John is an NRA and Pa. State Police Certified Police Firearms Instructor. John is an avid shooter and recently retired from a local police department after 36 years of service. John is a Glock Armorer and is certified by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to teach the Retired Law Enforcement Identification Act qualification course (H.R. 218).
Lisa is an NRA Certified Instructor in the Home Firearm Safety, Personal Protection in the Home, Pistol, Refuse to be a Victim, Rifle, Shotgun, and Chief Range Safety Officer disciplines. Lisa is an avid shooting sports enthusiast and has become an NRA/Winchester Distinguished Expert in both Pistol and Rifle. She has been teaching students, especially women, how to shoot for the past three years and truly finds fulfillment in watching new students gain the confidence that learning how to shoot brings them.
My goal as an instructor is to collaborate with new shooters in order to customize training to meet their particular needs. I strive to create a training environment which is both relaxed and enjoyable.
- 17 yrs. with Federal Law Enforcement Agency working Violent Crimes
- 14 yrs. SWAT Team (Currently active)Primary Close Quarter Combat Instructor for SWAT team and local Police Departments
- Tactical, Firearms,(Handgun,Long Gun) and Defensive Tactics Instructor for Agency
- Active Shooter Response Instructor for Agency and for A.L.E.R.R.T
- Defensive use of the knife Instructor, Designer of the “Shrike” produced by Bud Nealy
- Sexual Assault Prevention, Instructor/Presenter
- Protection work in-country and overseas
- Winner of multiple Pistol, Striking and Grappling competitions
- Recipient of multiple internal and external awards
- Doctor of Psychology, practiced for 10 yrs.
- Dissertation entitled, “The Psychology, Prevention, and Escape of Sexual Assault”.
- Graduate of Central Bucks East High School
Bradford A. Richman is Senior Counsel at the McNelly Goldstein law firm in Hatfield, Pennsylvania. He recently retired from public service following a career in law enforcement which began in 1978. Over his career, Mr. Richman served as an Assistant District Attorney and Deputy City Solicitor in Philadelphia, and as Special Assistant to the Police Commissioner of Philadelphia. While with the Philadelphia Police Department, Mr. Richman developed and implemented an aggressive protocol for addressing gun licensing issues in Philadelphia. Most recently, he served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where he established and headed the Elder Abuse Unit, and then established and headed the DUI Prosecutions Unit. For the last fifteen years, Mr. Richman has served as a legal consultant to the Philadelphia Police Department on matters pertaining to Firearms Licensing.
Mr. Richman is a frequent panelist in continuing legal educations programs regarding the law of firearms in Pennsylvania, and is also a Target World instructor holding classes on “Firearms Laws in PA: Purchase, Carry, Use and Everything in Between”
Jonathan Goldstein brings nearly 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and business owner to his law practice. Mr. Goldstein’s practice focuses on firearms law and election law as well as entrepreneurial business advising.
Mr. Goldstein is an NRA certified pistol instructor and is a volunteer attorney for several firearms organizations including the National Rifle Association. He actively lectures on firearms law and firearms safety across Pennsylvania and is a frequent presenter for continuing legal education providers such as CAPE, and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. in May 2011, Mr. Goldstein was awarded the Defender of Justice Award by the National Rifle Association’s Institute of Legislative Action for his “tireless service to the Constitution and with particular emphasis on the protection and furtherance of the Second Amendment.” As of September, 2015 Mr. Goldstein also sits as a non-director member of the National Rifle Association board’s Outreach Committee.
Mr. Goldstein received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. He returned o the U of P for law school, earning his J.D. in 2005. Mr. Goldstein is admitted to practice law in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and is also a Target World instructor holding classes on “Firearms Laws in PA: Purchase, Carry, Use and Everything in Between”