Selleg, Jeff
Warrant Service Planning and Documentation

This class will concentrate on concepts of strategy and tactics coupled with risk analysis and risk mitigation for the planning process of high-risk warrant service. There will be an emphasis placed on the understanding of principles of sound doctrine and development of each operation based on its own merits. Students will have an understanding of the importance for the planning process and how it relates to post incident scrutiny and the justification process of tactical doctrine.

Jeff Selleg - Bio
Jeff Selleg worked in law enforcement from 1996 to 2022 and retired as a Commander from the Port of Seattle, WA, Police Department. He served as a member of Valley Regional SWAT from 2000 to 2022, starting on the entry team and further serving as an explosive breacher, sniper, sniper team leader, entry team leader, and team commander. Jeff served as a patrol and administrative services commander with collateral duty commands over the Explosive Detection Canine Unit, the Bomb Disposal Unit, and SWAT. Jeff volunteered as a member of the Washington State Tactical Officer's Association Board of Directors from 2007 to 2020, including several years as president. He served as an advisor to the National Institute of Justice - Tactical Technology Working Group for the Department of Justice. He served twice as a National SWAT Standards Review Committee member. He assisted the NTOA as a committee member in designing the NTOA's Command College curriculum and currently serves as the Committee Chair of the NTOA's Tactical Leadership Committee. Jeff facilitates most of the NTOA's tactical leadership courses and many other specialty courses. He holds certifications as an instructor in most of the disciplines associated with tactical operations. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Saint Martin's University and a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University. Jeff has completed his coursework toward earning his Doctorate of Education in Organizational Leadership through Northeastern University in Boston. Jeff earned graduate certificates in Executive Leadership from Cornell University and Project Management from Harvard University.