by Randy Rider
Randy Rider began his career with the Douglas County Sheriff office, Georgia in 1974.
received several promotions eventually to investigations.
areas of expertise are extensive having worked crimes from petty theft to murder.
In 1983 he became employed with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice as an investigator, promoted to Principal Investigator.
He eventually moved into the Internal Affairs Unit as an investigator and as a supervisor.
Rider was elected President of the National Internal Affairs Investigators Association in 2005 and stepped down in 2010 having served five years.
He is currently the Chaplain of the organization.
is employed with the Public Agency
Training Council one of the largest police training organizations in the country.
travels the country teaching officers on internal investigations of corrections facilities and first line supervisors on investigations of citizen's complaints.
has experience is police audits.
Over the course of his
has conducted hundreds of investigations concerning abuse, neglect, and use of force by law enforcement officers.
has years of experience in custodial investigations, including numerous investigations involving the highly prevalent but seldom reported cases of inmate on inmate abuse.
has conducted investigations of police personnel for acts of misconduct.
A member of the IACP he worked with the organization on the document "Building Trust between the Police and the Citizens They Serve.
is an advisor on the Leading by Legacy program.
is an advisor to the International Chiefs of Police and the Department of Justice Community Oriented Policing Services.
Randy is a columnist for Officer.com as the internal affairs author.
published the weekly NIAIA newsletter for five years.
currently publishes the riderreport a police newsletter.