Matthew Brockmann is the Founder and CEO. Matthew Brockmann is AG’s DPS Qualified Manager, an active PPO (Personal Protection Officer), and the licensed lead instructor for Atlas Glinn.
Marco is on the Advisory Board, a licensed Instructor, and a EP Agent with Atlas Glinn. Marco is currently a Senior Special Agent with the Department of Homeland Security and is based in Houston, Texas. He is assigned to a multi-agency task force targeting violent criminal gangs and related criminal organizations operating worldwide.
Marco served in the U.S. Navy and has over 33 years of military and federal law enforcement experience to his name. Marco has worked as a contract Security Specialist for over six years and has handled multiple multi-faceted events. Marco is a licensed concealed handgun instructor as well as a staff instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Marco has received numerous awards and accommodations to include being credited with saving a fellow officers life in a deadly force situation. Marco is the Training Agent for the Department of Homeland Security’s Rapid Response Team of which he is a founding member.
Mr. Jan Zawitkowski is a 32-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). While serving in the FBI’s Offices in New York, Washington, and Houston, he investigated and managed complex cases within top priority investigative programs of the FBI. These cases included counter-terrorism, foreign counter-intelligence, cyber, organized crime, and drug trafficking. Mr. Zawitkowski received numerous awards and commendations for his role in these investigations from Directors of the FBI, heads of various FBI offices and other Federal agencies. Mr. Zawitkowski was a member of FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).
Mr. Zawitkowski served as the FBI’s Coordinator for the Protection of Foreign Officials and Official Guests of the United States. Due to his bi-lingual proficiency and investigative experience, Mr. Zawitkowski participated extensively in the FBI’s International Training Initiatives, both at the FBI Academy at Quantico, and in Eastern Europe.
Mr. Zawitkowski obtained training in the area of Dignitary Protection by the United States Secret Service and the United States Department of State. He was selected to be in charge of a security detail for FBI Director Louis Freeh, and for many other dignitaries who accompanied the Director, during the Director’s travel to Poland. Mr. Zawitkowski coordinated all aspects of the security detail with appropriate officials from FBI Headquarters, the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, and Polish security counterparts.
Mr. Zawitkowski obtained certification as an FBI Undercover Agent and has worked on several high-profile undercover cases within the United States, Europe, Asia and South America.
Mr. Zawitkowski was a member of the FBI’s Washington DC and Houston SWAT teams, where he served as an assaulter and a sniper. Mr. Zawitkowski also obtained FBI’s certification as a firearms instructor.
Prior joining the FBI, Mr. Zawitkowski worked as a Quality Inspector for the General Motors Company in Rochester, New York. Mr. Zawitkowski obtained a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication, with a minor in East European studies, from Buffalo State University, Buffalo, New York.
Mr. Zawitkowski is a licensed private investigator, security consultant, security officer and personal protection officer in the State of Texas. Mr. Zawitkowski is also licensed by the Federal Air Marshall Service as an Armed Security Officer (ASO) for corporate clients.