Nick Zingo is a 40-year veteran of law enforcement spanning two major police departments, one on each coast, retired as a captain, and commanding officer of a Los Angeles Police geographical area. He completed the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Fellowship Program, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, Class #234.
He is a subject matter expert in police culture, ethics, use of force and tactics. He has taught for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), and for various colleges and universities in southern California. He is an active practitioner of “active learning”.
Nick has taught a variety of leadership, and police related courses, and continues to teach in the Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) Leadership Program, formerly known as the West Point Leadership Program. He developed a 24-hour perishable skills program for the LAPD for the department’s 10,000 plus sworn personnel.
Nick was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Detroit-Mercy (formerly Mercy College of Detroit), and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the California State University of Long Beach. Nick completed the State of California Peace Officer & Standard's (POST) Master Instructor Certification (MICC) program, and is a State of California Master Instructor and course designer. In addition, he is a TBR Certified Trainer, and trained under one of the top three active training consultants in the world.
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