How Adam Quirk Enforces the Law and Keeps Us Safe

Adam QuirkOne of Adam Quirk’s specialties in the past has included the investigation of robberies of financial institutions all through the United States. He has handled a lot more than that, however, including numerous homicide investigations, including current cases and quite a few cold cases. Adam is eager to always keep up to date with his profession. That is why he strives to learn new techniques and technologies through law enforcement training and why he also continues to learn as much as he can academically.

In addition to spending a lot of time reading and studying criminal justice-related literature, looking at case studies, journal articles and anything he can get his hands on, Adam Quirk has a lot of schooling. Quite a few years ago, in 2001, Adam Quirk earned a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and followed that up with a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Boston University, which he received just a few years later. Adam has apparently decided it’s not possible to have too much education because he recently re-entered academia, as he is currently working toward a MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

DEA Professional Adam Quirk

Adam Quirk

During his long career in the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Adam Quirk spent most of his time as a diversion investigator, which means he looked into cases in which legal deliveries of drugs were diverted to criminals before they could get to their destination, whether it was pharmacy, hospital clinic or treatment center. Due to his investigatory prowess, Adam was often chosen as a team leader on many long-term investigations. At the DEA, Adam Quirk also conducted numerous security assessments for all sorts of DEA registrants, including manufacturers, distributors and treatment center personnel.

Adam Quirk has worked in criminal justice and law enforcement at nearly every level, in both the public and the private sectors. He has investigated almost everything imaginable, including multi-jurisdictional and complex drug and violent crimes. He has also executed warrants, and conducted thousands of interrogations and screening interviews all over the United States. His specialty was investigating financial institution robberies throughout the U.S., but he handled a lot more than that, including homicide investigations, including numerous cold cases. Adam is eager to always keep up to date with his profession. That is why he strives to learn new techniques and technologies through law enforcement training and why he also continues to learn as much as he can academically. In addition to spending a lot of time reading and studying criminal justice-related literature, looking at case studies, journal articles and anything he can get his hands on, he has a lot of schooling.

Long ago, in 2001, Adam Quirk earned a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He then went on to obtain a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Boston University six years later. He recently re-entered the academic arena, where he is currently working toward a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Adam Quirk, Security Expert

Adam Quirk is committed to learning as much as he can. He is always learning new techniques and technologies to help him in his law enforcement career, but he also continues to learn as much as he can academically. He earned a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2001 and six years later, he earned a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Boston University. More recently, he re-entered the academic arena, working toward a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Of course, not all of Adam’s learning is formal academic. He spends a lot of time reviewing criminal justice-related literature, looking at case studies, journal articles and anything he can find.

More than a decade ago, Adam Quirk began to work with the Drug Enforcement Administration as a Diversion investigator. From that position, he worked on teams that investigated the diversion of controlled substances, which is roundabout way of saying that he investigated cases where drugs were supposed to go to pharmacies, hospitals or other legal sellers, but someone took them before they arrived.

Due to his investigatory experience, Adam Quirk often led teams for many long-term investigations and he conducted numerous security assessments for all sorts of DEA registrants. Registrants are people who are allowed to have certain Schedule II narcotics, but even they have to be registered. That group includes manufacturers, distributors and treatment center personnel. By now, Adam Quirk has worked in criminal justice at nearly every level for almost two decades, in both the public and the private sectors.