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A Conversation with Randy Sutton about reaching out to loved ones lost

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Randy Sutton started as a street cop in Princeton, NJ, moved West to Las Vegas where he served over 2 decades and became the most highly decorated cop in the LV Metro PD.  More than 34 years of extensive police experience in investigations, administration and Instruction, He is the author of numerous professional articles and books.  Randy also created  the seminar “POLICING WITH HONOR” which has been presented to over ten-thousand Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement Officers throughout the U.S.

In the “Hollywood” version of law enforcement, Randy has appeared in “Casino” with Robert DiNiro, “Miss Congeniality” with Sandra Bullock, numerous TV episodes of “Cops”.   In the “reality” of police work, Randy’s career is in the top 1 per cent of law enforcement “street combat” and life-saving activity, earning him awards from his city, his county and the US Senate

Forced to retire by a stroke, Randy Sutton lives in Las Vegas, Nevada; writing books, speaking on police ethics, and celebrating American heroes

Having faced split-second reality, camera-driven non-reality, and health induced retirement, Randy is facing-down his legacy; and enabling others to do the same.

Randy’s passion now is to imbue people with a sense of legacy – with the conscious knowledge that every decision they make and action they take is a part of their legacy – and a knowledge that it is within their power to choose the legacy they want to create.

 

Books by Randy Sutton:

  • IA Cop’s Life – True Stories from the Heart Behind the Badge
  • True Blue - Police Stories by Those Who Have Lived Them   

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