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The Blood, The Mud, The Sweat and The Tears

The Blood, The Mud, The Sweat and The Tears By S.J. Marks, LAPD Badge #26144 (circa 1971) Served with Sergeant Bert Gilham, Hollywood Division Major Crimes Unit and Vice Squad in the late 70s on the Los Angeles Police Department … Continue reading

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Uniformed Police Shoot Plain Clothes Officer from Same Department

Uniformed Police Shoot Plain Clothes Officer from Same Department Here is an example of even the most seasoned who perform these tasks for a living can make mistakes during a high energy situation or what professionals call; “critical incident.” There … Continue reading

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Circling Back to the Beginning

I initially started this blog for the purpose of discussing all things police: the impossible positions officers are put in daily, the compromising positions they often put themselves in, and the giant black cloud that a few give to many. … Continue reading

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Active Shooter Security Expert Chris Grollnek M.S.

Author | Media Contributor | Public Speaker Retired Police Detective Corporal | USMC SNCO For over 31 years, active shooter security expert Chris Grollnek M.S. has been immersed in the study and application of protective measures in the military, police, … Continue reading

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