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North Dakota PRIVATE INVESTIGATION SECURITY BOARD - 513 East Bismarck Expressway, Suite 5 701-222-3063 Bismarck, North Dakota 58504 September 23, 2016 Tiger Swan 3452 Apex Peakway Apex, NC 27502 Re: Unlicensed Security Dear Sir or Madame: It has some to the attention of the North Dakota Private Investigation Security Board that you may be conducting security services without a proper license. You must be a quali?ed security provider before conducting security services for any entity. The only exceptions to this are clearly outlined in statute. You may also review rules and regulations on our website of ww.nd.gov/pisb. Please respond to this letter in written format within 10 days of its receipt as to your current status as it relates to conducting security services without the proper lioensure. Your prompt attention and response to this matter is imperative. Sincerely, at .914 Cliei?jKrugzaM NDPISB Of?ce Assistant

913012016 Date oiApptication: '35? 2152/ Status of this Application: New Application Application 'i.jpeg E-iviait Address: . 1. Applying for Licensing as: (Check ail that apply) 2. Appiying for Registration as: (Check all that apply) El Private Detective Apprentice Security Of?cer E{Privato Detective Agency [3 ecurity Officer Provider of Private Security Commissioned Security Oi?cer Private Security Agency Registered Investigator It] Corporate Of?cer 13 Armed Security Of?cer 0 Security Trainer yum owrsa auricu?urn mammogram oitrnirtirg cry-smut 3. Name of Aoniicant: . 2 ti. Other Names Now or Previously Used: Pcr?ific 961?: 5. Home AddressHome Telephone Number: Office Telephone Number SociatSccurityNumbor: .- Data of Birth: (City, State. Zip) Apex PraiIMy-jfi?s?x?. Did you Graduate? {it Yes No {if- Diploma El GED 12. Current (Employer) Company Apptying With: 13. Total Hours of: Lit-A LL (Name) Private investigative Senrice Private Security Service 51000 Hours it"; (Jon: Hours Supply supporting doc mentatton 1d. Are you free of any manta! condition or defect thatwoutd interfere with your abitity to provide services in a professionat and competent manner? .. uh 15. Are there any Criminal Actions Fencing Against You? e?m El Yes (Explain in Box 20) 16. Have You Ever Been Arrosted, Convicted or Adtudged Guilty in any of any Qrimg? {gvgn [r (1?33ng Withdrawn. include NSF charges} Faituro to disclaim remit in rtenini oi Sigrigligsticn or E3 :nciutianc onions-3. em! I: No 17. Have You Ever Seen or are you required to register as a Sexual Offender endior an Offender against Children? No El Yes {ft-z: no - it? h, Emma? 13 Yes (it Yes. You Must Fiit out Side Arm Certi?cation Form) 18. Have You Ever Boon Convicted of a Crime involving Domestic Violence? 19. Have You Ever Boon Found by a Court to have Committed 3 Juvenile Offense invoicing Conduct that would be a Crime if Committed by an Adult? Yes (hunch ittciudiztgj citric, of?cers, can} jifNo Yos District?s 3531121??de Lizzie, air: so. a to.) =33 No 20. 21. Do you intend to Carry a ?rearm White Providing Security Services? 22. Do You or Your Agency have Proof of Bonding ondfor insurance on File With The North Dakota Private investigation 8: Security Board? El; N0 13 Yes orob cortif under enatt of eru nformationis cl be that the information contained heroin is trig. i understand that failure to unitary gertinent use for do iat oi stratum or iiceusure. W2 25/16 Appli'rf?n . Signature? M. Subs iibed and sworn to before STATE 01 [?otilla (limiting Countyoi Sgt?! . FEES: Security Provider: $130.00 Detective Agency: $250.00 Armed Certification: $30.09 Duplicate License Fee: $10.00 My CommissiOn Expires: I ?e ZQ?li Security Agency: 8250.00 Security Of?cer: $25.00 Criminal Record Searches: $42119 Transter or Upgrades: $25.00 Date ot?Applic?tion .CHERYL MENCOME NOTARY PUBLIC Co?vnty -r ort amine Nam?pub?fi? t? Private Detective: $130.00 Registered $25.09; Application and Testing co: $160.00 Security~Weapons Trainer. $20.09 . . 1I?l

