G. Douglas Bullock, III

Senior Director, Private Client + Family Office Services

Former U.S. Secret Service Physical Security Specialist Doug Bullock is an experienced client advisor and technical security professional with extensive expertise in the design and implementation of technical surveillance countermeasures, physical protection systems, and comprehensive security surveys and risk assessments to identify vulnerabilities and inherent hazards.

Doug brings 30 years of government service in the law enforcement and military communities to the Hillard Heintze team and our clients across the public and private sectors. As a physical security specialist in the U.S. Secret Service’s Technical Security Division in Washington, D.C., Doug served as the Technical Security Lead Coordinator for presidential and vice presidential protective advances and National Special Security Events. Doug was responsible for identifying and implementing countermeasures for threats, hazards and vulnerabilities associated with explosives, chemical, biological, radiological, fire and life safety, hazardous materials and structural integrity.

Prior to his time at the Secret Service, Doug served as a police officer and then sergeant of the United States Park Police, Special Forces Branch in Washington, D.C. In this capacity, Doug trained as an Aviation Section Paramedic Rescue Technician, a rappel master, a tactical EMT, a swift water rescue technician and a hoist-and-forward-looking-infrared (FLIR) operator.

Doug began his career in the United States Coast Guard, where he executed search-and-rescue operations, law enforcement patrols and marine safety flights. He also maintained and repaired helicopter avionics, power plants, hydraulics and electrical systems.

Doug has received numerous awards and accolades for his dedicated service and technical experience, including the United States Coast Guard Commendation Medal for Air-Sea rescue, the Eastern District of Virginia’s Police Officer of the Year and several other life-saving awards.