Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Inside the Mind of Police Officers: The Epitome of Power (Digital Book: 25 Pages)

 The shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri put police operations on Front Street. The late defense attorney, Johnny Cochran, once said that a police officer is the most powerful person in the world. But, what are the inner workings of the police mind?  And how do police officers make decisions that may affect your life, liberty and pursuit of happiness?

Former Atlanta police officer Ed Brown takes you behind the scene to uncover the motivations and actions of police officers.  This book may not only change your life, it may even save it. And if you think police officers are just like everyone else, think again.

Inside this book you will discover:

Chapter 1: Understanding the Mentality of the People Police Officers Confront
Chapter 2: The Letter of the Law Versus the Spirit of the Law
Chapter 3: The Danger of Domestic Disputes
Chapter 4: Getting Out of a Traffic Ticket
Chapter 5: Racial Profiling
Chapter 6: Police Power
Chapter 7: The Big & Bad Attitude of Some Cops

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Edward Brown, M.S., is a researcher and lead instructor for Core Edge Police Professional Development.  Ed is a former Atlanta police officer and has trained command staff and supervisors throughout the U.S. on communication and leadership development skills.

He has advanced legal training from the University of Dayton School of Law and a master’s degree from Mercer University in Public Safety Leadership.

Ed is the author of nine books including: Police Leadership: The Morale Driven Police Department and The A-Team: How to Be a Top Police Department in Recruiting, Training and Retaining Employees available at Amazon Kindle.

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