It’s time to start shifting our priorities and focus. Our communities deserve it and our law enforcement officers deserve it too…We must take care of our citizens and our officers as well, said Sheriff Ron Hain. Profiles In Courage – A New Sheriff In Town – Sheriff Ron Hain in this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast.

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(Logo from Ron Hain. Profiles In Courage – A New Sheriff In Town – Sheriff Ron Hain.)

He’s making changes and other Law Enforcement Administrators should follow his lead. Ron Hain Sheriff of Kane County, a suburb of Chicago talks about the challenges and difficulties faced by law enforcement officers. He also talks about changes they have made to help take care of the mental and emotional well
being of the members of his agency.

Ron Hain is the Sheriff of Kane County Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. He has served with Kane County Sheriff’s Office since 2003 in a variety of roles, including SWAT Team Assistant Team Leader, Narcotic K-9 Handler, Drug Enforcement Investigator, and Police Supervisor. He was honored to twice be named Deputy of the Year. Having a total of 24 years of public safety experience in Chicagoland and the suburbs.

(Photo from Ron Hain. Profiles In Courage – A New Sheriff In Town – Sheriff Ron Hain.)

Sheriff Ron Hain, was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune, to give an account of how his Deputies handled a mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois. Hain said. “This is the new policing we face not just in America but here at home. … We are policing in times like none of us have ever seen.”

Sheriff Hain also said, “As we hold that thin barrier between our great community and those who wish to do it harm, I, as a head law enforcement official, must rethink how public safety is carried out,” Hain said. “Tactics of a decade ago, reused and borrowed equipment, an unreliable communications platform and archaic mindsets are hurdles we must collectively overcome.”

Under the leadership of Sheriff Hain, his agency is taking a proactive approach to helping their law enforcement officers deal with all the problems that can be caused by trauma and repeated stress of the job.

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(Photos from Ron Hain, compiled by LET staff. Profiles In Courage – A New Sheriff In Town – Sheriff Ron Hain.)

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