About Us

Roger Nisley

Currently he provides executive protection services, corporate security consulting, security risk assessments, crisis management and event security management to corporate clients.  He was the FBI’s SAC (Special Agent in Charge) of the Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG), Quantico, Virginia, (covering critical incidents occurring nationally and internationally, including child abductions, hostage taking/barricade situations, and terrorist incidents).  His responsibilities included management of daily operational and administrative activities for app. 300 personnel, average annual budget of at least US$70M, and infrastructure for: the FBI Hostage Rescue Team (HRT), Attorney General Protection Detail, Crisis Negotiation Unit, Crisis Management Unit, Aviation Special Operations Unit, Rapid Deployment Logistics Unit.

He directed CIRG operational deployments including those to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (Hurricane Marilyn); to Jordan, Montana (81-day Freeman standoff); to San Juan, Puerto Rico, (high risk drug raids); to Atlanta, Georgia (6 weeks of 1996 Summer Olympics)’ to Washington, D.C. (for Presidential Inauguration as the primary Federal response to any hostage and/or terrorist incident); to St. Martinsville, Louisiana, (prison riot/hostage taking crisis); to Kosovo (as On-Scene Commander for two separate deployments, to conduct crime scene investigations on (ICTY); and to numerous other high risk/high profile critical incidents.

Prior FBI responsibilities included, among others, being the commander of the U.S.’s only full time law enforcement counter-terrorist team, the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team; being responsible for all FBI personnel transfers; FBI Inspector; head of FBI office in WV, ASAC Richmond, VA.