|The purpose of this website is to raise public awareness in regards to the safety of our law
The "Officer Street Survival Training" Deputy James F. McGrane, is a non-profit organization. The
goal of the organization is to provide New Mexico Law Enforcement Officers with the additional
training needed in order to have knowledge and skills to stay one step above those in our community
who have chosen to disregard the value of human life.
The advanced survivor skills training is not offered as a standard course for law enforcement officers.
While the training isn't cheap, the additional tools and knowledge that is provided is invaluable. Due to
the fact that it is not part of a basic curriculum, a significant amount of private funding is necessary to
provide the training for the officers each year. Mr. and Mrs. James F. McGrane, (Deputy McGrane's
parents and founders of this non-profit organization) want to ensure that we reach as many law
enforcement officers in New Mexico as possible and that the officers will not incur any out of pocket
|-Photo by Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal
|"Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but
once." -William Shakespeare
Copyright @2007 Officer James McGrane, Jr. Officer Street Survival Training, All Rights Reserved
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|Astorga, who made the FBI's Top Ten fugitive list, was captured in
Ciudad Juárez after he made a series of calls to his wife's family in
Michael Paul Astorga, was found guilty on all charges, of
during a traffic stop in the east
Michael Paul Astorga was sentenced to LIFE + 13 years in prison for the killing
of Deputy James F McGrane Jr.
The 10th Annual Officer Street Survival
540 Law Enforcement were trained
in this year's anniversary training.
Thanks to everyone that helped to make this
Special Thanks to the LOS CARNALES/LA FAMILIA M.C. - ALBUQUERQUE,
NM for their continued support of Officer Street Survival Deputy James F
Your dedication to our mission is greatly appreciated!
Officer Street Survival Training
Deputy James F. McGrane, Jr.
by Calibre Press
Instructed by Lt. Jim Glennon