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Grains of Sand That Remain

Grains of Sand That Remain

As the rain gently falls across my windshield I couldn’t help but reflect back in time and remember the many night shifts I’ve worked over the last two decades. Some of those nights were still and quiet, like tonight. A blanket of soft, gentle rain covering everything, causing beams of the lights to ref...
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Why Cops Sometimes Seem Insensitive

Why Cops Sometimes Seem Insensitive

I was talking to one of the “Rookies” I had as a Field Training Officer “back in the day”…mostly laughs and talking about people we know and shared experiences….then there a pause….it was like I could feel and see him through the phone…I could see and feel...
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The Loss of Josey Scott

The Loss of Josey Scott

(Written the morning of February 12)   Good morning Friends, Like many of you, I have had a difficult night. Much thought, sorrow and grief spent the night with me, in my mind, in my heart. The tragic, senseless loss of life our Community has experienced with the passing of Josey Scott has been ver...
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