About me….

As promised, a little bit about myself. My name is Stephen Phillip Monteiro. I am an independent security, law enforcement and intelligence consultant. I recently retired as a Senior Vice President of a government consulting firm and before that spent over 20 years as a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service. I retired in 2005 as the Special Agent in Charge of the Forensic Services Division and then embarked on my second career−providing consultation to the Department of Homeland Security and to the Department of Justice. Before that I was a detective with the City of Concord, NH and before all that a proud member of the United States Navy. I’ve traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and throughout the world, conducting criminal investigations and providing protection to four U.S. Presidents. I have a BS in Public Administration from Franklin Pierce University and an MSc in Management from the Johns Hopkins University.  I married a wonderful woman named Carmela and have two awesome sons, Ryan and Jared. Its been a year of firsts for me. I recently welcomed by first grandchild Evie and have another on the way! I also just finished my first manuscript. A memoir entitled, The Gray Bird of Baghdad.  More about that later….

Published by Stephen Phillip Monteiro

Law enforcement, intelligence and security consultant

6 thoughts on “About me….

  1. Hello Steve! We are looking forward to reading your memoirs! God bless you, Carmela, and your growing family and thank you for all your service.


  2. Hi Steve, It’s a long way from your NH days but we’ve kept in touch with Carmela over the years via FB and Christmas Cards. I am looking forward to anything that can water down the animosity currently running amok in this great country of ours. We have turned on ourselves and lost the concept of an American Voice. You’re facing a huge task here and I’m rooting for all of us.


  3. Hi John,
    It’s great to hear from you. I couldn’t agree more with your sentiments. Politics is consuming us and not in a good way. I will be posting more on this issue shortly.
    Best to you and your family.


  4. Hi Steve…may God bless your efforts to find the truth in this crazy world of “fake news. We are living in a time where the truth, at times lies deep below what is being communicated and you must dig deep to find it. It appears many wish to hear only what they want and disregard the rest in a strategic effort to advance their own self-interests. Fabrications have become so prominent and repetitive that they are now accepted by some, as the truth! There are no versions of the truth!


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