Patrick Regan is President of AMIC. Before coming to AMIC, Mr. Regan held a variety of management positions with the N.Y.S Division of Criminal Justice Services. Mr. Regan holds a Master's Degree (M.A.) from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a Bachelor's Degree (B.A.) from the State University of New York at Geneseo. Mr. Regan is a certified trainer through the Department of Homeland Security, Office of Domestic Preparedness in State Homeland Security Mr. Regan serves as an adjunct instructor with Texas A&M University providing train-the-trainer sessions for Strategy Development to State and local emergency responders across the country. He also conducted Jurisdiction Direct Deliveries and Data Entry Sessions for local jurisdictions. Mr. Regan has also completed the National Fire Academy Course on Emergency Response to Terrorism, The Department of Homeland Security, Computer Security and the National Incident Management System and Responding to Terrorist Bombings.
Mr. Regan's experience with the Division of Criminal Justice Services included serving on the Governor's Task Force on Weapons of Mass Destruction from March 2000 to September 2002. In addition, he holds a certificate as a police officer. He has completed programs in New York State's Leadership Classroom Program, the New York City Police Department's Auto Crime School and COMPSTAT Conference on Managing Crime. He has taught high school in New York City and served as a police officer in Westchester County.