Practical Law Enforcement Fitness & Nutrition Solutions for Powerful Results

In this dynamic session, our subject matter experts will provide professional guidance and best practices that pave the way for you to:

  • Support officers, supervisors, command staff, and external community leaders in further developing, building, and implementing, a fitness and nutrition program for your agency;
  • Design a results-focused, morale-boosting law enforcement fitness and nutrition program that helps officers feel their best and perform at optimal levels; and 
  • Systematically implement a fitness and nutrition program for sustainable success. 

Target Audience: Sworn Law enforcement and Wellness coordinators

Overall Objective:  Inform Law Enforcement agencies on designing and maintaining an efficient fitness and nutrition program.

Project Funding Provided By: BJA 

Includes: Three case studies of viable and results-producing programs will be shared. These will consist of examples from agencies with budgets and support systems along the entire scale – ranging from limited to robust

Joseph Dulla

Interim Associate Dean of Fire Technology

Santa Ana College

Joe Dulla has served in first responder roles for over 39 years. He has worked as an emergency medical technician, lifeguard, rescue boat operator, mountain rescue, and law enforcement officer. After 31 years of service with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Joe recently retired where he worked, custody, patrol, investigative, task force, training & technical assignments in various sworn ranks and positions. For his last 4 and a half years, Joe served as academy director overseeing the training of over 1,400 recruits per year. He is a member and served as chairman of the California POST Physical Training Program S.M.E. Group, Los Angeles County Human Performance Workgroup, as well as Job Task Analysis and Return to Work committees. He also managed the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s “Fast Track Injury Care” program that utilizes Sports Medicine concepts to reduce time lost to injuries, enhance wellness, and optimize employee performance. Joe has also taught and served in faculty positions at the undergraduate and graduate levels for courses in Public Policy, Public Personnel, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Tactical Sports Medicine, at five universities. 

He holds TSAC‑F certification with distinction from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on the physical demands of law enforcement patrol personnel, wellness, injury and rapid return to work, written articles for the Tactical Strength and Conditioning Journal, and co-authored over 20 articles for peer-reviewed journals and other periodicals. Joe is currently the Interim Associate Dean of Fire Technology at Santa Ana College where he oversees a portfolio including Fire Technology, Physical Fitness for Public Safety Personnel, the Basic Fire Academy, Fire Prevention, Fire Officer, and the SAC FIT Wellness Program. The SAC FIT Program has a 30 year history of providing cutting-edge wellness evaluations, courses, and coaching to over 30 client fire and law enforcement agencies across five Southern California counties. He is currently a Ph.D. student in the College of Health Sciences and Medicine, Tactical Research Unit, Bond University. His dissertation topic examines recruit attrition, success factors, physical abilities, injuries, costs, incumbent health, and human performance optimization.

Mandy Nice

Tactical Program Manager

Public Safety National Strength and Conditioning Association

Mandy Nice has over 15 years of experience developing and implementing physical fitness and wellness programs that measurably improve the strength and resilience of tactical athletes and civilians. Her science-based, results-focused approach has consistently produced positive results that have earned national-level awards for measurably improving employee health, fitness, and quality of life. Mandy actively serves as a guest speaker at state, national and international law enforcement conferences to help share scalable best practices for sustainable success. To further support agencies, Mandy also serves as the Tactical Program Manager of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). She is responsible for fully equipping members of law enforcement and fire/rescue with the essential research, training, tools, and resources to establish safe tactical athletic programs that optimize job readiness while reducing injury risk. Mandy’s greatest motivator is helping members of law enforcement and fire/rescue optimize their fitness and health so that they can enjoy strong, rewarding careers and long, healthy retirements.

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