“Safety is the FIRST thing that matters. At the end of the day, buildings, equipment and tools can all be replaced when damaged. People cannot be replaced.”
Don Moseman
Master Instructor
donm@ndsc.org
Don Moseman served in the United States Air Force for seven years as an Electronic Nuclear Weapon Specialist. He obtained the highest security clearance in the Air Force at that time, which was for Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information.

After earning a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, Don separated from the Air Force and served as a state trooper for nearly 20 years, with 10 years specializing in driver education and safety programs. During his time as a trooper Don had many duties, including hand-to-hand combat instruction and participating in the federal anti-school violence program. In 2003, he was recognized as the Law Enforcement Education Officer of the Year by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms for his work in combating school violence. In 2007, Don joined the National Safety Council as their Director of Government Programs.

In total, Don has taught more than 1,000 law enforcement courses and instructed over 30,000 people. He has studied 100+ school and workplace shootings and has responded to three active shooter events. He has also instructed nearly 200 Active Shooter and Violence Prevention courses in 17 states, and is a workplace and house of worship approved instructor by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

“A quality instructor with real life experience.”

“Don’s experiences made this course interesting and added relevancy to the course content that could be “hum-drum”.”

“This course was very interactive and the instructor was very responsive.”

“The instructor was well informed and taught info in an easy way that related to our field.”

“Don was relaxed, experienced, and knowledgeable. He was fantastic.”