As a law enforcement officer, Bruce Champagne has completed assignments as a patrol and investigations supervisor, tactical team Executive Officer and operator, defensive tactics instructor, and training coordinator. Champagne has previous and direct experience in investigations (supervision/case management- violent crimes, criminal gangs, officer involved shootings and uses of force, sex offenses, narcotics, domestic violence, and property crimes) and problem -oriented policing units. Champagne completed the National Police Corps Leadership Development School, was a National Police Recruitment panelist in Washington D.C., a National Gang Prevention/Intervention Programming panelist in Atlanta, GA., and a former President of the West Valley Police Fraternal Order of Police Lodge.
Champagne is a certified firearms, collapsible baton, O.C. spray, P.O.S.T. Defensive Tactics/Arrest Control, Krav Maga (law enforcement and civilian), and S.P.E.A.R. system instructor, and maintains other certifications in addition to his Force Science Analyst certification. As a court-recognized criminal gang and human performance factors expert, Champagne has provided presentations and instruction at multiple training conferences and colleges/universities. Champagne was a previous president of the Utah Tactical Officers Association, Utah Gang Investigators Association, Utah Forensic Divers Association, and a published author in the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association Journal (ILEETA).
Law enforcement uses-of-force may be confusing to the public media, and may result in a loss of trust. This presentation addresses human physiological capabilities and limitations under extreme stress, with presentation variations for investigators, trainers, public information officers, the media, attorneys, civilian review boards, and citizens.
Providing an understanding of human physiology and motor program development, this presentation helps instructors develop comprehensive training programs leading to improved performance and better outcomes. Ideal for law enforcement trainers, executives, policy-makers. and civilian instructors.
This training provides the basic phases of effective firearms training for civilians, through material examination and practice-a must for concealed carriers.
Bruce Champagne provides the unique insight and research of the conditions associated with uses-of-force involving moving vehicles that he used to help defend criminally-charged police officers. The material will be of use to policy developers, trainers, and attorneys.
Relevant. Informative. Engaging.