- Paul B. Hedges, Channel 81 Productions
Dr. Robert Ing became an American Police Hall of Fame award recipient in 2001 and is a recognized authority on technical security and investigation. Dr. Ing has given workshops and lectured extensively on forensic intelligence issues under the auspices of the federal governments of the United States and Canada. As a technology crime and forensic intelligence specialist he has, and continues to make frequent appearances on major television news and talk networks. He has been the host of several documentaries for public broadcast.
Some of the many awards he has received include the Kaufman Humanitarian Award, Emergency Services Medal, the Norris R. Browne Memorial Award, the Venerable Order of Michael and the Warrior's Medal. He is a Territorial Baron of Gilleis, a Knight of Justice of the Order of Michael, a Knight of the Order of the Protectorate and a Knight of the Most Venerable Order of the Crimson and Black.
Born in East York, Canada, he attended the prestigious Cambridge Academy and later the North American Institute of Police Science and
Alabama School of Fingerprinting; institutions that have been associated with some of North America's most notable investigators. He earned his
associate's degree in forensic science from Parker-Clinton College, his bachelor's and master's degree from
LaSalle University; his Doctor of Science degree from Knightsbridge University and completed studies at the London School of Journalism. He is a Fellow
of the Academy of Police Science (NLEA), a Fellow of the Institute of Meridian Psychotherapy (UK), a Certified Protection Officer Instructor (IFPO),
a Certified Electronics Technician (ETAI/ISCET), Certified in Subconscious Analysis & Reprogramming (SAR/CASP), Certified in Ennematics (Personality Profiling - CASP), a former Adjunct Professor at LaSalle
University and the Finsbury Park Institute, and has been awarded honourary doctorates from the Finsbury Park Institute, Augsburg University and ULC.
Dr. Ing began his career when detectives were detectives not investigators and the art of detection was based on individual wits and
"street smarts" alone, decades before computers and DNA technology became the norm.
At an early age he was inspired by, had personally met, and was privileged to learn from some of the most notable in the art of detection.
Proud to be from "the old school," his professional career has spanned three decades.
Dr. Ing is available as a media spokesperson, lecturer and speaker on the issues of forensic intelligence/investigation, privacy, espionage, technology crime and general security issues in Canada and The United Kingdom.