Shoot or be Killed: Putting you in the officer's shoes during a Use of Deadly Force Case - Crime by Tim C. Stadler

Ever wonder what exactly happens when an officer is involved in the Use of Deadly Force? What the officer saw and what he thought as it occurred? You have that opportunity as a 25 year veteran police Sergeant puts you in his shoes on that fateful day he experienced. You are taken step by step from being assigned the call, to arriving at the scene. You then experience exactly what he saw and was thinking up to and through that life or death moment. You experience what happens afterwards and how it affects your life.

Tim C. Stadler was born in Tulsa Oklahoma in 1963. He is a former United States Marine Sergeant having served in the reserves as a T.O.W. Anti-tank gunner squad Sergeant.

After his military service he spent 25 years as a Tulsa Police Sergeant where his last 10 years were as the supervisor of the Detective Divisions Cybercrime Unit which he created.

He has a strong passion for History, in particular in tracing his mother's family name Yost. This passion led him to a 4 year search for all Yost's as they came from Germany before the Revolutionary War, married into other families, and spread all across America. The result was a 564 page book titled:

"Yost Family History: Germany to 2014"

His second passion is passing on Law Enforcement stories but from a hugely different angle. The putting of you the citizen in the officer's shoes on cases and situations. This led to his second book:

"Shoot or be Killed: Putting you in the officer's shoes during a Use of Deadly Force Case" which is a first hand account of his Use of Deadly Force during his career.

There will be more books to come in the area of Electronic Cybercrimes as he gives actual cases that he investigated over 10 years.

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