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About Blog - My name is John Sutherland. I joined the Met Police in September 1992 and have served a variety of ranks and roles across London. I write blogs about life and policing – about the extraordinary people I serve alongside and the challenges they face.
About Blog - Christian Wolcott (AKA Jack Catchem) spent the last decade in Local Law Enforcement in California. Jack Catchem .com is focused on providing an inside look at a the costs and benefits of a cop’s life. Whether reading from outside the thin blue line or within, all are welcome.
About Blog - Lee Country, North Carolina sheriff Tracy Carter blogs about current police issues and how the community can help. The posts are good examples of police/community relations and current law enforcement issues faced around the country.
About Blog - Mark Bond worked in law enforcement and has been a firearms trainer for more than 30 years. His law enforcement experience includes the military, local, state, and federal levels as a police officer and criminal investigator.
About Blog - I spent 22 years in the military and joined the Honolulu Police Department at the age of 49.. This is a blog to promote Police Officer safety. Our goal is to help each officer make it home everyday.
About Blog - I’m a police officer in the Great State of California. I’m fortunate to be one of those assigned to two wheels. My aim is to entertain, educate, and (from time to time) unload. The stories I tell here vary from ones I have personally experienced to ones I have witnessed.
About Blog - I'm the public safety director in Lincoln (population 258,000). I became a police officer here in 1974, and except for a seven year detour to the Sheriff's Office, this is where I've been. I was the police chief from 1994 to 2011, when I assumed management responsibility for police, fire, and 911
About Blog - This is the blog of Andy Mills, Chief of Police for the city of Eureka. The goal of this blog is to inform, educate and engage the citizens of Eureka in our mission to improve Eureka by improving the quality of life though citizen engagement and crime control.
About Blog - Policing is an honorable calling and I was blessed to be a part the law enforcement family for twenty-five years. This is a no hate zone, but we may ruffle some feathers. I challenge all of us, cops and citizens, to listen to one another. Our individual experiences and truths may be difficult to understand, but we have to try.
About Blog - Tim Burrows was a sworn police officer for 25 years with experience in front line operations, primary response, traffic, detective operations and supervision. He is regarded as a world leader in the use of Social Media for police and law enforcementNo More Bullies use.
About Blog - A twenty-something dispatcher taking 911 calls, yapping on the radio, and dealing with the general public - with a mad case of headset hair. Not quite so jaded yet, but not naive as I once was. Losing my soul one call at a time.
John Jay College
About Blog - Joseph L. Giacalone is a retired NYPD Sergeant and internationally recognized expert with an extensive background in criminal investigations. You've seen Joseph Giacalone on several Investigation Discovery Channel shows. Here is your opportunity to speak and interact with Joe yourself.
About Blog - For over 29 years, security expert and law enforcement professional Chris Grollnek has been immersed in the study and application of protective measures in the military, police, and private sectors.
New York, NY
About Blog - I am a sergeant and 14 year veteran of a large metropolitan police department. One Police Project chronicles my attempt to share life’s lessons with my son and my two daughters – one quote, one anecdote, one article, one damn funny story at a time. We often say that law enforcement officers are afforded a front row seat to the greatest show on earth, and these observations will not be lost.
About Blog - I retired after a 27 year career with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, where I attained the rank of Major before retiring a Captain in 2000. I then went to work for the Missouri Gaming Commission as the Director of Enforcement, Chief Deputy Director and served a short time as the Acting Executive Director before retiring yet again!
About Blog - I spent 31 years wearing a badge; most of that time with the Mansfield, Ohio Police Department. I've always been interested in creative writing, and now that I'm retired I'm pursuing that interest in the form of fictional crime thrillers set in real locations.
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- Quality and consistency of posts.
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