9/30/2016 Application 3.jpeg This form must accompany each application for apprentice, security or commissioned of?cer status. This also applies to any uggrade in status. See hour requirements below. Must be signed by license holder. wilt complete the necessary hours oftraining and complies with the state?s Name at appk'eant (Please Punt) requirements for training. I verify that this applicant has hours training as is required by statute-(rule. 5 (Attach Proof) Signature of Registered Training Officer Signature of License Holder Date Date Apprentice 12 ?oors ?eld service training or 12 hours ClaSerOln instruction Secquty 1000 hours ?eld _seniice training and 32 hours classroom _inStruction Commissioned 4000 hours ?eld sewice training and 80 hours claSSroom instruction if requesting equivalency hours, complete questions below and attach necessary documentation ofhours, credits, or experience verifying equivalency. Post?Secondary Education 1. Pest- Secondary Education: (Attach all EducauonaiTransoripts) University Graduate School TechnicaWocationai Other (Please identify) I 2. Name. City. State. 8 Zip of Education Institution: Dates Attended: Graduate?htl Yes No ?1 [angfl V?ngbr Hf?n&f "it Beginning: DegreeEndmg: Mm 3. Name, City. State. 8 Zip of Additiona! Educational Dates Attended: Graduate? 21 Yes N0 Institution. {in . . 1' Mir, 6 .- anai 3c. Home @1612}: 4 I Ending? 8 c? Hr?: (3F chfa?t cf i'??ol I 56C WHY Gn? ?1:3 It. Othr Training (Please Sneciiy) Dates Credit Received? Yes El No Beginning: Ending? Attach documentation verifying training. Prior Private Security, Private Investigativepr?aw Enforcement Experience 5. Date Position: Hours Worked: his off (?rst: ?269?? Raps,? we; wear? 6. Agency: Dates. 9 Position: . -. 7. Branch: (LastStalion. City. State. Zip) Dates: Highest Rank: Honorable Discharge? Arin [Si 3,006.? Fun. 130%? lL-nal 0609.44 L43 (N1 EYes i (?03 V5 ?El-ilk" Attach Discharge Papers 1 8 JD Page 3 S?cbd4f357272d?proiector:?l

9/30/2016 PISB Appiication 5.}peg 1. me of Employer (Print) 2. Phone Number (include area code) us. my; specs; opt-?La; 1 3. Street Aiddress d. City, State. Zip 5. Job Title 6. Dates of Employment (from MMIYY to MMIYY) 7. Exact Duties which Relate to the License Sought and Percentage 0 Time Devoted to These Duties. BE SPECIFIC. Mr. ?0656 {1/6ij {n ?the An}, Special Kaye- cad Dis-Ha. Perch ?HQ-vase 70m 41;: fault of pack For Cl?f?? (mammal. a. I 3965.1} it Eva? Lam Mr! {?15655 ?l?fti 66; .J 8. Name and Tulle of Individual who can Verify Employment 9. Phone Number (include area code) 1. Name of Employer (Print) - M5 DE trace} of Stir-3}" 2. Phone Number (include area code) 3. Street Address 4. City. State. Zip 5. Job Title 6. Dates or Employment {from MMIYY to MMIYY) 7. Exact Duties which Relate to the License Sought and Percentage of Time Devoted to These Duties. BE SPECIFIC. filament iLr fin-V, Mr. (?2656 SE-tcc ['69 ?La La it: (,9wa Fig-rah Haw-jer- . I ?Fc?rr 4L6 MS a??rlimch} tiff "115}, Shirt/1 ?Wink Dir-?2 rib-?h??fs If] 'f +It ck] Ed-?Sig? U.- 71k in WSEICI i-t?ni 8. Name and Titte of individual who can Verity Employment 9. Phone Number (include area code) UTILIZE ADDITIONAL SHEETS iF NECESSARY l, jaunt/S 266% applicant for licensing in the State of North Dakota. authorize direct contact to be made with the companyldepartment representative of ail my employers and any other persons from the company to provide input on my empioyment history. i understand this contact witi be made to discuss speci?c duties, job performance and any other information necessary in determining my suitability for iicensing by the North Dakota Private investigation Security Board. Additionaiiy, veri?cation of education and licensure from otheriurisdictions is granted by said applicant. Applicant?s signature: Date: 62/2 {If (V 7VV Page 6 111

93012016 PISB Application 4.jpeg 1. Name (fndividuatuccnse Homer): Date: 2. Status: New Application [3 Renewal de?es tan-inch 3. Name of Agency: 1 Tifjfi?SL?d-?r" 4. dlbl'a: hi/tq' 5. Street?dds 6. (NOTE: This address witl be utilized for ALL correspondence) 8. CityIStateIZip: 9. Tetephone Number Of?ce: Home: 11. E~mailAu 12 World Wide Web Address: LJLILJ i? gasp-a can 13. ND Detective Age?'cy or Security Agency License Number(s) and Date issued: 14. Contact Person/Title 15. Agency is a: :3 Sole Proprietorship El Partnership Corporation [if 1.1.0 16. Name of License Holder Responsible for Agency Personnel: flea. int it 17. iotal Number of Emptoyees Providing Private investigative or Security Service: Globally ji?? 18 For Corporations Partnerships. and Limited Liability Companies - Principal Officer include All Owners With 10% in Corporation or Company - List Each Name Title Address Telephone Number of Ownership jt?ime-j Etude? dege'l/ ?Niki toe-law coo individuals listed? in this ?eld must aiso fill out the Applicant information Form supply ?ngerprint cards, and indude fees for Criminal records search. 19. Persons Serving in any Mensgeriai capacity for the Agency? 5 Operatioo to North Dakota" Name Titie Address Telephone Nomber it! Note: tndividuais listed in this field must also fit! out the Applicant lnfomtation Form. Page 4 :l/mail .googl e.comlm ai nboxli S?cbd4f357272d?projector= 1 1/1

