My Apologies …

My Apologies …

This is an apology to the person who thinks I snubbed him the other night. It will, I hope, serve two purposes. It will make me feel better because I have been thinking about it for a few days and it has really bothered me. It will also serve as an explanation to many in the ...
Watching Your 12

Watching Your 12

You’re a cop. What does this mean? It means you do what’s best in the interest of public safety. You control, regulate, and keep order for a living. What’s often forgotten? Controlling, regulating, and keeping yourself in order. Cops often say to each other, “Watch your 6!” That ...
You Can’t Lead, If You Don’t Know Your People

You Can’t Lead, If You Don’t Know Your People

General Dwight D. Eisenhower, after WW II, gave a speech at a West Point graduation. In it he offered some sage advice to the cadets who were now officers. “You must know every single one of your men. It is not enough that you are the best soldier in that unit, that you are the ...
Preventable Collision?

Preventable Collision?

The term “preventable” can be a hard word to stomach—especially when you were just involved in a traffic collision that may have been your fault. It might imply that you should have known better and you did something wrong or failed to take an action that would have avoided the ...