Rudolph Giuliani is the best-known face of his consulting company, but John P. Huvane is the CEO, the chief operating officer, and the person who heads the mission of the Americans on their work visit to El Salvador.
Your trip to El Salvador “is like going to the doctor for a first checkup and discussing what to do. After that, when we identify findings in some key ideas, we will be available to help you implement the suggestions, if The government and the private sector want, “Huvane told La Prensa Gráfica in December 2014.
His resume includes nearly 21 years of experience as a NYPD detective, where he resigned in March 2002 to join Giuliani’s firm, who had left New York City three months earlier. He is, in fact, one of the founding partners of Giuliani Security & Safety.
Since then, he was a person of confidence of the ex-mayor. He was the Director of Security for Giuliani, when he aspired to become president of the United States between November 2006 and January 2008.
According to the institutional page of Giuliani’s company, Huvane “is directly responsible for the acquisition of customers, business development and the physical security of the firm and its principles around the world.”
His job in the country will be to diagnose “how the criminal justice system looks from the moment someone is arrested, prosecuted, and see if there is a high rate of impunity or recidivism,” he told the paper last month.
Huvane met this morning with representatives of the National Civil Police and the Ministry of Justice and Public Security. The idea is for the consultant to obtain statistical information from the police, an institution that promised to provide it, and to carry out visits in conflict zones and even in penitentiary centers.