Dr. Czarnecki is the Director of Medical-Legal Research with The Gables Group, Inc., a business intelligence and investigative consultancy based in Miami, FL, and the Director of Training of the Center for Homeland Security Studies, a non-profit corporation conducting training in counter-terrorism and intelligence for domestic law enforcement. He previously was an emergency physician of the Ambroise Pare Hospital, Boulogne, France.
Dr. Czarnecki has extensive research and training experience in law enforcement use of force and defensive tactics. He is a certified instructor in police defensive tactics and in the use of deadly force.
Dr. Czarnecki is the Medical Advisor for the American Women’s Self Defense Association, and the National Law Enforcement Training Center. He is the former Medical Advisor for the American Society for Law Enforcement Training (ASLET), and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Security Education.
Dr. Czarnecki served as a trainer and a consultant for several local and federal law enforcement agencies and the US Marine Corps.
His current research areas include: Cognitive aspects of the use of deadly force and performance under stress; in-custody death, excited delirium and non-lethal police weapons; occupational health in law enforcement; and tactical medicine.
Included amongst his professional associations are memberships in: The American Academy of Family Physicians; American College of Emergency Physicians; American Society for Industrial Security; American Society for Law Enforcement Training; Association of Security Educators and Trainers; International Association of Chiefs of Police (and the Police Physicians Section); International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors; International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association; International Tactical EMS Association; National Tactical Officers Association; Special Operations Medical Association, and the Wilderness Medical Society.
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