Joined 10 years ago from Orlando, FL
Dr. Richard Weinblatt, is a police expert known as "The Cop Doc." He has explained complex police, crime, and safety topics since 1989.
Dr. Weinblatt has an extensive background as a police chief, police academy director, and criminal justice professor. His service has ranged from Auxiliary Lieutenant in New Jersey to Patrol Division Deputy Sheriff in New Mexico to Police Chief in North Carolina.
Additionally, Dr. Weinblatt has been a criminal justice and police academy educator in Florida, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Ohio. He has instructor certifications for pepper spray, firearms, defensive tactics, vehicle operations, and Taser, among others. He is the author of several books.
Dr. Weinblatt has been interviewed by national and local media including CBS Evening News, CNN, MSNBC, HLN Headline News, and The Washington Post. The host of The Cop Doc Radio Show has earned multiple degrees up to the Doctoral level. For more information, visit http://www.policeexpert.info, http://www.TheCopDoc.com, or http://www.PoliceReserveOfficer.com. Also: http://www.facebook.com/DrRichardWeinblatt and http://www.Twitter.com/DrWeinblatt.
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