Seeking a path out of crime and poverty for the youngest and most vulnerable of the Honduran population.
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David Hume III received his BA (Social Science) and JD from the University of Baltimore. He was awarded a Research Fellowship at the University of Delaware’s College of Marine Studies, specializing in Coastal Zone Law and Policy/Environmental Compliance. He is a life member of the United States Naval Institute. He served as Chief of Police, Little Creek, Delaware, and as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Delaware, assigned to the Department of Natural Resources. He also served in the US Coast Guard, reaching the rank of Lieutenant. Some of his assignments included Assistant Legal Officer, Intelligence Officer (Miami Seventh Coast Guard District Headquarters) and Chief of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Division, San Juan, Puerto Rico (Greater Antilles Section). Subsequent to his Coast Guard service, Hume formed a security consulting company focused on physical, electronic and maritime security solutions for heavy industry and methodologies for environmental protection and rehabilitation specializing in risk assessments for clients in Central and South America. His experience includes the preparation and completion of security and environmental projects in 32 countries in North, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. As HSSE director for a major European company in Mexico, he published numerous papers relating to security, safety, and the environment. At present, Hume, who is fluent in Spanish, serves as an environmental, security and safety consultant for the energy, transportation and manufacturing industries doing business in the Americas.