Ron Brown is a retired United States Secret Service Agent (USSS). While with the USSS Mr. Brown worked an array of investigations, including identity theft, counterfeit money, money laundering, embezzlement, protective intelligence, credit card fraud, and protective advance work. He was also a liaison with different federal and state law enforcement agencies, was a member of the Joint Terrorism Taskforce and was a member of a United States Attorney’s Office Identity Theft Taskforce.
During his tenure with the USSS Mr. Brown was a member of both the Presidential protective detail and the Counter Assault Team (CAT). CAT was responsible for stopping any organized assault against the President of the United States, and later Mr. Brown was an instructor for CAT. He was also a firearms instructor and fitness coordinator for USSS.
In addition to his distinguished career with the USSS, Mr. Brown also served in the United States Marine Corps for five years, and ended his career as a Captain. He was deployed to Kuwait and fought in Operation Desert Storm, and was awarded the Naval Commendation Medal and Combat Action Ribbon.
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Shannon Hall earned a Law Degree from the University of Oregon and started her career as Deputy District Attorney for the State of Oregon in Umatilla County for over a year. She was responsible for felony and misdemeanor cases ranging from property to person crimes. Mrs. Hall’s duties included arraignments, pre-trial conferences, plea hearings, trials, sentencing hearings, probation and parole violations and civil commitments.
Mrs. Hall left the District Attorney’s office to become a federal agent with the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS). During her 10 year career with USPIS, Mrs. Hall was a firearms instructor, a MP-5 operator, trained in HAZMAT, including the screening of suspicious powders and forensic sampling, was a member of the United States Attorney’s Office Identity Theft Taskforce, completed bomb training, and a member of the Narcotics Taskforce.
While employed with USPIS, Mrs. Hall conducted a multitude of investigations, including, identity theft, mail theft, burglaries, robberies, assaults, murder, suspicious powders, suspicious mailings, bombs, money laundering, embezzlement, workers compensation fraud and narcotics.
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