John Muffler, U.S. Marshals Service Chief Inspector (Ret.), was the Administrator of the National Center for Judicial Security (NCJS). During his career he supervised fugitive, emergency management and protective missions and lectures globally on leadership, intelligence, threat assessment and management. He conducts justice sector risk assessments for numerous foreign governments to support and strengthen rule of law through judicial and police reform. His professional affiliations include: Advisory Board, Blue HELP; International Association of Chiefs of Police and a committee member for the International Managers of Police Academy and College Training (IMPACT); Executive Committee/Past Chair, Liaison Officers Association of Washington, DC, an international police association in the National Capitol Region; National Sheriffs’ Association; The Association of Threat Assessment Professionals; Past Chair, Executive Advisory Committee, NCJS; Advisory Board, National Center for State Courts; Virginia Center for Policing Innovation instructor; faculty for the National Judicial College and National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. He has an MS from St. Joseph’s University, a BS from Temple University and is an alumnus of the Naval Postgraduate School’s Executive Leaders Program. Published in legal and law enforcement magazines, he consults for Gavin de Becker & Associates as their Director of MOSAIC Threat Assessment Systems; he is the Principal of Aequitas Global Security, LLC, assessing, teaching, and inspiring schools, corporations, police agencies, and institutions on violence intervention and prevention.