Tom Kohl’s Police Officers Survival Guide was written to help educate police officers on staying alive on the job as a police officer.

Tom Kohl is a US Army veteran (1988-92), who was in combat in Desert Shield/Storm in Iraq, and who served in the US Army Reserves (1992-95).

Tom worked “on the street” as a police officer for the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas County Police Department from 1995 to 2002. He now is a Special Agent with a Federal Agency. His father was a Federal Agent.

Peace Officers Survival Guide – Staying Alive on the Job

INDEX

Chapter 1: COMPLACENCY CAN KILL YOU

Chapter 2: TEN DEADLY “ON THE JOB” ERRORS

Chapter 3: THE CALIFORNIA NEWHALL INCIDENT

Chapter 4: WHAT TO CARRY ON AND OFF THE JOB

Chapter 5: COLOR CODING YOUR SURROUNDINGS MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE

Chapter 6: SCHIOPATHIC AND PSYCHOPATHIC BEHAVIORS AND YOUR SURVIVAL

Chapter 7: A DALLAS POLICE STUDY ON WERE CROOKS GET GUNS