LexisNexis Risk Solutions has hired Michael Hartenstein, retired deputy special agent in charge of the Vice Presidential Protective Division for the U.S. Secret Service.
In his new role as director of federal public safety business development, Hartenstein will develop and counsel the federal Public Safety and Law Enforcement team on strategic customer plans. He will also assist in the creation of solutions designed to meet the ever-evolving needs of agencies.
“I served in the U.S. Government for over two decades and value my federal, state and local law enforcement partnerships,” Hartenstein said. “I look forward to continuing to support law enforcement by providing analytical capabilities that help safeguard the public.”
Hartenstein has 22 years of public service with the U.S. Secret Service in areas encompassing financial investigations, protective operations, major event security planning, protective intelligence and training.
Hartenstein was detailed to the Presidential Protective Division serving under George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald J. Trump. Most recently, he was the deputy special agent in charge for the Vice Presidential Protection Division under Mike Pence. He was responsible for division strategy, training, military and law enforcement liaison, human capital, emergency operations, logistics, budget and administration.