Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: Adam Safeguard
Location: Toms River, New Jersey, United States
Dennis DeMey, Chief Executive Officer at Adam Safeguard, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law enforcement.
A distinguished law enforcement professional, Mr. DeMey has exhibited a more than five-decade long career as a police officer, expert witness, investigator, consultant and author. Today, he excels as the chief executive officer of Adam Safeguard, a full-service New Jersey global investigative agency specializing in fraud, tracking and financial, civil and criminal cases. In his role since 1973, Mr. DeMey is also an expert in litigation investigations and discovery, as well as the architect and owner of the Forensic Abstract, a method to identify fraudulent claims during the discovery process. Likewise, he also doubles as a consultant in the areas of employment, hiring, background checks and more.
Notably, Mr. DeMey served in the U.S. Air Force and felt a connection to the nature of the work in terms of law enforcement and protection. His brother was a police officer and his father encouraged him to follow the same path after he gained exposure to the legal industry through political work. Mr. DeMey desired to remain in the field and graduated from the New Jersey State Police Academy 105th Municipal Class in 1968. From there, he flourished as a police officer in New Jersey for six years, from 1967 to 1973. He is certified in techniques of alcohol management, breathalyzer operation and relations in private detective work.
Reflecting on his illustrious career, Mr. DeMey considers his career highlight to be his ability to testify in every level of every court in the United States. Likewise, in 2014, he received a New Jersey State Police Instructor Certification. He attributes his success to his desire to be his own boss, not allowing others to influence his confidence and following his father’s advice. Looking ahead, Mr. DeMey aims to work on more publications and secure a financial future for his family. Amongst his current written works, he is the author of “Model Policy Criminal Intelligence,” “25 Lessons for Employee Management,” “Don’t Hire A Crook,” Model Policy-Multi Agency Investigative Team” and “The Guide to Litigation Management.”
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