IAPSC Welcomes New Member, Robert Nordby, MS-ACJS, CPP
Robert Nordby has served in senior leadership roles for corporations in the fields of healthcare, education, and financial services. These roles included serving as the Manager of Security (CSO) for a multi state regional healthcare system, and most recently as Manager of Enterprise Safety and Security (CSO) of a company operating career colleges in twenty-five states where Nordby was responsible for more than 200 properties.
Prior to moving to the private sector Robert also served in leadership roles as a sworn law enforcement officer for local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. One of the roles included that of Police Operations Major where he was responsible for overseeing all physical security and police department operations for the Department of Defense Police for a large military installation.
Additionally, Robert has extensive experience developing and instructing education programs in the fields of criminal justice and security. Specifically, Robert has held the roles of Wisconsin State Patrol Academy master instructor as well as Program Chair for a state-funded law enforcement academy.
In addition to being a graduate of the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy, Robert also holds a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration as well as having graduated from the prestigious Gavin de Becker Advanced Threat Assessment Academy. Robert holds the certification of Certified Protection Professional (CPP) issued by ASIS International.
Robert has extensive experience working with criminal analysis intelligence in addition to his vast knowledge of access control database analysis. Robert has utilized this knowledge to work with several organizations to identify and provide solutions to security system failure points and security system process rebuilds.
Robert has shared his expertise at several professional conferences including ASIS International’s Global Security Exchange (GSX), the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) and several other professional organizations where he speaks on topics including workplace violence prevention, active shooter response, and other security related subjects.