Dr. Charlemagne is an experienced program manager, audit and investigation professional with 20 years international experience in the United States, Africa and Europe. Extensive work with military organizations, NGOs, handling logistics, development and strategic planning. This first had knowledge can help you conducting a successful mission. He was trained by the Department of Homeland Security Emergency Management Institute in Advanced ICS Command and General Staff tasks. Has conducted Complex Incident Management operations involving multiple agencies and multiple jurisdictions. Has performed at a consistently high level during regular SAREX missions. As a reliable and creative professional, has bridged the gap between the military, management, aviation, security and politics.
Areas of expertise:
Provide auditing, compliance inspections, Inspector General work and management services world wide.
interviewing-interrogation in accordance with Reid, Wicklander – Zulawski method
Fraud and wast investigations
Dr. Charlemagne received his PhD in Economics from the University of London, where his dissertation research focused on the legal framework of space commercialization and policy prescriptions to promote space commercialization. He completed The Catholic University’s Pentagon and World Politics Masters Program in Washington D.C. majoring in international political economy.
Bernhard possesses superior interpersonal, diplomatic and legal skills and a reputation for resourcefulness in solving problems professionally.
He is the Inspector General with NATCAP at Bollings AFB, Washington D.C.and served as IG for a full cycle including closing CI findings.
Alumnus of the Air Force Inspector General College, Kirtland AFB, NM and Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy, Glynco, GA.
The Inspector General class It was conducted at the Air Force Inspector General College, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico and covered the following :
The lectures consisted of
The structure of the IG program
Preparing a compliance inspection
The Compliance Inspection Process
United States Air Force Inspection Agency (AFIA) methods in inspections including
the 8- step close out process, AFSO 21, OODA loop
Psychological aspects of IG investigations
Use of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV_TR)
Use of Blackboard® for training new IG’s,
Electronic Information Management (EIM), Use of Ethicpoint® for misconduct investigations
Complaint investigations and closure of an investigation
Leadership in the IG setting
The seminar part consisted of
Scenario based learning in an eight person seminar covering the following subjects, including role play and interviews:
Inspection scenarios, Subordinate Unit Inspections, Complaint Analysis
Interviews of complainants, subjects and witnesses
Report writing, designing a plan of action (PoA) for a subordinate unit inspection
Writing a report of investigation (ROI), Performing a Complaint Analysis, drafting an appointment letter, case documentation, writing up and defending the results of the ROI, and a Leadership exercise.