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If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street

Lessons learned from an officer who had a run-in with a suspect on PCP



Brian Willis | Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Editor’s Note: Brian Willis is the editor and author of If I Knew Then: Lessons from Cops on the Street, a collection of real-life short stories written by police officers. Willis, who was recently named Law Officer’s 2011 Trainer of the Year, has committed to donating $10,000 to the ILEETA scholarship fund. Help support his efforts! If you enjoy this chapter, please consider purchasing the book--for yourself or a friend--at www.warriorspiritbooks.com. Enjoy and be safe.

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Brian Willis

Brian Willis is an internationally recognized thought leader, speaker, author and trainer and the President of Winning Mind Training. His focus is on helping law enforcement officers, trainers and leaders achieve personal excellence by understanding life’s most powerful question: What’s Important Now? (W.I.N.). He was the 2011 Law Officer and ILEETA Trainer of the Year. His website is www.winningmindtraining.com.


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