Glenn R. Jones
Glenn has overseen physical fitness programming for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and the Charlotte Fire Department for over 28 years. He has consulted with numerous agencies regarding the legal and practical ramifications of physical ability standards and programming, health promotion programming, and facility design. Glenn has led or assisted with test validation for local, State, and national organizations and has served as an expert witness. Glenn has authored numerous articles related to public safety fitness programming and has been a presenter at the Redmond Symposium and the North Carolina Justice Academy.
Bruce is a 35 year veteran public safety professional. Starting his career at the age of 14 while still in high school where he received his EMT certification. After attending Clarion University he received his Paramedic training at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital. Bruce has worked for Central County Ambulance Clarion PA. 1979 – 1988, Brookville Ambulance Service Brookville PA 1986 – 1991, Emergycare Inc. Erie PA 1989 – 1997 and Mecklenburg EMS Agency aka Medic Charlotte NC – 1997 – present.
Jon has a combined 25 years’ public safety experience. First with 17 years in EMS as a crew chief and FTO. Jon has managed a wide variety of complicated scenarios to include severe trauma, mass casualties and a wide array of medical emergencies. Then over 12 years of law enforcement as a police training officer; he has responded to a wide array of scenarios to include high risk warrants, barricaded subjects, suicidal subjects, homicides, suicides and violent crime. Jon was awarded officer of the month 3 times. Jon holds an advanced law Enforcement certificate with a master of science in police administration plus 10 years of martial arts and defensive tactics. Jon has been shot in the line of duty and battles PTSD daily, he offers an inspiring class on officer survival along with combatives training.