Hello everyone and welcome back to CJEvolution. In this episode Patrick talks about inner strength. The law enforcement profession faces many challenges ahead, but they all can be won if we dig deep and find our inner strength. We all the capacity to beat any challenges or obstacles that come our way. Be safe everyone.
Hello everyone and welcome back to CJ Evolution. In this episode, Patrick talks about the recent shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte. Why aren't people complying with the police anymore?
Hello everyone, and welcome back. In this episode, Patrick talks about unfinished business. What are the things, or tasks you aren't tackling in your life to get you to that next level? In order for each of us to reach any level of success we need to handle our unfinished business. Happy Sunday everyone!
Hello everyone, and welcome back. Remembering 9/11. Motivational sayings to keep you going through the rough patches in life.
Hello everyone and welcome back. In this episode Patrick talks about use of force encounters where officers unfortunately have to use their firearms. Questions sometimes arise on why the officer aims center mass, and why can't the officer just shoot to wound? Or shoot the weapon out of the hands of the bad buy. A lot of what people know about these types of encounters they learn from television and the movies.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 30. In this episode, Patrick talks about the importance of goal setting, according the Jim Rohn (Famous American entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker). Goal setting is not just important for your criminal justice profession, it's also important in our personal lives. I hope everyone has a good and safe Labor Day.
Hello Everyone. Welcome back to CJ Evolution. In this episode Patrick talks about false confessions and The Innocence Project. This project was created in 1992 and is a national litigation and public safety organization that assists wrongfully incarcerated people through DNA testing. They have been successful in assisting many, but there are some misconceptions about false confessions, and the frequency in which they occur.