Title: President, Chief Executive Officer
Company: Personal Security Solutions LLC
Location: Walnutcourt, Pennsylvania, United States
Jeffrey P. Aster, President and Chief Executive Officer at Personal Security Solutions LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law enforcement.
As a law enforcement and military veteran with a combined 44 years of training and real world experience, Mr. Aster is dedicated to keep people safe in an unsafe and uncertain world. He wants everybody to understand and be prepared for the dangerous situations that arise nowadays, which is why he opened Personal Security Solutions, LLC, in 2013. Mr. Aster structured his company into two distinct divisions, protective services and training and education. The former allows clients to hire him or one of his agents as armed security, and the latter teaches clients how to survive on their own. Mr. Aster’s focus is on the mental mindset and defensive skills necessary. He also authored a syllabus on training schools, churches, and businesses on active shooter responses since, in a great number of instances, officers may not get there in time. After the last church shooting in Texas, he offered complimentary training seminars to any church or synagogue in any state.
Mr. Aster was first introduced to law enforcement by his father, a police officer in Philadelphia. Although Mr. Aster didn’t always intend to follow in his father’s footsteps, he felt the field calling him and ultimately chose to pursue it. He proceeded to complete coursework at Bucks County Community College, earn a stated certification for law enforcement and criminal investigation from the Temple University Police Academy, and become a certified firefighter through the Midway Volunteer Fire Company in Pennsylvania. Mr. Aster then spent a few years as a patrol officer, which propelled him into criminal investigations, narcotics, and undercover work. He also served as a combat engineer in the U.S. Army Reserve. In 1990, he was appointed to the attorney general’s office, where he worked for the next 20 years. When Mr. Aster retired, he took a position with the U.S. Department of State and the Department of Defense as a contractor. His role included going to Afghanistan and teaching soldiers and police officers how to do the job, which he considers to be a professional highlight.
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