The similarities and differences between law enforcement and the military
Both professions require tactical approaches that without command, control, coordination and communication could result in death or discipline
It is estimated that veterans comprise 20% of law enforcement personnel in the United States. In this episode, host Jim Dudley talks with U.S. military veteran and recently retired sheriff’s office deputy Greg Johnson about the unique skills and perspectives veterans offer police agencies, as well as the similarities and differences between serving in the military and serving in law enforcement.
- 4 reasons why military veterans make great cops
- 10 leadership lessons for LE from the military
- How a military approach to training could improve police skills
- What LE can learn from the operational environment of today’s battlefield
- Performance under fatigue: Lessons from the military