Tag Archives: Honor

Confronting an Unexpected Fear

Donut County Cop confronts the possibility of a child pursuing a career in law enforcement… Continue reading

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Never Forgotten

9/11/2001 was a day that changed our lives forever Continue reading

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Reserving Comment…

Often unnoticed and underappreciated, reserve officers deserve more respect from us all. Continue reading

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An Opportunity to Remember…

This Sunday, May 15th, will mark the official observance of “National Peace Officers Memorial Day”, and in all likelihood it will come and go without much in the way of fanfare from the populace.  Those who are especially in tune … Continue reading

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Which Way is Up?

Maybe I’m getting too old.  Maybe I’m too set in my ways at this point to change my outlook on life.  Professionally I’m used to the things that might shock the conscience, and part of the appeal of working in … Continue reading

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Lying in Wait, or Waiting to Lie?

While his grammar may not have been the best, the character Tony Montana struck a chord inside me with this quote in the movie Scarface:  “All I have in this world is my balls and my word, and I don’t break them for no … Continue reading

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Resignation before dishonor 

For those of you who have viewed his Crimestoppers videos but haven’t seen the news, St. Landry Parish (LA) Sheriff’s Department Captain Clay Higgins, aka “Cajun John Wayne” resigned his position today due to irreconcilable differences with his Sheriff.  If … Continue reading

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