Leader Armor: Leadership for the Law Enforcement First-line Supervisor

Leadership for Law Enforcement Decoded

Are you a sworn or civilian law enforcement supervisor? Are you considering becoming a first-line supervisor? Are you interested in becoming a better leader? If so, this is the book to read.

You have spent some time learning all the skills it takes to be a good cop, deputy, agent, or civilian member of a law enforcement agency. You’ve proven yourself on the front lines. You relied on tools such as protective instruments, defensive tactics, handcuffs, firearms, and your experience. In short, you’ve been a Superhero. To successfully transition from Superhero to Supervisor requires a new set of tools and skills; soft skills.

As a supervisor, you are expected to know how to motivate the superheroes you lead, rate their performance, reward them when they do an outstanding job, and hold them accountable when they screw up. You also have a boss to report to, who will hold you responsible for doing all those things. After reading this book, you will be equipped with a new set of tools. Think about it as an entry-level academy for supervisors. If you follow the guidelines and lessons inside this book, you will not only be a successful supervisor; you will be a confident leader that others look up to and respect.

It’s time to arm yourself with soft skills for hard results!

The Ultimate Guide – Twenty-First-Century Patrol Officers Tactical Field Manual : Skills, Tactics, and Techniques

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This is a 21st century Patrol Officers Guide that provides tactical information to law enforcement officers, military, security and professionals with a need to know. This guide provides information in a variety of areas related to officers and public safety. This guide provides information learned from many years of experience working the streets and living the experiences.

Western Justice: Three Western Writers – Three Mystery Novellas

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Looking for a great new mystery series? Three western writers begin their journeys with tales of wide-open skies, death in the dust, Native American mysticism, greed, lust, friendship, and honor. Law enforcement agents and Native American players partner and sometimes clash on the unpredictable path toward truth and justice. 

Western authors Mark Reps, R Lawson Gamble, and Felix F. Giordano each begin their unique individual mystery series involving law enforcement protagonists Zeb Hanks, Zach Tolliver, and Jim Buchanan.

R. Lawson Gamble – THE DARK ROAD – Zack Tolliver is a newly minted FBI agent assigned to the Four Corners Indian Affairs FBI liaison team on the Navajo Reservation. Raised in eastern suburbia, he is dropped into a strange land and culture where he is immediately assigned to a missing person case that may have links to sheep mutilation and a murder. A total novice in all areas of his experience, he must rely on the Navajo men with whom he is partnered, one of whom will one day become his best friend and mentor. This novella is a prequel to the Zack Tolliver, FBI, Mystery Series.

Mark Reps – NATIVE ROOTS – Zeb Hanks is a modern lawman, but he had to start somewhere. This two-part novella explores Zeb’s roots as a young man and his early law enforcement career as a border patrol agent and Tucson policeman. A mysterious beating, illegal immigrants crossing the border, and a brush with the jaded world of politics mesh together to teach Zeb the meaning of justice, western style. This novella is a prequel to the Zeb Hanks Mystery Series.

Felix F. Giordano – MISSING IN MONTANA – Axe Killian was a Knuckle Dragger, ex-military now undercover FBI with a Harley, an attitude, and a secret. When he stumbles upon a five-year old cold case abduction, his past coaxes him to accept the assignment. As he closes in on the missing, mixed-blood Blackfeet teenage girl, she would not only change who he was, but who he would become. This novella is an introduction to the Jim Buchanan Series, set in Montana.