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					                       Northern Region
                       William L. Tenney, CFE, CFI, CFEI
                       Assistant Vice President
                       Northern Regional Director

                       614-348-8152
                       wtenney@uis-usa.com


EDUCATION:        Mount Vernon Nazarene University
                  Excel Masters Program
                  Polaris Campus, Columbus, Ohio
                  Master of Arts in Education, 2004

                  Columbus State College
                  Columbus, Ohio
                  Fire Science 1988 to 1989

                  The Ohio State University
                  Columbus, Ohio
                  Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, 1978

                  Lorain County Community College
                  Elyria, Ohio
                  Police Science Program 1970 to 1974


EMPLOYMENT:       Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.
                  Columbus, Ohio
                  Assistant Vice President, Northern Regional Director
                  October 1, 1996 to Present

                  Miami Jacobs Career College
                  150 E. Gay Street
                  Columbus, Ohio 43215
                  2002 – 2010




Updated 07/2011
EMPLOYMENT (CON’T):

                            INS Investigations Bureau, Inc.
                            Columbus, Ohio
                            District Manager
                            June 1989 to September 1996

                            INS Investigations Bureau, Inc.
                            Columbus, Ohio
                            Special Agent
                            March 1985 to May 1989

                            City of Columbus, Division of Regulation
                            Columbus, Ohio
                            Code Enforcement Officer - Supervisor
                            March 1978 to February 1985

                            The Ohio State University Police Department
                            Columbus, Ohio
                            Criminal Investigator
                            September 1974 to March 1978

                            Huron Police Department
                            Huron, Ohio
                            Police Officer/Youth Services Administrator
                            September 1970 to September 1974

                            Retail Credit Company
                            Sandusky, Ohio
                            Field Investigator
                            October 1969 to September 1970

                            United States Marine Corps
                            Computer Supervisor - Platoon Sergeant (E-6)
                            September 1965 to September 1969


SPECIALIZED TRAINING:

  •   Investigating Motor Vehicle Fires, CFITrainer.Net, June 2011, 4 hours - Tested

  •   NFPA 921 – 2011 Update, Ohio Chapter IAAI, June 2011, 6 hours - Tested

  •   Review of Senate Bill 77, Southern Ohio Fire Investigator’s Assn., March 2011, 3 hours -
      Tested




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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Electricity and The Fire Investigator, Southern Ohio Fire Investigator’s Assn., March
      2011, 8 hours – Tested

  •   Forensic Evidence Collection, Southern Ohio Fire Investigator’s Assn., March 2011, 8
      hours - Tested

  •   Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, March 2011, 6.75 hours

  •   Tactical Training for Fraud Investigators, Central Ohio Chapter of the Association of
      Certified Fraud Examiners, February 2011, 7 hours

  •   Arson Investigation 360, Ohio Chapter IAAI, December 2010, 6 hours

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 2010, 14 hours

  •   Fundamentals of Interviewing, CFITrainer.net, August 2010, 4 hours – Tested

  •   IEDs and Expert Testimony, Southern Ohio Fire and Arson Investigators Assn., March
      2010, 20 hours – Tested

  •   Tactical Training for Fraud Investigators, Central Ohio Chapter of the Association of
      Certified Fraud Examiners, February 2010, 7 hours

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 2009, 14 hours

  •   Arc Mapping Basics, CFITrainer.net, August 2009, 4 hours – Tested

  •   Postflashover Fires, CFITrainer.net, July 2009, 4 hours – Tested

  •   Fire and Explosion Investigations: Utilizing NFPA 1033 & 921, CFITrainer.net, July
      2009, 4 hours - Tested

  •   Scientific Method for Fire and Explosion Investigation, CFITrainer.net, July 2009, 3
      hours – Tested

  •   MagneTek: A Case Study In The Daubert Challenge, CFITrainer.net, July 2009, 2 hours
      – Tested

  •   Physical Evidence at the Fire Scene, CFITrainer.net, July 2009, 4 hours - Tested



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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Digital Photography and the Fire Investigator, CFITrainer.net, July 2009, 4 hours -
      Tested

  •   Introduction to Evidence, CFITrainer.net, July 2009, 4 hours - Tested

  •   Interviews and O&C, Southern Ohio Fire and Arson Investigators Assn., March 2009, 20
      hours - Tested

  •   Tactical Training for Fraud Investigators, Ohio Investigators Assn., & Ohio Chapter
      Certified Fraud Examiners, February 2009, 7 hours

  •   Advanced Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators,
      November 2008, 8 hours

  •   Vehicle Fire Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assn., March 2008,
      20 hours – Tested

  •   2008 Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, March 2008 – 7 hours

  •   Tactical Training for Fraud Investigators, Ohio Investigators Assn., February 2008, 7
      hours – Tested

