Gary T. Klugiewicz is the director of ACMi® Systems, and a member of the Team One Network that in cooperation with the Northwest Wisconsin Technical College provides defensive tactics, firearms, and tactical training throughout the United States. He is retired from the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department after 25 years of service where he was promoted to the rank of captain. Gary has a background in Knockdown Karate where he won national championships and fought several times in Japan. He brought this high impact intensity to law enforcement training. Gary's name has become synonymous with the development of safe but realistic, intense, dynamic simulation training. As former Street Survival Seminar instructor and nationally known defensive tactics instructor, Gary has impacted literally 100,000's of law enforcement officers. His training is an officer survival program in action. Gary is the developer of the Active Countermeasures System of Unarmed Blocking and Striking Techniques that is the cornerstone of High Level Control Tactics. He has developed programs for police, corrections, mental health, security, and military personnel. Gary's team tactics training for SWAT, CERT, and Crowd Management Teams are among the best in the world. His instructor training programs stress adult learning, sub-skill development, guided discovery, decision making simulation scenarios, and positive group debriefing techniques. Even more importantly, as a righteous police officer use-or-force defense expert, Gary has defended scores of officers in legal proceedings.
The Active Countermeasures Instructional Systems was founded in 1989. ACMi is a registered trademark and Limited Liability Corporation (LLC). ACMi® Systems is a multi-faceted educational, consulting, and training entity that provides exceptional support to police, corrections, military, mental health, and security professionals. To further its delivery of “state-of-the-art information and tactics to its clientele, ACMi® Systesms has partnered with other industry leaders, such as, the Verbal Judo Institute, Purposeful Development Associates, Force Science Research Center, and PoliceOne.com