Consultant, Stalking Prevention, Awareness and Resource Center of AEquitas
Mark is a 25 year veteran of the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department and has 21 years of experience of investigating interpersonal violence and gender based crimes, while being assigned to the Domestic Abuse Response Team, The Grants to Encourage Arrests Program, and the St. Louis Regional Domestic Violence Prevention Team. Mark specifically focused on investigating incidents of domestic violence, stalking, violations of Orders of Protections, rape and other sex crimes, while assigned to the three specialized units. Mark has nine years experience as a supervisor with the Technical Operations Group within the Greater St. Louis Major Case Squad. The Greater St. Louis major Case Squad is a multijurisdictional task force which primarily focuses on investigating incidents of homicide. Mark is a consultant with the Stalking Resource Center, which is part of the National Center for Victims of Crime. As a consultant with the Stalking Resource Center, Mark developed and facilitated trainings across the country to various police departments, advocacy groups, prosecutors, and judges. Mark is also an Officer for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center Consultant. Mark is an instructor with BK Forensics and facilitated trainings associated with their Mobile Phone Search and Seizure Certification Program. Mark routinely facilitates trainings at the local, state, and national level. Mark is an adjunct trainer with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and created a Cyberstalking curriculum for FLETC in 2010. Mark is his ninth year serving on the Board of Directors at St. Marta’s Hall, a shelter for abused women and their children.