Topic: “Pulse Nightclub Tragedy: The Investigation and Response”
Description of the topic. A case study on the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
Special Agent Supervisor Daniel Warren, a 20 year veteran of law enforcement, supervised the Public Integrity Squad in Orlando, FL which is responsible for investigating crimes involving public officials within the Central Florida area. This squad is also responsible for the investigation of “officer involved shootings/police use of force” incidents by law enforcement. SAS Warren has investigated and/or supervised over 100 officer involved shootings/use of deadly force incidents to include the Pulse nightclub tragedy on June 12, 2016. Prior to this assignment, SAS Warren supervised the Orlando Economic Crimes Squad, and the Fort Myers Violent Crimes Squad.
As a member of FDLE, SAS Warren has investigated and supervised numerous “officer involved shootings/use of deadly force” incidents and was instrumental in the development of standardized protocols for the investigation of “officer involved shootings/police use of force” incidents by FDLE. SAS Warren also developed and administered the “Missing Link” Initiative which was established to assist local law enforcement with identifying the unidentified deceased in Florida.
SAS Warren began his career in 1996 with the Winter Springs Police Department where he served in a variety of assignments including, Patrol Officer, Detective, and Task Force Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). While assigned to the DEA, SAS Warren conducted numerous upper-level drug trafficking investigations that included wiretaps, conspiracies, and the importation and exportation of illegal drugs.
SAS Warren is currently a certified Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission law enforcement instructor as well as an adjunct instructor with Valencia College and the St. Petersburg College Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT). SAS Warren has been a guest speaker at law enforcement conferences hosted by the Department of Justice and Fox Valley Technical College. SAS Warren was also a faculty member of the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Academies which were conducted across the United States. SAS Warren has instructed thousands of law enforcement officers in firearms, economic crime, courtroom testimony, missing and unidentified person’s investigations, and officer involved shootings/use of force incidents. SAS Warren has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida.
His web site is WWW.POLICEFORCETRAINING.COM