Security Risk Management
Helping clients anticipate/respond to a myriad of facility, operational, and employee safety challengesSecurity Risk Management
Tim Horner is senior managing director, Security Risk Management global practice leader in Kroll’s New York office and leads the Security Risk Management practice. Kroll’s Security Risk Management practice provides clients with comprehensive coverage for a myriad of security risks through the resources and services of our Security Systems Design, Security Consulting, Operational Security Services, and Resilience Consulting teams. With over three decades of security and law enforcement experience, Tim specializes in security consulting, crisis management and investigations for Kroll’s individual and corporate clientele. Tim brings to his clients a deep knowledge of the development, implementation and conduct of investigations, compliance programs, threat management, travel security and executive protection.
Tim joined Kroll in 2001 after a distinguished 21-year career with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) retiring as a Captain. During his tenure, he served in numerous commanding officer-level positions within the Intelligence, Detective, Internal Affairs, Community Affairs, and Patrol Divisions of the NYPD. In these positions, he implemented security measures in response to credible threats against public officials, dignitaries, and government properties, as well as coordinated protection details for high-profile dignitaries and New York City events.
Tim has coordinated a wide variety of criminal investigations, including highly confidential intelligence investigations, homicide investigations, and white-collar crime investigations, involving local, state, federal, and international law enforcement agencies. He has implemented proactive crime prevention, community outreach, and crisis response strategies for the City of New York. In addition, he managed the NYPD’s security consulting division, providing expert security advice to government agencies, corporations, and private individuals.