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Dr. Randy Gonzales has enjoyed a 32 year career in the criminal justice field.  He has been a police officer, deputy sheriff, police instructor and chief of police of the New College of Florida Police Department. Dr. Randy Gonzalez holds a Master’s in Criminology and Public Administration, and a Ph.D. in Biblical Philosophy. A certified law enforcement instructor, Randy Gonzalez is the author of Crime Prevention for Children-a Basic Guide for Parents; An Introduction to Ethics and Professionalism in Law Enforcement; Law Enforcement Vehicle Pullovers and Traffic Stop Operations; Introduction to Law Enforcement Leadership and Supervision; Introduction to Law Enforcement the Practical Side of Criminology; Law Enforcement Tactics in Response to Terrorism; Leadership Principles of the Christian Warrior; Social Survival Tactics: A Guide to Basic Self-defense and Personal Safety Strategy; and, The Law Enforcement Leadership Field Notebook.

According to the description of An Introduction to Ethics and Professionalism in Law Enforcement, “An Introduction to Ethics and Professionalism offers distinctive insight and overview into the field of law enforcement. The book, used in police academy and college classes, investigates the Principles and Practices of Ethics in the ongoing Professionalization of American Law Enforcement.”

According to the description of Law Enforcement Vehicle Pullovers and Traffic Stop Operations, “Every officer can protect himself/herself by being aware of tactics for personal safety during traffic enforcement stops, and when apprehending known or suspected criminals. This instructional guide is not intended to be all inclusive, but is provided to assist the officer in recognizing situations which require certain tactics in order to enhance officer safety and survival. Only rarely should circumstances force an officer into a potentially dangerous stop without assistance. Even then the officer should consider moving to a point of surveillance and awaiting assistance. Superiority of numbers, not the braver ol a single officer, is the best deterrent against officer assaults. Certain fundamentals, such as care of equipment, caution, proper planning, effective training, tactics and skill development are critical to effective vehicle pullovers. This is a basic guide developed for preliminary tactical training.

According to the description of The Law Enforcement Leadership Field Notebook, “Developed as a basic reference to first line field operations. Contains checklists and templates for management and supervision of field personnel.”

According to the description of Law Enforcement Tactics in Response to Terrorism, “Basic training manual for criminal justice personnel and public service staff on issues related to terrorism and terrorist activity. Information relevant to public sector as well. Used as a law enforcement and college level introductory publication.”

According to the description of Leadership Principles of the Christian Warrior, “developed for Leadership Academy training and specialized workshops and seminars, etc, for principles and practices of leading. Used as a text for selected church oriented programs.”

According to the description of Social Survival Tactics: A Guide to Basic Self-defense and Personal Safety Strategy, “Developed as a basic training manual for college and police academy level defensive tactics and personal safety training. Originally used in a community based martial arts education program. Also includes an associated Basic Self-Defense for Women Supplement.”

According to the description of The Basics of Organized Crime for Law Enforcement, “Basic introductory training publication developed for criminal justice training and education. CD-ROM for classroom. Covers overview, history and preliminary aspects of organized criminal activity.”

About the New College of Florida Police Department
According to the New College of Florida, “The history of New College began in the late 1950s, when a group of Sarasota civic leaders came to the conclusion that their community was an ideal site for a college. In 1960, with assistance from the national Congregational and Christian Church, those civic leaders created the framework for a small liberal arts college whose students would come from all parts of the nation and whose faculty and curriculum would reflect the highest standards of academic excellence.”

 

The New College of Florida Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency that provides safety and security services for the New College of Florida community.  In addition to typical law enforcement, policing and security functions, the New College of Florida Police Department also provides safety escorts, vehicle jump starts and assistance with vehicle lock outs.  The chief of police answers to the Vice President of Finance and Administration.


Law Enforcement Vehicle Pullovers and Traffic Stop Operations (A Police Academy Basic Training Publication, Criminal Justice Series)
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Social Survival Tactics: A Guide to Basic Self-defense and Personal Safety Strategy
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The Law Enforcement Leadership Field Notebook
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The Basics of Organized Crime for Law Enforcement (Training Series Basic Law Enforcement, Volume 1)
Randy Gonzalez  More Info

Courtroom Demeanor (Criminal Justice Training, 1)
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Introduction to Law Enforcement the Practical Side of Criminology
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

Leadership Principles of the Christian Warrior
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

Crime Prevention for Children-a Basic Guide for Parents
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

An Introduction to Ethics and Professionalism in Law Enforcement
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

The Basics of Organized Crime for Law Enforcement
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

Introduction to Law Enforcement Leadership and Supervision
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

Law Enforcement Tactics in Response to Terrorism
Dr. Randy Gonzalez  More Info

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