The Team


Eduardo Hernandez is an Investigative Consultant for R.A. Edwards & Associates/Rodriguez Group based in Mexico City, Mexico and has a native fluency in Spanish. He coordinates executive protection assignments, provides general investigative support in South and Central Mexico, including the Federal District, and serves as a principal legal advisor.

Background & Experience

Mr. Hernandez began his security career in 1995 with Sears Roebuck de Mexico as the Head of Resource Protection in the Store Distribution Center where he had primary responsibility for conducting corporate investigations. While with Sears he successfully identified and dismantled an organized criminal enterprise that was producing and using cloned credit cards to defraud the company. In 1999 Eduardo joined the United Nations Development Program where he served as the personal bodyguard for the Procurement Director. He also provided strategic personal security planning and logistics support for United Nations officials working in and visiting Mexico.

Hernandez left the UN Development Program to join the General Assistance Office of the State Employees’ Social Security Institute (ISSSTE) where he served as a member of the security staff of the Director of General Assistance. He was responsible for the security and safety of the General Director, Socorro Diaz, and her family, and assisted in the logistic planning of her public and private commitments. In 2000 he established a private security consultancy, specializing in asset protection programs, training and criminal investigations for private industry. In 2004 Eduardo joined Risk Prevention Consultants, an inter-disciplinary consulting group that provides a broad range of security services for multi-national clients. He has been closely associated with companies in the pharmaceutical, automotive, transportation, customs and clothing sectors. Working with various police agencies and the Public Prosecutor’s office, he has been instrumental in facilitating the successful prosecution of significant members of organized criminal groups.

Mr. Hernandez has a law degree from the Universidad Mexicana and has received advanced instruction criminal intelligence collection, interview and interrogation techniques, audit and investigation processes, intelligence analysis, and executive protection.