L. Ken Rogers is a 21 year veteran
of law enforcement. He is a medically retired from the Pleasant Ridge Police
Department (Michigan). Ken Rogers is the author of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:
A Police Officers Report. According to the book description, “a police
officer in Pleasant Ridge, Michigan was desperate and wide open to emotional pain. On the outside he looked all right, but
he wasn't. His post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms were classic. He was emotionally ill. This book is a must for law enforcement
agencies and personnel throughout the country.”
One reader of Post Traumatic
Stress Disorder: A Police Officers Report said, “Outstanding accounts of Ken's life as a police officer.
The content is well organized and readable. From the moment I picked the book up, I had a really hard time putting it down.
I read the entire book in less than two days. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a real problem that has been hidden from the
public for years and has just recently been attributed to police and emergency service work. The general public's perception
of a police officer is one who is stone faced and feels no emotion, but Ken makes you realize through his personal accounts,
that police officers are human as well.”