Now’s Your Chance: Reflections on Father’s Day

Now’s Your Chance: Reflections on Father’s Day

[Editor’s note: It’s become an annual tradition to run this piece by Jim Glennon in honor of Father’s Day. We send our respect and thanks to every father, grandfather, and anyone who plays the role of a father, as well as every parent, relative, friend and person who lends guidance ...
Watch for Open Doors

Watch for Open Doors

I recently had the opportunity to work two peaceful and productive organized protest events in Wichita Falls, Texas. I was on the ground with the crowds at each event and listened to several speakers. One of the speakers in the first event expressed a frustration that the previous ...
10 Ways to Avoid Being Tracked Down at Home

10 Ways to Avoid Being Tracked Down at Home

If you’re like many officers, the idea of being stalked and harassed at home by someone you’ve arrested or someone who has a problem with law enforcement in general may not have been high on your radar, but it should be. It can happen and it’s something you should actively take ...
The Hidden Enemy: Fatigue

The Hidden Enemy: Fatigue

Years ago, after working a full shift then assisting at the scene of a bank robbery during which two officers and one civilian were shot, a west coast police Captain was killed when his car left the road and hit a tree. His drive home was long—about 60 miles. After working a ...