Office: 909-350-2600

CA PI 29057, PPO 18078, TIF 2287

BSA Security and Investigations

​​President & CEO


Bruce Schofield is a 24-year veteran law enforcement officer retired from San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department (SBCSD). Prior to his law enforcement career, Bruce worked for several different public safety agencies as an Ocean Lifeguard, Reserve Firefighter, Disaster Training Coordinator, Paramedic Coordinator and Reserve Coroner’s Investigator. 

During the past 24-years, Bruce has worked as a canine handler, trainer and master trainer of explosive detection canine teams. During this time, he has certified over one thousand explosive detection canine teams from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies including ATF, CIA, DHS, FBI and USMS. During the past nine years, Bruce has assisted ATF personnel in the training and imprinting of hundreds of explosive detection canine teams from the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps at numerous military bases in both the CONUS and OCONUS prior to their deployment to Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa.

Bruce has served on numerous federal, state and local advisory boards and committees. Bruce has served as a member and subject matter expert on the National Explosive Detection Canine Advisory Board (NEDCAB), the Scientific Working Group on Dogs & Orthogonal Detector Guidelines (SWGDOG) and the California State Fire Marshal’s Office, Accelerant Detection Canine Team Standards Task Force.

During his law enforcement career, Bruce has gained extensive training and experience in crime and intelligence analysis, criminal investigations, anti-terrorism, counter-terrorism, dignitary / executive protection, basic and advanced special weapons and tactics, critical infrastructure protection and emergency management. Bruce is a graduate of the California State University Crime and Intelligence Program and currently certified as a Crime and Intelligence Analyst by the State of California Department of Justice.