Laura J. Kendall, MICP has worked full time as a paramedic since 1987 in both inner city and rural. She has encountered numerous gunshot and stab wound patients as well as active shooter events in the course of her career.
She is a retired state certified police instructor for the Passaic County Police Academy as well as a clinical educator for Wayne General Hospital.
She has the skills necessary to instruct in the classroom, during hands on practical’s and in real life scenario situations. Laura currently hold instructorships in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, National Safety Council First Aid, CPR and AED and is an instructor at Passaic County Community College for the Public Safety curriculum.
Laura is the author of several books including The Active Killer Survival Manual for Civilians and Active Shooter Response & Tactical Trauma Care for First Responders.
She has trained numerous EMS, Law Enforcement, Teachers and Civilians how to recognize, react, survive and aid the wounded in an active killer situation.