Adam Ringle Consulting, LLC

Adam Ringle Consulting, LLC

About Us

Founded in 2004, Adam Ringle Consulting brings experience in customized emergency planning and preparedness to your organization. We access instructional leadership, and over 30 years of experience in first responder and emergency service for private, local, state and federal authorities. We will provide your organization exceptional training that exceeds all local and state guidelines.

Our clients include:

AAA Club Alliance
Aenta Hose, Hook and Ladder Company
ASTI Transportation
Barclays
Braskem
Chemours
Ciocca Dealerships
Christiana Care Health Systems

Data Center World
Delaware Technical Community College
Paul A. Nickle, Inc.
Ransome CAT
State of Delaware
Teksolv
Word of Life Christian Center

Read about our staff below, then contact us to learn more.

Adam B. Ringle

Adam B. Ringle, CPP, MBA, EMT-T, NREMT-P

Master Sergeant Adam B. Ringle is presently assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division and is the supervisor of the Forensic Services Unit of the Wilmington Department of Police in Wilmington, Delaware. Prior to this assignment, Sgt. Ringle supervised a patrol shift in the Uniformed Services Division since being promoted in 2006. He is an ASIS Board Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and has successfully completed the ASIS International Executive Protection (EP) Certification Program. He is an active member of ASIS International and is considered a subject matter expert on active shooter countermeasures, integration and response planning. Sgt. Ringle is a certified pilot and has extensive knowledge on the practical applications and implementation of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) technology. He has conducted educational sessions at training conferences throughout the United States on many topics surrounding UAS programs, regulatory compliance and is considered one of the foremost authorities on the subject for both the public and private sector. Sgt. Ringle is a State of Delaware certified Police Master Instructor, Police Training Center Manager, and American Heart Association Regional Faculty Member, Sgt. Ringle trains state and local law enforcement officers, fire and Emergency Medical Services personnel, as well as private entities. Sgt. Ringle has served as a certified Hazardous Materials Technician in the State of Delaware, a United States Department of Energy MERTT instructor, and a Louisiana State University certified Homeland Security Instructor. Sgt. Ringle has conducted training for many Delaware agencies in terrorism response, counter-terrorism measures, hazardous materials, and incident management. Sgt. Ringle has served as an Emergency Medical Services instructor and Weapons of Mass Destruction instructor for the Delaware State Fire School and the United States Department of Homeland Security. Sgt. Ringle currently serves as the Medical Commander for Wilmington Police Special Operations and provides Paramedic support for Wilmington Police and other Delaware Police agencies. Sgt. Ringle also serves as the operations safety officer for the Wilmington Department of Police Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team and functions as a tactical paramedic responding on all high risk special operations entries and incidents. Sgt. Ringle has successfully completed the FBI Command Institute for Law Enforcement Executives LEEDA Program, the FBI LEEDA Supervisory Leadership Institute, the FBI LEEDA Executive Leadership Training and the Pennsylvania State University POLEX First Line Supervisors Program. He has been selected to serve on several promotional assessment boards and equipment assessment panels for Department of Homeland Security and the SAVER program

Sgt. Ringle has been recognized for his excellence as an EMS Supervisor. Sgt. Ringle has successfully commanded several large scale incidents and managed multi-jurisdictional training drills. He currently supervises two tactical Emergency Medical Technicians as well as several Emergency Medical Services instructors for the department. Sgt. Ringle has extensive knowledge in the implementation and management of medical training programs, automated external defibrillation programs, and WMD response plans. Sgt. Ringle has assisted many law enforcement agencies as well as private entities in the development and implementation of such programs. Sgt. Ringle also provides case review and expert witness services for both private and government entities.

Sgt. Ringle currently holds licensure as a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic, Tactical Paramedic and as a Paramedic in the States of Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Sgt. Ringle is a graduate the CONTOMS Tactical Medic Program, class # 113 as well as the Government Training Institute SWAT Operator Training I, II and III. He is certified for special operations hoist rescues and as an aircraft systems operator for technical rescue. As an Emergency Medical Technician-Critical Care in the State of New York, Sgt. Ringle served four years as the Director of Emergency Medical Services for New York Institute of Technology and three years as a Captain for Exchange Ambulance of the Islips. Sgt. Ringle was an adjunct instructor for the University of Maryland Department of Emergency Health Services and was a training consultant with the Taylor Group prior to starting his own company in 2004. He has over 25 years field experience as both a provider and supervisor of EMS operations and more than 19 years experience as a Police Officer. Sgt. Ringle was awarded Instructor of the Year from the American Heart Association in 1999 and in 2010 was nominated for the NAEMT United States Paramedic of the year award. In January of 2014, Sgt. Ringle received a departmental commendation for preventing a fleeing felon armed with two assault rifles, from entering a school full of dismissing children while off-duty. Sgt. Ringle holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Wilmington University, is certified in numerous technically specific areas of law enforcement and EMS, and has been published in various trade journals. In addition, Sgt. Ringle has been a speaker at both national and international conferences providing educational seminars on technically specific subject matter. Sgt. Ringle also works with private entities to provide product guidance to support manufacturers on special equipment projects for special operations response.

