and supplies executive and asset protection for businesses and corporate executives. Its security services cover public, private and corporate events.
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