Collaborative Efforts

Thoughts on Policing a Free Society: Altering Public Expectations

“Policing is one of America’s most noble professions. The actions of any officer, in an instant, can impact an individual for life and even a community for generations. Given this realization, every police officer must be centered on what is important. Service, Justice, Fundamental Fairness. These are the foundational principles in which every police action must be grounded. The nobility of policing demands the noblest of character. ”Steven R. Covey

Hand in Hand Project, a new initiative promoting dialogue and interaction between local police officers and young people

My Chief sent this Hand To Hand Program out to everyone tonight in our department. This video is so cool and moving. Perfect in my mind for Thanksgiving!

In Building Trust, Actions…Speak Louder Than Words!

“We're never so vulnerable than when we trust someone--but paradoxically, if we cannot trust, neither can we find love or joy.” —Walter Anderson.

In his book The Speed of trust Steven M.R. Covey says:

J.J. DID TIE BUCKLE Traits I live By

The United States Marine Corps had a profound effect on my life. It’s where I learned how to follow and how too lead, 35 years ago. The Marine Corps values have a huge effect on the Marine Corps and it’s why they value the term Gung Ho (working together) which they still today claim is their most progressive tradition! I think the term gung ho which is quite often though to mean can-do attitude that’s applied to individual effort. IT IS NOT!

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