After 32 years of law enforcement service with a large urban police department, Charles E. Humes, Jr. retired honorably at the rank of Sergeant. He is recognized internationally as one of the pioneers of modern, realistic police tactical (primarily use of force) training. He has taught seminars and instructor certification schools as far West as Alaska and as far East as North Carolina; and has trained police instructors from as far as Hong Kong.
Humes received the 2016 Ohio Distinguished Law Enforcement Training Award from the Ohio Attorney General, at the Ohio Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
Professional Peer Recognition.
Training manuals & other publications that have cited Charles E. Humes, Jr.’s research/articles, and/or acknowledged him within for influencing the book's contents, are listed below.
Acknowledgements & Pages 41, 46, & 78.
Looseleaf Law, 2010
The Mind of A Cop: What They Do
& Why They Do it.
iUniverse, Inc., 2009.
National Geographic, August 2008.
Who Survives When Disaster Strikes -- And Why.
Crown Publishers, 2008.
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman
PPCT Publications, 2004.
Pages V, 39, & 44.
Looseleaf Law, 2002.
Ed Lovette &
Looseleaf Law, 1999.
Sgt. Robert Magnuson
S.R. Enterprises, 1996.
Ed Nowicki &
Performance Dimensions, 1991.
Surviving High-Risk Patrol.
Covers That Have Featured Sgt. Humes. (Ret)
How did the APPLE PITT LLC
(Police Institute of Tactical Training)
end up with such an unusual name?