Behind the Crime Scene - A True Crime Podcast
It's January 15, 1974. Four members of the Otero family from Wichita, Kansas become the first known victims of Dennis Rader, also known as the BTK Strangler. Rader went on to kill a total of ten people, strangling, hanging or shooting his victims over a 17 year period. He taunted the police by sending letters to them and the media detailing his killings. He enclosed personal items belonging to the victims. Rader as the BTK Strangler hid in plain sight from his family and community, eluding police while serving as the president of his church council and as a Cub Scout leader.
Jeff Stanley is the Founder and Chief Security Officer at eNsite Security Consulting & Investigations
During his FBI career, he was assigned to the Portland, Los Angeles, and Kansas City Field Offices, where he investigated and supervised Violent Crime, White Collar Crime, Health Care Fraud and International Terrorism. He was a member of Portland’s SWAT team, and was active in the Bureau’s Aviation Program as a Pilot-in-Command.
An International Terrorism expert, Mr. Stanley was promoted in 2008 to run Operations and Intelligence at the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center in Arlington, VA. He was responsible for the day-to-day activities of TSC’s 24-hour Operations Center, managing counterterrorism interactions with world-wide partners in the law enforcement and intelligence communities. In 2010, Mr. Stanley was designated as Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office, where he led Physical Security, Aviation, Technical Operations, Undercover Operations, Crisis Management, Special Events, Media and Budget matters.
In 2013, Mr. Stanley reported to the US Embassy in Bridgetown, Barbados, where he served as the FBI’s Legal Attaché for a three-year assignment. During this stint, he was responsible for all FBI national security and criminal investigations in an area including 28 foreign countries or overseas territories. He also served as the Embassy’s Cyber Coordinator, and investigated numerous cyber intrusion matters targeting national security infrastructure and financial assets. Retiring in 2016,
After a 25-year career as a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Mr. Stanley is uniquely positioned to understand and mitigate security threats to people, facilities, and information. He now provides security consulting services to private sector clients, conducting threat assessments, identifying vulnerabilities and implementing security solutions to mitigate risk. Stanley earned a bachelor of Accounting and Economics from Kansas State University, and Master of Business - Commercial Aviation from Delta State University. He attained Global Information Assurance Certification in 2015. Prior to his FBI career, Mr. Stanley was a Certified Public Accountant with an international financial services company.