The Cop’s Eye

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 He is currently working on his Master’s […]

Just the Facts Ma’am

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

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 […]

Chiron Training

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 […]

Wanna Be A Cop? 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 […]

Donut County Cop 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 […]