Lt. Pat Doering

  • National Tactical Officers Association

Patrick Doering has been employed in law enforcement since 1996 with the Lake St. Louis (MO) Police Department. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the FBI National Crisis Negotiation Course, and the London Metropolitan Police (Scotland Yard) National Negotiators course. Patrick is the former President and co- founder of the Missouri Association of Crisis Negotiators. He has presented case studies at several negotiation conferences across the country. He has a master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Lindenwood University. He is currently the Crisis Negotiation Section Chair for the National Tactical Officers Association.


  • Keeping Your Team Relevant

    The current pandemic has hindered training for many departments across the world. Some teams may have also had a decline in their callouts as well. This presentation will give you some tips and tricks to overcome decreased training, which may affect your team’s sharpness. Pat Doering will host this seminar and provide you with some […]

  • K9 Standoff

    In June 2015, Patrol officers responded to a residence in reference to a domestic assault, having had calls there prior the officers knew the suspect had several felony warrants. Upon arriving at the residence the subject had believed to have fled into the basement of the house. Officer formed a small react team with a […]