“Andrew’s experience in the law enforcement and environmental fields along with his investigative and technical skills will be a great asset to our growth in the United States," said Logan Pierson, president of SmartWater CSI.
McClenahan will work closely with all levels of law enforcement and corporate security by providing equipment and training in the use, detection and evidence collection relating to SmartWater forensic products. He will also assist the public safety sector in detecting, deterring and apprehending suspects.
McClenahan served in various capacities with the Tallahassee Police Department before joining the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Prior to joining SmartWater CSI, he retired as an Investigative Captain in the Office of the Inspector General for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. During his career, McClenahan logged more than 2,500 hours of training, and specialized in conducting highly sensitive technical and internal investigations.
McClenahan has a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from Florida State University.
About SmartWater CSI, LLC
SmartWater is a crime deterrent and asset protection system in the form of a clear liquid which contains a unique forensic code that is invisible except under ultraviolet black light and can be scientifically analyzed to identify a rightful owner. Utilized in the UK for more than 15 years in the residential, commercial, and public safety sectors, SmartWater has a proven track record for achieving significant reductions in crime by as much as 72% and has played a significant role in more than 1,200 successful criminal convictions. Major organizations such as British Telecom, Shell Oil and others are protecting their metal and cable infrastructures with SmartWater. Insurers in the UK are offering it to their policy holders.
For more information, visit www.SmartWaterCSI.com or call 954-315-3938.