Are Security Guards Doing Too Much?


Personnel in the Security industry can always learn something new when it comes to interacting and working with members of the local police department when they arrive on-scene. You might think that the details are obvious but there’s a lot more to making the experience beneficial for all. Check out some great details generated by experience as well as the answers to YOUR FEEDBACK with Tommy inside this episode of The Free Field Training Podcast…

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Tommy Mottl - The Host of The Free Field Training PodcastTommy Mottl: Tommy has been a police officer for over a decade, with stints in SWAT, on-going Field Training, and currently serves as a police officer in a state in the American Midwest. Tommy’s videos on YouTube have offered insight, detail, tips, and tricks about the front and back ends of becoming and being a police officer That effort now comes to you – via audio podcast. With both translated content from previous, adapted programming, and all-new, only-available-in-audio programming, The Free Field Training Podcast provides a center gathering point for information, education, promotion, and insight that simply can’t be matched. Be sure to use the contact form to send your messages to Tommy about his existing programs, but more importantly to ask about doing more great content to help you learn more about Security and Law Enforcement via Free Field Training.

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