The book uses practical applications, detailed lists, and specific examples in each chapter to explain how and why the book's methods are important and useful. This book is a result of the author's many years of practical experience and many interactive classes with hundreds of supervisors across the country. It is a very unique and useful book, easily understood with an interesting and important angle of view for modern leadership expectations. It provides objective insight and promotes best practices for anyone given leadership authority over others.
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About the Author
John was appointed Chief Deputy Sheriff in Evans County, Georgia in 2009 where he designed and implemented an Intelligence Led Policing Operation for the Evans County Sheriff's office. During this time Evans County was one of thirty agencies in the nation that was part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's "Smart Policing Initiative" and Evans County was recognized as one of the ten best practices in the nation. In 2013, John as an executive board member became the manager of the peace officers association of Georgia and C.E.O. of J.B. Edwards and Associates consultants.
John continues to teach many investigative management and leadership courses from originally designed curriculum throughout the country. John has lectured for The National Law Enforcement Institute, the Regional Counter Drug Academy, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, National Sheriff's Association, Department of Homeland Security, Bureau of Justice Assistance, F.B.I. National Academy Associates and various Federal, State, and local Agencies.
John served as an adjunct instructor, teaching his personally designed course, "The Burden of Command," at the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College at Columbus State University. John consults for both national and international police agencies and has published numerous articles regarding the management of criminal investigations, major incident management, and law enforcement operations. He currently conducts three-day seminars throughout the country centering on "The Burden of Command" philosophy.