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Corporate Smokejumper: Security and Protection

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Sy Alli has 30 years of professional experience in the security industry.  His experience includes 10 years as a USAF Security Specialist and 20 years in the private security and investigative fields. 

In the private sector, Alli has served as both a Security Consultant & Security Manager for several International Cos.  Alli has provided Personal Protection to over 20 Fortune 500 CEO’s. He has also provided Diplomatic Protection Services for individuals such as former US Vice President Al Gore, Former US Attorney General William Barr, Former British Prime Minister John Major, Former Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev, South Africa’s Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu &  several Saudi Royal Family members.

Alli served as Chief Criminal Investigator from 1991-1998, in the District of Columbia's Superior and Federal Court.   Alli has also served as Security Advisor for multiple high profile events.  These events include The 2006 World Bank/IMF meetings in Washington D.C., the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. 

While stationed in West Germany,  Alli participated in numerous VIP Protection details for visiting dignitaries.  In 1985,  Alli was selected for the protection detail for Former President Reagan’s visit to Bitburg, Germany.  He was one of few USAF members selected to train with the elite counter-terrorism unit, Germany's GSG-9. 

Alli has an Associates in Criminal Justice from The Air Force Community College. He is an Honors Graduate of 17th Air Force Noncommissioned Officer Leadership School. He has served as a Board member of Pittsburgh, ASIS International. Mr. Alli is also a member of The State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council.

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