Simon Drobik is an actor and Albuquerque Police Department spokeman.
Better Call Saul
In real life, Drobik is a spokesperson for the Albuquerque Police Department. Drobik, who has spent 20 years with the department, served as a police tech adviser for El Camino, as he has for Better Call Saul.
In an interview with The Ringer, Drobik says he does everything on set from train actors on proper handcuffing technique e.g. "", he showed the actors playing police officers how to do the combat stack, handcuffing the woebegone shoplifter reported by Jimmy McGill with his hands overhead—an easier move for newbies to master than the traditional compliant handcuffing position, since sleeves are less likely to get in the way) to advising Vince Gilligan himself on how officers would search a home after a warrant service.
Those latter lessons guided the El Camino scene in which Jesse tears apart Todd’s apartment, looking for his hidden cash—though Drobik stresses that unlike Jesse, who shreds walls and pillows alike, police officers are not allowed to damage a person’s belongings unless they have specific information that points to something in particular.