You are an armed citizen, a good guy with a gun. What should you do or not do when you interact with law enforcement? Plan ahead for what to expect if a law enforcement officer approaches you, or if you have had to defend yourself. How do you think the officer will react to you in these various situations? Do you know what you should do? A must attend for any armed citizen.
Meet Glen Hoyer
Glen Hoyer is a career law enforcement officer, retiring as a Captain after 25 years of service, from the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department (SC). During his law enforcement career he worked in many capacities including uniformed patrol, plain clothed operations, S.W.A.T., 9 years as a canine handler, and then as a Captain he oversaw the K-9 operations, as well as, the entire operations of the departments North Region. Glen has been a firearm instructor since 1986 and instructed in all aspects of firearms training. Glen began working for the National Rifle Association in 1996 as an Adjunct Instructor in the Law Enforcement Division, training law enforcement firearm instructors throughout the country. In 2000 when Glen retired from the Lexington Sheriff’s Department he was hired full-time as the Law Enforcement Training Manager at the NRA and in 2007 was promoted to the Division Director.
During the 2018 NRA Carry Guard Expo, lawfully carried firearms will be permitted in the Greater Richmond Convention Center in accordance with Virginia law. When carrying your firearm remember to follow all federal, state, and local laws.
Plan Your Stay
NRA Carry Guard Expo is your ultimate personal protection destination. Join us in Richmond, VA, for three action-packed days with the greatest firearms exhibitors and educators in the industry!