When we talk about LEOs, we mostly think of police. They are out there fighting crime and making arrests to get dangerous criminals off the streets. But what happens once these criminals go to court and are sentenced (if they are) to prison? We talked to an inspirational CO who shares his experience.
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 […]
First Responders and Alcohol Abuse, and how to seek the proper treatment
One of the tenets of Blue Love: Off the Cuffs is that it is imperative we back our blue, stand with our blue and shield our blue. What does this mean? Let’s break it down.
Sheriff Officer Danny Rivera of New Jersey, is a shining example of what it means to work for and with his community. He has been on the job 14 years, becoming a police officer was a way for him to provide stability for his family. However, it also put him in a great position to help others.
We talked to Officer Jason R. Lacayo from White Plains, NY, who inspires others everyday with words of wisdom and tips to keep yourself mentally and physically healthy.
Blue Love was honored to be at the University of Rhode Island’s 5K walk/run to promote Mental Health & Suicide Awareness. It was a lovely day surrounded by so many like minded organizations and groups that share the same mission. #StoptheStigma We had a basket set aside for passerby’s to write a quick note of […]
We feel so grateful every single day for the incredible people we connect with via Blue Love. One such person is Donna Brown, a retired LEO with over 26 years of experience. Donna is the Author of the published book series called Behind and Beyond the Badge, to give insight into the lives of law […]