Jory Parish is a police officer with the Richland Police Department in Richland, WA, where he currently serves as the department training coordinator and FTO coordinator. He has been in law enforcement for nearly 20 years and has experience in patrol, first level supervision, and SRO and as an armorer and a department instructor in a wide variety of topics.
Jory has experience teaching less-lethal and chemical munitions, OC, PepperBall, patrol procedures, officer survival, gang awareness, and report writing and is a national instructor for FTO, active shooter response, and run hide fight. He has been an FTO for almost 20 years and has a passion for training in general.
Jory holds an associate of science in general studies from North Idaho College and a bachelor of science in emergency services administration from Utah Valley University.