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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Training Center
Deputy Chief Paul Couch
Chief Couch began his law enforcement career with the Mountain Brook Police Department in 1956 and joined the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office in 1963.
served most of his
career as a Detective Sergeant.
He earned his B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice from UAB in 1975.
He retired from the United States Marine Corps Reserve in 1996.
also served four years active duty with the USMC.
He has been a martial arts instructor for 37 years, which includes teaching courses at UAB and Jefferson State Community College.
has instructed Self-Defense for Women courses at UAB and Samford University
has published articles on self-defense for women and criminal investigation.
Paul Couch, academy training ...
Paul Couch, academy training director for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement Training Academy, conducts the annual course.Couch, who has taught self-defense for 30 years, said he wishes he could conduct a self-defense course every day because the need is that great.
Hicks - whose husband, Paul
, is pastor of First Baptist Church, Irondale, in Birmingham Baptist Association
- enlisted the help of Rohrscheib, a certified instructor of the Equalizer women's self-defense program.
ISF - Alabama/Georgia - Instructors
...Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Master of Science in Business Management, Troy State University; Juris Doctor, Birmingham School of Law; US Army for 22 years; Instructor on Legal Issues, Jefferson County Sheriff's Academy (Paul Couch, Director).
WIAT TV-42 CBS
Deputy Chief Paul Couch, of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Academy, said, "These Detectives, who worked here ten, 15, 20, 30 years ago, are thinking about cases and always will think about cases that were unsolved when they were here."