Information: A Tool, A Weapon and A Liability

John C. (Jack) Nielsen recently joined our team as a Principal – bringing with him exponential knowledge and experience to our new projects we have recently acquired.

Mr. Nielsen was formerly the Chief of Police and the Commissioner of Public Safety for the City of Albany, NY. Following retirement from the City of Albany, Mr. Nielsen served as a senior adviser with the United States Dept. of State/Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Mission in Haiti and the Mission in Liberia, West Africa. While with the U.S. Mission in Liberia Mr. Nielsen was seconded to the United Nations Mission in Liberia where he served as a Senior Adviser and as Police Commissioner for the 1800-person Police Mission. Following retirement from UN service, Mr. Nielsen returned to service with DOS/INL as Senior Police Liaison Officer with the U.S. Embassy in Liberia. After completing a final assignment as INL representative on a USAID threat assessment team for Embassy preparations for Liberia’s 2017 Presidential elections, Mr. Nielsen returned to the Capitol District where he is Principal for Emergency Management with Aeon Nexus.

On Thursday, 12 October 2017 he was asked to address the Associated Licensed Detectives of New York (ALDONYS)For more than 50 years ALDONYS has worked on behalf of the licensed private investigators, agency licensees and security guard firms of the industry by raising the standards and skills of its members through education, improved standards and awareness. The subject of the discussion was “Information; A Tool, A Weapon and A Liability” – his new position with Aeon Nexus as a leader in the business of designing, building and maintaining systems to supply information via our 311/Non-Emergency Service, Case Management systems for Prosecutors, for Courts and for citizens will provide multiple modules and features to simplify tasks and increase productivity for our many and varied customers from within his previous field.

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