Rick served a total of 29 years in Nevada law enforcement
with two different agencies. During his
career with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Rick served in a variety of
positions including jail operations, patrol, investigations, coroner
investigations and SWAT. With the Nevada
Department of Public Safety, Rick served in the Investigation Division – Major
Crimes Unit, Nevada Threat Analysis Center, Office of Professional Responsibility,
and Polygraph Examiner. Rick was trained
as a polygraph examiner after retirement and went back to work for DPS as an
examiner for three more years.
Prior to entering law enforcement, Rick served as a “Green
Beret” for the US Army 5th Special Forces Group where he was part of
a hostage rescue “A” Detachment. Rick
was responsible for explosive entry for the team as well as a weapons
specialist. Twenty-three years later,
Rick joined the Nevada Air National Guard’s 152nd Airlift Wing,
where he served as a Security Forces Craftsman for four years.
Rick holds a license as a polygraph examiner and he conducts
law enforcement pre-employment testing for a variety of agencies in
Nevada. Rick is the third generation of
four generations of soldiers in his family, as well as the second generation of
three to have served in law enforcement.
Raymond Flynn retired from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department after almost 33 years. During that time he rose from police officer to Assistant Sheriff. During his career he had worked a variety of assignments to include, patrol, crime prevention, hostage negotiator, academy staff, K-9, traffic, SWAT, organized crime, human resources, and Chief of Detectives. During his 10 years as an Assistant Sheriff he commanded the Investigative Services, Special Operations, Technical Services, Detention Services, and Professional Standards Divisions.
Mr. Flynn was the department's chief lobbyist during the Nevada Legislature and represented the Major County Sheriffs' Association lobbying on behalf of the D-Block (National Public Safety Broadband Network). He also was a member of DHS- SAFECOM executive committee, the Public Safety Alliance, and FirstNet's Public Safety Advisory Board.
He obtained his Associates Degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice (NY, NY), Bachelor of Science Degree from The College of the Southwest (Hobbs, NM) and a Masters of Arts in the Administration of Justice from the University of Alaska- Fairbanks. He also attended the FBI National Academy and Harvard University's Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Governments.
Mr. Flynn is the member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), National Sheriffs Association (NSA), Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO), FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA), Nevada Sheriffs and Chiefs Association (NSCA), and the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF).
Tammy Nixon joined the security industry with Guardsmark in Long Beach California in the summer of 2000 after serving 12 years in the United States Navy as a Seabee. While in the military Tammy served on several committees such as: Sexual Assault Victims Intervention, Equal Opportunity Board, DARE, and Victims Witness Protection Program.
Additionally, while in the military Tammy was able to obtain her B. A. in Criminal Justice from Chapman University and later received her M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix.
Tammy currently holds the licensing for Nevada for Allied Universal Services Guard Services. Tammy has transitioned over to Allied Universal Services as the Regional Vice President Western Region. The territory covered in this Region is: New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada.
Tammy enjoys her family, her dog, reading and running.
Robert “Bobby G” Gronauer
Robert “Bobby G” Gronauer is a decorated United States Marine Combat Veteran of the Vietnam War. He has over 41 years of law enforcement experience, five of which were served with the Baltimore City Police Department and twenty-four years with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD). Throughout his police career, assignments included corrections, patrol, detective bureau, and he retired as a Sergeant. Upon retirement from the LVMPD, Mr. Gronauer was elected as the Las Vegas Township Constable and served three four-year terms. He is currently a small business owner and highly motivated to expand his business. Mr. Gronauer’s qualifications include comprehensive field training and extensive experience in safety patrol, security details, undercover investigations and public-service activities. He currently holds licenses in the categories of Private Investigator, Private Patrolman and Process Server.