Dr. Frederic Whitehurst
- Dec 28, 2021
- 4 min
Looking Beyond the Blue Line
"I would advise anyone in law enforcement to set aside the fear of life after law enforcement and realize that you are so much more than...
lamp·light·er | ˈlamp-ˌlī-tər - noun
An employee of conscience who crosses the thin blue line to report corruption, injustice, or misconduct in law enforcement.
“Keep lighting those lamps, for the world would be a darker place without you.”
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