Richard Nable is a veteran police sergeant with the Fulton County, Georgia Police Department (a suburb of Atlanta). Nable has spent the past 18 years as a uniformed officer, and is considered an expert news contributor in the following areas:
serves as a police instructor, and is a member of the GA Association Of
Firearms Instructors (GALEFI). Nable is also an internationally certified driving
instructor who advises officers on defensive driving and proper procedures
during vehicle pursuits. He has also instructed in SWAT procedures, and has some
brilliant observations regarding the effect of the [just expiring] assault
weapons ban and if it really worked!
Nable has just released his first book, Searching for Evil and the Perfect Donut. His book is a roller-coaster ride through gripping accounts of some extraordinary trials faced by this ordinary American street cop. Nable takes readers into a world that few people outside the law enforcement profession really understand.
In his own words, this veteran officer shares his perspectives and draws readers into his experiences with a delightful mixture of intelligence, compassion, candid familiarly, and tongue in cheek humor.
About Richard Nable...
Richard Nable is an excellent interview guest and spokesperson for all uniformed officers. He was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from the University of Richmond, VA in 1987 with a bachelorís degree in biology, and promptly went to work as a police officer. Nable is married and the father of two children.
Nable's Web Site I Talk Points