Eric L. Muldrow
Eric began his career in Law Enforcement after serving in the U.S. Army as a Combat Medic. After being honorably discharged, he began working as an Officer at Westville Correctional Center, being assigned to the Maximum Security Housing Unit (GSC) ( from 92-95 ).
( he believes this period was where he gained the most wisdom for his chosen career field.)
In December 0f 1996, he was hired on by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department as a Corrections Officer in The CLark County Detention Center.
In 2006, Eric attended LVMPD's Police Officer Academy where he graduated with honors.
Throughout his Law Enforcement career, Eric worked in various capacities as listed below:
Certified Police Instructor
Crisis Intervention Team Officer (Trained to assist the mentally ill)
Defensive Tactics Instructor
Active Shooter Response Instructor (MACTAC)
Gang Intelligence & Gang Response Officer
Terrorism Liaison Officer
in 2014, He retired after an over 20-year career.
IN 2016, Eric began speaking out publicly in response to the growing anti-police movement & many of the sometimes questionable police/civilian confrontations.
In 2018, he founded Code Red Conversation.
Using the knowledge gained from years of working in many challenging environments.
He seeks to spread light on the realities of a Police Use of Force, as well as the issues and challenges that truly exist within the Law Enforcement field.
His mission is to do his part to improve the tactics of officers and strengthen the publics' knowledge & trust in Law Enforcement.