ST. LOUIS, Nov. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "The PIP Guide" (Police Interaction Procedure) is a new resource that educates and gives situational advice/tips on how to interact properly with the police. It offers insight on good versus bad cop conduct.
Many people are having unpleasant to disastrous encounters with the police across the country. Some are losing their lives. One problem is most people don't know what they should or should not do when interacting with the police. They don't know what's appropriate or inappropriate police conduct.
Douglas W. Colbert Jr says, "If you don't know what's right, how do you know what's wrong?" Utilizing his research and analysis skills, he worked day and night for weeks, gathering information from active and retired police officers. He researched laws; spoke with lawyers, and most importantly, everyday citizens. He also incorporated his own police experiences to produce "The PIP Guide" (Police Interaction Procedure).
"I realized that most of us don't really understand police procedure or our rights. Encountering the police is not something we think about. This lack of the understanding of our rights, police procedure and police mentality creates a 'breeding ground' for tragedies, such as the Michael Brown incident."
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Have Colbert on your show to talk about:
- Why understanding Police Interaction Procedure (PIP) is vital.
- How to reduce your risk exposure.
- The thin line between being a crime suspect vs. being profiled as criminal.
- Laws surrounding police and civilian interaction.
- The profile of officers who shouldn't be in law enforcement.
About the Author
Colbert, a systems analyst and computer programmer consultant by trade, has over twenty years of experience analyzing problems and opportunities for the aerospace, communication and manufacturing industries. He has published several articles. His article "Attention to Attitude" was published by INCOSE, International Council on Systems Engineering, under the auspices of Boeing. He has written articles on relationships and spirituality published by self-improvement bloggers and others. He designed and authored a workbook titled Kisses! (Keep It Simple Steps to Evolving Spiritually). He is passionate about self-empowerment and providing others with tools and education to improve their lives.
Contact: Douglas W. Colbert Jr.
The PIP Guide (CreateSpace, $6.99, 34 pages, 8 x 5, paperback, ISBN-10:1502447436, ISBN-13:978-1502447432), is available at most online book retailers and Barnes & Noble.
SOURCE Douglas W. Colbert Jr.