Feb. 13, 2022

S6E13: Unspoken Threats To Law Enforcement Officers And Their Families.

S6E13: Unspoken Threats To Law Enforcement Officers And Their Families.

The Unspoken Threats To Law Enforcement Officers And Their Families. His Law Enforcement experience, the damage, the struggles and how he uses his story to help others.

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He is an active duty law enforcement officer, therefore we can't say what agency he works for. Scott Medlin talks about his police career, from his time in patrol to the K9 unit and finding unexpected rewards from working as a school resource officer. He discusses the much needed role of school resource officers and their mission to keep the children safe, while also being mentors for the students. Scott talks about the unspoken threats to our nation’s law enforcement officers and their families, it’s probably not what you expect. He also discusses his own issues that were caused by the constant trauma and stress on the job. His own struggles and successes have led him to write numerous books and serves as his motivation to help law  enforcement officers and others.

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