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 2007 – 14 hours

  •   Emerging Trends in Fraud Investigation and Prevention, Central Ohio Chapter of
      Certified Fraud Examiners, May 2007 – 16 hours

  •   Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents, New Mexico Tech., March
      2007, 3 hours – Tested

  •   Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings, New Mexico Tech., March 2007, 4 hours –
      Tested

  •   Bombing Investigations & Meth Labs, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assoc,
      March 2007, 20 hours – Tested

  •   Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators,
      March 2007, 7 hours

  •   Beyond the Numbers: Professional Interviewing Techniques, Association of Certified
      Fraud Examiners, March 2007, 20 hours – Tested


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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Tactical Training for Fraud Investigators, The Ohio Investigators Assn., February 2007,
      6 hours

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 2006, 14 hours

  •   Finding the Truth: Interview and Communications; ACFE, July 2006, 20 hours - Tested

  •   Investigation of Meth Lab Fires, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigator’s Assn.,
      March 2006, 20 hours – Tested

  •   Private Investigations, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigator’s Assn., February 2006,
      12 hours – Tested

  •   Report Writing, White Collar Crime, Anti-Fraud Task Forces, Ohio Investigators’ Assn.,
      5 hours

  •   Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings, New Mexico Tech, Evendale, Ohio, October
      2005, 4 hours - Tested

  •   Kinesic Interviewing, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assn., March 2005,
      24 hours – Tested

  •   Fraud Magazine CPE Quiz, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, March 2005,
      10 hours – Tested

  •   Fire & Subrogation Investigations, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc., May 2005,
      6 hours

  •   The Fraud Trial, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, June 2005, 20 hours – Tested

  •   Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire Investigators Seminar, October 2005, 16 hours
      – Tested

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 2005, 16 hours

  •   Fire & Subrogation Investigations Seminar, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.
      January 2004, 6 hours

  •   ESGR Ombusdman Training, National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard &
      Reserves, January 2004, 15 hours



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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Advanced Level Kinesics, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assn., March 2004,
      24 hours - Tested

  •   Investigation of Modular & Mobile Home Fires, Ohio Chapter IAAI, May 2004, 20 hours
      – Tested

  •   Emerging Trends in Fraud Investigation & Prevention, Ohio Chapter of Certified Fraud
      Examiners, May 2004, 14 hours

  •   Arson Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Association, March 2003,
      20 hours – Tested

  •   Emerging Trends in Fraud Prevention, Central Ohio Chapter of Certified Fraud
      Examiners, May 2003, 8 hours

  •   Professional Investigator’s Course, National Association of Legal Investigators, October
      2003, 8 hours

  •   Fire Investigation Techniques, Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire Investigators
      Seminar, October 2003, 16 hours – Tested

  •   Fire & Subrogation Investigations Seminar, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.,
      April 2002, 6 hours

  •   Arson Investigation, Midwestern Ohio Fire Investigations Seminar, June 2002, 14 hours -
      Tested

  •   Fire Investigation Techniques, Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire Investigators
      Seminar, October 2002, 16 hours- Tested

  •   Kinesic Interviewing and Interrogation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators
      Association, November 2002, 8 hours - Tested

  •   WMD Response Training, US Department of Homeland Security, October 2002,
      8 hours – Tested

  •   Fire & Subrogation Investigations Seminar, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.
      February 2002, 8 hours

  •   Arson Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assoc., March 2002, 16
      hours - Tested




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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Modern Techniques of Fire & Arson Investigator, Tennessee Chapter IAAI, August
      2001, 32 hours - Tested

  •   Hazardous Waste Operations Update, OSHA, August 2001, 8 hours - Tested

  •   Fire & Subrogation Investigations Seminar, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.,
      September 2001, 5 hours

  •   Appliance Fire Seminar, Perry County Fire Task Force, November 2001, 8 hours –
      Tested

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 2001, 8 hours

  •   Arson Detection, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigator Assoc., March 2001, 16 hours

  •   Fire & Subrogation Investigations Seminar, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.,
      April 2001, 8 hours

  •   Arson & Fire Investigation, Oakland County Arson & Fire Investigators, April 2001, 12
      hours – Tested

  •   Investigation of Watercraft Fires, Ohio Chapter IAAI, May 2001, 4 hours

  •   Arson Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assoc, August 2001, 7
      hours

  •   Arson Detection, Northern Ohio Arson Seminar, February 24 & 25, 2001, 16 hours

  •   Investigation of Gas & Electric Appliance Fires, Fire Findings, May 2000, 16 hours-
      Tested

  •   Fire Investigation Techniques, IAAI, Grand Rapids, MI, May 2000, 40 hours

  •   Arson Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assoc., September 2000,
      6 hours

