Blue Love had the pleasure of meeting Brandon Teague via social media recently. He is a sworn deputy who carried out his lifelong dream of wanting to be a police officer . Having Cerebral Palsey doesn’t stop this guy!

BL: Tell us a little about yourself and how old were you when you knew you wanted to be a polic eofficer? what made you want to become a police officer?

Thank you heather I grew up wanting to be a police officer watching Cops on tv. It influenced me to start my career in law enforcement.

BL: What were your greatest challenges and also your greatest motivation for fulfilling this goal?

My greatest goal I got to achieve was being a sworn deputy and going to my first 2 calls this past year. This has been a blessing in my life, it’s like I never ever want to let it go. This is my love. “Never let go on what you want to accomplish. Look up at the stars and work on your new goals in life and don’t quit. Be a fighter, a champion, a warrior!”

BL: How has becoming a Deputy made you feel? What is your favorite part?

Being a deputy has made me feel like a whole different person, like the weight has been lifted from my shoulders. It motivates me even more, I want to be the best in my levels in life.

Brandon gives great advice for anyone out there who wants to fulfill their dreams. It is possible! He has met many officers including those from the Live PD show in Tulsa. Even Sean “Sticks” Larken! Brandon’s other passion is MMA fighting. Read several interviews here at; http://mmauk.net/2019/04/16/brandon-the-irish-hammer-teague-an-inspiring-young-man-with-dreams-and-goals-of-being-an-mma-champion/

Follow Brandon on social media: Twitter , Facebook, Instagram

I am a native Rhode Islander who is a wife, mother, sister, daughter and proud supporter of Blue Lives. My brother has been a police officer for the past 20+years and while he loves his job, the reality of it is, today's world is scary, times have changed and there is a continuous lack of respect for law enforcement. I am passionate about raising awareness on suicide prevention and mental health stigmas for police officers and first responder all over the country. I believe the more people talk about mental health, the less taboo it will be, espeically for the protectors.

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