Jedd Bradley has been in law enforcement for over 18 years and is still serving as an officer for the City of De Pere in Wisconsin. He is a 12 year veteran on the Brown County SWAT team and has taught hundreds of police officer’s tactics on how to respond to an active shooter incident. He was one of the instructors that trained over 450 officers from 11 different agencies on the MACTAC (Multi-Assault-Counter Action Capabilities). In 2019 Jedd was one of the lead tactical trainers that trained over 500 police, fire and EMS on responding to an active shooter incident in Brown County. Jedd is one of the lead firearms instructors for his agency and continues to train officers on a daily basis on how to respond to active threats to the public.
Jedd recently in 2017 was sent to the National Tactical Officers hostage rescue training. In 2016 he was trained by FEMA in event security planning for the public safety professionals. Also in 2016 he trained over 1,000 school employees from two different school districts in the ALICE active shooter training. In 2014 the American Crime Prevention Institute in Louisville Kentucky certified Jedd as a crime prevention specialist.
In 2018 Jedd was certified by the Texas State University Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Active Shooter Level II.
Jedd is passionate about how the public and civilians need to be educated on what to do in an active shooter incident.
Since 2014 Jedd has trained thousands of employees from all over the country in what to do in an active shooter situation.