By Michael Sale
Law Enforcement Education Coordinator (Canada) at American Military University
The recent news that Brian Williams is returning to television and hoping to restore his damaged reputation, got me thinking again about the consequences of lying. Having spent many years in police public affairs, I learned very quickly that lying is never a good thing and anyone who thinks that lying, or otherwise deceiving the public, is a good choice, at any time, is playing with fire.
Following the law and enforcing it have been this educators calling for most of her professional life. Recently her career path changed from enforcing the law, to enforcing high standards in online education. How do you go from being a trooper to an educator?