Randy Middlebrook currently serves as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Protective Security Advisor (PSA) for Infrastructure Protection in Federal Region VIII’s Montana district; which covers the entire state. Mr. Middlebrook supports homeland security efforts serving as a federal liaison and advisor to the Governor’s Homeland Security Advisor on infrastructure protection matters. He contributes to the development of the national risk picture by assisting with the identification, assessment, monitoring, and minimizing of risk to critical assets, soft targets and public gatherings at the local level. Randy has earned the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Professional Designation (CPD) through the National Institute of Crime Prevention.

Prior to becoming a PSA, Mr. Middlebrook served as the Critical Infrastructure Protection Program Manager with the Montana Department of Justice at which time he was, and still is, a member of the Montana Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).

Before working for the state and federal governments, Mr. Middlebrook served on active duty for 21 years with the US Air Force.

Randy lives with his wife, Melanie, in Helena, Montana, and has lived in Montana since 1994.