  •   Investigating By Computer, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, November 2000,
      20 hours – Tested

  •   Arson Detection, Northern Ohio Arson Seminar, February 2000, 8 hours




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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Arson Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assn., March 2000, 16
      hours

  •   Arson & Fire Investigation, Oakland County Arson & Fire Investigators, March 2000, 12
      hours - Tested

  •   Fire Investigation, Nevada IAAI, May 17-21, 1999, 28 hours

  •   Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assoc., Portsmouth, OH, June 1999, 16 hours

  •   Ohio Arson School, Ohio Chapter, IAAI, August, 1999, 36 hours – Tested

  •   Fire Investigation Techniques, Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson Seminar, October
      1999, 16 hours - Tested

  •   Hazardous Materials Refresher Course, December 1999, 8 hours - Tested

  •   Explosives Training, Ohio Chapter, IAAI, April 1999, 4 hours

  •   Explosives Training, Ohio Chapter, IAAI, May 1999, 4 hours

  •   Annual State of Ohio Arson School, August, 1998, 36 hours

  •   National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications, Fire Investigator, March,
      1998

  •   Hazardous Materials Refresher Course, Haz-Chem Safety Services, October 1998, 8
      hours - Tested

  •   Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire Investigators Seminar, October 1998, 16 hours
      – Tested

  •   Criticism and Discipline Skills For Managers, American Managers Assn., May, 1998, 6
      hours

  •   Arson Investigation, Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Association, 1998, 16
      hours

  •   Southern Ohio Fire & Arson Investigators Assoc. , Portsmouth, Ohio June 20, 1997, 18
      hours

  •   Hazardous Materials Technician Refresher, Haz-Chem Safety Services, Columbus, Ohio
      1997, 8 hours - Tested


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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Accidental Fires & Subrogation Seminar, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.
      September 11, 1997, 4 hours

  •   Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire Investigators Seminar, October, 1997, 16
      hours

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, NSPII, November 1996, 16 hours

  •   Fire and Explosions Seminar, National Association of Fire Investigators, March 1996, 39
      hours – Tested

  •   Hazardous Materials Refresher Course, Chemical-Safety Consultants, August 1996, 8
      hours – Tested

  •   Hazardous Materials Supervisor Training, Chemical-Safety Consultants, August 1996, 8
      hours- Tested

  •   Hazardous Materials Refresher Course, CH&A Corporation, August 1995, 8 hours -
      Tested

  •   Motor Vehicle Theft and Fraud, Ohio Auto Theft Investigators Association, September
      1995, 24 hours

  •   Advanced Insurance Fraud Seminar, National Society of Professional Insurance
      Investigators, November 1995, 16 hours

  •   Explosions/Fatal Fire Deaths Investigations, West Virginia IAAI Seminar, March 1995,
      12 hours

  •   Advanced Explosive Technology, Bombings, Terrorism Trends, Bomb Threats &
      Hazardous Devices, West Virginia IAAI, March 1995, 8 hours

  •   Update for Hazardous Waste Operations, Haz-Chem Safety Services, January 1994, 8
      hours – Tested

  •   Specialized Fraud Training, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, August 1994, 16
      hours

  •   Effects of Thermal Stress on Concrete, Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office, January 1993, 5
      hours

  •   Arson Detection, Northwest Ohio Arson Seminar, November 1993, 16 hours



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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Arson Detection, Ashland University, February 1992, 16 hours

  •   LP-I Basic Gas, University of Suburban Propane, March 1992, 36 hours - Tested

  •   Determination of Odorants in Natural Gas and LPG by Hand Pump and Stain Tube, July
      1992, 4 hours

  •   Annual Refresher Training for Hazardous Waste Site Worker, Haz-Chem Safety
      Services, November 1992, 8 hours – Tested

  •   Electrical Fire Investigation School, INS Investigations Bureau, Inc., October 1991, 8
      hours

  •   National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, November 1991, 16 hours

  •   Hazardous Materials Technician Training, Georgia Institute of Technology, November
      1991, 40 hours - Tested

  •   Fire Investigation Class taught at Allegheny County, PA, Fire Academy, January 1991, 8
      hours

  •   Computer Generated Graphics & Fire Investigations Class taught at Philadelphia Fire
      Academy, January 1991, 8 hours

  •   Cincinnati Regional Arson and Fire Seminar, October 1991, 16 hours

  •   Southern Ohio Arson Seminar, Vehicle Fires, May 1990, 24 hours - Tested

  •   GAB Basic Property School, July/August 1990, 80 hours – Tested

  •   Southern Ohio Arson Seminar, May 1989, 16 hours

  •   Northwestern Ohio Arson Seminar, October 1989, 8 hours

  •   National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, November 1989, 16 hours

