Here are Mr. Wagner's comments about his reserve officer status in Orange County, do you see any issues here Mr. Bishop?
I was a Reserve Sergeant for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (Level 1 Reserve Designate, which means full police powers due to my Intermediate P.O.S.T. Certificate Municipal Police. This certificate is issued after the P.O.S.T. Basic Certificate only after 5 years of full-time police service, and only after accomplishing all Advanced Officer Training AOT). The Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the fifth largest at the time in the United States was no small department: approximately 2,000 full-time deputies and 200 Reserve deputies. My position at that time was a Team Leader and a trainer (bodyguard tactics, advances, and defensive tactics) for the Dignitary Protection Unit (a 10 man team) under Sergeant Wilfred Moreno and Captain John Hensley (Reserve). However, the day after the attacks I was assigned to the John Wayne Airport Sheriff Sub Station in Orange County California. After I gave a briefing to over 20 deputy sheriffs, the regional FBI, the Federal Aviation administration, and airport authorities (requested of me by the Incident Commander because I had just got back from instructing and receiving training myself from Israeli Special Forces and police units in addition to my previous training with American anti and counterterrorist units) I was assigned as the supervisor to the main check point for all traffic coming into the airport. It was here that we conducted field interviews and bomb searches of ALL vehicles coming into the airport. I just happened to have been photographed by a reporter from the Orange County Register newspaper and I appear on the front page on September 13, 2001. At least I had direct involvement in the security of the United States directly following 9/11. Where were these accusative instructors at the time?