SSI Guardian advanced training needs to become the norm not the exception.
– Todd K. Evans
Todd currently serves as Chief with The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office and was the Chief of Police for the Fountain Police Department from 2010 to 2015 before returning to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. Evans left the EPSO at the beginning of 2007 where he was assigned to the Administrative Services Division in the position of Training Director of 600+ employees as well as supervising the Police Training Academy. He has worked and supervised in several assignments such as Patrol, Gang Unit, Swat, K-9, Plain Clothes Special Enforcement Unit, Hi-Intensity Community Oriented Unit, Investigations and Training Units. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of New Mexico.
As a Tactical Team Operator, Sergeant and then Commander he oversaw all operations and conducted numerous operations with/for Federal Agencies (ATF, FBI, ICE, Secret Service), Military installations (Air Force Academy, Ft Carson, Schriever Air Force Base, Peterson Air Force Base), Multi-National (NATO), as well as State and Local Law Enforcement. He was a member of the Colorado POST subject matter expert board for Advanced Officer Training. He has instructed/presented at various Law enforcement courses on SWAT Operations and Gangs, including: the 2004 National Tactical Officers Association Conference, the Texas Tactical Police Officers Association Annual Conference in Austin Texas, the Rocky Mountain Tactical Team Association Conference, and the Southwest New Mexico SWAT Association Conference in Las Cruces, NM., the Colorado District Attorney’s Conference and the 2005 U.S. Department of Justice Conference in Kansas City (Gun Interdiction Unit). These presentations included the tactics utilized in the capture of the “Texas Seven” fugitives in 2000.
Todd has also worked executive protection for major Hollywood stars traveling throughout the world as the travel team leader. This included spending 2 months in Africa at the World Cup working with the U.S. Soccer Federation. While attending college Todd spent 4.5 years with the Albuquerque Public Schools System as Campus Security. He has volunteered as a security director with the Colorado Springs Christian Schools and is a former member of the Colorado Springs Archdiocese School Safety Committee. Todd is currently a board member with the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) and serves on the following local boards: Pikes Peak Community College Law Enforcement Board, YMCA SE/Armed Services branch Board and the Colorado Drive Smart Board.