My White Privilege

My White Privilege

My white privilege got underway in the late 1910’s when Alexander Vanko and Katherine Bohil left war torn Czechoslovakia and Poland, then immigrated legally to the United States of America, married and became my future grandparents. My white privilege continued when...
Have we created a victim bandwagon?

Have we created a victim bandwagon?

Has the law enforcement family created a victim bandwagon? After speaking to many seasoned veterans, I fear that is the case. Victim bandwagon We—cops and our families—need to get off the victim bandwagon. Before you tune out or begin the caustic comments in reply, I...
Feel the Shame

Feel the Shame

I’m trying to work on an article and while doing some research today I find myself becoming more and more angry as I read through the news. I’m greeted by headlines that anger me with each word. Not so much for the story but for the slant and spin given by the media....
The Fear of Being Eaten

The Fear of Being Eaten

Countless officers have shared stories of wanting or needing to seek help for life stressors, relationship and financial problems, the things they have seen on the job, and often for substance abuse issues. However, the stories that truly break my heart are those in...

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