"I've been in the field for 20 years and can’t remember the last time I was this inspired by a presentation. I wanted to let you know of the far-reaching impact of your words....due to you sharing your experience."
Captain Jeremy Campbell
Johnson County, Kansas Sheriff's Office
“Chief Pustizzi presented his training on the Parkland Massacre, Through a Police Chief's Eyes, to the Maine Chiefs of Police Association in 2022. His firsthand account of law enforcement’s response to one of our nation’s most devastating school shootings was gripping. The Association appreciated the opportunity to listen to and learn from a leader who has chosen to use his hard-earned knowledge for the benefit of our profession in hopes of saving lives in the future.”
Chief Charles Rumsey
President, Maine Chiefs of Police Association
"Your program was a great reminder of the 'why' behind why we do police work and why police even exist, - to keep people safe....a powerful reminder of law enforcement’s 'why.' I will be suggesting you as a speaker for our local FBINA chapter training."
Chief John Brooks
Ridgefield, Washington Police Department
"I, too, offer an incident debrief and have presented everywhere from Alaska to Florida to Boston. I can honestly say your presentation was one of the best I’ve seen."
Joe Di Lillo
Public Information Officer
South Euclid, Ohio Police Department
"Your presentation was outstanding, and I will recommend it to anyone who has the opportunity to attend."
Captain Jimmy Deal
Miami Springs, Florida Police Department
"Your dedication to this unfortunate crisis in our nation is appreciated. Keep up the good work. You are having an impact and making us better."
Chief Deputy Steve Johnson
Douglas County, Colorado Sheriff's Office
"Your presentation was very professionally done and excellent information was provided. The lessons learned and the wealth of information you shared is extremely valuable."
Retired Captain Scott Hill
Rochester, New York Police Department
"Your presentation was outstanding and extremely informative."
Richard J. Batrich
Coordinator, Criminal Justice
Wilbur Wright College
"Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the community. While the topic is an unfortunate necessity, those who choose to address it benefit from the experiences and wisdom of those who have already learned hard lessons."
VP of IT/CIO
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
"I personally want to thank you for the information provided...at our 40th Annual Conference and Training Session....Over 100 law enforcement professionals from across the Midwest attended the conference, and their feedback indicates this training was an overwhelming success."
David A. Hall
MOCIC Executive Director