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Pete Goode

Pete Goode is a former Royal Marines Commando sniper and helicopter sniper team leader. After becoming an American citizen, he entered into law enforcement and became a firearms instructor, CQB instructor, Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) instructor, SWAT sniper and SWAT Sniper Team Leader. His law enforcement experience includes working patrol, Crimes Against Persons and Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC). With over 15 years of instructor experience, Pete is passionate about continuing to learn and develop skills and tactics and passing them on to his fellow operators and officers.

The level of control needed during this martial art is the same as when responding on a SWAT call
Though relatively rare, hostage situations are a reality of policing, and the life you’re asked to save may be that of a child
As an educational tool, virtual training offers the opportunity for students to develop a variety of skills
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This lightweight heavyweight checks all the boxes
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