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Robert Cornuke is a former police investigator and SWAT team member with the Costa Mesa Police Department. As president of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE) Institute, he has participated in over twenty expeditions around the world searching for lost locations described in the Bible.

Isaiah "IKE) McKinnon

Dr. Isaiah McKinnon has more than 39 years of experience in the public and private sector, education, law enforcement and private security. Since his retirement as Chief of Police of the Detroit Police Department, he has continued to educate more than 4 million television viewers on Personal Safety on his WDIV-TV program, "Stay Safe With Ike."

Sergeant Mitchell Grobeson was the Los Angeles Police Departments first openly gay police officer. Following the publicity from his groundbreaking lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Departments discriminatory practices, Mitchell Grobeson created the first formal support group for Southern California gay and lesbian law enforcement, fire, rescue and paramedic professionals. He also formed and hosted the first Statewide and National conference of gay officers in California.

Providing Practical and Spiritual Support to the Law Enforcement Community. Chaplain Tony Miano has been a deputy sheriff for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department since 1987. He served full-time until 2000, when he left full-time duty to pursue the ministry and to become a law enforcement chaplain.

Marshall Frank, 67, is a retired captain from the Metro-Dade Police Department in Miami, Florida, where he spent the majority of his thirty years investigating murders or commanding those who did.

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Michael Dye a 21 year veteran of law enforcement.  Currently, he is sergeant with the Volusia County Sheriffs Department.  His book, The PeaceKeepers: A Bible Study for Law Enforcement, asks the question - "How can I be both a cop and a Christian?"

Retired New York Police Department Detective Philip Bulone, a Certified Addiction Prevention Professional turned drug counselor is available to talk with individuals or groups about their own or a loved one's addiction. Bulone's straight forward, reality based approach to substance abuse counseling and education has helped change the lives of hundreds of individuals.


Behind the Badge of a Deputy Sheriff

While I was a Marine, I was willing to give my life for my country. While I was a Deputy Sheriff, I was willing to give my life for the citizens of my county, even though most disliked the Police. Can I really be a Christian and not be willing to give my all (yes my very life) for Christ, who died for me?

The gang problem has spread dramatically from the "big cities" to the suburbs and rural areas of our country. There exists a real need in the law enforcement community to learn, train and upgrade methods in dealing with gangs.

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