Download: RNN – February 5, 2015
RNN – Dean Henning and Sheriff Mack…
..will join Bob to discuss the “police”, their conduct and interface with the “constitutional” and “patriotic” communities; the challenges they face, their lawful and unlawful use by governmental bodies, how we can help attract currently serving officers to constitutional commitment and CSPOA vs. opposing them…
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Dean currently serves, in republic, as Wisconsin free State interim Lieutenant Governor, and is it’s acting Governor.
Dean held many jobs while growing up in Wisconsin. He attended most of his school years in Janesville, Wisconsin. In January of 1980, Dean became a Peace officer for the City of Edgerton, Wisconsin because “I wanted to help people”; and in his mind, he was a public servant. Dean noticed that in the mid to late 80’s, things started to change in our society. Peace Officers started to lose their discretion towards helping people. Dean became a Police Lieutenant and acting Chief of Police for this Department. He left law enforcement in 1989.
Author/speaker and former Sheriff Richard Mack has served in a wide variety of roles over the course of his nearly twenty year career in law enforcement, which began in Provo, Utah.
Mack began his career with the Provo Police Department as a parking enforcement cadet while attending BYU.
Join Host Bob Barnet
6:00 Pac/9:00 East
Conf: (712) 432-0075