P1 First Person: I've been 'outed.'

Editor's Note: PoliceOne “First Person" essays are the place where P1 columnists and members candidly share their own unique cop’s-eye-view of the world, from personal insights on issues confronting cops today to observations and advice on living life behind the thin blue line. This week’s feature is from our friend, PoliceOne Columnist and Street Survival Seminar Lead Instructor Jim Glennon, who recently retired from the force after 29 years of service.  Do you want to share your own perspective with other P1 Members? Send us an e-mail with your story.  

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Jim Glennon

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