TORONTO, February 9, 2012/MILTON, ON- AFI International, North America’s leader in crisis management and response, is pleased to announce that Desmond Taljaard, its national vice president of operations and security services, has been selected as the sole representative for the CSIS at the Provincial Review of Training Regulations for the security industry.
Taljaard was appointed by the society based on his extensive experience and impeccable industry credentials. Prior to joining AFI, he held many high level security roles both in Canada and abroad, including operational air marshal for an international airline, police hostage negotiator and detective inspector in Internal Affairs with the South African police service. Mr. Taljaard has also taught in the Police and Public Safety Institute at Algonquin College in Ottawa and is an active member of the CSIS national capital region chapter.
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