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Are you ready for your third act? How cops can plan for retirement

Planning ahead is key to a happy and healthy retirement from law enforcement



Whether you intend to pursue a second career after you retire from policing or just spend time on your hobbies, you should start to make plans three to five years before your anticipated retirement date. In this episode of LEO Round Table, host Chip DeBlock asks his guests how they successfully navigated the transition from active to retired cop.

LEO Round Table is a law enforcement talk show discussing news, events and issues from a LEO perspective. The creation of retired detective Chip DeBlock, LEO Round Table features professionals who talk about law enforcement issues that are in the national news. In addition, LEO Round Table produces videos of simulated officer-involved shootings from different camera angles in order to educate the public and deter the rush to judgment. The LEO Perspectives column features content exclusively recorded by LEO Round Table for Police1. Subscribe to the LEO Round Table YouTube channel.

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