Adam Ringle founded Adam Ringle Consulting in 2004. His team is comprised of long-time colleagues that Adam had the pleasure of working side by side with in many other ventures. They were hand selected and are subject matter experts in various areas within law enforcement, medical and EMS fields.

Carol A. Faedtke

Carol A. Faedtke, RN, BSN, MJ, CFRN

As a registered nurse with over thirty-three years of experience, Carol Faedtke has been immersed in various roles including, Staff Nurse, Unit Charge Nurse, Clinical Specialist and Educator. Ms. Faedtke is presently the Chief Flight Nurse and Operations Manager for Christiana Care Health Services medevac program where she oversees flight operations for both the Christiana and Georgetown locations in the State of Delaware. In addition, Ms. Faedtke is the Critical Care Transport Manager for the ground ambulance transport service and Clinical Manager for the physician access center both at Christiana Care. Ms. Faedtke is an integral part of Delaware’s only level one trauma center which is instrumental in transporting critically ill and injured patients to definitive care.

Ms. Faedtke is also an experienced educator. Ms. Faedtke and her colleagues were credited as the driving force to improve and implement new programs for both EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedic education in the State of Delaware. Ms. Faedtke also served on a national committee that worked to standardize paramedic education throughout the United States. Ms. Faedtke has extensive experience in Prehospital Education and is responsible for didactic and clinical training for all levels of Emergency Medical Services providers. This State Office of Emergency Medical Services recently requested the professional services of Ms. Faedtke to assist in the clinical and didactic training of a paramedic for a joint special operations response team. In 2011, Ms. Faedtke was appointed by the governor of the State of Delaware to serve as an advisor to the Delaware State Fire Commission on matters of Emergency Medical Services and patient care guidelines for both commercial and non-commercial entities. Ms. Faedtke is considered a definitive leader in patient care and was recommended by the State of Delaware Office of Emergency Medical Services to assist the March of Dimes perinatal committee in developing state wide standards of care for the transport of high risk obstetrical patients. Ms. Faedtke routinely provides legal opinions for private and government entities on matters of emergency medical services standards, training, response, transport and administration issues. She has a critical and unique knowledge base that makes her an asset to law firms around the country when litigation arises.

Ms. Faedtke is affiliated with the American Heart Association and holds certification as a Regional Faculty Member for Basic Life Support programs. Ms. Faedtke holds instructor status and frequently facilitates courses for the American Heart Association in both Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support courses. Ms. Faedtke is a Nationally Certified Core Instructor with the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians and is an expert in Prehospital Trauma Life Support, International Trauma Life Support, and Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum.

Ms. Faedtke currently holds licensure as a Registered Nurse in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Ms. Faedtke is a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician-Basic and is a Prehospital Registered Nurse in the State of Pennsylvania. Ms. Faedtke is certified in flight nursing, neonatal resuscitation and advanced burn life support. Ms. Faedtke’s expertise in transport nursing and emergency medical services response has allowed her to serve as a consultant on critical response programs for both public and private entities. Ms. Faedtke authored a chapter on medical emergencies in Guidelines for Air Medical Crew Education . She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Wilmington University, and a Masters of Jurisprudence with emphasis on health law from Widener Law School.

Jeffrey R. Evans

Jeffrey R. Evans, BS, NREMT-P

Since being promoted to the rank of Major in 2014, Mr. Jeffrey Evans has been assigned as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Delaware State Police. He commands all administrative divisions of the agency including training, human resources and many specialized units. Major Evans is directly responsible for a twenty million dollar annual operational budget for the entire agency consisting of over 700 sworn and 300 civilian personnel.

Prior to being promoted, he served as the Troop Commander of the Delaware State Police Troop 6, holding the rank of Captain. Troop 6 consisted of 50 sworn officers and 4 civilian members, is a full service law enforcement troop serving 82 square miles. In this capacity, Major Evans was responsible for resource allocation, community and outside agency interface, crime statistic analysis, crash data and traffic enforcement statistic analysis, interstate highway interdiction, and fleet and facility management.

