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Designations & Qualifications

Doctor Forensic Science (Active),
Fire & Explosion (AEFTI)
Oklahoma State University

M.S./GCrt, Forensic Science,
Fire & Explosion (AEFTI)
Oklahoma State University

BSci (Hons.), Fire Science,
University of North Texas Dallas

Certified Fire Investigator,
IAAI-CFI, #03-112915

Licensed Private Investigator
Texas Private Security Board
#04362001

Location

Houston, TX

Types of Cases & Investigations

Fire & Explosion Investigation

Forensic Research

Root Cause Analysis

Expert Testimony

Wesley Bradley

Vice President - Forensic Fire and Explosion Division

Wesley Bradley is a bilingual (Spanish/English) Certified Fire Investigator by the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI) and a Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator by the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC). With over 23 years in the fire service and forensic origin and cause fields; he has completed over 1700 fire and explosion investigations.

Throughout his career, Mr. Bradley has also obtained multiple collegiate degrees with Masters and Graduate Certificates in Forensics, a Bachelors in Fire and Administration Sciences, and two Associates- one with an emphasis in fire chemistry, and one in fire and explosion investigations. Mr. Bradley’s education and research has further resulted in focused collegiate certificates in Electrical Engineering, Residential & Commercial Power Systems, Complex Failure Analysis and Electrical Theory, and Automotive Fuel and Electronic Systems.

At OCI-USA, he brings an extensive background in advanced management of complex/large loss incidents, with successful resolution in several modes of fire origin and cause investigations, including industrial, commercial, residential, marine, outdoor, and various other occupancy types. His other professional expertise extends far into professorial instruction, private investigations, criminal investigations, live fire training & research, hazardous materials/chemical studies, and structural design and collapse operations.