Darin Logue was born and raised in Northeast Missouri and calls Durham and Hannibal his home towns. After graduating from high school, Darin attended college through Mountain State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and later completed his master’s Degree in Organizational Development with a focus on Adult Learning theories and concepts.
While attending college, Darin completed the University of Missouri’s Law Enforcement Training Academy where he would later work as an adjunct instructor.
Logue has worked in capacities ranging from Patrol Officer, Narcotics Detective, Police Chief, Training Supervisor and Special Agent with the State of Missouri.
In addition, Logue has developed training curriculum and policy and procedure for Police and Security agencies in the United Arab Emirates, Bosnia, Nigeria and agencies throughout the EU.
During his tenure, Logue has worked with numerous agencies throughout the State of Missouri but has always had a passion for training. He has published numerous articles for various Law Enforcement publications and is currently being featured in a print publication highlighting various aspects of his career.
In addition to his law enforcement and fraud career, Logue has been actively involved in educating students, churches and civic groups, along with government organizations and Corporate America regarding corruption and fraud prevention.
In his free time, Logue is a private pilot and aviation enthusiast in addition to spending time on his monthly 10-6 podcast and other projects .
A question we get often is: “What makes your training different from the CCW class I took?” Our response is simple. “We DO NOT know what you learned in your CCW class.” But here is our grassroots platform:
Prepare individuals for immediate, spontaneous, lethal attacks. Prepare individuals for assaults by multiple threats and managing uninvolved subjects. Integrate the sudden transition to firearms from day to day routine tasks. Base training on the fact that most encounters are at short distances. Base training on the fact that EVERYONE will have limited fine and complex motor control. Integrate one-handed firing of a handgun.
Emphasize dim- or no light situations as much as daylight training. Include dominant and support hand, plus drawing, reloading and stoppage clearing. Integrate “moving then shooting” and “moving while shooting” techniques. Integrate engagement techniques for moving targets, both laterally and charging and finally…. Emphasize the survival mindset and the will to win in all skills training.