. TigerSwan Sold-Eons to Uncertainty? October 4, 2016 Ms. Cheryl Kruger NDPISB 513' East Bismarck Expressway, Suite 5 Bismarck, North Dakota 58504 Re: TigerSwan Unlicensed Security Services Dear Ms. Kruger: We are in receipt of your letter dated September 23rd, 2016. Please allow this letter to serve as TigerSwan?s formal response within the time frame requested in your letter. Please be advised that TigerSwan is not conducting ?private security services? in North Dakota. Pursuant to North Dakota Century Code Section 43-30?01 (6), ?Private Security Services" means the furnishing for hire security of?cers or other persons to: a. Protect persons or preperty; b. Prevent or detect theft or the unlawful taking of goods, wares, or merchandise, or to prevent the misappropriation or concealment of goods, wares, merchandise, money, bonds, stocks, choses in action, notes, or other valuable documents or papers; c. Control, regulate, or direct the ?ow of or movements of the public, whether by vehicle or otherwise, to assure protection of private property; d. Prevent or detect intrusion, unauthorized entry or activity, vandalism, or trespass on private property; e. Perform the service of a security of?cer or other person for any'of these purposes; or f. Transport money or negotiable securities to or from a ?nancial institution or between business locations on a regular or daily basis, except for mail delivery. TigerSwan has not hired anyone to provide any of the above-mentioned services nor is it providing private security services. TigerSwan appreciates the NDPISB board for doing its due diligence and since TigerSwan is a licensed security services provider and compliant by the North Carolina Board, we have submitted a packet to become a licensed private security firm within the state of North Dakota should such services, which are not present at the time, be required from TigerSwan. TigerSwan 3467 Apex Peakway, Apex, NC 27502 (919) 439?7110

TigerSwen Sol?ons to Uncertainty? Ms. Cheryl Kruger NDPISB Page Should you have any further concerns or inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us. TigerSwan 3467 Apex Peakway, Apex, NC 27502 (919) 439-7110

North Dakota PRIVATE INVESTIGATION SECURITY BOARD 513 East Bismarck Expressway, Suite 5 701-222?3063 Blsmarclc, North Dakota 58504 October 5, 2016 Dear Tiger Swan: '1 am returning your packet and fees for a Private Security Provider/Agency; I have outlined the fees and guidelines below. Criminal Records: $42.00 App Testing fee: $100.00 Private Security Fee: $130.00 Agency Fee (only if applying for Agency status): $250.00 You must supply pages I, 2, 3, and 6 from our website: along with all documentation including proof of 4000 hours of Security Service, proof of 80 classroom hours, 2 passport size photos, proof from the Secretary of State that you are authorized to work in ND, and Proof of Insurance which must include 0 coverage, and 2 ?ngerprint cards. . If obtaining Agency status, you must also submit page 4. You must include proof that you are a part owner, member, or partner of the company. You must be the ?decision maker? as all correspondence will go directly to you. When all documentation and fees are received and the background check comes back clear, we will contact you to set up a date and time for the Security Provider Exam. if obtaining Agency status, all employees must also submit an application, $67.00 fee, 2 ?ngerprint cards, and BCI Release form. Corporate of?cers must submit the application along with 2 ?ngerprint cards, and $42.00 criminal records search fee. if you have any other questions or concerns, please feel lice to contact this of?ce. All roles and regulations along with application forms are found on our website. Thank you. Sincerely, mger Of?ce Assistant NDPISB

I ACORD CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE 101?2812016 REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURENS). AUTHORIZED certificate holder in Of such endorsementIs). IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED. the policy?es) must be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED. subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certi?cate does not confer rights to the PRODUCER Rutherfoord, A Marsh McLennan Agency LLC Co. PHONE 5500 Cherokee Avenue, Suite 300 . - .- Alexandria VA 22312 .Amagess - .. m4 AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC msunenn Syndicate 26231623 at Lloyds 55555 INSURED TIGERINCI msuaerza :Hartford Underwriters Insurance Com 30104 LLC msuaea :Wesco Insurance Company 25011 3467 Apex Peakway msuaea D. Apex NC 27502 INSURERE: INSURER COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 1982428415 REVISION NUMBER: THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN. THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS. EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. msa ADDL swam ucv EFF poucv ex UK TYPE OF INSURANCE wvo POLICY Damage LIMITS A COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY ?I31f2016 7,31,2017 EACH OCCURRENCE 53.000300 DAMAGE TO semen I CLAIMS-MADE occua PREMISES (Ea 5 MED EXP {Any one person) 5 PERSONAL a. ADV INJURY AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: GENERAL AGGREGATE $5,000,000 I . POLICY Egg; LOC PRODUCTS -COMPIOP AGG 3 OTHER: 5 AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY 42ugczw4oa1 713112016 751/201 7 52300399 ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY (Per person) - 3253;21; EDDILY INJURY (Per accident) 5 PROPERTY DAMAGE HIRED AUTOS AUTOS (Fe: accident} 5 UMBRELLA LIAB OCCUR EACH OCCURRENCE 5 excess me CLAIMSMADE AGGREGATE I cap I I RETENTION WORKERS COMPENSATION wwc3187007 3:2912013 3129:2017 PER 0? - AND LIABILITY STATUTE I I 5" ANY PROPRIETORJPARTNERIEXECUTIVE EL. EACH ACCIDENT 51.000000 OFFICERIMEMBER I A (Mandatory In NH) EL. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE 51.000060 If es. describe un?er scam-non OF OPERATIONS below EL. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT 51.000900 A ProfessionaI LiabIIin 8039151502076 7131/2016 35.000.900 Aggzegate . . $3,000,000 Each Occurrence DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS I LOCATIONS I VEHICLES (ACORD 101. Addillonal Remarks Schedule. may be aItached If more space is required} CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION I SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE may. mg ACORD 25 (2014I01) 1988-2014 ACORD CORPORATION. AII rights reserved. The ACORD name and Iago are registered marks of ACORD

