Brett Kammerer is a graduate of ESI's Advanced Executive Protection Program. While at ESI Resident Training in September of 1999, he graduated second in his class. During his training, Kammerer developed an interest in graphology (handwriting analysis) which he is furthering in his study. He believes this benefits his threat assessments in many protection details.
Kammerer has also been an Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) for four years. Three of those years were spent working in the Health and Safety Department of a company in Wisconsin where there were a number of threats of workplace violence. In addition, Brett was responsible for treating work-related injuries and illnesses, and interacting with upper management after emergency situations and during serious worker compensation claims. Kammerer was also responsible for ensuring that the plant operations were current with all OSHA regulations.
Brett volunteers his services at "Safe Harbor", a domestic violence and sexual assault shelter in Wisconsin, where he assists victims of stalking and harassment. His responsibilities there include being an advisor on a case by case basis, he also acts as an escort to and from court appearances and when a shelter resident needs to return to her former home to claim some personal belongings. Kamemerer provides protection for shelter residents who are leaving the shelter to shelter to start a new life.
2010 - present
2010 - present