ATRiM Group Leadership
John is a former police officer, investigator and strategic crimes analyst. At Ottawa, he assisted Canadian and foreign police agencies conduct international criminal investigations, coordinated extradition requests with the Canadian Department of Justice, consulted on fine art and antiquities investigations and conducted threat risk assessments for museums.
Temporary policing assignments included the Air Indian Task Force, the national security program conducting threat risk assessments for foreign embassies in Canada, and the Canadian representative to an international US fugitive apprehension task force in Miami, Florida. Assigned to a national police the national training center, he designed and delivered a "train the trainer's" approach to deliver of money laundering and intelligence analysis in the Czech Republic and Thailand which received an accommodation from the then Ministry of External Affairs and Foreign Trade. He also coordinated a cross Canadian police training program in problem-oriented policing/problem based learning.
Post uniform policing and law enforcement career, he investigated property and casualty insurance frauds, before serving as a counter-fraud consultant to a public health care provider, before joining the ATRiM Group.
Chief Operating Officer
Gary brings many years of private sector project management and business systems experience to the ATRiM Group. He has private sector experience in counter-fraud risk assessment and webinar and in room training design and delivery for countering fraud attacks at the point-of-service by people using fraudulently acquired and stolen credit cards.
Gary is also a specialist in identifying environment conditions in business which demotivate employees in exercising security, and which provide them with rationalizations (excuses) when tempted to do bad things.
In his spare time, Gary is deeply committed as a coach and organized to youth football in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Prevention Science Partners
Greg is an urban planner, criminologist and former police officer; specializing in CPTED. He is co-founder of the International CPTED Association. He pioneered the SafeGrowth® model of community and maintains the SafeGrowth Blog Spot as superior resource for prevention science practitioners.
Greg co-developed Police Training Officer (PTO) and problem based learn programs (PBL) for U.S. Department of Justice. He is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Calgary. In spare moments you’ll find him jamming with other percussionists or hiking the cathedral rainforests of North America.
While an adjunct professor at the University of New Haven, Greg developed the Anti-Terror Crime Prevention Matrix with funding support from the United States Department of Homeland Security; to include Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) in the risk assessment process for critical infrastructure. He is delivers ATRiM Group emotional intelligence workshops; bringing to our team a shared understanding on the influence of affect (emotions) on perception and how emotions influence intuition, judgment and complex decision making.
Mateja Mihinjac is a criminologist and researcher from Slovenia currently completing doctoral researcher at Griffith University, Australia. Her thesis looks into the implementation of crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED). Mateja is certified in SafeGrowth® program and has co-taught SafeGrowth® workshops in Australia, New Zealand and across the United States.
She has studied criminal justice issues in Europe and Australia since 2009. She worked in the Constitutional Court in Slovenia and has extensive computer and analytical skills including database management and geographic information systems. She currently serves and the Executive Directory for the International CPTED Association.