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Continued from "A Message from Our Chaplain", on page 21

Continued from "Public Order Policing in the U.S.: The Crisis and the Cure", on page 11

wide. He is a retired 25-year decorated New York City Police Department Deputy Inspector who spent eight years as the Commanding Officer of the Disorder Control Unit, a citywide department unit primarily responsible for planning, assessing and ensuring the Department’s training and readiness in crowd management and disorder control operations for civil unrest, as well as major events and emergencies including demonstrations and protests. During his career, he has been involved in the policing of more than 2,000 demonstrations and major events, as well as the relevant training of tens of thousands of NYPD officers.

Let us not forget the risk they took by going to work and serving their communities in the most noble way. Let us not for - get to recognize this threat in the upcoming months and protect ourselves as we protect others. In doing so, we honor those who paid the ultimate price for their service.

May God bless you and keep you. May God shine His face upon you. May God have mercy upon us all. References

1 Carter, L., and Wilson, M. (2006) Measuring Professionalism of Police Officers. The Police Chief: The Professional Voice of Law Enforcement. Retrieved from http://www.policechiefmagazine.org/

Anthony is considered a subject matter expert on matters related to protests and civil unrest and is at the forefront in advocating for national standards on public order in U.S. policing. He conducted international research for the National Insti- tute of Justice (NIJ) in 2017, where he continues to work with NIJ serving on their Special Technical Committee (STC) to develop standards for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and training within U.S. law enforcement Civil Disturbance Units (CDU). Anthony also works closely with the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) on developing a national standard for matters related to public order in po- licing. He also serves as a consultant to FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness and is an approved expert witness in Federal court on such matters. Anthony has completed his Master Degree in Public Administration, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Science, an Associate of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, as well as being a graduate of the 24th Session of Columbia University’s Police Management Institute, and the 223rd Session of the FBI National Academy. Additionally, Anthony is the author of several published peer-reviewed journal articles and text book chapter supplements in the field of criminal justice, and has been selected to serve on the FBI National Academy Associates Speaker’s Bureau where he presents on these matters to national audiences.

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• Giving police officers (first responders) the training to effectively deal with potentially life threatening injuries in non-permissive environments with minimum equipment. • Making police available as a “force multiplier” for EMS providers, as in the Rescue Task Force (RTF), resulting in more lives saved. The overall assessment of initiating a higher level of medical skill training for law enforcement officers is positive. The initial expenditure in training time and equipment will pay huge dividends in the future.

Peter Davidov has served in law enforcement since 1992 when he began his career as a reserve police officer for the Metropolitan Police in Washington, DC. He has served as a United States Capitol Police Officer, Scottsdale, AZ Police Officer and as a Special Agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration. He has spent the majority of his career with the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD) in Maryland.

About the Author: Lt. Gary J. Glemboski gradu- ated from the academy in 1978 and worked on the Savannah Police Department (Georgia) for 27 years until retirement in 2009. He then became Chief of Police for the Department of the Army at Hunter Army Airfield in Savan- nah for 10 years. Now retired, he works for the Savannah-Chatham County Board of Education Police Department as Commander of the Train- ing and Recruiting Unit.

Peter has extensive experience as a firearms and gen - eral instructor. He has taught entry level and advanced

police training in use of force and firearms. He has specialized in the highly de - manding area of police response to civil disorder, an environment in which police use of force is highly scrutinized. He has trained for civil disturbance since he began his law enforcement career. Peter was one of the founding members and lead trainers of Montgomery County’s Special Event Response Team (SERT) which is responsible for handling civil disturbance. He has responded to many major events including IMF protests in Washington, DC, the 2009 G20 protest in Pittsburgh, PA, Presidential Inaugurations in 1992, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013 and 2017, and the 2015 Baltimore Civil Unrest. He was the CDU leader for Montgomery County’s SERT response to the Baltimore unrest. He was the part of the command team for MCPDs emergency response to the United States Capitol on January 6th, 2021. He is one of the founding members of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) CDU subcom - mittee and served as chairman of the committee from 2015-2017 and is the current Chairman. He is currently a member of the National Institute of Justice’s Special Technical Committee for CDU personal protective equipment. As a member of the STC he travelled to the United Kingdom and Germany to meet with public order and crowd control experts and practitioners in November of 2017. He presented at the National Public Order Workshop in Ottawa, Canada in November of 2019 at the invitation of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He is a consultant for the DHS Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, AL serving as a crowd management instructor and subject matter expert. He is a member of the National Tactical Of - ficers Association Public Order Working group.


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