Richard Morman

Deputy Chief of Police (Retired)
Ohio State University Police

Richard has vast special event security planning and management experience including, planning, managing and serving as the Incident Commander for events ranging from collegiate football games with attendance of 105,000 spectators, to other smaller events.
Richard currently serves as the Section Chief for the Homeland Security Contingency for Ohio State University football games. He holds a security clearance and is the Terrorism Liaison Officer for Ohio State University police. He also serves on the executive committee for the Central Ohio FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Richard has over twenty years of experience in planning and coordinating executive protection details involving United States Presidents, Presidential candidates, visiting foreign heads of state, and other dignitaries. He has also coordinated a Basic Dignitary Protection School in addition to developing training curriculum and instructing in the area of Dignitary Protection.   
Richard has presented at National Conferences and is considered a subject matter expert on the topics of fan behavior and celebratory rioting, large venue security, special event security planning and management, and executive protection. Richard attended The Ohio State University, graduated from the Police Executive Leadership College, graduated from the 225 session of the FBI National Academy, and holds a certificate in Law Enforcement Education from the University of Virginia.

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