Welcome back and Happy Thanksgiving. As we gather with friends and family this holiday season lets not forget the brave men and women who protect our communities ever day of every year. Many first responders are separated from their families to protect all of us. Please remember the brave officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty and their families.
Hello everyone and welcome back. A lot of listeners to the podcast are not affiliated with the criminal justice field and I appreciate those listeners downloading the podcast. It's good to shed light on some misconceptions in police work and give our non criminal justice audience a glimpse into some of the decisions and calls law enforcement officers go to make on a daily basis. Remember that not everything you watch on television or the movies in regards to criminal justice is what actually happens in real life.
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Everyone who aspires to become a police officer must successfully navigate the various steps needed to wear the badge. In this episode Patrick offers tips and suggestions to have a successful oral board experience.
Hello everyone and welcome back. The last couple of days have been a whirlwind with the election of Donald Trump. A lot of people thought Mr. Trump didn't have a chance to win, but he pulled it off. Mainly due to his perseverance and his goals of becoming Commander in Chief. Never give up on your goals.
Happy Veterans Day to all of the brave men and women who serve and have sacraficed to give us the freedoms we hold so dear.
Have a great Friday.
Hello and welcome back. In this episode Patrick talks about the importance of having a good balance between body and soul. We all probably need to be taking care of ourselves in one way shape or form, and it all starts with taking better care of our bodies. If we are taking care of our bodies then we are taking care of our soul. The key to any success starts with this.
Hello and welcome back to CJEvolution. In this episode Patrick talks about the benefit of being pessimistic in law enforcement. It could literally save your life. However, the key is to know when to turn off that pessimism when we leave work and come home to our families and friends.