Gunfight in Overland Park, Kansas

“We’re not used to this so we’re asking the city, state, [and] country for your prayers,” said Officer John Lacy, public information officer for the Overland Park (KS) PD. Early Sunday evening, on May 3rd, 2020, Officer Michael Mosher was on his way to work when he witnessed a hit-and-run accident. Phillip Carney (38) fled […]
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The Grind Goes On

At 4:38 am, on March 8th, 2020, Knoxville, TN police received a call for the body of a female laying in the middle of a street on the city’s westside. Officers responded and found the dead woman suffered several gunshot wounds to the torso. An investigation led them to a residence six miles away where […]
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Springfield’s Roving Killer

Shots rang out across Springfield, MO late Sunday night, March 15th, 2020. For twenty minutes, police dispatchers were flooded by calls for gunshots being fired at various locations throughout the city. “In essence we had a roving active shooter moving from the southside of the city up,” Chief Paul Williams later reported. The last calls […]
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Officer Down

Statistics are often nothing more than cold hard facts. Here’s the humanity behind the statistics: “She was a very happy person, always laughing with everyone here at the department,” is how Lt. Jason Samspell described Sergeant Kelly Jo Brubaker.[1] On Tuesday evening, November 19th, 2019, officers pulled Kelly Jo’s body out of the surf on Daytona […]
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Chaplains seek Winning a Gunfight seminar in Hawaii

Late last year I contacted Honolulu (Hawaii) PD Chaplains Andy Kikuta and Keoki Awai about the possibility of taking a Winning a Gunfight seminar to the Islands in October of 2020. Both chaplains are friends and we have discussed the possibility of a seminar in Hawaii for a couple years. Andy wrote me in a […]
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“A Deficit of Respect”

Attorney General William Barr recently wrote in an op-ed that there is “a deficit of respect” for America’s law enforcement officers. He went on to say, “There is no tougher job in the country than serving as a law-enforcement officer. Every morning, officers across the country get up, kiss their loved ones and put on their […]
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