I've been supporting the law enforcement community most of my life. I started Narcotic Officers Magazine in October of 2011. The driving factor behind it was my brother. He passed away in November 2005. I watched him take a shotgun to his chest. It's a long story and I'll save it for another time. Let's just say he was involved in the wrong crowd. I still blame myself to this day for not being a better big brother, but I'm told I shouldn't do that anymore. That night changed me forever. Shortly after his passing I found myself questioning my own life. I decided to enlist in the Army May 2006 and served for 4 years. Afterwards, while going to school in Florida, that's when I started Narcotic Officers Magazine.
I've seen too many family members and friends ruin and lose their lives because of Narcotics. I just wanted to produce an educational magazine that promotes the exchange of ideas and information among law enforcement agencies and support groups. While doing this I believed getting trauma kits to underfunded officers is life saving. Money we receive from businesses placing ads in our magazine, that support the enforcement community, helps us provide these life saving kits. We also support drug education through D.A.R.E. America, and support K9 programs that supply Narcan overdose kits to K9s. And yes, I still take time to sit with my team and call on businesses for their support.
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