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In this show Patrick welcomes Kemp Freund. Kemp is an experienced and field-tested leader in both law enforcement and military operations, crisis management, training and threat assessments. Kemp first entered public service as a United States Army Military Policeman in 1970. After his initial service he transferred into the Maryland Army National Guard and was hired as a Patrol Officer with the Howard County, Maryland Police Department. Kemp held many positions in media relations, criminal investigations, schools, youth activities and child abuse investigations. In 1984-85 he served on the National Law Enforcement Exploring Committee as the National Advisor Liaison. After his police retirement in 1994 he continued to serve in the National Guard. In his civilian career he began working with public safety software companies in product analysis of computer aided dispatch and records managements systems. He also worked in sales and business development in that industry. Staying active in the Guard he served as the Command Sergeant Major at battalion and brigade level positions to include several years as the Non commissioned Officer School Commandant for The Maryland Regional Training Institute. His career postings included multiple assignments to Europe to work with former Soviet Bloc and communist-trained armies of nations that were working to gain admission into NATO. From 2005 to until his military retirement in 2011, Freund returned to being a full-time Soldier serving in a combat assignment in Eastern Afghanistan as an advisor to both the Afghan National Army and Police. Upon his return home he trained National Guard Soldiers for deployments to conflict areas. He currently serves as a Military and Public Safety Consultant to the Federal Business Council. Kemp resides with his wife in Maryland and has three grown daughters and five (soon to be six) grandchildren.

Kemp is also heavily involved in an upcoming event called SafeCon. SafeCon stands for Securing Academic Facilities in Every Community Conference. The conference is open to law enforcement, educators and other first responders designed to keeping our schools and communities safe. This informative and educational conference is going to be held in Orlando, FL on November 19-20, 2019. You can check it out here:



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