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Ferman D. Richardson
Is a trainer for Resolution and Mediation Services, Inc. He is currently employed, as Deputy Marshall with the Florida Supreme Court since 2014. He is responsible for enforcing federal, state and local laws, patrolling and securing the Florida Supreme Court building, being vigilant for terroristic attacks, suspicious packages, and other hazards as related to Courtroom security, monitoring employee and visitor entrances and exits from the site location; making sure they have proper identification and authorization, and safeguarding both the life and property of employees and visitors on site.

Mr. Richardson came highly recommended to become a RAMS Trainer, with his vast experience, having served as Police Chief in both Gretna, FL and Quincy, FL, with oversight of all Law Enforcement activities for both municipalities, where his duties included preparing the annual budgets, planning for and creating goodwill within the community using Community Oriented Policing practices. He created a Wireless Mesh system for transferring data within the city by officers. Additionally, he has written, obtained and administered $140,000 in federal grant funds, while providing mentorship and coaching to subordinates.

Mr. Richardson is a 2003 Graduate of Flagler College, with a B.A. Degree in Business Administration and in 2016 earned a second B.A. Degree in Business Administration with concentration in Accounting.


Mr. Richardson is Sr. Pastor of Manasseh Church of God In Christ, in Tallahassee, FL. He is married and he with his wife Ardesta, has  four adult children.

Meet The Team


Dorothy Colbert

RAMS Registrar


Mrs. Colbert is a graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in General Psychology. She later attended Florida A&M University and earned a Master of Arts Degree in School Psychology. She is a Retired School Psychologist. Mrs. Colbert formerly worked with the School Board of Leon County, where she was responsible to evaluate students for Exceptional Student Educational Services. Other experiences include work as; Florida Abuse Registry Counselor responsible to initiating investigations for allegations of abuse and neglect to children in the State of Florida; in addition to years of service, as a Protective Services Counselor, where she was responsible to; monitor families referred for “abuse and neglect”. She is currently employed at TCC Trio Program.

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