CTC – Counter Terrorism Centre, department leader of public relations
63 years old, he become a personel for the Ministry of Interior in 1975.
1980-1986 Detective and senior detective of the Budapest Police Headquarter’s property protection unit.
1987-1990 deputy leader, Criminal Investigation Department leader at the Budapest Police Headquarter District I. Police Department
1990-1995 department leader at the Hungarian National Police Headquarter’s Organized Crime Department, later as lt. colonel, founder commander of the first rapid reaction complex operational unit, the Criminal Tactical Squad.
1995-2000 for his own request he was discharged from the service, after that he dealt with bank and financial – Hungarian Development Bank, CA-IB Értékpapír Rt. – sector security.
2000-2004 a little outlook tot he transportation security as a security rapporteur to the Vice President of MÁV Zrt., then corporate security director at the hungarian national airways MALÉV.
form 2004 independent expert, consultant.
from 2015 lecturer at the Counter Terrorism Department of the National University for Public Service’s National Security’s Institute.
from 2016 Counter Terrorism Centre, department leader of public relations
Books, lecture notes, publications
With regards to the armed attacks against financial institutes, respectively describing the correct behavior during a possible hostage situation he wrote the lecture note “For Surviving”. From 1995 he continuously trains front line employees of Volksbank, Raiffeisen Bank and Erste Bank. He trained the Hungarian Post Office’s designated employees in a similar topic.
For the request National University for Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Department of Private Security and Municipality Law Enforcement he co-wrote “Business Intelligence and knowledges of counter intelligence”.
For the request of the Guild of Personnel and Property Protection and Private Investigation he wrote the lecture notes of “Corporate Security, Business Intelligence, Industrial Espionage and Counter Intelligence”.
He helds an independent 170-hour course of Business Intelligence at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Co-writer in lecture notes.