AGENCY CUSTOMER ID: L00 I 69 AICOR. ADDITIONAL REMARKS SCHEDULE Page AGENCY NAMEDINSURED Rutherfoord, A.Marsh McLennan Agency LLC Co. TigerSwan, LLC 3467 Apex Peakway POLICY NUMBER Apex NC 27 5 02 CARRIER NAIC com; EFFECTIVE ems: ADDITIONAL REMARKS THIS ADDITIONAL REMARKS FORM IS A SCHEDULE T0 ACORD FORM, FURNINUMBER: 25 OF LIABILITY INSURANCE required by written contract for the re?erenced job and/or contract. Per the cancellation clause contained in the policies noted on this certificate, the policy provisions include at least 30 days notice of cancellation except for non?payment: of premium. ACORD 101 (2008101) 2008 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and 1090 are registered marks of ACORD

Page i of NDPISB From: <[email protected]> Date: Friday, November 04, 2016 12:07 PM To: "John Golden" <[email protected]> Subject: Re: Application inquiry Hello if his D0214 indicates military police or security, you can provide that as proof. it not, you can submit something on company letterhead that states that he has at least 4000 hours of security work. This must be signed by someone in authority of the company. The same goes for classroom training. Either provide something on company letterhead, or you can provide proof from the college he attended. The ciassroom courses must pertain to security and be at least 80 hours. Certificates are fine also, as long as they state the number of ciassroom hours. Thanks Cheryl From: John Golden Sent: Friday, November 04, 2016 11:45 AM To: NDPISBQmidcohet Subject: Application Inquiry Good Afternoon, My name is John Golden contacting you from TigerSwan. We had recently submitted an application applying for security licensing. it was returned tons and it was stated that we needed to present proof of security service hours and classroom hours for Mr. Reese. Mr. Reese has twenty?five years worth of security service hours in the military, and nine years operating TigerSwan. He also has more than a sufficient amount of hours of classroom security studies, earning a masters degree in international security. How would you advise, or what articles would be required to provide proof of these security service and classroom hours? Thank you, John Golden dissent Sistine? NOTE: This document may contain TigerSwan incorporated privileged, proprietary, or con?dentiai information that is exempt from disclosure under applicable law. It is intended for the use of authorized persons. if the reader of this document is not the intended recipient or the employee or agent responsible for delivering its contents to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. if you have received this document in error, please contact the sender by repiy email and destroy or deiete ail copies of the message, including any attachments. 1 I400 16

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,ETigerSwan Soltitions to Uncertaintyi? November 16, 2016 RE: Security and classroom hours Dear'Ms. Kruger, This letter is to verify that Mr. James Patrick Reese has more than 4000 hours of security work. Mr. Reese retired from the ?Delta Force? after 25 years as a decorated combat leader. After retirement from the ?Delta orce?, Mr. Reese was named the Director of Security Operations fora rnulti?billion?dollar international Fortune 100 Company. He was responsible for implementing and reorganizing the security apparatus of the company as well as the chairman?s critical infrastructure, maritime, aviation, domestic, and international personal-security operations. In 2008, he was specially recruited as the program director for the US Department of State, Diplomatic Security, High Threat Security Services for Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2009, Mr. Reese began focusing on TigerSwan fulltirne. Throughout the last 7 years, he has provided private security both directly on the ground and indirectly through leadership from headquarters. He has also handled many private investigations for Ti gerSwan. Mr. Reese also has more than 80 hours of classroom instruction. He attended MIT from 20084009 and received a Masters in International Security and Relations in which he earned 60 hours of classroom time. Mr. Reese is also a Resident Graduate of the Army Command Staff College and War College, each equaled about 30 hours of classroom time. He has 6 years of combat experience and also attended continuing education classes for his current NC Private Investigator and Security Guard Patrol licenses. If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at [email protected] or 919?5 14-1 1 30. Sincerely, William A. Whitlow CEO . TigerSwan 3467 Apex Peakway, Apex, NC 27502 (919) 439-7110

