Missing Persons, Homicides, Cold Cases
Sep 06, 2022
Robert Wells
Missing Persons, Homicides, Cold Cases

Mr. Wells served in federal law enforcement for twenty-three years. He has served as a Special Agent with United States Coast Guard Investigative Service, Department of the Treasury Lead Instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, (where his responsibilities included basic and advanced training and curriculum development for U.S. Secret Service, as well as other agencies criminal investigators and intelligence personnel) and finished his career in the USCG International Training Division where he served in Bulgaria, Republic of Georgia, Uganda, Haiti, Indonesia and throughout Central and South America.

Mr. Wells has provided security training to the British Embassy from 2000 to 2011.  He has served as faculty advisor for the International Scholar Laureate Program on Diplomacy, Australia 2008 and China 2009-2012.  He has lectured at the Naval War College on Coast Guard and Port Security operations. Mr. Wells has consulted for MPRI on Maritime, Rule of Law, Human Rights and Police training issues in São Tomé e Principe, and Equatorial Guinea. His international training has also included the countries of Haiti, Bulgaria, Republic of Georgia, Various countries in Africa the Caribbean, Indonesia and others.

Mr. Wells has been recognized in the Security Industry as an innovator, trouble shooter, and has been known for improving the most current, state of the art security programs. Most recently through the pandemic serving as Director of Security for Rose Medical Center and UC Health Hospitals. Serving as USCGIS Resident Agent in Denver, he taught Criminal Justice at Red Rocks Community College in 1987-1989 as an Adjunct Instructor and at Everest College in Thornton from 2012 – 2017.  He continues to lecture at CU and CSU on Cold Case Homicide and Missing Persons.

Mr. Wells serves on the Boards of Director’s for Northern Colorado Crime Stopper, Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons (FOHVAMP) and presently holds a Governors Appointment to the Colorado Cold Case Oversight Task Force where he is on his third appointment since 2013.