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P.O. Box 396
Dover, NH 03821
t: 603-749-2435
f: 804-445-9023

About PPS

PPS is owned and operated by Chiefs Charles D. Reynolds and Robert S. Warshaw:

Chief Charles D. Reynolds police career spans over 50 years, during which he has served as Chief of Police for over 26 years and as Assistant to the Director of Public Safety for the Navajo Nation. Mr. Reynolds has consulted on police organizational and management issues in eighteen states and internationally, including seven years as a principal evaluator with the Oversight Commission for Policing Reform in Northern Ireland. He served as the Independent Auditor for the Consent Decree between the United States Department of Justice and the City of Steubenville, Ohio, and has served on consent agreement monitoring teams involving the New Jersey State Police, the Prince Georgeís County (MD), Detroit (MI) and the Oakland (CA) Police Departments. He also serves as a police practices expert for the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Mr. Reynolds is a Past President and a current member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Board of Directors and is a former member and Vice Chair of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Americanís for Effective Law Enforcement (AELE). Chief Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Science (cum laude) Degree in Criminal Justice and a Masterís Degree in Public Administration (MPA).

Chief Robert S. Warshaw has had extensive experience as a police executive. He rose through the ranks of the Miami, Florida Police Department to become Assistant Chief. He was chief of police on both Rochester, NY and Statesville, NC. He was appointed by President Clinton to serve as Associate Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and was unanimously confirmed by the Senate. He also has extensive experience in monitoring. He is the present Monitor in Oakland (CA) and served as the Monitor in Detroit (MI). He also served on the New Jersey State Police and the Prince Georgeís County (MD) Police Department. monitor teams and as an evaluator with the Oversight Commission for Policing Reform in Northern Ireland.

Chief Warshaw holds a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology from Temple University; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1969 and a Masters in Human Resources Administration, Biscayne College, Miami, Florida 1981.