A retired United States Secret Service Special Agent (1982-2003), Mr. Brenner last served as the Agent in Charge of the Santa Ana, California Office. He offers a diversified background with over 43 years of experience in the fields of major events coordination, executive protection, and criminal investigations.
Mr. Brenner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Law Enforcement Administration from Western Illinois University. He served as a Police Officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. His Secret Service career included an assignment to the Presidential Protective Division at the White House. He has conducted and led complex protection advances, internal investigations, and criminal investigations while assigned to field offices in Washington, D.C., Las Vegas, Nevada, Los Angeles, and Santa Ana, California.
Mr. Brenner has protected six Presidents as well as numerous foreign dignitaries in the United States and throughout the world.
Mr. Brenner also recently retired as Federal Agent from the Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Investigations Division, in San Diego, CA. He formerly held a position with the Federal Bureau of Investigation- Border Corruption Task Force, and was the TSA Assistant Federal Security Director of Law Enforcement in Phoenix, AZ. Accomplishments and responsibilities include security facilities management, emergency preparedness, anti-terrorism intelligence, criminal and civil investigations, business and law enforcement liaison, and internal employee integrity.
Since his retirement from the Secret Service, Mr. Brenner has worked in the private sector providing security consulting to corporations, including major events security and logistics at NFL Super Bowls in 2008, 2011, and 2014, fraud investigations (civil and criminal), workplace violence–prevention / intervention, facility site security, executive / VIP protection, stalking investigations, and threat assessments. Additionally, he is a recognized expert in the fields of financial fraud, identity theft, counterfeit obligations, threat assessment, physical fitness, and firearms training.