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!

A successful mass tort practice can take your law firm to the next level, generating more clients and revenue than ever expected. Yet, mass torts is an industry that is perceived as being closed to new attorneys. In his book Mass Tort Secrets: The Playbook for Growing Your Mass Tort Business, attorney and mass tort business practitioner, Terry Dunken, turns that notion on its head and provides readers with a step-by-step guide to hitting a home run in the mass tort field. By revealing secrets of the industry, Mass Tort Secrets creates a level playing field where everyone can win.

Mass Tort Secrets provides a strategy for building a mass tort law firm. From strategic planning to building your budget, and beyond, Mass Tort Secrets gives lawyers an in-depth practical guide to the business side of mass torts. Whether new to the game or a seasoned pro, Mass Tort Secrets is a must-read for everyone in the mass tort industry.

Protecting TROY: Breaking the Chain of Child Abuse

Protecting TROY: Breaking the Chain of Child Abuse - ASIN B089VBQ5R6

This is a book about two caring grandparents who find themselves in the midst of a custody battle concerning their two-year-old grandson who they believe has been neglected by the child’s mother. Throughout the book, they often play the role of detectives, who are driven to chase clues and find evidence to support their hunches to prove their case to a crooked judge. This book will appeal to anyone interested in a suspenseful family story with many twists and turns. It will also attract readers who want to learn more about the pitfalls of our legal system. For those who are facing a similar situation to the one the Vogels found themselves in, this book may provide motivation and a pathway to keep fighting for justice.

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Civics, Law, and Justice–How We Became U.S.: Insights from a Trial Judge

Civics, Law, and Justice–How We Became U.S.: Insights from a Trial Judge - ASIN B086W7YZWB

If you have questions about U.S. civics, law, and justice but don’t want to wade through dry and dull legalese to get the answers, you will love this down-to-earth collection of essays that provide an insider’s view of the legal system. In Civics, Law, and Justice—How We Became U.S., career trial lawyer and judge J. Layne Smith offers crystal-clear insight and straightforward answers to everything you’ve ever wondered about the art and science of justice in American history and society.

How does a judge feel when handing down a sentence? Which is better: A republic or a democracy? And what do King Henry VIII and his six wives have to do with the U.S. Constitution? Infused with Smith’s warmth, clarity, and humor, this accessible collection will make you feel like you’re learning about U.S. civics, law, and justice while having a cup of coffee with a knowledgeable friend.

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