Keith Rohman has worked as an investigator in the public and private sectors for 30 years.
As president of Public Interest Investigations, Inc.
(PII) in Los Angeles, he
has been involved in many high-profile cases, including litigation related to the torture of prisoners at Abu Ghraib, allegations of shootings of Iraqis by Blackwater, Inc.
, the trial against Los Angeles police officers accused of beating Rodney King, and numerous capital murder cases.
Mr. Rohman is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, where he teaches fact investigation.
Mr. Rohman currently serves as the court appointed Monitor in the matter of Pierce v. Orange County, et al., a federal ADA class action case filed on behalf of disabled inmates at the Orange County Jail.
He was appointed by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to the Equity Oversight Panel (EOP) of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, a civilian oversight board that oversees Internal Affairs investigations of discrimination allegations at the LASD.
is currently contracted to investigate discrimination complaints against elected officials and high-level County executives with the County of Los Angeles, and was recently selected by the City of Los Angeles as an investigator for the Special Committee on Investigative Oversight
which handles similar investigations.
Mr. Rohman served as the executive director of Los Angeles City Office of Discrimination Investigation, which conducted more than 300 employment discrimination investigations, and provided recommendations to the City Council on restructuring how the City handled these matters.
is holds the office of secretary on the Board of Directors of the Association of Workplace Investigators