Kenny Lott has worked in the field of law enforcement for 10 years. He began his career in San Jose California where he served as the department’s active shooter program coordinator from 2007 through 2013. During his time as a police officer in San Jose Kenny worked various details including: patrolman, firearms instructor, defensive tactics instructor, Critical Response Unit team member and team leader, department liaison to the Bay Area Joint Terrorist Task Force, as well as several other details. As the SJSU Police Department’s active shooter program coordinator he assisted both the University of California Davis and Texas A&M University with the construction of their programs. In 2013, Kenny and his wife relocated to the state of Washington where he began working as a police officer for the city of Redmond. Kenny currently serves on the Redmond Police Department SWAT team, is a department firearms instructor and is involved with the Community Outreach Unit as an active shooter response trainer. Kenny also continues his work as a National Adjunct Trainer instructing the Certified ALICE Instructor course sworn and civilian personnel around the country on how to respond, implement and train others to deal with an active shooter incident. Kenny has an honorable discharge after 8 years of service with the United States Army, he holds a B.A. degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, is a Nidan (2nd degree black belt) in the discipline of judo and was blessed with a beautiful baby girl (Kendall) in January 2014.
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