Previously, Mr. Evans was assigned as the Section Commander for the Delaware State Police Aviation Section, holding the rank of Captain. The Section is responsible for law enforcement, search and rescue, and emergency medical services missions for the state of Delaware. Captain Evans supervised 26 personnel, managed a fleet of 8 aircraft, and administered a multi-million dollar annual budget.

Major Evans has been a Delaware State Trooper for 28 years. He has functioned as a road trooper, a member of the Aviation Section, and a Troop Commander. In the Aviation Section, he was a flight medic for the Section prior to being promoted to the position of Paramedic Commander, and subsequently, Section Commander. Major Evans has a Bachelor of Science in Sociology/Biology from the University of Delaware. He has attended and successfully completed several police executive schools including the Pennsylvania State University POLEX School and the FBI National Academy.

Major Evans has been a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic for 24 years and he is a certified instructor through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Major Evans is also a certified instructor through the Delaware State Fire School, where he teaches pre-hospital emergency medicine. In addition, he is an adjunct faculty member at Delaware Technical Community College. Major Evans is also affiliated with the American Heart Association and holds certifications as an instructor in Basic Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. He is also certified as an advanced instructor in International Trauma Life Support. Major Evans has spoken at several Emergency Medical Services and nursing conferences.

Major Evans was one of the original members of the state’s Paramedic Advisory Council (now the Delaware Emergency Medical Services Oversight Council), he was appointed by the Governor at the time, Governor Tom Carper. This cabinet level committee was responsible for oversight of the state’s developing EMS and trauma system. He was involved with the drafting of the state’s Aero-medical Regulations, and participated in the certification process for the commercial helicopter operators in the state.

In addition, Major Evans is an instructor in blood borne pathogens, and was the first designated exposure control officer for the Division of State Police. He established the existing standard operating procedures for the Exposure Control Program with the Division. He also instituted the State Police AED Program

Dr. Brian J. Levine

Dr. Brian J. Levine, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Medical Director

Born in Long Island, New York, Dr. Levine began his education by attending Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, and graduating in May 1990 with a degree in biology. He then attended the University of Vermont, College of Medicine in Burlington, having his MD conferred in May 1995. Emergency Medicine residency brought Dr. Levine to Newark, Delaware and the Christiana Care Health System, where he completed the program in June 1998, serving his last year as Chief Resident.

With over 14 years experience as an Emergency Physician, Dr. Levine spends much of his time providing direct patient care. Dr Levine’s focus on academia, research and training provides him with a unique and distinguished skill set. His extensive involvement and expertise in Emergency Medicine has set him apart and he is a respected leader in the medical community.

Dr. Levine currently holds positions as the Associate Program Director in the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Christiana Care, and Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Jefferson Medical College. Dr. Levine has published multiple articles, performs clinical research and has lectures on a wide array of topics including pharmacology, cardiology, and emergency procedures. He is currently the editor in chief of the EMRA antibiotic guide and has been the author of the previous three editions.

Dr. Levine has received many notable awards and merits throughout his career. Dr. Levine has been recognized for his many contributions in education and he was named Physician of the Year by the Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery and the Emergency Medical Services Community.

Dr. Levine holds the current instructor status in accordance with the American Heart Association standards for Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. He is also an instructor in the American College of Surgeon’s Advanced Trauma Life Support Course.

Dr. Levine serves as the Associate Medical Director for Christiana Care’s Mobile Intensive Care ground transport service, LifeNet Aeromedical service, and the physician access center, all key departments in the transport of critically ill and injured patients throughout the tri-state area.

Sean E. Finerty

James A. Acevedo, CPP, CPS

Mr. Acevedo has been involved in investigations and security consulting for more than 19 years. Mr. Acevedo has been designated a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) by ASIS. Mr. Acevedo is also a Certified Protection Specialist (CPS), having graduated from Executive Security International, as a level-one agent. During his career, he has conducted hundreds of investigations and security consulting projects around the world. Mr. Acevedo has worked in more than 30 countries and nearly every state within the United States including Alaska.

He was part of the team that conducted the security and vulnerability assessments for all City He is trained in the Sandia Laboratory Risk Assessment Methodologies. Mr. Acevedo has studied Scientific Content Analysis at the Laboratory for Scientific Interrogation hosted by the FBI in Salt Lake City, Utah and has used the technique to assist in resolving a number of theft and fraud investigations.

Finally, Mr. Acevedo has supervised a number of complex intellectual property protection investigations including several requiring detailed due diligence investigation support and determining product diversion tactics. He has also worked as an independent contractor on operations for United States Government including the USAF, DOD, DHS Federal Emergency Management Agency. Mr. Acevedo provided support and recovery during the difficult conditions in the wake of several hurricanes in the United States.