Hale Guyer, Special Investigator (ret)
Investigator Guyer is a retired Special Investigator with over 32 years of law enforcement experience, and 9 years as a licensed Private Detective specializing in cyber-crimes.
He is recently retired after 14+ years as an Adjunct Professor at the College of Dupage's Suburban Law Enforcement Academy and is currently a consultant for the Office for Victims of Crimes as a Training and Technical Assistant.
For over 20 years he has been designing and instructing courses certified through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board on such topics as: Identity Theft, Cyber Stalking, Computer Fraud, Cyber Terrorism, Confidence Crimes, Cyberbullying, Investigating Crimes on Craigslist and Investigating Crimes Against Seniors.
Hale has presented over 100 classes attended by over 2,000 law enforcement officers representing Federal, State, County and Local Law Enforcement Agencies. In addition he has appeared at several speaking engagements before Senior and Triad groups and financial and other business employees.
Hale is the recipient of the Governor's Award for Excellence for personal achievement in law enforcement training, and an Award for Excellence from the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy, College of Dupage, along with the John Edgar Hoover Memorial Gold Medal for Distinguished Public Service Award.
He has multiple appearances throughout the United States and the U.K, and has appeared on CourtTV, TechTV, Superstation WGN, and on numerous local media outlets.
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