George T. Williams
George T. Williams has been acting as a compensated expert witness since 1991. He is accepted nationwide as an expert in federal, state, and municipal courts, as well as in employment arbitration hearings. He provides testimony in many diverse areas of police litigation, including police force, deadly force, procedures, tactics, pursuits, Police Service Dog, patrol, SWAT, and jail cases.
Mr. Williams is a nationally and internationally known trainer and innovator of police force skills and programs including firearms, defensive tactics, impact weapons, aerosol restraint systems, arrest and control, and TASER (registered trademark). He routinely presents officer safety and survival classes nationwide, and has trained dozens of SWAT teams in his career. He is widely known for his civil liability prevention training, and ability to distill force law into applicable knowledge for the average officer.
A prolific author, Mr. Williams offers original thinking in police tactics and force response through his writing. He has authored over 200 articles in such prestigious publications as the FBI’s “Law Enforcement Bulletin,” the National Tactical Officers Association’s “The Tactical Edge,” the International Chiefs of Police “The Police Chief,” “Law & Order,” “The Police Marksman,” the International Association of Law Enforcement Officers “The Firearms Instructor,” and many more. His first book, “Force Reporting for Every Cop” (Jones and Bartlett, Boston, 2006), is a valuable tool in developing an officer’s reporting skills.
Where to find George T. Williams online
Preparing for Your Civil Deposition; A Guide for the Law Enforcement Professional
by George T. Williams
Whether you are a defendant officer in the midst of a civil lawsuit, or simply proactive, this information is vital to your career survival. Comprehensive step-by-step advice helps you prepare for and testify in civil and criminal depositions. Mr. Williams is a highly sought after police procedures expert witness who has seen the best and the worst of deposition testimony over two decades.
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