Ryan recently started the application process to become a police officer. He feels there are too many corrupt officers in this country and wants to make a difference.
After high school, Ryan joined the Army Reserves and went through training at Fort Benning. He then worked as a code team medic within the ICU at a local hospital and is about to finish a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy.
The aspiring police officer believes that what he sees behind bars will greatly affect the kind of officer he becomes. He equates it to basic training in the military: you must experience it first before you understand how to use the force and power of the weapon. This experience would give him the knowledge to use his authority as a police officer with empathy.
The Sheriff is interested to hear from the young, aspiring police officer who is eager to be part of a generation of change and reform.