Instructors: Terry L. Choate Jr.
Terry Choate is a full-time Lt. with the Jaffrey Police Department where he has served for the past 11 years. Prior to a career change to law enforcement, Lt Choate spent over 20 years serving in Vice President and upper-level management positions in several large and Fortune 500 corporations in the areas of Sales and Marketing, and Operations Management. He is also the Team Commander of the Monadnock Regional Special Response Team. Terry is an author and subject matter expert for businesses, associations, hospitals and media outlets. His passion for personal, business, and school safety; understanding those who victimize others and how/why they do so; how our minds work to make both good and bad decisions; how to influence others and the outcomes of situations; and practical and effective means and methods to solve problems associated with protecting lives started far before becoming a police officer when he was in his early teens.
Terry is equally passionate about finding unique and effective ways of dealing with the out-of-control drug problem. He has extensive experience and associated training in illegal drugs; undercover drug work; and has been involved in numerous drug arrests, search warrants, and drug operations. Terry also has personal experience in dealing with a loved one with an addiction problem. He teaches and attempts to find solutions to the drug problem through compassion and changing the ways in which people typically see those fighting addiction diseases. He serves on the Board of Directors for Reality Check, a nonprofit in Southwestern NH offering drug and alcohol prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery services to residents.
Some of his training includes:
ďMy passionís are safety, dealing with the out-of-control drug problem, and helping those in need. My passion for these things started well before my law enforcement career began and I have strived to thoroughly study these topics and develop a program that is engaging and will instruct others in the most common sense, practical ways to keep themselves, their families, and their businesses safe. This subject matter is not something that I became interested in only after seeing a need for these types of services due to circumstances in the world. It has always been, and remains, my daily passionĒ
Instructors: Det. Joseph Hileman
Joe Hileman is a full-time Detective with the Jaffrey Police Department which he has served for the past 11 years. He is the Assistant Team Commander of the Monadnock Regional Special Response Team. Prior to his career in Law Enforcement, he was a security supervisor for a Fortune 500 companyís proprietary security department. He also holds degrees in Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice - Corrections, Probation, and Parole. Some of his extensive training includes:
NH Tactical Officers Assn - SWAT 1&2
SWAT Team Leader/Commander
LEADS Consulting (LAPD) - SWAT 1&2
Field Training Officer
Use of Force Instructor
Certified Forensic Interviewer
Active Shooter Instructor
Narcotics - Covert Surveillance
Domestic Violence Lethal Assessment Coordinator
"You will never hear anyone ever say, I wish I hadnít listened to my intuition or my sixth sense! What you do hear is people say, I knew something wasnít right, I didnít know what, but I knew it was something and I didnít listen to myself. TRUST YOUR INSTINCT! I am alive today because I stopped and listened to that intuition/sixth sense, it is very powerful and should not be ignored!
Instructors: Capt. Thomas Schladenhauffen
Thomas Schladenhauffen, CPP is the Director of Risk Management and Chief Security Officer for R.J. Finlay & C0, LLC, a privately held national company specializing in asset management, development, construction, and construction materials. Tom is a retired Captain from the Portsmouth, NH Police Dept where he was an executive officer responsible for the development and management of the Field Training Program and Canine Units.
He also was responsible for initial negotiations with the local labor union on policy development and implementation issues. During his career he spent 10 years in investigations specializing in fraud detection and enforcement. After obtaining an accounting degree he became a Certified Fraud Examiner. Upon retirement Tom consulted for the Pease Development Authority conducting risk assessments and grant application work for the NH Port Authority before being named Director of Security at Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston. He successfully coordinated the Marketplaceís security response for the 2004 Democratic National Convention working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, offering management expertise to reduce potential hazards and threats in an effort to keep visitors, high ranking politicians, customers, merchants and the general public safe and reduce overall corporate liability.
Before being named CSO for RJ Finlay & Co., Tom was appointed Director of Security for Fisher Scientific Internationalís world headquarters responsible for providing physical, aviation, and personal security for high ranking senior executives and their families and overseeing the overhaul of security systems and operations to meet present day challenges and standards.
Tom holds a BA in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire, and an ABS in Accounting from McIntosh College. He holds a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) from ASIS International, is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), and holds an Armed Security Officer (ASO) designation from DHS-TSA. Tom is an avid sailor and holds USCG Masters Merchant Mariners Credential. Tom resides with his wife in Portsmouth NH and is the father of three grown children.
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