Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret.)
Lieutenant Kevin Dillon (Ret) is a twenty-five year veteran law enforcement officer. Dillon retired from the Wethersfield (Conn.) Police Department — a suburb of the state’s capitol of Hartford — after serving as the Detective Bureau Commander. Lieutenant Dillon also has commanded the department’s patrol division and served as training supervisor. As a SWAT team member since 1993, he served as an Operator, Team Leader and Commander of the regional thirty-five member SWAT team (Capitol Region Emergency Services Team.) and remains a consultant with the team. Lieutenant Dillon is a National Academy graduate of the F.B.I. session 223. He has also received certification from Force Science Institute in Analysis in Use of Force incidents. Dillon developed and teaches the L.O.C.K.U.P. Police Combat System, a comprehensive fighting approach based on gross motor skill concepts that reduce injuries to citizens and police officers. L.O.C.K.U.P. teaches empty-hand maneuvers (Defensive Tactics) that can be deployed effectively during violent physical encounters and adapts the fighting maneuvers to the officer's physical and physiological changes to maximize effectiveness.
Full list of Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret.) results
How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective– 14
How can we legitimize any specific training if we cannot support its effectiveness with evidence of success
Video: Techniques to prepare for an ECD failure– 8
In this video tactical tip, Lieutenant Kevin Dillon works alongside Liam Duggan in discussing and demonstrating a drill to work through the failure of an ECD. Learning how to angle off while delive...
Video: Maximizing your body mechanics– 11
In this video tactical tip, Lieutenant Kevin Dillon works alongside Liam Duggan in discussing and demonstrating four elements you can use to in which you can maximize the effectiveness of your stri...
Video: Evaluation of post-training events– 1
In this video tactical tip, Lieutenant Kevin Dillon discusses the ultimate goals of police training — and the importance of measuring training by evaluation of post-training events in the real-worl...