Clint Rand, MS is the Director of the Center for Law Enforcement Research, LLC a consulting firm and research center focusing on innovative solutions to contemporary problems facing law enforcement officers and law enforcement agencies today.

After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, Clint spent thirty years in law enforcement as a sergeant and prosecutor with the Hampton, New Hampshire Police Department, a Trooper with the Massachusetts State Police and a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He was a member of the FBI’s first SWAT team in New York City, a helicopter rappel instructor, a physical fitness instructor and as a police instructor he taught courses in police academies, the FBI’s National Academy and universities around the country.

After retiring from the FBI, Clint joined the criminal justice faculty at Saint Anselm College, coached the varsity ski teams and chaired the research committee of the New England Community/Crime Prevention Partnership (NECP2).

Clint has a BA from the University of New Hampshire, he attended Boston University School of Law and graduated from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. He has an MS from Northern Illinois University where he is a doctoral candidate in educational psychology.

He is the author of Inside Law Enforcement in America and the 47 Squad: The Beginning of the Decline of the FBI which will be available in the fall.