Everett is responsible for working with law enforcement agencies across the state of Maryland to assess and identify any potential risk that may hinder the reputation, safety, security and operation of their organization. Once risks have been identified, assessed and evaluated, he then creates processes and procedures to ensure that the client is fully prepared to deal with any potential threats through educational and training programs. He conducts detailed risk assessments by analyzing documents, statistics, reports and community trends. Everett also assesses member’s risk management policies and protocols to ensure that they are compliant with all local, state and federal laws and Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission’s mandates.
Everett holds a dual BA from Winthrop University in Political Science and Mass Communications. He retired at the rank of Major from the Prince George’s County Police Department after 22 years of service where he held command positions in training, narcotics, community relations, district stations, headquarters and the press information office. Prior to joining LGIT, Everett was appointed as the Executive Director of the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission where he worked closely with Law Enforcement Leaders and State Legislators to oversee and improve the accreditation process for Police Officers.