Michael Gordon is a 29-year retired veteran of law enforcement and began his career as a military policeman with the United States Marine Corps in May 1985. Since entering law enforcement Michael has served as a patrol officer, narcotics detective, traffic investigator, intelligence analyst, and law enforcement trainer. Michael has been teaching law enforcement courses since 1990. During his law enforcement career, he’s received over 2,500 hours of specialized police training in a myriad of police disciplines. Michael retired from the Lauderhill Police Department in September 2014.
Since 2012, Michael and Dataveillance have trained numerous private companies on the use of social media for investigations as well as approximately 1,500 law enforcement professionals employed with Federal, State, County, and municipal agencies. In 2013, Michael was invited to teach his Social Media course at Broward College’s Institute of Public Safety.
Michael is a State of Florida certified intelligence analyst and in 2012 he helped create and develop the Open Source Social Media Course for FDLE’s first ever state-recognized Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Academy (FLEAA). As well, he has instructed the class since its inception.
Michael was a guest speaker at the 8th Annual Homeland Security conference in November 2013 and has had several articles about his personal training published in the media and magazines.
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