Robert C. Willis

Robert C. Willis has trained federal, state and local agencies and officers for over 35 years in the areas of defensive tactics, firearms, emergency vehicle operations, vehicle contacts, professional communications, constitutional law, report writing and numerous other disciplines. For a decade he co-presented the Calibre Press “Street Survival® Seminar” across the USA and Canada. He Is a retired police officer and was also a sworn deputy sheriff. Bob was a full-time Instructor at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He often serves as a litigation consultant and “expert witness” and has testified in Federal and State Courts, Grand Jury Hearings, Coroner’s Inquests as well as Police Disciplinary Hearings to explain and critique the force and/or procedural actions of officers. Bob authored the original State of Wisconsin’s Defensive and Arrest Tactics Manual and still serves as a senior master instructor for the State of Wisconsin. He has contributed articles to national publications. He is also a consultant to Vistelar LLC, who authors curriculum for national law enforcement, and professional security and public service organizations. Bob serves on advisory boards for numerous national organizations including: the Force Science Institute; SPEAR; the Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody  Death. and others.