Instructor Tag: M

Shane Morgan

Shane Morgan began his career as a police officer in 2008 and currently serves as a Detective Sergeant of a county-wide narcotics task force in New Jersey. He has been assigned to a Narcotics Task Force since 2013, working in a strictly proactive capacity. Morgan has personally interviewed hundreds of potential confidential informants, and the use of these informants has led to extensive cases involving search warrants, undercover operations, and wiretap operations resulting in significant seizures of narcotics, firearms, and United States currency. Morgan has learned through experience that an officer’s ability to cultivate and successfully manage informants directly correlates to investigative success.

Morgan is a certified police instructor and teaches the Drug Identification training block to police, corrections, and juvenile detention recruits at a police academy on a regular basis. Additionally, he assists as a squad coordinator at the statewide Undercover Narcotics Investigative Training and Top Gun courses. Morgan has been qualified as an expert witness in the Superior Court of New Jersey in the field of narcotics distribution, and he has been awarded numerous Outstanding Police Work and Meritorious Service awards for his contributions to narcotics and weapons investigations.

Craig Meyer

Instructor Craig Meyer began his police career in 2013 in the state or New Jersey. He began as a police officer with the Franklin Township Police Department followed by the Hillsborough Township Police Department for 5 years. From there, he transferred to the Bryan Police Department in the State of Texas where he continued to employ the same proactive police tactics that Street Cop Training was founded upon. After 3 years at Bryan PD he was promoted to a patrol Sergeant Position. Craig has also taken on the roles of Field Training Coordinator and SWAT Team Sergeant. Craig is no stranger to Street Cop Training as he took his first class in 2014 with Dennis. This lit the fire in Craig and he in turn ran with it and proceeded to have success across both New Jersey and Texas, passing the tools of the trade on to many other officers.

As a police officer, Craig has affected over 1,000 arrests and has conducted well over 3,000 motor vehicle stops in his time on the street. As a sergeant he continues to make time to go out, work the streets with his team, and successfully employ the same tactics he is teaching others in this course.

Craig stands behind his “lead from the front” mentality as a supervisor, prioritizes developing his people and believes in fulfilling his greater purpose of helping officers all over the country achieve success in employing proactive policing tactics. This course is essential whether you are just getting out of the academy and picking up new tools or have been on the street for several years and are sharpening the ones you already have.

Zach Miller

Zach Miller, a highly-respected police legal instructor and a police officer since 2004,  specializes in federal and state constitutional law. Since 2009, Zach has worked very closely with nationally-recognized police law attorney Randy Means. Together, developed training programs and policies to address the federal government’s justifiable concerns and have contracted with agencies nationwide on a vast array of projects that required legal expertise and specialization. They worked with several law enforcement agencies, including two of the largest sheriff’s departments in the country, that were subject to federal intervention due to their unconstitutional practices. Other projects have included use of force incident review, high-liability policy development and leadership training. Zach and Attorney Means have also co-authored numerous articles about constitutional policing for Law and Order magazine.

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