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Richard A. Woldt, CPP, CFE, Private Detective, ACFEI Homeland Security Level III
Following are courses and certifications completed in 2004 (132 hours):
September 20, 2004 (24 hours) - Completed a 24 hour course on Disaster Recovery, Contingency Planning, Fraud and Scams.
July 2004 (32 hour equivalent): Received my Homeland Security CHS-III certification for Emergency Management/Preparedness, First Responders & Law Enforcement. This certification has a focus on fraud and dishonesty as it relates to the Incident Command System (ICS). 
May 18 through 21, 2004 (28 hours): I volunteered my time and attended the 9th Annual Coastal Empire Alliance Against Fraud Seminar in Jacksonville Florida. This seminar focused on fraud, scams, forgeries, wire transfer fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, etc. It was a four day seminar at which I presented 5 hours on detecting and discouraging internal dishonesty. 
February 5, 2004 (24 hours): Completed course in Disaster Planning offered to first responders in Madison, Wisconsin.
December 1-3, 2004 (24 hours): Received certificate of achievement having completed the basic incident command system (ICS) train-the trainer course offered for emergency government personnel by the State of Wisconsin. This provided me with the basics for teaching the Incident Command System.
Following are courses and certifications completed in 2003 (129 hours):
September 2003 (15 hours): Received my Certification in Homeland Security - Level III from the American College of Forensic Examiners International.
December 2003 (50+ volunteer hours) : Received Certificate of Appreciation for volunteer hours serving as Chapter Chairman for ASIS Madison WI. Chapter. I also served as the vice chair for 02 and the Law Enforcement Liaison for 01, 03, 04, and 05. Also attended re-certification classes at annual meetings each year. 
August 29, 2003 (40 hours) Certificate of Completion from the "Domestic Preparedness and Disaster & Contingency Planning" Course offered for law enforcement by Midwest Patrol and Investigative LLC.
February 1993 (24 hours): Attended a two day workshop on physical security and received this certificate of completion.

Following are volunteer hours offered to the community:
I published a number of local articles and conducted Incident Command System training in Door County through the Door County Advocate during Katrina and Rita. I also conducted training for the VFW Post 8337 in Liberty Grove, WI. Documentation can be provided if needed.
Following are articles and publications written as a volunteer service:
During Hurricane Ivan, Katrina, and Rita I posted a Virtual Incident Command System (ICS) and systematically issued online ICS training to include reporting instructions for First Responders, Directions for Victims, and Instructions for Evacuees: Click here for examples of this volunteer service.  This was systematically distributed to incident commanders throughout the gulf and the Caribbean as well as to emergency government, law enforcement, and municipalities in select Wisconsin counties.

Community Service - Veteran's

Letters of Recognition for Volunteer Service - 2005
From Door County Veteran's Service Officer - Scott McFarland: November 2005...

Mr. Woldt, thank you for all of the volunteer work you have done for veterans.  On behalf of our county's veterans, we very much appreciate the work you have done in support of the veterans community while working with the veterans service organizations on Homeland Security and Incident Command System issues.  Your dedication and professionalism is exemplary.

Best wishes, Scott McFarlane, County Veterans Service Officer.

Scott McFarlane
Door County Veterans Service Officer
920-746-2225 (Office)
920-746-2519 (Fax)

Community Service - Business Community

From Door County Chamber of Commerce for support and assistance members during hurricanes Katrina and Wilma 2005...

December 9, 2005 

Dear Rich, 

A word of thanks for your generous assistance with member concerns during the crisis caused by hurricanes Katrina and Wilma this season.  Your immediate response and extensive knowledge offered the guidance our community needed to make effective contributions to those in need without getting in the way.

Thank you for sharing your expertise with the Door County community and I look forward to working with you to develop a community-wide contingency plan to ensure the safety and well being of our citizens in the event our community should ever face an emergency of our own.

Thank you for being there.




Door County Chamber of Commerce

1015 Green Bay Rd / PO Box 406

Sturgeon Bay  WI  54235



For more information please call me: Rich Woldt

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