Greenhalgh, Tom

Tom Greenhalgh has been involved in the Public Safety field for 26 years. Currently he is employed as a Police Lt./Paramedic and has previously worked as a Firefighter/Paramedic. He has been involved in Public Safety Diving for over 20 years as a team leader and trainer of a regional volunteer dive rescue team, a Corporate Trainer for Dive Rescue Int’l, a past member of the IADRS Board of Directors, and as an author/technical advisor on educational programs in this field. Tom is the Co-Director for the Greater Lowell CISM Team in Massachusetts, an ICISF approved trainer in multiple disciplines, co-author of the Battlefield to Street: One Uniform to Another program, is an Algorithm Trainer in TFT, and serves as a member of the ATFT-Trauma Relief Committee. Tom is a Peer/Staff member of the On-Site Academy in Gardner, MA. He holds a M.A. in Criminal Justice and is currently pursuing his MSW, with an emphasis on public safety and military issues. Tom also serves as the co-founder and Executive Director of National Public Safety Solutions Inc, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides educational and support services in a variety of venues across the country.