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Do you have those images that you can’t unsee?

Our guest today shares his experience while serving in the Marines and continuing to serve in Law Enforcement.  He had to learn how to heal, prioritize family, but also create systems to deal with what he had seen in war and on the streets. 

Scott Medlin has worked a` s a Police Officer since 2007. Prior to that, he was in the United States Marine Corps. He was deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003 and 2005. He was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps and earned his Bachelors Degree, Scott entered into law enforcement. Through deployments and time in law enforcement, Scott has done his best to inspire others and be a team player. Scott has helped fellow officers keep marriages together, pull through during hard financial times, overcome depression, and has provided encouragement whenever an officer needed it. He is also willing to share his mental health fights to teach others how to become aware, and overcome.

Book: Mental Health Fight of The Heroes in Blue

Topics Covered:

  • Setting yourself up with the character of service
  • Making the transition from Military service to Law Enforcement
  • Recovering from getting life priorities wrong
  • Finding happiness in the wrong places
  • Having the courage to change course in life
  • Helping our kids find there identity

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