Rich Marianos

Adjunct Professor
Georgetown University

Mr. Marianos began his career with the ATF in September 1987, in the Chicago Field Division where he worked on complex-gang investigations, and was recognized as a national expert using the continuing criminal enterprise and RICO statues to dismantle some of the most dangerous street gangs in America. High-profile projects Marianos has lead include the 1998 Columbine High School shooting, where he served as the lead Incident Commander and coordinated the ATF's investigation, and in 2001 when he was selected to supervise the Joint Terrorism Task Force at the Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. In addition to serving as a senior law enforcement consultant, Marianos is currently a professor at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he teaches masters level Protective Intelligence courses.

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