AELE Expert Witness/Litigation Consultant Listing
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Name: Edward Mamet, CPP, CFE
Current employer: President, ECJM Consultants Inc.
Address: PO Box 1559 - Cooper Station New York, NY 10276
Telephone: (212) 475-8215
(1) Relevant prior and part-time employment, with dates:
Feb. 1959 to October 1998 NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Captain of Police
Held various line and staff positions throughout the department. Served in the Detective Bureau for twenty years in a variety of positions, from Detective to Captain. Most recently the Commanding Officer, Criminal Intelligence Section, Intelligence Division. Executive Officer of four patrol precincts and the Highway Patrol. Formerly, a division commander within the Office of the Deputy Police Commissioner for Community affairs.
Nov. 1987 to Oct. 1988 NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL
Division of Investigation
Assistant City Personnel Director for Investigations
While on leave from the NYCPD, managed a division of over 100 100 employees responsible for 45,000 cases of character, education and experience investigations. Analyzed and developed procedures relating to a computerized, investigative case management system.
Jan. 1981 to Sep. 1984 NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Office of Professional Discipline
Director, Division of Investigation
While on leave from the NYCPD, managed a statewide staff of investigators and support personnel dispersed among seven regional offices. Investigated over 6,000 cases a year of misconduct committed by licensed professionals.
(2) Degrees and relevant special training:
(3) Other professional activities, etc.:
Management and Administration
Captain, New York City Police Department.
Assistant City Personnel Director for Investigations, New York City Department of Personnel.
Director of Investigations, Office of Professional Discipline, New York State Education Department.
Extensive law enforcement background with particular emphasis on investigations. Specialist in case management. Twenty years in the Detective Bureau of the New York City Police Department as a Detective; Sergeant, Supervisor of Detectives; Lieutenant, Commander of Detectives and Captain. In depth knowledge of administrative investigations acquired while on two leaves of absence to other government agencies.
Adjunct Instructor, College Accelerated Program for Police. New York Institute of Technology, Greenvale, New York.
Lecturer, Criminal Justice Center. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, New York
Faculty Member, Division of Social Studies. Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, New Jersey
Security Guard Instructor. State of New York Division of Criminal Justice Services
Administrative Study Consultant and Assessor: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. (Law Enforcement Accreditation Program)
Instructor: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (Security Guard Program)
Assessor: Commission On Accreditation For Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. (Law Enforcement Accreditation Program)
Guest Commentator: MSNBCTV, Court TV, Channel 9 TV, WEVD Radio, WNYC Radio and Pacifica Studio Radio. (Police Practices and Law Enforcement Issues)
Licensed Private Investigator: State of New York
International Association of Chiefs of Police
American Society for Industrial Security Certified Protection Professional #2824
American Association for Professional Law Enforcement
American College of Forensic Examiners Inc.
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Certified Fraud Examiner
Awarded twenty-three citations for bravery and outstanding police work as well as three Educational Achievement Citations. The 1993 recipient of the coveted Theodore Roosevelt Association Police Award as well as the 1997, New York State Division of Parole Law Enforcement Recognition Award.
(4) Retainer information:
Appx. number of times retained by claimant's counsel: 59
Appx. number of times retained by defense counsel: 6
(5) Names, addresses and telephone numbers of attorneys who may be
contacted as references:
Dudley Gaffin, Esq.,
New York, NY 10007
Frederick K. Brewington, Esq.,
50 Clinton Street,
Hempstead, NY 11150
Kenneth P. Davie, Esq.,
334 Harrison Avenue,
Harrison, NJ 07029
Gregory Abbey, Esq.,
16 Court Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11241
Johathan S. Abady, Esq.,
545 Madison Avenue,
New York, NY 10022
(6) Publications that contain your paid advertisements (since 1996):
New York Law Journal
The National Law Journal
New York Trial Lawyer Association expert witness register
(7) Usual and customary fee:
INITIAL CONSULTATION AND EVALUATION: $200.00 PER HOUR To determine the merits of case on preliminary review of available material. Hourly rate applies for in person consultations.
REPORTS: $200.00 PER HOUR Site inspection, investigation, research, review of reports, depositions grand jury transcripts and report writing.
DEPOSITIONS AND TRIALS: $2000.00 PER DAY/PART Fee including travel time to be paid at the time of deposition or trial. **If scheduled deposition or trial is cancelled and notification is not made at least forty-eight hours in advance, it is understood that a $400.00 fee will be invoiced. Deposition may be conducted in New York City to avoid travel time (portal to portal).
CONSULTING: $200.00 PER HOUR Assistance with trial preparation and general security matters.
TRAVEL:Round trip advanced, prepaid, business class is required on all flights out of the major airports in the New York City area unless written authorization is given to expend funds on behalf of client. Lodging, meals, ground transportation and other miscellaneous expenses that are necessary and reasonable will be invoiced and payable within ten business days. Use of private vehicle will be invoiced at forty-five cents per mile.
ASSOCIATED EXPENSES Police reports or prior incidents (if available), telephone calls, tolls, express mail, fax and other confidential sources of information, if any, will be invoiced.
(8) AREAS OF EXPERTISE AND EXPERIENCE
Note - Letter codes used in front of the subject mean:
[ T ] Testified in court or at depositions on the subject;
[ R ] Retained as a consultant, but have not testified on the subject.
[ Q ] Qualified to testify or consult on the subject, but have not served as a paid consultant.
[R] Administrative Negligence (failure to direct,
[T] Agency policies, practices and customs.
[T] Batons, flashlights and other impact weapons.
[T] Deadly, force; shooting avoidance and alternatives.
[Q] Employee dishonesty investigations.
[R] Failure to protect specific persons (domestic violence, witnesses, etc.)
[R] In-custody inmate/prisoner suicide (and prevention methods).
[R] Inadequated premises security (guards, CCTV, locks, lighting, etc.)
[Q] Insufficient or inadequated training.
[T] Positional restraint asphyxia.
[Q] Prisoner transport, restraints, handcuffing and hog-tying.
[T] Retention of a known unfit employee or negligent entrustment of a weapon.
[Q] Search and Seizure.
[R] Standards for discipline, internal affairs procedures, (in) adequate punishment.
[T] SWAT techniques, hostage and barricade situations.
[Q] Use/protection of confidential informants.
[R] Vehicle Pursuit & emegency response policies and techniques.
[T] Custodial interrogation.
[T] Investigation practices and procedures.
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