Adam S. Black began his law enforcement career as a youth, after joining the Metro-Dade Police Explorer program, where he served for more than four years, was awarded the Metro-Dade Police Department’s Exceptional Service Award, two letters of commendation, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and served on the Honor Guard and Pistol Teams.  In high school, Adam volunteered employment, through a school-sponsored work experience program, working at the City of Miami Police Department’s Court Liaison Unit.  Upon graduation from high school, after being voted “MostLikely to Succeed,” by school administrators, Adam went on to become a Police Officer with the Miramar Police Department where he served in the Patrol Division, Honor Guard Unit, Crime Suppression Team, Robbery Task Force Unit, and served as FOP Lodge Conductor. 

Adam later left Miramar PD to become a Deputy Sheriff with the Broward Sheriff’s Office where he worked in the Patrol Division, served as a Field Training Officer and became a Certified Police Instructor.  Adam later relocated to Orlando where he served as a Deputy Sheriff with the OrangeCounty Sheriff’s Office initially serving in the Patrol Division as a Field Training Officer, In-Service Police Instructor, and Honor Guard Member and later as an Agent of the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigations-Vice Unit,Sheriff’s Special Investigations Division-Narcotics Unit, and United States Drug Enforcement Administration, as a Task Force Agent working on both HIDTA and OCEDTF task forces.  Based on results of his high profile narcotics investigations, Adam was presented as Guest Speaker at the Florida Intelligence Unit (FIU) and Florida Narcotic Officers Association (FNOA) Conferences.  While employed in Orange County, Adam received more than 15 commendations, two Unit Citations, was awarded Deputy of the Month, and received the agency’s Medal of Merit for a life-saving rescueof a citizen. 

In 1999, Adam moved into the private sector where he worked as a security contractor for the U.S. Government and was charged with managing personnel and electronic access control systems that are used to protect our Nations “Secret” and “Top-Secret” documents.  Adam managed operations throughout the eastern United States from Key West to Bangor, Maine for a number of years before accepting employment with Federal Signal Corporation, the world’s largest manufacturer of Safety and Security Systems for government and law enforcement organizations.  While at Federal Signal, Adam was responsible for the design and implementation of mobile law enforcement systems, including emergency lighting and sirens, license plate recognition systems, and in-car digital video systems for law enforcement agencies throughout the state of Florida, at all levels of government.  Adam left Federal Signal in 2010 to dedicate 100% of his time and efforts to running Identitech Systems, Inc., which he incorporated in 2004, and has been growing the company ever since. 

Adam is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) through ASIS International, holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Barry University in Miami, and is certified as a Law Enforcement-Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT).  He serves as Chapter Chairman and Law Enforcement Liaison of ASIS International’s Fort Lauderdale Chapter.  Adam is a member of the Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police (MDCACP), Broward Chiefs of Police Association (BCCPA) where he sits on their Scholarship Committee, the Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) where he is seated on the Public/Private Security Committee, serves on the Host Committee for the Florida Chapter of the FBI-National Academy Associates (FBI-NAA 2011), serves as Co-Chairman for Broward County’s Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Banquet, and is a member of the Broward County Republican Executive Committee (BREC).