North Dakota PRIVATE INVESTIGATION SECURITY BOARD 513 East Bismarck Expressway, Suite 5 Bismarck, North Dakota 58504 70 1 -222?3 063 11117)?? Dear I am returning the enclosed application(s) and fees for: {may meld/LC? The application(s) is incomplete due to the following: Social Security Number must be ?lled out El Did you Graduate? Diploma or El Signature, Date, SS or Birthdate El Notary . . Missmg Documents: 2 plr?id? CWOKW Meme/tote. {9 Fingerprint Cardsis'ggm? gag/(Alta 332V $3 Incorrect Fees: wriwbw (30 [Mei/1C3 93% {9503630 ~47, Lia 7" {?aking (it-83. $105; 6 El Other: We cannot process the applications until the above is corrected. Please return all applications, documentation, fees, and prints to this of?ce ASAP. If you have any questions, feel free to contact this of?ce any time at 701-222-3063 or email 'd . t. 9?5 ?6 have gutted/Ml to mam/w to Thankyou. a gal/l Sincerely, 1:10 Mare/x dacwm Wat/home 0.1on to? . c! tam Wave We ?0 Chery Kra'er 4 MW (Motif M0. ?fe/32 Co Of?ce Asmstant . NDPISB title (Hum/Ad Enclosures ?ill ?ll [5/179de ?ee/w ('whi?gw) Qat?m? Biol '47} common? new/1&4

Page 1 of i NDPISB From: <[email protected]> Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 11:4! AM To: <[email protected]> Subject: Security Application Hello I am in need of clarification with regard to the application received from James Reese for a Security Provider/Agency in North Dakota. It appears that Mr. Reese has the qualifications to become licensed in ND. However, our resources state that your Agency (Tigerswan) is currently doing security work in North Dakota. Please explain the nature of the work you are presently doing. I am in need of this information before i can further process your application. Please respond by email ASAP. Thank you. Cheryl Kruger Office Assistant 12/14/2016

Page i of 2 NDPISB From: "James Reese" <[email protected]> Date: Wednesday, December 14, 20l6 1:05 PM To: <[email protected]> Cc: "Shawn Sweeney" <[email protected]> Attach: Letter to ND PiSB__lO.4.16.pdf Subject: RE: Security Appiication Mrs. Kruger, we answered this same question when we received your letter and it was sent to you on 4 October. See attached. We are doing management and iT consulting for our client and doing no security work. The security work is being done by licensed in state companies that you know. Please reach out to me direct if you need additional clarification. We look forward to completing our licensing requirements. Thank you Jim Reese Founder and President TigerSwan "Solutions to Uncertainty?i?" Twitter: @TigerSwan Office: +1 (919) 439?8346 Fax: +1 (919) 30343331 J. [email protected] From: NDPISB [mailto:ndpistmidconetl Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 12:42 To: [email protected]: [email protected] Subject: Security Application Hello I am in need of clarification with regard to the application received from James Reese for a Security Provider/Agency in North Dakota. it appears that Mr. Reese has the qualifications to become licensed in ND. However, our resources state that your Agency (Tigerswan) is currently doing security work in North Dakota. Please explain the nature of the work you are presently doing. i am in need of this information before i can further process your application. Please respond by email ASAP. Thank you. 12/l4/20l6

Page 2 ol?2 Cheryl Kruger Office Assistant is NOTE: This document may contain TigerSwan incorporated privileged, proprietary, or con?dential information that is exempt from disclosure under applicabie law. it is intended for the use of authorized persons. if the reader of this document is not the intended recipient or the employee or agent responsible for delivering its contents to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this document in error, please contact the sender by repiy email and destroy or delete all copies of the message, including any attachments. 12/14/2016

MINUTES December 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. Board Meeting-Bismarck Airport Bismarck, ND 1. Chairman, John Shorey, called the meeting to order at 11:05 am. Board members present: Mike Stensrud, Rick Schuh, Nancy Miller, Ernie Thurman, and Randy Ziegler. Board member absent, Mike Wetsch. Others present: Executive Director, Francine Johnson, Of?ce Assistant, Cheryl Kruger, Legal Counsel, Monte Rogneby, Scott Williams and Keith Rowan representing Pro Dog Security, Rory Schuh representing Securitas Security, Bill Gordon representing Advance Security. 2. New board member, Ernie Thurman, was introduced and welcomed to the Board. 3. The minutes were reviewed from the previous meeting. Mike Stensrud made the motion to accept the minutes and Rick Schuh seconded. 4. Of?cer elections from the previous meeting were revisited as suggested by Monte Rogneby. Motion was made by Rick Schuh to maintain the current officers, John Shorey, Chairman, Mike Stensrud, Vice-Chairman, and Nancy Miller, Treasurer. Ernie Thurman seconded. 5. Francine Johnson reported that the FBI audit was completed. The auditor instructed the Board of?ce to change the current denial letter sent to applicants. He reiterated that the denial letter cannot state the specific reason for the denial. He felt the current letter disclosed there was a criminal record and that none of the reasons should be circled or noted to the security agency. Previous protocol was that the agency was noti?ed that it was either a disclosure issue, a deniable offense, or insuf?cient information was not provided. The auditor indicated the reasons could still be listed on the denial letter but we could not circle which reason speci?cally because that would be a violation of disclosure issue in his view. The Board determined that the letters would still be sent to the agencies, but the speci?c reason would only be sent to the applicant when he requested his record. 6. Cheryl Kruger informed the Board that the minutes will not be posted on the website until they are approved by the Board at the next regularly scheduled Board meeting. 7. Cheryl Kruger informed the board that the BCI fees have been reduced by $2.00. Nancy Miller made the motion to reduce the registration fees by $2.00, which equates to a $65.00 fee rather than the $67.00 fee charged currently. This new fee would go into effect January 1, 20l 7. Randy Ziegler seconded. A letter to all license holders will be sent to inform them of the new change in fees. 8. Mike Stensrud reported there was no new information relating to BCI ?ngerprint processing delays. ?0 9. Francine Johnson reported on the activity of Day Associates of Montana. The of?ce received a complaint from the Golden Valley County Sheriffs Of?ce in North Dakota that this company and employee performed investigative services in North Dakota. Subsequent information and a letter from Day Associates con?rmed that they in fact conducted investigative activities within North Dakota. Nancy Miller made the motion to send a letter along with the pertinent to the Golden Valley States Attorney requesting they prosecute this matter. Rick Schuh seconded it. 10. Cheryl Kruger provided the board with information on the complaint regarding FBS Consulting Services conducting security work without being properly licensed. A letter was sent

