Trending Topics

Mike Boyle

Firearms Training and Tactics

Captain Mike Boyle served 27 years with the New Jersey Division of Fish & Wildlife, Bureau of Law Enforcement. Mike was responsible for all aspects of pre-service and in-service training and also supervised the internal affairs section of his agency. Mike has also been an assistant police academy director and continues to participate in both recruit and instructor level training. He is a certified instructor in multiple uses of force disciplines including handgun, shotgun, rifle, SMG, impact weapons and unarmed self-defense.

Contact Mike Boyle

Have a plan, should you come under attack when in a vehicle
In order to prevail, an officer needs the ability to quickly shift gears and apply the correct force option, particularly when facing danger in close quarters
If a lightweight, yet highly functional pair of boots strikes a chord with you, be sure to check out the Danner Tachyon 8-inch Black GTX
The new generation of quick-on, quick-off WMLs offer extra visibility in a handy holster-fitted form
A sure recipe for disaster is putting a new piece of safety equipment into service without proper training — this is especially true of weapon-mounted lights
If you’re in need of some well-designed, lightweight boots for training or tactical ops, both the Melee and Tachyon deliver the goods
Using the Advanced Tactical Knee/Elbow V.2 pads extensively in the training environment, making hard contact on asphalt, gravel, and concrete surfaces has proven absolutely painless
Designed by retired LAPD Sergeant Randy Garcia, the BUG Pocket is a vest holster that is permanently affixed to the officer’s soft body armor carrier
From training cycles to weapon configurations and ammo load selection, a variety of factors have adversely affected widespread proficiency with the police shotgun
Part Two: With just a little attention to the details, officers of all sizes and aptitudes can become proficient with ultimate police power tool