Ken Lewis is Director of Training at the National Protective Services Institute and teaches Anti-Terrorism Force Protection for the US Navy Master-At-Arms school. Ken is a Range Master, Firearms Instructor, NRA Training Counselor, NRA Practical Pistol Coach Development Staff, NRA/USA Shooting Shotgun Coach, Training and Shooting Range Consultant, a college professor with active security, military, and law enforcement experience, and formerly a National Shooting Sports Foundation Range Action Specialist.
After retiring from 24 years in the US Air Force, and prior to joining the National Protective team, Ken was the Range Program Manager at UXB International Inc. and Concept Planner with AMEC Earth and Environmental. Mr. Lewis is the principle operational adviser in development of RATPAC™. Ken has held leadership and management doctrine positions, and worked a broad range of specialties throughout his career, e.g. communication systems, facility maintenance, law enforcement/security, Emergency Service Teams (SWAT), small arms training and repair, and instructing/teaching intellectual and mechanical skills.
Recognized as an expert witness and subject matter expert, Ken is often called to review and testify regarding training and use of force. Ken’s experience includes emergency management and disaster response, working with numerous employers and enterprise-level corporate customers to manage and minimize risk through the application of periodic assessments, intelligence, and threat management techniques.Mr. Lewis also has extensive experience in project and program management.
A noted speaker, writer and an Eagle Scout, Ken is a member of the NRA-Life, TxHA-Life, TSRA, IALEFI, ILEETA, and NSSF. Ken holds an A.A. in Security Administration from the Community College of the Air Force, an A.A. in Business Management from Wayland Baptist University, a B.S. in Occupational Education from Wayland Baptist University, and a Master of Business Administration from Our Lady of the Lake University.
Ken Lewis will be present at the Conference hotel beginning Saturday afternoon in order to answer attendees’ questions. Ken can also be contacted in advance via the NPSI office: