Keith Stauffer - Vice-President/COO

Keith is a Special Agent, United States Secret Service - Retired. Former President/CEO, Keith founded EVI Corporation in 2000. Since the company's inception, Keith has had a hands-on role in insuring that all final installation work meets client expectation. He is responsible for business development and works with government agencies and municipalities to assess their equipment needs requirements in the first stages of a project.

As a technical agent in the Secret Service, he was recognized as a pioneer in computer fraud investigations and taught these skills to other Agents and United States Attorneys. He is qualified as an expert witness and has testified as a Computer Forensic Expert in Federal Court. His experience includes investigations, executive protection and instruction.

Keith was a driving instructor for the Secret Service and has consulted on numerous television programs and feature films on technical aspects of law enforcement, motorcades, and Secret Service procedures. He has also supplied “law enforcement” and “under-cover” vehicles and drivers for the motion picture industry.

In his spare time he is the historian for the Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service and conducts oral history interviews of former Secret Service employees and associates. Throughout his career Keith held a Top Secret/SCI clearance.

 

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  • Emergency Vehicle Installations, Corp.

    8384-A Terminal Rd

    Lorton, VA 22079

    Phone: (703)534-3700

    Fax: (703)455-2977

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  • Basic Unmarked Sedan Basic Unmarked Sedan

    Our popular basic sedan package truly sets an industry standard - the perfect standard vehicle installation for the 1811 Criminal Investigator.

In Memoriam

  • Sergeant John Ashley

    Technical Consultant, Law Enforcement Projects and Specialty Vehicles

    John was a career member of the Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC. He was a patrol Sergeant who served in patrol, vice and detectives. John was an Emergency Medical Technician, a member of the National Drug Enforcement Officers Organization, and a member of the National Tactical Officers Association.

    John died tragically on

    May 30, 2004

    in response to a call for service

    He will remain on this webpage in memoriam.