The Cop’s Eye: James Neal is a police officer in Ripley, TN, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice as well as a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Both degrees are from Bethel University. He is also the author of the blog “The Cop’s Eye”, located at www.copseye.blogspot.com. He is currently working on his Master’s […]
Thonie Hevron; bringing you the stories behind the badge. Who I am… After accepting a dare, I was hired by San Rafael Police in 1973 as a Parking Enforcement Officer. Now, 35 years later, I look back on a long and varied years in law enforcement. It was a career that fuels BY FORCE OR […]
Wim Demeere’s Blog: My name is Wim Demeere and I’ve been been training and teach Martial Arts and Self Defense for about 30 years now. I live just outside of Brussels in Belgium and have fun writing books and making instructional videos. If you want to know more on my background, go here and click […]
Rory Miller’s Blog: Chiron: Force is a form of communication. It is the most emphatic possible way of saying “no”. For years my job was to say no, sometimes very emphatically, to violent people. I can make it sound more official, but in the end I was paid to go into volatile situations, usually alone […]
From Momma Fargo: Introduction I am a 40-something female: former police officer. Now working in academia, going back to college, and raising my daughter. I’m trying to adjust to civilian life.
Wannabeacop.com: I am an 11 year veteran law enforcement officer for a medium sized department. I am on several of our special teams and am a Defensive Tactics and Use of Force Instructor currently assigned to Patrol. I have worked for Corrections and the military prior to that. I have gone through two different law enforcement […]
DonutCountyCop.com: I am a husband, father, and coach who began a career in law enforcement at a very small agency in 2003. After spending some time carrying a rifle in Iraq, I traded in my USMC utilities and found myself a new home policing the Midwestern streets of suburbia in Donut County. My experiences have […]