Instructor: Ian Fulks

Ian Fulks
Biography: Ian Fulks began his Kansas law enforcement career in 1996 as a deputy sheriff with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office. In 1998, he moved to a patrol officer position with the Overland Park Police Department. During his tenure with Overland Park, Ian was trained and utilized as a SWAT entry officer and assigned as a tactics and physical training instructor at the Johnson County Police Academy. Ian holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri and he is a graduate of the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center's 144th Basic in 1997. He holds numerous training certifications including, but not limited to, ASP Tactics instructor, Pressure Point Control Tactics Full Defensive Tactics instructor, Elite System Ground Fighting instructor, and NLETC Tactics Instructor Trainer.

Classes by this instructor

Post Academy Training (P.A.T. School): Maintaining the Profession
This is the first of five GOLD training classes that will be required to successfully complete the PAT School. This class is based on instilling the qualities of professionalism as both a student and a law enforcement officer. Such items as maintaining professional licensure, avoiding professional sanctions, and achieving a sense of career satisfaction, will be explored. Topics discussed will include established codes of conduct, professional ethics, and societal expectations. The student will examine their attitudes toward public service, their duty to act, and the role of law enforcement within their community.
July 24-25, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
Post Academy Training (P.A.T. School): Patrol Responder
This course is designed to equip law enforcement officers with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to effectively respond to a wide range of law enforcement scenarios, from the moment they become aware of criminal activity or receive a call to the transition into an investigator's role. Throughout the course, participants will engage in immersive learning experiences that encompass critical thinking, tactical decision-making, scene management, and resource allocation.
September 4-6, 2024, Integrity Auditorium