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In addition to his work as a patrol officer, he has served as a patrol sergeant, detective supervisor, patrol watch commander, crime prevention and public information specialist, academy director internal affairs commander, and patrol division chief.
Chief Gerald Garner is the author of over magazine and journal articles on law enforcement topics. Many of the articles address officer safety subjects.
He has also authored six books on policing.
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McCarthy served as a Los Angeles police officer for over twenty-four. He was assigned to the department's tactical unit, Metro Division, for 20 years and retired from Special Weapons and Tactics as the senior supervisor and assistant commander in Department of Energy from through SinceRonald McCarthy has been the owner of R.
He has trained police officers from Europe, South America, the Middle East, and more than 30, police officers and military here in the United States. In the City of Erie, Pa. The Management of Police Specialized Tactical Units explains the steps for developing and maintaining a realistic, effective response to increasing levels of violent crime.
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It answers questions of law regarding when and under what circumstances the equipment may be used. Chapter Ten focuses on the partnership needed between law enforcement and the media.
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