During her police career, she was a field training officer, completed assignments in the detective and crime prevention units, was certified as an Emergency Medical Technician, taught criminal justice and loss prevention courses and received two superior service commendations and two outstanding service commendations.
Glenna is a graduate of the US National Crime Prevention Institute, has been a member of the UK Association of the Chief Police Officer’s (ACPO) Violence Against the Persons committee and served on the Metropolitan Police “Domestic Violence Through to Murder” Working Group at Scotland Yard.
Glenna has studied “face reading” for over 25 years.
For more than a decade she has designed and delivered presentations, seminars, workshops and training programmes on face reading to law enforcement, mental and medical health professionals, government, corporate, voluntary and education groups throughout North America, Australia and Europe.
She also trains extensively on the topic of domestic violence prevention and effective intervention.
Glenna now divides her time between Europe and North America while she continues to travel, lecture and teach internationally. At all times she furthers her commitment to raising awareness and involvement in crime prevention, humanity, integrity, accountability and excellence.
Photo of Glenna by Mike Lawn … www.mikelawn.com