Mark WynnTwenty-one year member of the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department – Served as Lieutenant to the Domestic Violence Division – member of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team for fifteen years

He is the recipient of 121 commendations and 51 awards and certificates including the 1995  National Improvement of Justice Award and the 1998 Nashvillian of the Year Award.

He recently received the 2012 Family Justice Center Alliance Lifetime Achievement Award

In 2011 he was awarded the “Visionary Award” by  End Violence Against Women International and the Distinguished Faculty Award by the National District Attorney’s Association

In 2013 he was selected to the Executive Committee of the Nashville Davidson County Domestic Violence Safety and Accountability Assessment – Office of the Mayor

Selected in 1995 as one of the top ten police officers in the United States by the International Association of Chief’s of Police and Parade Magazine

Member of International Association of Chiefs of Police National Strategic Partnership on Violence Against Women – Faculty member to the National Leadership Institute

Consultant to the National Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime.

Consultant to the Department of Justice Office of Victims of Crime – Training and Technical Assistance Center

Adjunct Instructor/Faculty to the  National College of  District Attorney’s conferences on Family Violence for twenty years.

Trainer/Consultant to the American Bar Association International Rule of Law Initiative

1994 Graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy – Session 178

Qualified as “expert” on the issue of family violence in state and federal court

In October of 1995 Lt. Wynn was invited to the White House by President Clinton to deliver a speech on strategies to prevent domestic violence in the United States.

In April 1993 Lt. Wynn was called to testify before Congress for the Energy and Commerce Committee – Subcommittee on Health and Environment. He spoke on the public health issue of violence in the family.

In June of 1994 he testified a second time before Congress going before the House of Representatives’ Committee on the Judiciary on the positive effects on mandatory arrest in incidents of family violence.

Consultant to the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence – Austin, Texas

Past board member to the American Bar Association’s Commission on Domestic Violence.

In October of 1998 he was selected to represent U.S. Law Enforcement before the first United States/Russian conference on Violence Against Women in

Adjunct instructor to the University of Nevada’s National Council of Juvenile and family Court Judges on the issue of family violence.

Co-wrote the Police Officer Standards and Training certified curriculum on Law Enforcement Intervention and Investigation to Domestic and Sexual Violence

Adjunct instructor to the Tennessee Law Enforcement Academy in Nashville

Member of the Nashville Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Member of the National Center for Victims of Crime

Past member of the Domestic Violence State Coordinating Council for development of policy and training curriculum for law enforcement and the courts for the State of Tennessee

Past instructor to the Nashville Metropolitan Police Academy – Recruit and In-Service Courses of Intervention and Investigation of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Advisor-Trainer to the Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Past advisory board member to the Commissioner of Human Services to the State of Tennessee on Family Violence and Child Abuse

Former member of the National Advisory Board to the Department of Justice -Office of Victim’s of Crime on Law Enforcement Response to Family Violence

Featured in the U.S. Justice Department training film “Albuquerque Journal“. This training film, on family violence for field officers, is used in police department’s family violence shelters across the country.

Featured in the California Police Officer Standards and Training Commission (POST) training film on Interviewing Techniques and Domestic Violence Victims

Subject of Dateline NBC’s segment titled “Cries for Help“. This news segment covered the subject of children victims of family violence.

Lt. Wynn has appeared on numerous other national television programs such as;

Lifetime Television series – Real Fear Real Crime – Bill Moyers – PBS, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Nickelodeon, Yorkshire (England) Television’s 3-D, NBC World News Tonight and ABC Evening

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Mark Wynn Consulting   |   |   2500 Murfreesboro Road - Suite 105 - PMB 135   |   Nashville, TN 37217
Phone: (615) 360-3994   |   Fax: (615) 469-0823

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