Edward Bergin (M.S.) has over 32 years of law enforcement experience and currently serves with the Anne Arundel County Police Department in Maryland as Police Major in charge of all uniformed patrol officers. (Approx. 450 officers). . He previously served with the Howard County Police Department and United States Capitol Police. Edward has held several positions in law enforcement, and in his current position as a Bureau Commander, he has commanded several units to include; Criminal Investigations, Narcotics/Vice, Special Operations, School Resource Officers, 911 Center, Crime Lab, Evidence Collection, Police Personnel, Management Planning, Central Records, Property Management/Quartermaster and Animal Control. In 2014, he was selected as the first member of the department to be a Visiting Fellow at the International Chiefs of Police (IACP). During his fellowship with IACP, he has worked primarily on management/staffing studies traveling across the nation assisting police agencies reorganize their departments through extensive studies of their staffing levels, operations and policy revisions. Edward was also the lead researcher on two notable IACP projects, Crime Associated with Casino Gambling and Police Responses to Persons with Mental
Edward holds a Master of Science Degree from Johns Hopkins University and is a graduate of the 225th Session of the FBI National Academy. He is also currently guest lecture on leadership at the FBI National Academy.