Wayne Monico

Retired at the rank of sergeant in 2010 after serving 25 years with the Fort Lee police
department in New Jersey. During his time with the police department he worked
Patrol, Police K-9 Handler, Narcotics detective, Patrol supervisor and Narcotics
supervisor. He is a graduate of the Drug Enforcement Agencies “Drug Unit Commander
Academy”, the FBI’s SWAT School, FBI Sniper School and FBI Defensive Tactics
Instructor School.
Wayne served on the agencies Emergency Services Unit from 1988 through 2010 and
was Team Leader starting in 1991 and was responsible for team training and tactical
operations. Wayne also served as the departments liaison to the Terrorism Task Force
and taught law enforcement and civilian Terrorism Awareness courses in Bergen
County.
Wayne served in the U.S. Army Reserves with the 812th Military Police Company from
1983 to 1987.
Wayne is certified as a police instructor in the following disciplines: handgun,
shotgun, sub-machine gun, rifle, FBI certified defensive tactics instructor, physical
conditioning instructor, SWAT tactics, ballistic shield, distraction devices, OC spray,
expandable baton, PR-24 and rappelling.
Wayne is also a student of traditional martial arts and is currently an instructor in the
Israeli system known as Krav Panim El Panim (KAPAP) which he has taught to both
civilians and law enforcement.

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