My guest this week is Michael Gropman, Deputy Superintendent of the Community Service Division of the Brookline Police Department. In addition to his over thirty years of law enforcement experience, Michael also holds his Doctorate in Education and Human Development, was part of the founding team for TEDxBeaconStreet, teaches leadership skills to police and security officers, and founded both men’s and women’s community hockey associations. He is a thoughtful, caring man who is deeply dedicated to community. Available on iTunes and Stitcher.
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Discussed in this episode:
The Massachusetts Arrest Screening Tool for Law Enforcement (MASTLE)
Michael’s TEDx Talk
Boston Marathon Bombing
What makes a Good Life?
Make Your Bed