JBM Patrol & Protection Corporation Leadership
JBM Patrol & Protection’s leadership has the combined expertise of law enforcement, emergency management, military, corporate security and loss prevention, with the field experience necessary to lead our security officers. We are guided by the highest code of ethical conduct and an unwavering commitment to exceed client expectations. Our dedication, experience and expertise are put to work for companies and individuals throughout Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Sioux Falls, Chicago, Rockford, Dubuque, Lexington, Bowling Green, Nashville, Memphis, and South Haven.
CHIEF RANDY OLSON, PRESIDENT
After retiring from the City of Minneapolis Police Department, where he was an honored and decorated police sergeant, Randy Olson joined JBM as General Manager. In December of 2018, Randy became President. Randy’s law enforcement career included positions as police supervisor and supervisor in charge of a gang strike force unit. Randy has received several thousands of hours of law enforcement training throughout his career. In addition, Randy is an excellent trainer, supervisor and consultant who helps JBM officers understand civil rights, the use of force, patrol procedures, crime prevention techniques, and the art of treating customers and citizens with the highest level of respect and dignity.
ASST. CHIEF DAVE TILLOTSON, VICE PRESIDENT
David Tillotson is a 30 year veteran of the private security industry. He is the senior manager in charge of the Madison and Milwaukee offices for JBM Patrol & Protection. He has an outstanding record of achievement in the development and management of customized security operations for industrial, retail, and commercial customers.
Major Robert Henze, Administrator
Retired Police Chief Robert Henze has spent 39 years in law enforcement. One year as an undercover drug investigator with the Grant County Sheriff Department, Wisconsin. The next 25 years with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department, Wisconsin coming up through the ranks serving as jailer, patrolman, detective, patrol sergeant, lieutenant in charge of the jail, administrative captain in charge of investigations, communication center, recruitment process and patrol captain. Robert is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, 188th session and graduated from the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Executive Development course. He served as the Chief of Police for the village of De Forest from 2003 until his retirement.
Commander Jimmy T. Shumate, Private Security Consultant
After retiring from the U.S. Army with 24 years of service, Sergeant Major Jimmy T. Shumate joined JBM Patrol & Protection Corp. as a firearms certifier and Administrative Captain from 1996 until 2005. In 2018, he returned as a private security consultant, firearms certifier, guard trainer and supervisor. Jimmy has attended numerous leadership, management and tactical schools throughout his military service. He is also a graduate of the Blackhawk Technical College Police Academy.
CAPTAIN CHRIS PATT, OPERATIONS MANAGER
Born and raised in Milwaukee, Chris graduated from UW-Milwaukee in 1995 with a degree in Criminal Justice Administration and a minor in Psychology. Previously, he worked security at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. After returning to Wisconsin, he attended the MATC Police Academy and graduated Valedictorian and Top Gun. He received a private detective license in 1997 and has been working in private security and investigations ever since.
Lieutenant Craig Vander Molen, CGS Manager
After retiring as a sergeant from the Dane County Sheriff's Office, Craig entered the private security sector. His interest in existing assignments helps to ensure contract requirements go above and beyond what's normally expected by his clients. Craig is our Corporate Guard Services Manager assigned to the Madison, Wisconsin office.
Captain Steven Kolb, Human Resources Manager
Steven Kolb joined the private security industry in 1984. He earned his police science degree from Madison Area Technical College. He has a strong commitment to community service, including serving 17 years as a volunteer EMT and active leadership in the Boy Scouts of America at Troop, District, and Council levels. Steven joined JBM in 1991. Since then, he’s worked at just about every job site and spent more than a decade as the third shift patrol operations supervisor. Steve's responsibilities include recruiting and staffing, organization development, employment and compliance to regulatory concerns, employee orientation, compensation and benefits administration, and employee services and counseling.
Captain Robert D. Baverstock, Operations Manager
In 1979, Robert D. Baverstock and his family moved from the east coast to live in Dane County. He joined JBM in 1997, and learned all the industry basics of professional security, customer relationships and honorable service. He brings a deep knowledge of culture, relationship management and change management to the team. Robert has also helped with initiatives to improve officer knowledge and support structures, as well as initiatives to improve satisfaction and retention among officers and clients alike.
Lieutenant Shawn Jerrett, Area Supervisor
Since joining in JBM in 2006, Shawn has obtained a great deal of experience and company knowledge. Throughout his tenure with JBM Guard, Shawn has mentored countless officers, patrolled the high crime neighborhoods of Milwaukee and served as a field training officer in Madison. Today, Shawn is responsible for the day-to-day operations of our Dubuque office. He is also a volunteer firefighter.
MARK ENDERS, Human Resources
Hello, my name is Mark Enders. I am a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, where I gained my bachelor's in business administration. Before that, I graduated from Mount Horeb High School.
I pursued a career in Human Resources after really connecting with the subject in my studies. I originally started my education in Accounting, however I found myself wanting to work more with people rather than with numbers. I love being able to come to work and meet hundreds of qualified candidates in interviews and subsequently get to know each individual on a personal level. I then relish the opportunity to use that relationship to guide them into a successful career in security.