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Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Training Spotlight Part II

Tactical Concepts, Inc.

This is part two in a series to help us get to know our approved training providers.

Tom Moser is owner of Tactical Concepts, Inc., of Rolla. You can reach them at their website, Tactical Concepts, Inc. Taccal is an approved initial training provider and is in the process of becoming approved for continuing education. Moser is also a Missouri-approved concealed weapons instructor and offers classes in self-defense. Taccal is currently offering classes twice per month on the week-ends in Rolla. Tom Moser is the instructor and provided the following information regarding his education and experience: “Almost two years as a bail bond agent, first entity in the state approved to teach the 24 hour course, 14 years in law enforcement, multiple instructor ratings, taught for 2 years at the US Army Military Police School-Advanced Law Enforcement Training Division, 30 credits short of my BA in Criminal Justice.” Tom Moser is not a general agent and vehemently denies recent allegations that class participants are recruited to go to work for him or other companies. Taccal said, “Although I have been accused of it, I have never done it and it does not happen at my class unless that person does not have a general agent. In that case ONLY, I will give them some names of some General Agents.”

1 comment:

  1. For the record9/09/2006 4:46 AM

    I was in the middle of some of this stuff about Tom Moser and the allegations about recruiting, etc.. and no, he did not recruit anyone in my class, but when asked how we can find a general agent, he was helpful to me and my friend who took the class. There may be other situations out there I dont know about but in my situation, it was one of them total misunderstandings that turned into a rumor and it flew from there. But I also have let anyone concerned on my end know that when this whole thing came up about agents going from one general agent to another (happened with a friend of mine) that Tom had nothing to do with it in our case, it was just a group of people wanting to stick together and work for the same person.

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