All posts by Robert Jones

The Opioid Epidemic; New Trends and Innovative Solutions

Opioid use among adolescents and young adults continue to rise. For police officers in middle schools and high schools, this is one more life-threatening crisis that must be managed. The good news is that there have

Hope, Patience, and Love; Three Virtues of Happiness

Columnist Robert Kenneth Jones reflects on three timeless virtues essential to all those who work with youth. It doesn’t take careful observation to realize that there is way too much worry, too much hurry and

Shining the Light on Monsters

The work required in exposing monsters involves a great deal of insight, courage, and strength. They don’t want the light to invade their darknesses.

Serenity, Courage, and Wisdom; Ingredients for a Happy Life and Recipe for Peace

There is a secret to finding serenity. You cannot hope to find it through pursuit. 

A Hero Path; The Power of Telling Your Story

Nobody can ever experience the life given so exclusively for you. It is the story of a hero.

A Rising Tide of Hate; What You Do Matters

The opposite of hate is not love. The opposite of hate is the realization of our common humanity and the action we should take is to find common ground.

iMindfulness; A Way to Better Health in the Digital Age

Ways to transform a young person’s devotion to their mobile device into something more meaningful.

Heart and Soul Leadeship; Imagining Greater Well-Being and Success for Everyone

Why is leadership training and development so important today? We are guided by the vision of leaders. They steer the mission of organizations and teams within them.

Resilience; Building Blocks for Trauma Recovery

Two incredible breakthroughs that empower teachers and local law enforcement and are making schools safer.

Creating Safe Schools & Resilient Students 

As a School Resource Officer you wear so many hats and have so many different job descriptions.  You are law enforcement officers but also serve as mentors, counselors, teacher, mediators and big brothers/sisters.

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