Jim McNeff worked in military and civilian law enforcement for thirty-one years. He retired as a police lieutenant with the Fountain Valley Police Department in Orange County, California. He currently serves as the editor-in-chief with Law Enforcement Today. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from Southwest University and graduated from the “Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute” as well as the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) course, “Leadership in Police Organizations.” He authored “The Spirit behind Badge 145” and “Justice Revealed.” He has been a member of PORAC (Peace Officer Research Association of California) since 1985. You can contact him at email@example.com.
Editor-in-Chief, Law Enforcement Today
Police Lieutenant (Ret.)
Law Enforcement Today is a source of information regarding matters that are important to peace officers and their families. We bring relevant news and exclusive commentary that will inform and educate our reading audience.
LET delivers easily consumable articles from our website www.lawenforcementtoday.com and social media platforms. Yet while delivering enticing journalism, the interaction with our reading audience is ongoing due to a two-way exchange of information.
Law Enforcement Today hosts a radio show/podcast that earnestly captivates listeners with riveting dialogue and interviews. Our guests share incredible stories that occurred during their professional journey in police work. As a result, the show is sure to prod a variety of emotions that include laughter, sadness, and anger at times, since each sentiment is the reality of our expedition. You will not be disappointed when you tune in at www.lawenforcementtoday.com/let-radio/.
Moreover, the hub of Law Enforcement Today consists of career cops with a century of real world experience; or institutional knowledge, as I like to refer to it. Furthermore, our battalion of writers are primarily active duty cops, retired peace officers, spouses, and clinicians serving the police profession from all over the country. As a result, if there is a topic related to law enforcement, we write about it.
Since we are primarily practitioners, we leave most of the theoretical dialogue to the academic world. However, while the majority of our writings are pragmatic, we have subject matter experts who are leaders in their field of education as well. Consequently, we seek to influence others with our eclectic combination of experience, education, and training. And we do it from the perspective of cops, family members, and pro-police citizens who support the Thin Blue Line.
LET would be thrilled to have you connect with our Blue Family through our website www.lawenforcetoday.com, social media platforms by the same name, and our online radio show/podcast www.lawenforcementtoday.com/let-radio/.
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Above all else, be safe and love your neighbor as yourself … unless he’s involved in criminal activity. Then call your local police department or county sheriff.