Blue News – Available Now!
“One inaccurate story could destroy a career, a job, a life.”
– Paul Crawley, 36-year veteran reporter
“Saying ‘We are investigating’ and nothing more is not going to cut it anymore.”
– Col. Ron Replogle, Law Enforcement Commander in Ferguson, Missouri
Blue News provides law enforcement officers and journalists windows into each other’s worlds.
- What happens inside a law enforcement agency after an officer involved shooting?
- Why are journalists constantly searching for information sources?
- How can a law enforcement agency control their message in the media?
- What drives journalists to report on critical incidents involving law enforcement?
- How can law enforcement agencies spread positive messages about their efforts?
Lance LoRusso opens the doors to both professions and explains how they work together, the causes of disputes between them, and how to create better relationships. Law enforcement officers, journalists, and those aspiring to enter both professions will gain valuable insights through this book.
Profits from sales of Blue News will benefit law enforcement charities. Preorder Blue News now! Releases on December 16, 2016!
Read a review of Blue News from Kirkus here.
“LoRusso wrote extensively about officer-involved shootings in his 2013 book When Cops Kill, and in his first work of fiction, he couples that real-world knowledge with a spiritual focus.” — Kirkus Reviews
Scotty Painter is the most respected member of his police department, having worked his way up from a street cop to deputy chief. After losing his wife, Christine, to cancer and giving his daughter away at her wedding, he now lives alone. His life as a cop is not easy, however, as he is haunted by the misery he has seen and the things he had to do to survive. One day, he finds himself sharing his deepest and most troubling thoughts with the only one who can truly understand his struggles and answer his questions. In a world far apart from his days filled with life and death decisions, Scotty comes face to face with his fears, his faith, and his destiny.
When Cops Kill
“I have been in law enforcement for approximately ten years and I’ve worked in several different assignments. I recently purchased this book as I found the topic interesting and believed it to be relevant for modern law enforcement. However, the material presented went beyond my expectations as it was a comprehensive review of many facets of critical incidents and provided valuable guidance on how to navigate these dynamic moments. I was unable to put the book down until I finished the last page. I immediately called a fellow officer and covered some of the material including new things I had learned which would greatly assist any officer in a critical incident. Not only is this book a must read for any current LEO… I believe this book should be required reading for every peace officer during their initial law enforcement training, either at the academy or in field training.” – Daren J. Hull, Amazon Reviewer
When Cops Kill, a nonfiction book, takes you through an officer involved shooting and the years after.
- What does it mean to be sued as a law enforcement officer?
- What will happen during the internal affairs investigation?
- Should you speak with the homicide division?
- Will the state licensing agency investigate as well?
- How will you handle the media coverage and public attention?
Lance removes the fear of the unknown and replaces that fear with the power that comes from knowledge and understanding.
Profits from sales of When Cops Kill will benefit law enforcement charities.
The World Class Rainmaker: Raising the Bar in Your Law Practice
From setting goals that get results to igniting old relationships and building successful new ones, The World Class Rainmaker shows you how to position your law practice to make more rain.
Starting with how to make a plan and actually achieve it, world class rainmaker and coach Robin Hensley shares ten strategies for increasing your efficiency and productivity, leveraging your firm’s time and talent and re-energizing your work life. Attorney Lance LoRusso seamlessly guides you through the legal and ethical considerations of these strategies as they affect business- building in your practice of law.
- Setting realistic goals
- Compressing time to do what needs to be done
- Increasing the quantity of the work that really matters
- Maximizing old and new relationships
- Taking time off to refresh and renew
- And much more…
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