to the company advising them of the violation. The work was being conducted on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Trevor Leach, of FBS Consulting, responded and indicated they would stop the security work until they were properly licensed. There was some discussion by the Board as to jurisdiction on reservation property. Mike Stensrud made the motion to send a follow-up letter to FBS inquiring if they intend to become licensed and whether they are still providing security services. Seconded by Rick Schuh. 11. Francine Johnson informed the board that the deadline for the Legislative pie?tiling had past. Chairman, John Shorey, advised members to let the of?ce know if there are any legislative issues pertaining to the Board in the upcoming session. Bill Gordon of Advance Security indicated he is working on legislation to allow security of?cers in airports arrest powers on warrants. He requested the Board compose this legislation. He was advised that the Board does not author/draft legislation and that he needed to contact the legislative council as well as gaining a legislator to sponsor his legislative proposal. Once he has the verbiage on the issue, the Board would review that proposed legislation before any endorsement of it. Bill Gordon is pursuing a change in arrest authority at the airports within the state. There was considerable discussion on this matter and it was determined that Bill Gordon would need to make the necessary contacts with regard to law enforcement, TSA, and legislative council and sponsorship in order to move forward on this matter. No further action was taken by the Board. 12. Randy Zeigler left the meeting at noon due to other commitments. l3. Francine Johnson provided a summary regarding Advance Security?s unregistered security of?cers: Steve l-laggerty, Larry Olson, Wendell Rose, David Dalton, and James Lehse. These individuals were not properly registered or renewed and were still placed on a security post. Bill Gordon, license holder for Advance Security stated he was aware that the renewals were late, but he made a business decision continue to have these individuals work for the company and remain in violation. He stated he had sent a personal check to the Board because he didn?t have access or availability to a company check. He stated this delayed the process as well, even though the renewals were already late and beyond the timeline. He was informed that the board policy is that of not accepting personal checks due to problems with NSF checks. Rick Schuh made the- motion to ?ne Advance Security $1,000.00 and place them on 2 years? probation for the violations of the ?ve employees. Ernie Thurman seconded. 14. Francine Johnson provided a summary fora second violation for Bill Gordon with Advance Security. There were two additional unregistered employees: Logan Johnson and Muse Diriye. Both worked security in North Dakota without being properly registered. Rick Schuh made a motion to impose an additional $1,000.00 ?ne. Ernie Thurman seconded. If there is another violation the Board will revisit the issue. 15. Cheryl Kruger provided an update on the Pro Dog Security?s violation of unregistered employees: Scott Volker and Alex Fisher. Keith Rowan indicated that he had health issues at that time and was unaware of the problem. He stated that Brett Anderson, former manager for the company, was in charge of the registration. Because of legal issues with Brett Anderson, Rowan inquired if Anderson?s registration card could be suspended. Rowan shared that Anderson had embezzled from his company but he had chosen not to pursue action against him. There were several integrity/ethics issues relating to Anderson. Keith Rowan indicated he will send Brett Anderson?s card to the Board and he will advise Brett Anderson that his registration has been suspended. The office will send a letter to Brett Anderson informing him oi" the StISpension after receipt of the letter from Keith Rowan. On the issue of Scott Volker and Alex Fisher, the NDPISB office received con?rmation from Keith Rowan that both employees were

