Denise Rodriguez King has over eight years of experience in the criminal justice field. While at CNA, Rodriguez King has supported exercise programs, conducted preparedness assessments, incident reconstructions, and law enforcement After Action Reports for a number of federal, state and local level projects.
Rodriguez King has evaluated a number of exercises including the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency’s (DC HSEMA) City Wide Exercise Series Full-Scale Exercise (FSE) and Functional Exercise (FE) as well as the Incident Command response in DC HSEMA Command and Control FSE and Tabletop Exercise (TTX). She has also authored and contributed to a number of After Action Reports (AAR). Some of these After Action Reports include the DC Command Control FSE AAR and TTX AAR, the DC Department of Health AAR, and the DC Community Preparedness Seminar Series AARs.
In addition to her preparedness exercise experience, Rodriguez King has analyzed and provided research support on a number of police involved critical incidents for the Tampa Police Department, Baltimore Police Department, and the Las Vegas Police Department. These critical incidents include topics such as officer involved shootings and the use of deadly force. In addition to reviewing department policy and procedures against national standards and best
practices, she has also conducted over 70 interviews of police commanders, police officers, and civilians involved in these critical incidents. Her analysis and research support has provided these police departments with lessons learned and recommendations.
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