Leonard Hamm had everything stacked against him. Raised in public housing, he attended public schools where most students went down the wrong path. It would be easy to fall prey to dangerous temptations. Instead, Hamm worked hard and earned a basketball scholarship to attend college. He became a police officer and worked his way up to be Baltimore’s 36th police commissioner. Now, he wishes to share what he’s learned with others.
The Hamm Rules on Relationships, Leadership, Community, and Love takes the tools one man has used to find success and translates them into easy step-by-step companion advice. Everyone in life needs some guidance. Let this book help you identify the tools you were born with and how to use them to lead a rewarding life.
About the Author
Leonard Hamm is currently the chief of police/director of public safety of Coppin State University, as well as adjutant professor of criminal justice Coppin State University. He was formerly Baltimore police commissioner, chief of police of Baltimore Public School System, and chief of police/director of public safety for Morgan State University.