removed from post. Rick Schuh made a motion to impose a $1,000.00 ?ne, compliance checks to be submitted to the Board of?each month, the ability for random compliance checks, and probation until December 16, 2018. Seconded by Nancy Miller. Monte Rogneby, legal counsel for the Board, will compose the stipulation agreement. .16. Cheryl Kruger provided a summary regarding violation of unregistered employees: Duane Duppong, Jamie Castner, Kris Bauer, Alan Wilson, Shawn Iverson, Alicia I-laats, Shari Selzer, and Steve Wiedman. Bill Leoni, license holder for GSSC, provided. a written response indicating the Fargo of?ce was in charge of the renewals. He stated that their renewal procedures were not correctly followed and they are addressing the issue internally. The letter indicated these employees were removed from post until they received their renewed cards. Rick Schuh made the motion to impose a $1,000.00 ?ne and 2 years probation. Seconded by Ernie Thurman. Monte Rogneby, legal counsel for the Board, will compose the stipulation agreement. 17. Cheryl Kruger provided a summary for the G48 violation of unregistered security officers: Erica McCaghren and Robert Rigby. Erica McCaghren was inactivated in the tiles per con?rmation from G48. A renewal was received for Erica McCaghren. Erica McCaghren indicated that she had been working for G48 for the past 13 months. G48 indicated that it was an accidental oversite and Erica McCaghren will be removed from post until properly registered. Robert Rigby was inactivated by G48, but they did not return the pocket card to the of?ce. A renewal form was submitted by G48 for Robert Rigby. Robert Rigby stated he has been working since March of 2016. G48 responded stating they failed to reactivate Robert Rigby?s card and he was working with his old card. They removed him from post and have not renewed his application. Rick Schuh made the motion to impose a $1,000.00 ?ne and 2 years probation. Seconded by Nancy Miller. Monte Rogneby, legal counsel for the Board, will compose the stipulation agreement. 18. Cheryl Kruger provided a summary on the Armored Knights violation for the unregistered security of?cers: Natalia Chouanard and James Fisher. A renewal was sent for both individuals, but was returned to the Armored Knights due to incorrect fees. The license holder, Trevor Millikan, stated that Natalia Chouanard did work on 10/1/16, but was taken off post when he became aware that she did not have her new card. He resubmitted her renewal and Natalia Chouanard?s card was issued on 10/7/16. There was a motion by Mike Stensrud to place a letter . of reprimand in their ?le for Armored Knights. Seconded by Nancy Miller. 19. The ?nancial report was given by Nancy Miller. Total expenses for November were $18,751.72. Total income was $8,984 with. a net loss of 89.76772. Total assets are $226,794.28. Mike Stensrud made the motion to approve the treasurer report. Seconded by Rick Schuh. Nancy Miller presented the new budget. She indicated that legal fees and salaries may need adjustment after reviews at this meeting. Rick Schuh made the motion to approve the budget with an amendment to legal fees and salary expense. Seconded by Ernie Thurman. 20. Employee salary reviews for Francine Johnson and Cheryl Kruger were discussed. Francine informed the Board that she will be retiring December 2017. Francine and Cheryl chose to leave the reom white the Board discussed their wages. The Board gave Francine a 5% increase on her salary. Cheryl will remain on salary full time until the end of March, 2017. A committee, which will consist of all Board members present at this meeting, Mike Stensrud, Nancy Miller, John Shorey, and Ernie Thurman willset up a special meeting via teleconference to discuss the

succession plan for the Executive Director position as well as Cheryl Kruger?s future wages and bene?ts. 21. The meeting schedule for 2017 is: February 21, May 16, August 15, and November 28. 22. A motion was made by Nancy Miller to close the meeting for Executive Session for attorney/client discussion concerning an investigation update on DAPL. Rick Schuh seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken. All were in favor of the session. The. public was asked to leave and the Executive Session began at 2:50 pm. 23. The Executive Session was adjourned at 3:28 pm. and the public was invited back For the open meeting. 24. The board was informed that a license application was received from Tiger Swan, one ol? the companies af?liated with the DAPL project. It was noted there may be some issues concerning the application. Monte Rogneby, counsel for the Board, indicated that if Tiger Swan wished to appeal the standard process utilized on denials, the board may choose to hold a special meeting to address any issues surrounding the application. 25. Additional housekeeping matters related to approval by Monte Rogneby with regard to discussions between the new Treasurer, Nancy Miller, and outgoing Treasurer, John Shorey, relating to financial questions. He indicated this would not be construed as an open meeting violation or concern. They could consult each other on the financial matters. The Board was also informed that the office was experiencing issues with some agencies requestirig/demanding special treatment with regard to the turnaround time of registration cards. in an effort to be fair to all agencies, the of?ce will institute the practice of mailing all registration cards so there is no appearance of favoritism or special treatment to any company. The agencies can provide an overnight label and envelope if they would like their cards sooner than what is delivered through the US Postal system. . 26. Rick Schuh made the motion to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by Ernie Thurman. The meeting adjourned at 3:40 p.111. ??94?7 Wm Date tiller/r1 1/ mam/t 42211.3}? Of?cb?Assistant Date

FORM 1 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA NORTH DAKOTA PRIVATE INVESTIGATIVE AND SECURITY BOARD IN THE MATTER OF: NOTICE OF INTENT TO DENY The Application of: JAMES REESE APPLICATION AND RIGHT TO REQUEST ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the North Dakota Private Investigative and Security Board (Board), acting through instructions provided to its Executive Director, intends to deny your application pursuant to North Dakota Century Code 43-30-12 and 43~30~13 and North Dakota Administrative Code art. 93?02. The Board intends to deny your application for one of the following reason(s): a Positive criminal history for one or more disqualifying offenses; 0 Failure to disclose on the application form all arrests and/or adjudications of guilt; Failure to provide sufficient information for the Board to determine whether a reported offense or adjudication has a direct bearing on your fitness to serve the public. You may re?apply with full disclosure for an additional fee of $25.00. if you feel this decision is based on inaccurate information. please submit correct information within fourteen days of receipt of this notice and request reconsideration by the Executive Director. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that you have a right to request an administrative review of your application by the Board?s Executive Committee. A request for administrative review must be in writing and must specifically state why you

