Problems with Police Training
By ideamagazine On 31 May, 2018 At 02:17 AM | Categorized As Sunday Show | With 0 Comments

About the Authors:

David “Bo” Bolgiano, J.D., M.S.S., is a retired military officer and former Baltimore police officer with over 34 years of combined service. He has served in multiple combat deployments with Special Operations Forces and the 82nd Airborne Division in Iraq and Afghanistan, and last served as a Faculty Member at the U.S. Army War College. He is author of Combat Self-Defense: Saving America’s Warriors from Risk Averse Commanders and their Lawyersand co-author, with Jim Patterson, of Fighting Today’s Wars: How America’s Leaders Have Failed Our Warriors. He currently trains, lectures and testifies as a recognized use of force expert for police and military clients and audiences.

Morgan Banks, Ph.D., is a psychologist and retired Colonel in the United States Army. With over 37 years of service, most of that as an Operational Psychologist, he helped establish the Army’s Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape Program, the psychological screening program for Army Special Forces personnel, and, prior to his retirement, was the Army’s and USSOCOM’s senior psychologist. Dr. Banks has worked extensively in the field of counter-terrorism and has deployed to both Afghanistan and Iraq. He has often written and lectured on the use and ethics of operational psychology.

James M. Patterson, J.D., L.L.M., is a retired Special Forces-qualified Army Colonel, with over 36 years of service. He has previously served with the 82nd Airborne Division, 7th Special Forces Group, and the Asymmetric Warfare Group. He was also Command Judge Advocate for 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta. A multiple-tour combat veteran of the Global War on Terror, Patterson also has experience as a sworn law enforcement officer in America’s Southwest. He has written and lectured extensively in the fields of International Law, Use of Deadly Force and Operational Law.

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