  •   Annual State of Ohio Arson School, August 1988, 40 hours

  •   Annual State of Ohio Arson School, August 1987, 40 hours

  •   Greater Cincinnati Crime Prevention Auto Theft & Fire, October 1987, 8 hours




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SPECIALIZED TRAINING (CON’T):

  •   Greater Cincinnati Regional Fire & Arson Seminar, October 1987, 16 hours

  •   Western Ohio Arson Seminar, January 1986, 16 hours

  •   Northern Ohio Arson Seminar, February 1986, 16 hours

  •   Ohio Auto Theft Seminar, September 1986, 24 hours

  •   Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire, October 1986, 16 hours

  •   National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, October 1986, 8 hours

  •   Traffic Accident Reconstruction, Northwestern University, December 1986, 80 hours -
      Tested

  •   Fire Investigation Classes, Western Michigan University, May 1985, 40 hours

  •   Fire & Arson, Rutgers University, June 1985, 40 hours

  •   Annual State of Ohio Fire School, August 1985, 40 hours

  •   Ohio Auto Theft Seminar, September 1985, 24 hours

  •   Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire, October 1985, 16 hours

  •   National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, October 1985, 8 hours

  •   Housing Inspection, University of Wisconsin, June 1979, 24 hours

  •   Zoning, University of Wisconsin, November 1979, 16 hours

  •   Auto Larceny, Ohio State Highway Patrol, June 1977, 24 hours - Tested

  •   Special Weapons & Tactics Training, OSU SWAT Team, 1974 to 1978 – Tested

  •   OSU Bomb Evaluation Team, FBI, 1974 to 1978, 80 hours - Tested

  •   Ohio Peace Officer Training Council, 1971, 400 hours - Tested




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CERTIFICATIONS:

    Certified Fire Investigator (Certificate # 01-046) – IAAI

    Certified Fraud Examiner (Certification #23355) – ACFE

    Certified Fire & Explosions Investigator (Registration #5024-1184) – NAFI

    Certified Fire & Explosion Instructor (Registration #5024-1184I) - NAFI


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
    National Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

    International Association of Arson Investigators

    Ohio Chapter International Association of Arson Investigators

    Michigan Chapter International Association of Arson Investigators

    Pennsylvania Chapter International Association of Arson Investigators

    National Fire Protection Association

    National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators

    Ohio Auto Theft Investigators Association

    Columbus Claims Club

    Southern Ohio Claims, Past President

    National Association of Fire Investigators

    Southern Ohio Fire and Arson Investigators Association, Secretary/Treasurer

    International Association of Marine Investigators

    National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialists, Inc.,
    Member # 38109

    International Association of Bomb Technicians

    National Committee for Employer Support Of the Guard And Reserve



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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (CON’T):

    International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators

    Ohio Investigators Association

COURT TESTIMONY:
    Testified in court as an expert witness in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, New
    Jersey, and Puerto Rico.


EDUCATION COURSES TAUGHT:
    Fire Investigations (48 hours), The Academy, October – December 2007

    Interview and Interrogation (48 hours), The Academy, July – September 2007

    Criminal Law and Evidence (48 hours), The Academy, April – June 2007

    Criminal Law and Evidence (48 hours), The Academy, January – March 2007

    Introduction to Private Security (48 hours), The Academy, October – December 2006

    Introduction to Private Investigations (48 hours), The Academy, October – December
    2006

    Accident Investigations (2 classes – 96 hours), The Academy, October – December 2005

    Surveillance and Stake Outs (48 hours), The Academy, October – December 2005

    NFPA 921 Fire Investigation Class (48 hours), The Academy, July – September 2005

    Criminal Case Management (48 hours), The Academy, July – September 2005

    Introduction to Criminal Justice (48 hours), The Academy, April – June 2005

    Corporate Espionage (48 hours), The Academy, April – June 2005

    Introduction to Criminal Justice (48 hours), The Academy, January – March 2005

    Accident Investigation (48 hours), The Academy, January – March 2005

    Fire & Arson Investigation (48 hours), The Academy, October – December 2004

    Insurance Fraud Investigations II (48 hours), The Academy, April – June 2004

    Insurance Fraud Investigations I (48 hours), The Academy, January – March 2004



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EDUCATION COURSES TAUGHT: (CON’T):

    Surveillance and Stake Outs (48 hours), The Academy, October – December 2003

    Accident Investigations (48 hours), The Academy, July – September 2003

    Specialized Investigations (48 hours), The Academy, April – June 2003

    Criminal Investigations (48 hours), The Academy, September – December 2002

    NFPA 921 Guide for Fire & Explosion Investigations (48 hours), The Academy, July-
    September 2002




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