Profile: Peter F. Boyce

Peter F. Boyce's career has been devoted to representing, counseling, and advising police officers. As a lawyer, consultant, and trainer, Peter is able to bring to his presentations a "real life, on-the-street scenario" that street cops immediately understand and appreciate.

Peter F. Boyce regularly works with law enforcement agencies to tailor presentations to meet specific training needs. He is available as a keynote speaker for conferences.  In addition to his training and speaking, Peter is available to provide advice, consultation, representation or referrals to police officers and their employing agencies when they confront the inevitable legal issues that too often frustrate effective policing.

For the past 20 years Peter has spoken to thousands of street level cops as an instructor for the DEA, HIDTA, ROCIC and many federal, state and local police associations on use of force and critical incident survival. 

He has presented regularly to the Investigator's Roundtable, ROCIC, the Mid-West Counterdrug Training Center, multiple state Sherriff's Associations, the Georgia, California, Nevada, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin,Oregon, Minnesota, Missouri, Conneticut, and Indiana Narcotics Officers' Associations FLETC, National Narcotics Officers Association, Illinois Drug Enforcement Officers Association, the National Association of Black Narcotics Agents, Atlanta Police Department, the Gwinnett County Georgia School Police Department, the Victoria British Columbia Police Academy and police departments and task forces throughout the country. 

He is an approved instructor for MCTC and MCTFT and FLETC, as well as for multiple HIDTA's.  

Mr. Boyce is General Counsel for the National Narcotics Officers Association Coalition, Inc.  (NNOAC) and the National Drug Enforcement Officer's Association, Inc. (NDEOA). Mr. Boyce is a member of the American Bar Association and the State Bar of Georgia. 

He has served as a city attorney for 20 years, a Special Assistant County Attorney for 13 years, and he has represented large metropolitan police departments, as well as small city police departments.

When not serving as an advocate for law enforcement or teaching classes throughout the Country, Peter and his wife of 44 years enjoy time at their Wyoming Ranch with their six children.