Welcome back to part-2, in this 3-part series. Meg is joined by well-known and well-respected Use of Force Expert, Glenn Garrels.
Glenn breaks down the recently-issued NJ Attorney General Directive on Use of Force - the first revision to NJ's Use of Force Policy in two decades.
Glenn has been a member of the NJSP for over twenty years, and is now providing consultation and expert testimony on Use of Force encounters in criminal, civil, and administrative hearings through his consulting firm, Force Analysis, LLC.
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NJ State Police Lieutenant
Glenn Garrels has twenty-one years of law enforcement experience. He currently holds the rank of Lieutenant and is assigned as the Unit Head at the Casino Gaming Bureau. He has worked in the Special Investigations Section and the Major Crime South Unit, as well as the Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team. It was here he honed his skills and expertise in force encounters. He has also instructed on how to conduct officer involved shooting investigations to different law enforcement agencies around the State of New Jersey. He instructed First Line Supervisors from the New Jersey State Police and local police departments on a supervisor’s response to a deadly force incident. He also became a use of force instructor through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and currently instructs Police and Correction recruits in the standard of force at the Atlantic County Police Academy. Glenn is also an ICAT Instructor (Integrating Communications, Assessment, and Tactics) at the Police Academy. He was awarded the 2015 New Jersey State Trooper of the year and the 2006 Attorney General’s Award. Glenn now provides consultation and expert testimony on Use of Force encounters in criminal, civil, and administrative hearings through his consulting firm, Force Analysis, LLC.