Growing up in Denver was nice, I got to feel parts of the city life while being right next to the mountains. Ever since I was a little kid I remember being an outdoorsman. Being an eagle scout was just part of the process. My father and I spent countless weekends out in the woods, hunting and camping anywhere we saw fit. It wasn't long before I knew I wanted to be a Police Officer. High school turned to college, and before I knew it I was in the academy. I made sure to do plenty of training outside of what I was already receiving to make sure I was able to do my job to the best of my ability. I decided that little old Denver wasn't enough for me, and I decided to move out to LA. Here I secured a job working for the LAPD and quickly rose through the ranks. I decided that I loved criminal justice so much I wanted to share my knowledge with others. I began teaching at local universities and that led to traveling cross country. I've made trips to Canada, parts of Mexico, Spain, and even Istanbul. My next journey is taking me to this country called Chernarus where I plan to speak at a high school in Chernogorsk, their largest city. My flight is in only 5 days and I'm just now writing my speech!