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The world of Law Enforcement is something that not everyone fully understands.

Greg Nottingham

coach, team
Greg.Nottingham@lawenforcementcoaching.com
I truly have a passion for helping those in Law Enforcement and giving back to those who give so much to their communities, by helping empower them to achieve their goals. I have over 30 years in Law Enforcement with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office retiring in December of 2015. I’ve been married for over 30 years and have 4 kids. I worked many assignments during my career, including Patrol, Lake Patrol, Motors and in the Criminal Courts system. I was promoted to Sergeant in 2004. I received numerous commendations and awards during my career that include two Life Saving awards and I was honored by MADD in 1994, 1999 and again in 2000 as the DUI officer of the year for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. I was a certified Instructor in Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus/Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Drug Recognition Expert. A large part of my career was spent educating police officers and the public around the country about impaired drivers. I was an Adjunct Instructor for The Institute Of Police Technologies and Management (IPTM) for 20 years and was invited to speak at conferences across the country on the topic of Impaired Driving including DUI prevention seminars at local community colleges. I was also invited to participate on a congressional committee in Washington D.C. on Impaired Drivers. I’m not just your coach, I’m your motivator, I’ve got your back.
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Shauna Henrie

coach, team
Duty:  
Shauna.Henrie@lawenforcementcoaching.com
With almost 30 years in Public Safety, I’ve seen the effect that constant stress has on personal and professional lives and I am thrilled to be part of the team working to ease this and to change this profession from one of constant mental/emotional and physical illness to one of health and abundance. As your coach, I will be open minded, patient, empathetic, organized and attentive, and willing to push and hold my clients accountable to their actions and choices in a positive manner.
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Mike Lawson

coach, team
Mike.Lawson@lawenforcementcoaching.com
I am retired after almost 24 years with the San Diego Sheriff’s Department. I have a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice Administration from San Diego State University. Most of my career I worked at the Superior Court of San Diego. I have worked in various assignments including holding tanks, high risk courtrooms, trial courtrooms, and was a training officer. I helped start a Wellness Unit at the courthouse that assisted over 100 Deputies and professional staff. I was a member of the Department’s Peer Support Team where I helped assist Deputies that were injured, participated in critical incident debriefs, and would lead line up training in regards to Wellness. I was a Peer Support Coordinator that helped with the staffing of almost 90 Peer Support members, coordinated resources for critical incidents, and led Critical Incident Stress Debriefings. I also led a 1st Responder Support group that was sponsored by First Responder Wellness. The last part of my career I was assigned to Sheriff Headquarters to start a Wellness Day for Deputies and their families, research different Wellness resources, and I authored a full time Wellness Unit proposal that was eventually adopted by the County Board of Supervisors. I have attended many wellness conferences including Wellness on the Front Line and the IACP Wellness Conference. I currently belong to the Public Safety Peer Support Association and to the San Diego County Wellness network group led by San Diego Police Department. I currently volunteer for the City of Chula Vista assisting families when there is a death or tragic accident. I lead a Men’s group at the church I attend. Now that I’m retired I spend a lot of my time walking my dogs, playing pickleball, paddleboarding, reading, and spending more time with the family. I am convinced that Law Enforcement Coaching is what is missing in most 1st Responder professions. There is now a resource for you where you can be heard, vent, and get help with life goals without the worry of your department knowing. Book a session today!
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Chris Zamora

coach, founder
Chris@lawenforcementcoaching.com
The time is NOW! Up-Level your life. Leave behind any fear, worry or anxiety of what may or may not happen. As your Coach, my goals are to help you rediscover your sense of meaning, inspiration, purpose and renewing your inner energy. My life and career experiences have provided me with resources to bring a fresh perspective to our coaching sessions. Together we can remove any limiting beliefs by replacing them with an open mind welcoming new ideas, personal growth and embracing new opportunities. It is through this process you can create transformation into the highest version of yourself. Your readiness to embrace positive change within yourself, your home life, and your career is the key to unlocking a fulfilling journey ahead. Let's collaborate and embark on this transformative path together, fostering self-awareness, growth and success at every step.
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Bryan Byrd

coach
bryan@lawenforcementcoaching.com
I view this coaching role as an incredible unique opportunity to blend my 14 years experience in Law Enforcement with my decades long passion to coach and help people become more whole. When I first heard about Law Enforcement Coaching, I was super excited to hear about the direct coaching with other officers. I thought, “Finally”, – people who get it.
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Tami Sharp

coach, founder
Tami@lawenforcementcoaching.com
My experience with LE is a little different than most. I grew up in a very remote part of Washington State. A little town nestled in the Cascade Mountains called Newhalem. My dad was a Whatcom County outpost deputy and was responsible for patrolling and protecting a 72 miles radius, with his only back up being one State Trooper who lived 14 miles away from us, and we considered family. If you look on a map, you will see that Bellingham Washington, which is where Whatcom County Sheriff's Office is located, as well as the courthouse, jail, hospital and everything else my dad needed in order to do his job, is just shy of a 2-hour drive from where we lived. Which meant if he arrested someone or anything happened, he typically wouldn't be back home for at least a day. My dad didn’t have shifts. He worked 24/7. We had a sheriff's sign in our driveway and people would knock on our door, alarms would sound in our home, the radio was always on, and he responded to calls at a moment's notice, at all hours of the day and night. Though you can't really get away with this anymore, I learned to run radar starting when I was 4, I learned how to shoot a gun when I was 6, I had my own radio channel, and I would ride shotgun and decide who we pulled over. It was the 80’s. Simpler times! Lol My point in sharing this with you, is so you can understand that I have been living and breathing a deep understanding of LE since I came into this world, and I am humbled and honored to use my life's experience and expertise to give back to all of you that put your lives on the line for complete strangers. It would be my honor to be a coach for you.
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