Randy Shrewsberry is responsible for MLG’s strategic formulation, management, and internal processes, including developing the firm’s vision and strategy, overseeing planning, and leading initiatives, business development and partnerships.
Randy’s leadership experience in the justice system includes roles such as Founder and CEO at a forensic investigations firm, Director of Forensic Services at a forensic engineering firm, as well as Executive Director at a national criminal justice reform-focused non-profit.
Randy has spent more than 30 years in both the public and private sector investigating thousands of auto crashes and hundreds of automobile and structural fires. Randy has been a lecturer on criminal justice matters and has been admitted as an expert on several occasions in the State of South Carolina and the State of California in both criminal and civil court.
Randy began his career working in numerous law enforcement agencies across three states in capacities including patrol officer, supervisor, traffic officer and investigator. Randy is an expert qualified Crash Reconstruction Investigator and Fire & Explosion Investigator. He is also a Certified Event Data Recorder Technician I & II, a Certified Event Data Recorder Analyst as well as a Forensic Animator.
In Randy’s work as a criminal justice reform advocate, he has contributed to PBS’s Frontline, MSNBC, USA Today, the New York Times, the Washington Post and more. He is regularly sought out opining his expertise in police training and procedure.
Randy spends his free time with his partner Ivy, his son Alex, daughter-in-law Victoria, his grandchildren Venice and Andre and his dog Hank. Randy is a private pilot and enjoys traveling and astrophotography.