LAPD SWAT: Debriefs and Lessons Learned

LAPD SWAT: Debriefs and Lessons Learned

August 30, 2024

Criminal Justice Institute at Valencia College

8600 Valencia College Lane

Orlando, FL 32825

8am - 5pm

Hosted by the Orlando Police Department

$198.00

Register 12 or more students on one order for this special seminar and receive a 20% discount!

Discount will automatically be applied at checkout to qualifying orders.

Join us for a one-of-a-kind experience to get a behind the scenes look at the tactics, SOPs, and lessons learned from the Officer in Charge of LAPD’s Metropolitan Division’s D Platoon (SWAT).

Lt. Ruben Lopez retired in January of 2024 and had commanded the SWAT team since 2008. He’ll be conducting a tactical debrief of several high profile incidents and sharing details not made available publicly. You will learn practical lessons from those events that you can use to improve the effectiveness of your operators and your team.

Curriculum:

  • Incident debriefs
  • Hostage barricade decision-making
  • The legal challenges of present-day SWAT operations
  • Training issues
  • Team member selection
  • Answers to your questions and tactical problems

Registered students will receive an invitation to submit their questions, tactical problems, or inquiries ahead of time and have Lt. Lopez address them during the seminar.

Attendance is restricted to sworn law enforcement personnel and tactical dispatchers. Space is limited so please register early.

Ruben Lopez

Lt. Ruben Lopez retired from LAPD in January of 2024 with 36 years of service. Since 2008, he was the Officer in Charge of the Metropolitan Division’s D Platoon (SWAT). He’s been a sworn member of the Department since March 1988 completing various assignments in patrol, criminal street gangs, special task forces, detectives and supervisory roles.

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