Dominick Izzo is a 16 year veteran police officer, public servant and Warrior for Christ.
His passion is community and modeling the oath he swore when taking on the responsibility of wearing the badge. Izzo believes his greatest service is to God and in serving his community he is living the calling that he was made for.
Having received numerous honors and award while serving as a police officer in his community, it is Izzo’s goal to bridge the gap between the police and the public through education, empowerment and respect. This is the mission of Officer Dominick Izzo through his continued years of public service. Reaching people through daily contact, social media and traveling the country to deliver the message on the true nature of being a cop, Officer Dominick Izzo is passionate about selfless service to our fellow man.
“As a Warrior, I struggle and battle with my inner wars that no one knows of, daily. In that sense, we are all Warriors together and it is my passion to help others see themselves as such.
But before all that, I am one of the most unafraid, unapologetic and unwavering Christian men you will ever know. My Faith drives me toward success in all my goals in life, none greater than that of achieving my fullest potential as a servant to God and everyone I meet.
I truly believe that faith is found in action and my action is in the service of my community as a police officer, the greatest profession in the world which allows me the opportunity to be the best man I was called to be.
I look forward to sharing my journey in Faith, Combat and Fitness with you and wish you all the very best in continued love and success in yours.”
Conversation about race between a former police officer Harry Houck and Marc Lamont Hill turned into a shouting match on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The two discussed Northwestern University student Lawrence Crosby’s recent lawsuit after his violent arrest for stealing his own car. Hill began the conversation by explaining that he’s been accused of stealing his own car multiple times. It is a frequently used tactic by police to arrest people of color, he explained. Police also say “stop resisting,” Hill explained, so they can create a justification for the use of force. Houck maintained that Crosby was, in fact, resisting arrest, but Hill asked how that could be possible when the man was holding his arms up outside of his car. Hill commented that the officers were beating him but Houck argued that it isn’t beating someone when an officer is “punching him to make them submit.” Posted By Persist on WSHh
Kentucky cop shoots unarmed man immediately after demanding suspect to show his hands RT
Published on Mar 3, 2017
Bodycam footage shows a cop shot an unarmed man inside an abandoned house in Louisville, Kentucky immediately after demanding the man show his hands. Family and activists say the man posed no threat. No weapon was found on suspect or in the rest of the house.
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