Officer Jason Welin is a provincially appointed Peace Officer, in Alberta, Canada. He has 4 years of experience in a role that includes provincial offenses enforcement, traffic, and general patrol. Previous to his current position, for over 15 years he was employed in a number of high risk security assignments, including hospital/psychiatric/emergency room security, supervisor of protective services at a busy inner city homeless shelter, in retail and industrial loss prevention and private investigations.
Jason is an instructor in PPCT, Verbal Judo, Winning Mind Knife and Ground Defense, RADAR/LIDAR, Taser, OC Spray, and is a trainer in Martial Bladecraft/Counter Bladecraft, Personal Emergency Preparedness, and other law enforcement disciplines. He’s is a proud ILEETA member and is presenting a session on Emergency Preparedness for Law Enforcement Families at the 2014 ILEETA Conference.
Jason is also a volunteer/paid-on-call firefighter with at large county fire service and is a certified ice rescue technician, safety codes officer, watercraft operator/rescuer, and has achieved his NFPA 1001 Firefighter certification.
Full list of Jason Welin results
4 things Andy Sipowicz taught me about being a beat cop–
NYPD Blue offers some solid advice and some that doesn’t work so well in practice — I think most can agree that these four points are solid advice for any LEO
Product Review: The Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key versus 8 pairs of cuffs–
Upon initial inspection, the TIHK had lived up to the first two parts of its name — Tiny and Inconspicuous — but how did it work as a Handcuff Key?