"Zero Failures Mission" - Mottos of US Secret Service
America - Land of Freedom and Strength
Dale L. June was born and raised in a small farming community in the foothills of the Allegany Mountain Range of Western New York State. The village boasts the slogan “The Land of the Deer and the Derrick” from its pioneer oil boom days founding, the wooded rolling foothills with large and small game aplenty, clear freshwater springs, creeks and lakes, warm community spirit, caring neighbors, good friends, and a large loving family. As a boy, he and his dog, Ranger, could often be found roaming the hills and woods perfecting his animal stalking, survival skills and Indian lore, imagining himself to be a frontier lawman.
He is a former U.S. Secret Service Agent assigned to the Presidential Protective Division at the White House for five years with three presidents plus serving in the Sacramento and San Diego field Offices.
In the course of his Secret Service duties, he spent a summer on a ranch in Lolo, Montana herding cattle with the son of the U.S. president. As part of that assignment, he participated in a weekend cattle drive of over a hundred head of cattle, working with famous Hollywood western movies stars, Slim Pickens, Ben Johnson and five-time rodeo all-around cowboy, Casey Tibbs.
He is also a former military policeman and member of a military Honor Guard (110th MP Platoon, Stuttgart, Germany); Deputy Sheriff (Shasta County, California); A city police officer (Redding and Sacramento, California); a U.S. Customs Intelligence Specialist, specializing in Organized Crime and Terrorism; a Private Investigator and Executive Protection Specialist.
While working as a private executive protection he worked directly with executives of multi-national corporations, VIPs, political figures, royalty, and celebrities. Liaison and interaction with law enforcement, fire department and medical personnel, as well as international law enforcement agency personnel.
He earned his M.A. Degree in Criminal Justice from George Washington University and his B.A. Degree in Public Administration from California State University, Sacramento. He is a Co-Founder of Henley-Putnam University and writer of approximately forty of the university courses and a Course Developer of Homeland Security; Terrorism; and Emergency Management Courses for Career Education Corporation.
Guest Lecturer: Institutito PanAmerican de Ciencie y Technologie Forense (IPACITEFO) – or Pan American Forensic Sciences Institute of Monterrey, Mexico - Six Annual Visitations
Invited Instructor, (Executive Protection Program) El Cosario Security Magazine sponsored 3 and 6 six day Executive Protection Seminars, Mexico City, Puebla, Texlacala, ,Guadalajara, and Quatero City, Mexico
Executive Protection International - Grand Junction, CO
Annual guest "Battle of Karbala" speaker to commemorate Muslim observance of the month of Moruum
Seminar Presenter: Various Venues - Tools of Thinking; Terrorism; and Basics of Executive Protection
Writer: Several books published by CRC Press; Routledge Publishing and Iconic Press - Available at Amazon.Com
Security-related articles for international security magazines in Canada, The United Kingdom, Mexico, New Zealand, and Germany
Currently: An adjunct teacher at National University (Los Angeles) and Compton College, Compton Center (Compton, CA) and National Polytechnic College (Lakeview, CA) with nearly three decades experience teaching at the college and university levels as an instructor of criminal justice, psychology, sociology, U.S and world history, human behavior, and drug and addiction related courses.
An avid reader of psychology related material to gain insight into the psychological, sociological, and biological causes and remedies of dysfunction, depression, and personality factors relating to fear and death.
Experienced in psychological profiles of potential “work place violence” offenders, contingency planning and crisis management...
Duties have included making potential life threatening decisions, analyzing specific corporate security problems, interviewing persons with mental problems and assigning risk factor percentages.
Mr. June is a former Member, National Black Belt Association, Tae Kwon Do
Inducted into U.S. Martial Artist’s Hall of Fame - Martial Artist of the Year (2005).
Trained in judo, boxing, free fighting, tae kwon do, police hybrid self-defense and combatives, wing chun kung fu, the quick method of self-defense, and combat bayonet fighting,
Mr. June sees himself as a “warrior” who loves to read, write, and help those who can’t help (or protect) themselves, especially children, grown-ups and dogs.
This page is dedicated to Bri who took her own life at age 18. Photos courtesy of Lynda, Bri's mother. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Phone Number 1-800-273-8255