Ron Glaus is a licensed psychologist in Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii. He specializes in forensic and disaster behavioral health areas. His disaster behavioral health focus covers the program development, planning, training, and intervention. He has applied disaster behavioral health skills in both military and civilian venues from direct combat operations to post mass casualty school shootings. As a volunteer with the Polk County Sheriff's Office for over 30 years, he has provided direct support for law enforcement, search, and rescue personnel post tragic event incidents. He is a lead PFA Trainer and a member of the Disaster Behavioral Health planning committee. He has taught on a variety of subjects in colleges, law enforcement academies, military settings, search and rescue venues, community disaster preparedness organizations, and at professional conferences. In 2014, Inkwater press published his book, The Psychology of Search & Rescue. Currently, he is working on a second edition to this book and researching information for another book on missing and unidentified people.