The statistic I am most proud of is that over 90% of the people I arrested thanked me.
My goal is to travel around the country and meet with my brothers and sisters to share my perspective and my approach of Humane Policing.
We train officers and deputies in proven techniques that will help them gain cooperation from the general public and even criminals in a humane and understanding way.
Through lectures and dynamic training, your precinct will gain the necessary knowledge and skills.
Best of 2018
It was my pleasure not only to hire Darron but also to work with him. During his 20 months under my supervision, I was thoroughly impressed with his style and approach to law enforcement. He treated everyone humanely, with respect and fairness, and his approach led to unprecedented cooperation from career criminals. This in turn led to over 40 felony arrests and the filing of numerous misdemeanor charges.
Darron is now reaching out to agencies around the country to share his talents and unique style of law enforcement so that other officers and deputies can learn how he gains cooperation rather than forces compliance in order to solve major cases.
It was a refreshing pleasure to work with Darron. As a detective, I could always count on him to be complete and thorough in his duties and tasks. He was eager to learn and willing to work hard. He often, if not always, went above and beyond expectations. He has a lot to offer law enforcement even as his promising career was cut short due to illness. He never forgot that we deal with humans, often at their worst, but still human beings. He treated people with warmth and friendliness. There is a time to be abrupt and take forceful command, verbal or physical, but this is unnecessary as a general rule. Most often, people responded well to Darron’s style of policing. Using compassion, understanding, and empathy is beneficial in dealing with people, even suspects. If a police officer is angry and bitter in his dealings with people, he takes that poisonous attitude home to his personal life, too. It’s fortunate that Darron is sharing his perspective. I hope law enforcement views it as the gift that it is.