A new officer talks about his personal experiences as a police officer in small-town, rural Texas. The stories are a compilation of fun events, unique experiences, and tragic circumstances as experienced by the author in his first five years of law enforcement. Full Report puts you in the driver's seat of a Texas patrol car and in the mind of a new police officer. Full Report is not a technical journal or a legal reference. The stories are told as if you are sitting by the fireplace having coffee with an old friend. If you think you know what its like to be a small town cop, you may have a different outlook after reading Full Report.
About the Author
Aaron has been a Texas peace officer since 2010. When he graduated high school, the first thing he did was get his Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification. Aaron started working for his hometown fire department, and then completed the Fire Academy. He spent three years as a full time firefighter and EMT before taking a position as the Safety Supervisor for a Texas water park. In 2003, Aaron started working at an NBC-TV station as a part time camera operator, and eventually worked his way to being the Chief Director of Newscasts. After getting involved with some of the local state representative elections, he was recruited by a United States Senator to represent him in twenty-four counties during the Senator's reelection campaign in 2006. Aaron was very active in politics from 2004-2008. He spent time in the Governor's office and all over the state. During this period of time, he was lucky enough to meet President George W. Bush three times, Vice President Cheney, and countless Congressional members and operators. He got to see Air Force One up close on multiple occasions, work with the White House staff and Secret Service, as well as travel in Presidential motorcades. Aaron returned to Texas in 2009 and went to the Police Academy. That's where this series of stories began to come to life. Education: Astro-Biology; Super-Earths & Life program, Harvard University; Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts; Associate of Science: General Studies; Associate of Science: Business Administration; Certifications: Texas EMT-B; Texas Peace Officer; Texas Firefighter; California Guard Card; Missouri Guard Card; Licenses: Texas Concealed Handgun License; Texas Private Security Bureau, Private Investigator; FCC Radio License; Affiliations:3rd Degree Master Mason; Texas Military Forces, Texas State Guard (E4); Make-A-Wish Foundation; Awards: Director's Award for Excellence(Police Academy Valedictorian) (2010)Firefighter Pin (2011)2 Years of Service Pin (2013)Police Training Officer (2013)Communications Pin (2013)Promoted to Sergeant (2013)Patrol Rifle Pin (2014)Promoted to Sergeant (2014, new agency)Police Commendation Pin (2015)