John Bostain is the President of Command Presence, LLC. John has committed the last 23 years to law enforcement, 20 of which have been as a law enforcement trainer. He has presented nationally and internationally on contemporary law enforcement topics such as dynamics of officer/citizen encounters, use of force, human performance factors, and instructor development. He’s certified as a Force Analyst by the Force Science Institute (FSI) and holds a B.S.Ed in Adult Education from Valdosta State University.
John began his career with the Hampton Police Division (HPD) in Hampton, Virginia where he served as a Uniformed Patrol Officer, Narcotics Investigator, Academy Instructor, Detective, and Patrol Supervisor. He served on the departmental S.W.A.T. Team, Bike Patrol Unit, and was the Advisor for the Law Enforcement Exploring Program. He held Virginia DCJS certifications as a firearms instructor, defensive tactics instructor, and driving instructor, in addition to several other instructor certifications.
After leaving HPD in 2001, John spent 13 years at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, GA serving as an Instructor and Senior Instructor for Defensive Tactics, Patrol Procedures, Use of Force. He also held position as a Program Specialist in the Rural Policing Institute, Training Transformation Office, and Training Management.
In 2012, he became the recipient of the prestigious Trainer of the Year Award as selected by Law Officer Magazine. John is an Instructor Trainer (Core Instructor) for the Below 100 Program is a member of the instructional staff of the BJA VALOR for Blue program. John has presented training to the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), National Sheriff’s Association (NSA), and numerous State Chief’s and Sheriff’s Associations. He is a frequent presenter at ILEETA and IADALEST and serves as an Advisory Board Member for (ILEETA).
Richard T. Judy has dedicated over twenty-seven years of service to the Federal Government. Prior to his federal service he was with state, local, and private agencies. The majority of his career has been devoted to Corrections.
Mr. Judy began his federal law enforcement career as an officer with the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) at the United States Penitentiary Terre Haute Indiana in 1989. He spent thirteen years with the BOP holding a multitude of positions ascending in rank. He also served as an instructor in the field on a variety of disciplines, such as Use of Force, Defensive Tactics, Chemical Munitions, Intermediate Weapons, Crowd Control, Firearms and a Special Operations Team Member. In 2001, he was assigned to the BOP Staff Training Academy in Glynco, Georgia where he served as an instructor and class coordinator for basic and advanced Correctional programs.
Mr. Judy joined the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) in 2003, accepting a law enforcement instructor position in the Physical Techniques Division (PTD). In 2005, he became a senior instructor in PTD, where he maintained oversight of several law enforcement topical areas to include Arrest Techniques, Defensive Tactics, Physical Fitness Coordinator, First Aid and CPR, Water Borne Arrest, Water Borne Tactics and Survival, Chemical Munitions, Crowd Control, and Baton Techniques. He delivered instruction to uniformed officers and special agents in the three basic entry-level programs. Mr. Judy also research, developed and revised advanced programs and instructor programs.
Mr. Judy assumed a position in the Training Management Division (TMD) as a Program Specialist in 2007 where he managed training programs for more than 90 federal agencies. He was promoted to the Branch Chief of the Center Integrated Programs in 2008. In 2011, he was selected as the first ever Law Enforcement Program Administrator for the FLETC. In that role, he maintained oversight of all policies and procedures governing the FLETC in the area of program management.
In 2013 Mr. Judy was promoted to his current assignment as the Division Chief of the FLETCs Training Management Division. As the Chief of TMD, he has the management oversight of over 700 programs offered by the FLETC and their 96 Partner Organizations.
Mr. Judy is a certified assessor for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation Office and a Master Level Instructional Systems Design practitioner and has delivered training course for Calibre Press.
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Dan Greene is a proud and happy family man out of the State of Arizona. He is a 20 year veteran of the Chandler Police Department located in the greater Phoenix area. For the past eleven years Dan has been a Patrol Sergeant working the streets in Field Operations. Dan’s background is deeply rooted as a Law Enforcement Trainer. Dan has been a certified LE Instructor since 1998 and has taught a variety of topics to include Ethics, Report Writing/Communication, Patrol Tactics and Leadership.
For the last seventeen years Dan has served as Use of Force Instructor at his agency as well as at the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy. Dan took part in creating and was a member of his department’s Use of Force Review Board where he helped evaluate tactics, techniques and decision making. For five years Dan supervised the department’s Use of Force training and helped develop and mentor Use of Force instructors.
Dan has an extensive history in developing personnel. For a combined fifteen years Dan has either worked as a Field Training Officer, or managed the Field Training Unit as it’s Sergeant or has worked as a Sergeant in Training mentor for newly promoted supervisors. Dan is also a Subject Matter Expert for the State of Arizona in Instructor Development. Dan teaches at General Instructor Schools as well as coaches and evaluates future SME’s in this field.
Additionally, for the past five years Dan has served both as an Executive Board Member of the National Association of Field Training Officers (NAFTO) and the Vice President of the NAFTO Arizona State Chapter. In 2017, Dan was honored to be recognized as the ILEETA Trainer of the Year.