After serving in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War and the China Campaign, Nate attended several schools and held a number of jobs in industry. In 1970 he started his Law Enforcement career and earned the honor of “Top Gun” during his academy class.
After making Lieutenant, Nate spent 19 years as a full time instructor at the Connecticut Police Academy. During this time he was a guest lecturer on several subjects and at many venues, such as the Smith & Wesson Academy, was appointed Director of police training for Northeastern Connecticut by the Connecticut Criminal Justice Planning and Supervisory Board, and an Invitee under the President's Ambassador Program to teach police firearm instructors in Russia and China.. Especially fulfilling was lecturing on Child Abuse for 11 years to first responders, teachers, and medical personnel.
After he retired, he moved to Denver, CO where he spent several years as a Private Eye and taught at a local college.
As an author of several books and an expert in firearms and criminal law, Nate currently follows his passion for educating others through online media.
He has been recognized for his achievements in:
Who's Who in American Law Enforcement,
Who's Who in the East,
Who's Who in America.
Who's Who in the World.