J. TEGAN BROADWATER
President & Founder
TEGAN served as a Fort Worth Police Officer for 13 years and in a law enforcement capacity for 20. His tenure included stints with both city and county Narcotics Units, the Gang Unit, the Homicide/Cold Case Unit, and the FBI Gang & Violent Crimes Task Force. He also worked and investigated cases alongside the DEA, Secret Service, and ATF. In 2001, he provided armed security at the United Nations Building, executed threat assessments and served as a protection specialist/armed transport of persons and supplies at "Ground Zero" in New York City during the September 11 catastrophe. Over the span of his law enforcement career, he executed over 5000 arrests and created, prepared and served over 500 dynamic, high-risk search warrants.
Tegan is an expert undercover operator and also has extensive experience in personal protection, investigations and threat analysis. Trained in mixed martial arts at the Rister International Academy in Irving, Texas, and a certified instructor of Defensive Tactics and Tactical Driving, he also instructed veteran officers and recruits at the Fort Worth Police Department for 9 years.
Tegan received dozens of commendations and awards during his tenure as a police officer. Among those, a Certificate of Merit for tracking, locating and seizing C-4 explosives during a gang retaliation plot, two high-honor awards presented by then Texas Senator Mike Moncrief for his work in New York City at “Ground Zero”, and of his 13-year tenure, he was a four-time nominee for the Fort Worth Police Department’s Officer of the Year award. For his deep undercover work in Operation Fish Bowl, a self-initiated project turned massive FBI operation that sentenced 41 violent Crip gang members to a total of 629 years of prison time, Tegan earned the United States Attorney Commendation Award and the Fort Worth Police Department’s Officer of the Year award. In addition, Operation Fish Bowl was nominated for the F.B.I.’s Overall Case of the Year. Broadwater has since authored the popular book, “Life In The Fish Bowl”, which details his harrowing experiences within this operation, the relationships he garnered, and his cultural awakening amidst gang-infested neighborhoods. All profits from his book are donated to charities that mentor children of incarcerated parents.
In May of 2008, in search of a new way to change lives for the better, Tegan left the police department and founded Tactical Systems Network, LLC in Fort Worth, Texas; a faith-rich, armed-security, personal protection and consultancy firm that also provides investigation and tactical training services for police, private security, and select civilians. TSN provides their executive-level services to businesses, and individuals ranging from religious organizations and schools to domestic violence victims and witnesses, to politicians and celebrities.
HOLLI J. BROADWATER
Chief Executive Officer
HOLLI oversees TSN operations and financials while utilizing the expertise from her previous business successes to provide an extraordinary service base to our clients. Her related experience began in 2003 when she founded Broadwater & Associates, a firm dedicated to providing comprehensive personal services to high net worth clientele. She worked alongside an attorney and CPA handling Estate Planning, business management and continuity, banking, estate contractor coordination, and supported general living provisions for her clients.
In 2006, she teamed with her networking counterparts to form as directors of one of her client's many businesses. There she handled all aspects of the businesses from licensing to financials, subcontracting reputable laborers, to hiring and firing of operating staffs.
In 2008, Holli joined TSN as the CFO. She has since gained a comprehensive knowledge of the security industry and how it relates to private wealth needs. She later formed HT Client Services and became it's President. HTCS combines valuable resources from her other successful businesses and TSN to create an all-encompassing private wealth resource firm that focuses on maintaining a low profile for those clients wishing for the same. HTCS is a certified minority/woman-owned business and is based in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. In January of 2015, she promoted to the majority owner and CEO of Tactical Systems Network, LLC and continues to commit to its growth and position as a leading-edge, custom security and investigation consultancy.
DANNY O. COULSON
Network Partner / International Consultant
Danny Coulson served in the Federal Bureau of Investigations for thirty-one years. He has served as the Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI with responsibility for worldwide terrorism investigations and commanded four FBI Field Divisions. In 1982, he created and commanded the famed FBI Hostage Rescue Team. While there, he commanded operations that led to the recovery of over 275 hostages and trained with the most elite Counter Terrorist Teams around the world. Notably, he was selected by the FBI Director to command the team investigating the Oklahoma Bombing incident, led the Iran Contra Investigation, and was the Tactical Commander during the Atlanta Prison Riots.
Mr. Coulson retired from the FBI in 1997 and now works as a high-level consultant with his firm, Coulson & Associates. He has conducted Security & Vulnerability Assessments for some of the United States’ most sensitive institutions both in a government capacity and as a consultant. Mr. Coulson regularly appears on network television as an expert in Terrorism and Violent Crime and oversees security operations for a major sports organization and several major corporations throughout the United States and abroad.
Mr. Coulson earned his BA in Government from Texas Christian University, a law degree from Southern Methodist University, and successfully graduated from the prestigious FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. In 2013, Mr. Coulson solidified an executive partnership with TSN as he continues to serve clients around the world at the highest level.