About Ron McAndrew
EXPERT WITNESS – CONSULTANT
Retired Florida Prison Warden
Retired Interim Director of Orange
County (FL) Corrections
Warden at three largest in terms of budget; overall responsibility and certainly most difficult of prisons in Florida
Championed change at Florida State Prison as warden
Climbed from the bottom rung of correctional officer to warden
Gut level experience challenges excuses for nonfeasance- or - malfeasance in correctional settings
Career civil rights advocate
Worked as investigator for corrections
Influenced progressive change in corrections
Promoted quality management throughout correctional
PRISON & JAIL CONSULTING SERVICES
Ron McAndrew has consulted with/and/or testified as an expert for attorneys/law schools/state agencies since 2005 as an expert witness in federal and state courts in the Corrections areas throughout the United States in more than 475 cases.
Mr. McAndrew has represented both plaintiff and defendant cases.
3rd quater 2014
Ron will be in New York city on November 5th, 2014. Boston Massachusetts on November 6th. University of North Carolina on November 12th. Miami on November 13th. Philadelphia on November 17th.
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Ron McAndrew speaks before the United Nations in New York City on September 21, 2016 – This link below (yellow button) will take you to the “Death Penalty and Victims”, High-level event (co-organized by the Permanent Missions of Argentina, France and Italy, and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). Ron McAndrew is also co-author of "Death Penalty And The Victims", a new book released by the United Nations Human Rights, Office of the High Commissioner, 2016 Click on the book picture for more information.
Ron’s presentation (in two parts) begins at approximately 37 minutes into the program. Click below.
Presentation at the United Nations
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Domains of Expertise
Wrongful terminations of correctional staff members
Corrections emergency response team
Prisoner medical care & standards
Custody inmate deaths
Sexual assault by staff/prisoner
Sexual harassment of staff members
Correctional employee murder
Conditions of confinement
Prisoner classification & housing
Strip/body cavity searches
Accommodations for disabled prisoners
Training of correctional staff
Jail/prison policies and procedures