Detective John M. Landry, Ph.D. is a full-time active duty Police Officer, Training Coordinator, Police Instructor, and University Professor, and published Author based in South Florida. He has been instructing law enforcement officers since 1995, and is certified to teach law enforcement firearms (rifles, shotguns, and pistols), defensive tactics, TASERs, chemical weapons, handcuffing, expandable batons, knife tactics, close combat, and officer survival.
He is a member of various professional organizations such as the Archangel Anti-Terror Training group, the American Academy of Sports Medicine, Shinja Martial Arts University (where he serves as the National Training Director), Pramek (where he serves as an the Practical Education Advisor), and the American Jujitsu Association (where he serves as the National Awards Coordinator).
He started training in Judo in 1974, and has been practicing and/or teaching martial arts ever since. In 1988, Dr. Landry began his career in the security, personal protection, and law enforcement fields. He has been assigned to federal, state, and county task forces focusing on smuggling, organized crime and auto theft. He has also served in almost every assignment in law enforcement such as a State Emergency response Team member (E.R.T), street patrol, criminal investigations, and training where he has taught virtually all high liability and use-of-force topics. He also has earned a Doctorate degree in Education and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration.
Dr. Landry’s research emphasis is on practical and efficient training methods for law enforcement officers, martial artists, as well as military personnel.
He can be contacted at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or 561-310-9994.
John M. Landry, Ph.D.