Michael W. Gill
Executive Protection Agent
Mr. Gill is a Certified Protection Specialist, with over 20 years of experience in law enforcement. Mr. Gill is a Nationally Registered Paramedic with over 20 years of experience, 15 of those years as a Maryland State Police Flight Paramedic.
In 1988, Mr. Gill began his career in public safety as a volunteer Firefighter/EMT in Prince Georges County, Maryland and quickly worked his way from EMT to Paramedic. In 1995, Mr. Gill entered the Maryland State Police Academy. After graduation, and a brief assignment on road patrol, Mr. Gill was assigned to the Aviation Division where he would proudly serve the citizens of Maryland until returning to road patrol and criminal investigations in 2010.
In 2009, Mr. Gill graduated Executive Security International, (with honors) as a Certified Protection Specialist. Mr. Gill has provided security during the 2012 Legislative Assembly in Annapolis, Maryland, providing security for the Maryland Senate and Maryland Delegates. Additionally, Mr. Gill has provided security for a local entertainment act in 2013.
Mr. Gill has specialized training in a variety of fields, including, but not limited to Tactical Paramedic, Hazardous Materials, Fire Suppression, Fire Inspections and Defensive Tactics.
Michael W. Gill
Hollywood, MD (Washington Capitol Region)
A highly motivated Certified Protection Specialist, with a diverse background in Law Enforcement, Defensive Tactics and Emergency Medicine.
Maryland State Police- Prince Frederick Barracks, Calvert County, Maryland
Sworn Trooper assigned to road patrol in a suburban area. Primary responsibilities include but not limited to responding to 911 calls for service, enforcing Maryland Motor Vehicle and Criminal Laws, investigating traffic collisions and traffic management during major incidents. While assigned to the Prince Frederick Barracks, I was responsible for the purchase of five (5) Automatic External Defibrillators (AED’s) with the guidance and assistance of the Calvert County Office of Public Safety. This allowed four (4) AED’s to be deployed throughout the County 24/7 by road Troopers. Additionally, I wrote the Barrack level Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) which then became the Department wide General Order (GO). Further, I implemented and wrote the SOP for the Potassium Iodide Program with guidance and assistance from the Maryland State Police Medical Director. This life saving medication was issued to every Trooper and Civilian at the Prince Frederick Barracks in the event of a Radiological event.
Maryland State Police- Aviation Command
April 1996-May 2010
Sworn Trooper/Flight Paramedic assigned to the Southern Region Command. Primary responsibilities included but not limited to maintaining safety and security of aircraft, preflight and general upkeep of aircraft. Provided air medical, law enforcement, homeland security, and search and rescue support to allied agencies, in Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware. Specialized training in the use of: Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR), Aerial Hoist. Certified in the use of paralytic administration and surgical airway through quarterly training with the Aero Medical Director and Maryland State Police Aviation Command Training staff.
Maryland State Police- Forestville Barracks, Prince Georges County, Maryland
January 1996-April 1996
Sworn Trooper assigned to road patrol in a metropolitan area. Primary responsibilities include but not limited to enforcing Maryland Motor Vehicle and Criminal Laws, investigating traffic collisions and traffic management during major incidents.
Maryland State Police- Academy, Pikesville, Maryland
July 1995-December 1995
Paramedic-Calvert Advanced Life Support, Calvert County, Maryland
Duties include but not limited to providing quality emergency medicine to a heavily populated County of over 1000,000 citizens. Collateral duties include, but not limited to providing Tactical Medical Support to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Team (SOT).
Firefighter/Paramedic-Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department, Prince Georges County, Maryland
Duties included but not limited to responding to emergency, fire suppression and Hazardous Materials incidents, in a County of over 15,000 citizens. Held various levels of supervisory positions and driving status. Collateral duties included, but not limited to maintaining Paramedic skills on career medic units throughout the County.
Executive Security International-Certified Protection Specialist
Storm Mountain Training Facility-Handgun III (CQB-Prep)
Maryland State Police Academy
Nationally Registered Paramedic
Licensed Maryland Paramedic
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS)
Counter Narcotics and Terrorism Operational Medical Support (CONTOMS)
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)
Law Enforcement and First Response, Instructor
Hazardous Material Operations
FBI Post Blast Investigator School
Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (IRTB)
Technical Emergency Response Training for CBRNE Incidents (TERT)
Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response (ALERRT I)
Chemical Ordnance, Biological and Radiological Training (COBRA)
Fire Inspector II
Active US Passport
Maryland State Police Superintendent Salute
Maryland State Police Life Saving Award
R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Heroes Award