Time to Stop Eating Our Own

Time to Stop Eating Our Own

Photo Courtesy: Chuck Humes The law enforcement profession is a culture where we eat our own. We don’t discriminate; we eat our own regardless of age, service, sex, size, color or department. As much as we all would like to blame management, the media and the public...
If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

Editor’s Note: Brian Willis is the editor and author of If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street, a collection of real-life short stories written by police officers. Willis, who was recently named Law Officer’s 2011 Trainer of the Year, has committed to...
If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

Of the many things I wish I had known at the start of my career, one of the key issues is the importance of a commitment to active learning. In law enforcement, we talk about active shooters, active patrol and active lifestyles. Too often, however, we seem to treat...
If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

Editor’s Note: Brian Willis is the editor and author of If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street, a collection of real-life short stories written by police officers. Willis, who was recently named Law Officer’s 2011 Trainer of the Year, has committed to...
If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

Editor’s Note: Brian Willis is the editor and author of If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street, a collection of real-life short stories written by police officers. Willis, who was recently named Law Officer’s 2011 Trainer of the Year, has committed to...

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