(Agency) and the applicant feel the intent of the Board to deny your application is not appropriate. Failure to request administrative review within fourteen days of receipt of this notice will be considered acceptance of the Board's decision on your application. Additionally, a copy of the record can only be sent DIRECTLY to the individual by hislher request. Copies of the record must be requested (in writing) from the applicant along with their PERSONAL mailing address. No copies can be furnished to the agency or employer by the as outlined by Federal Law. Dated this 19th day of December, 2016. North Dakota Private investigative and Security Board By: Francine Johnson Executive Director North Dakota Private investigative and Security Board 513 Bismarck Expressway Suite #5 Bismarck, ND 58504

I, ha? 27 December, 2016 . Ms. Francine Johnson . 7 Executive Director . 7 513 E. Bismarck Expressway Suite #5 Bismarck, ND 58504 Ms. Johnson, i am responding to your letter dated 19 December, 2016 reference the denial of my application base on one of three issues listed in your letter. i have never been convicted of any criminal crime in my life. if i failed to disclose on the application all arrests, this was an oversight by me and my apologies. I assumed if an arrest was dismissed by the district attorney, I would not be considered arrested for a crime. i am including a copy of the dismissal record from my lawyers from the state/county criminal records. i am including a check for $25 and full disclosure. My wife is diagnosed with bipolar disease. My wife had a depression act in luly 2015, where she became belligerent and i had been advised over the years by mental health professionals to "Walk Away? from the situation. i left my house when she went into her state. She became irate and contacted the local police. was not home when the police arrived and my wife claimed we had an argument and spit on her. i never heard from a police officer, was never questioned by a police officer, and three days later while at my office, the local police (different jurisdiction) came to my office with a warrant for my arrest for simple assault. was booked, saw the magistrate and given a court date. The arresting officer had no evidence, had never interviewed me, and my wife admitted post arrest, that she was under stress, could not reach me, and called the police. The district attorney dismissed the case when it went to court. i believe the denial is based off of inaccurate information and am requesting reconsideration by the executive director. I hope this letter and reconsideration by the Executive Director is deemed correct and we can move forward to finish the application. However, in the same letter i have the same 14 days to request an administrative review of my application by the Board's Executive Committee. i feel this should be an additional 14 days if the Executive Director denies my reconsideration upon that date, however, in keeping with the nature of the letter I am requesting the Board Review so i do not fall out of the grace period of the 14 days as stated in the letter. I also request a copy of the record criminal record reviewed by the be sent to

MINUTES January 6, 2017 9:00 am. Board Meeting~Bismarck Airport Bismarck, ND 1. Chairman John Shorey called the special meeting to order at 9:00 aan. Board members present: Rick Schuh, Nancy Miller (via telephone), Ernie Thurman, Michael Wetsch, and Randy Ziegler (ioined meeting at 9:30). Board member absent: Mike Stensrud. Others present: Executive Director, Francine Johnson, Office Assistant, Cheryl Kruger, legal counsel, Monte Rogneby. 2. Francine Johnson instructed the Board to destroy their copies of information relating to James Reese and TigerSwan after the meeting. A motion was made by Rick Schuh to close the meeting for an Executive Session for attorney/client discussion concerning the security provider/agency application for James Reese and TigerSwan. Mike Wetsch seconded the motion. A roll cat! was taken. The vote was unanimous. The Executive Session began at 9:04 am. 3. A motion was made by Mike Wetsch to adjourn the executive session. Seconded by Ernie Thurman. The Executive Session was adjourned at 9:30 am. and the public was invited back for the open session of the meeting. 4. Rick Schuh made the motion to deny the application for James Reese, of TigerSwan due to the fact that the application is incomplete. The appeal by James Reese would also be denied until the requested infounation is provided to the Boaid as to the nature and details of the secu1ity and/or investigative activities conducted in the state of North Dakota. Seconded by Ernie inn man. 5. Fiancine Johnson and Cheryl Kruger chose to leave the meeting so the board could discuss salary/wage reviews and the succession plan. The board determined that they will revisit the succession plan and Cheryl Kruger?s wage and bene?ts once Monte Rogneby provides them with information requested on this matter. It was stated by Monte Rogneby that he would provide that within a week. At that time, the committee will hold a special meeting to discuss/assign duties to create the longnterm plan. The board revisited the wage for Francine Johnson and determined that an adjustment was to be made. Rick Schuh made the motion to increase the wage by $500 and Randy Ziegler seconded the motion. 6. Rick Sehnh made the motion to adjourn the meeting. Seconded by Mike Wetsch. The meeting adjourned at 10:35 am. . :3 Chairmaig Date patent/grow 4M Ashton Date

North Dakota PRIVATE INVESTIGATION SECURITY BOARD 513 East Bismarck Expressway, Suite 5 Blsmarck, North Dakota 58504 January 10, 2017 James Reese TigerSwan 3467 Apex Peakway Apex, NC 27502 Dear Mr. Reese: The Board has considered and denied your application to become a licensed Private Security Provider and Agency in North Dakota. One reason for the denial concerns your failure to respond to the Board?s request for information as to TigerSwan?s and James Reese?s activities within the State of North Dakota. The Board may reconsider its decision if you provide detailed infomation of all activities of TigerSwan and James Reese within North Dakota from January 1, 2016 to the present. Francine Johnson Executive Director NDPISB

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