Frederick Hardman Lea
Frederick Hardman Lea is a student of Emergency and Security Management at the Justice Institute of British Columbia. He has studied history and public safety in Canada, specializing in physical security, emergency management, and crime prevention techniques. He has conducted research and analysis related to political violence in Asia, Europe, and North America, focusing on terrorism, ethnic conflict, racial violence, riots, and revolutions. Frederick’s specialty is creating cascade models and completing security assessments – especially as they relate to physical security and environmental design. He has further experience in sales, client communication, and customer service in the food industry, retail, and relocation services.