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consultant , Protective services official

Paul Reid Bowdre, American protective services official, consultant. Certified in Social Gerontology University North Carolina, Asheville, 1981, fraud examiner. Research grant, Sigma Xi, 1981.


Bowdre, Paul Reid was born on August 27, 1958 in New York City. Son of Philip Ross and Inge Elenore (Eckert) B. Bachelor of Science, Western Carolina U., 1981.


Bachelor of Science, Western Carolina University, 1981. MPS in Gerontology, College Boca Raton, Florida, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, Nova Southeastern University, 1994.


Research assistant Missouri Gerontology Institute, Columbia, 1981—1983. Assistant swim coach University Missouri, 1981—1983, teaching assistant, department sociology, 1982—1983. Public safety officer North Palm Beach Department Public Safety, Florida, 1983—1985.

National and olympic swim coach Federcion National Natacion, Guatemala, 1984. Police officer operations division Palm Beach, 1985. Field training officer, 1985—1986.

Detective organized crime, vice and narcotics unit, 1986—1991. Sergeant patrol division, 1991. Organized crime, vice and narcotics unit, 1991—1993.

Professional standards unit, 1993. Captain law enforcement division, 1994—1995. Senior inspector Inspector General' General’ s Office Florida Department Corrections, since 1995.

Consultant in field.


  • Certified in Social Gerontology University North Carolina, Asheville, 1981, fraud examiner.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Death & Dying: In-Home Care-A Teaching Curriculum, 1983, Safety: In-Home Care-A Teaching Curriculum, 1983. Contributor articles to professional publications.


Because of their sinful state, all human beings stand in need of salvation, and God's gracious provision for this consists in the life and work of Jesus Christ.


Baptists should be faithful ambassadors of reconciliation in their personal relationships and local communities as they demonstrate the power of the Gospel to reconcile all persons in Christ.


All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.


Assistant scoutmaster Troop 132 Gulf Stream Council Boy Scouts America, 1981—1984. Trustee North Palm Beach Police and Fire Pension Board, 1984—1985. Member of Gerontological Society America (biological science section committee member 1983), American Sociological Association (regional newsletter reporter 1982-1983), Midwest Sociological Society (student director 1981-1982), American Society Criminology, National Eagle Scout Association, Southern Criminal Justice Association, American Society Law Enforcement Trainers, Academy Criminal Justice Sciences, Catamount Club, Sigma Phi Omega, Alpha Kappa Delta.


Philip Ross Bachelor of Science

Inge Elenore (Eckert) B. Bachelor of Science