Peace Officer

The following Documentary is presented as a training tool for Constitutional Law Enforcement and U.S.A. Patriot Police Officers. 

Dub Lawrence, the founder of Utah's first SWAT unit, investigates the death of his son-in-law and other shootings related to an increase in violent SWAT team raids. 


Lawrence, the central figure in the documentary, founded Davis County, Utah's SWAT team, the first in the state, in the 1970s as a sheriff. He was motivated to begin investigating police killings after the same SWAT team he founded killed his son-in-law, Brian Wood, during a 2008 standoff.


Much of the film focuses on the history of the SWAT teams that were formed in the United States after the 1965 Watts riots in Los Angeles and mythologized in popular culture by shows such as S.W.A.T.


The film follows Lawrence as he investigates his son-in-law's death as well as several other SWAT team raids.