Patrick Fitch is a veteran of the U.S Army where he served as an Infantryman with the 1st Infantry division 16th mechanized regiment out of Ft Riley Kansas. He also served with the 2nd Infantry division in Camp Casey, South Korea. In 2005 he was recalled from Inactive ready reserve, (IRR) status to serve in Operation Iraqi freedom as a turret machine gunner on convoy security escort missions, as well as route security patrols in around Nasiriyah Iraq, and as a member of a quick response force, (QRF).
Patrick has also worked as a private security operator at home and abroad, working as a force protection officer for combat support associates working as static security for the Army on its base Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. At home he has experience providing security for the entertainment industry as a security officer for Blue chip casino and resort in Michigan City, IN where he received his Indiana gaming commission license. Patrick currently works as a physical security officer for Per-Mar Security working in the healthcare field at Elkhart General Hospital in Elkhart, IN.
Patrick received his business management degree from Brown Mackie College in 2011 at the top of his program receiving the program directors award. Patrick is also a graduate of Executive Security International’s PSD and corporate security programs with honors. In 2012 Patrick attended the Laboratory for Scientific Interrogations basic and advanced course in scientific content analysis, (SCAN). Patrick is licensed to work as a private security guard in Indiana and also possesses his concealed carry permit.
2010 - present
2010 - present