RANDY FOSTER,

Retired Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal (USMS)

Randy Foster has a longtime military and civilian law enforcement career which spans over 25 years on the federal, state and local levels. Before retiring as a Supervisory Deputy Marshal from the U.S. Department of Justice, Foster was promoted to a Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal in charge of 80 Deputies Marshals and administering a budget over one million dollars. His primary duty was to oversee fugitive operations, responsible for prisoner transport, the protection of officers of the court. Foster also responded to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans as a Federal Air Marshal and worked to help save over 3,000 lives. In addition, while serving as a National Guardsman Member, he responded to assist the Honduras government with Hurricane Mitch in 1998.
As a Deputy U.S. Marshal, he protected U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey; investigated Wanted Federal Fugitives; and performed several protection details at the World Trade Center bombing trial in New York.


Approve as an Expert witness in police procedure and shootings, in the Circuit Court of the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit in Florida.


Law Enforcement positions and title

Police Officer

​Juvenile Detention officer

Criminal Investigator

Military Police Officer

Federal Air Marshal

Deputy U.S. Marshal

Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal


Training:

  1. United States Marshals Service Training Academy.(Deputy U.S. Marshal Academy)
  2. Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), in Glynco, GA. (Criminal Investigator Academy)
  3. Fayetteville, N.C. Police Academy (Police Officer Academy)
  4. Federal Air Marshal Academy (Air Marshal Academy)
  5. U.S. Army Military Police Academy. (Military Police Academy)
  6. Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (Protective Action Response Training)
  7. Northeastern Alabama Police Academy,Jacksonville State University(Anniston, AL)

          (Oleoresin Capsicum (O.C.) Instructor Course)


Education:

Texarkana College; Major Criminal Justice  

(Undergraduate Certificate )


Udemy; Effective Expert Witnessing Training - Certificate of completion

Restraint Chair Certification - certified to operate the Safety Restraint Chair




The legal requirements for being an expert witness according to Federal Rule of Evidence 702, expert witnesses must have “knowledge, skill, experience, training, or education” which will “help the trier of fact to understand the evidence or to determine a fact in issue.”


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