Following three years of military service in the IDF, Adam served as a Court Marshal for the Jerusalem District Court leading a team of 30 special agents responsible for the personal protection of high profile judges and their families, lawyers identified as “at risk”, as well as prisoners and civilians identified as needing specialized protection.

While managing his consulting firm, in 2009 through 2016 Adam also acted as National Director of Community Security for the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) and the Director of Community Security for Federation CJA, servicing all Jewish Communities across Canada.

In 2015, Adam accepted the “Man of the Year” award (Temple de la Renommée) from Montreal Police Intelligence Department for his contribution to the National Lockdown Project and his volunteer work with communities at risk across Canada. Adam continues to collaborate with numerous law enforcement agencies around the globe as a result of his unique skills and experiences, and his unparalleled understanding of the particular needs and sensitivities of different immigrant communities across North America.

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In 2018, Adam was commissioned by the Corps Commissionaires du Québec as their Regional Commander for the G7 summit. This mission included the design of multi-layered threat assessments, logistical planning, and the placement of hundreds of security agents within multiple civilian and government agencies.

Adam holds the following permits by Quebec’s Bureau de la Sécurité Privée (BSP):

  • Security Consulting
  • Investigations
  • Security Guarding