JOINING FORCES: Predominate Aggressor

This course is designed to help officers understand some of the dynamics involved in a domestic disturbance call that involves two parties where violence has occurred to both individuals. Both complainant and suspect perspectives will be discussed, as will self-defense issues, offensive and defensive injuries, probable cause, non-English speaking victims, and batterers methods of operation.

This two-part session is given by Jon H. Lumbley on Tuesday, November 13 from 1:15 – 2:45 pm and 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

Senior Corporal Jon H. Lumbley joined the Dallas Police Department in 1985. He served in the Southeast Patrol Station for seven years and in the Youth and Family Crimes Division for nineteen years. He is currently assigned to the Southwest Patrol Station as a patrol officer. Senior Corporal Lumbley was assigned to the Family

Violence Unit from 1997 to 2012. His primary responsibility was to investigate adult family violence offenses. Senior Corporal Lumbley is a certified instructor through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education for the Dallas Police Department and he has his Master Peace Officer License. He is a certified Sexual Assault Family Violence (SAFVIC) Instructor and qualified teacher for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center on domestic violence. Senior Corporal Lumbley teaches across the State of Texas and across the nation to a variety of professionals. He has also taught to both in-service officers and recruits at the Dallas Police Academy on domestic violence issues. He is a member of the Dallas Area Crisis Response Team.

Jon H. Lumbley is also giving a presentation titled “Batterers Tactics” on Monday of the conference.

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