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A Letter to Our Weekly Profile Subscribers
It’s been a long time.
If you’re reading this, you subscribed to “The Weekly Profile” at some point over the last 12 years. You may have read Left of Bang, completed one of The CP Journal’s courses, read one of our white papers or eBooks, or had our email newsletter shared with you. This newsletter used to be where Jonathan and I shared insights from things we had read and articles that we thought were worth passing along.
At some point, though, you stopped hearing from us—almost three years ago with this newsletter and about five years ago on The CP Journal’s blog. I’m sorry for that. Leading up to the moment I stopped posting, I had written a lot about getting left of bang, the security industry, and behavioral analysis. It was a time when my professional interests were shifting and I was exploring new aspects of service and public safety. And, what can I say, life simply gets busy sometimes.
The CP Journal never went anywhere of course. I continue to be humbled by the organizations and the protectors who are engaging with our content, coming through our online courses, and enhancing their observation skills in our Academy. If this applies to you, I owe you a deep and heartfelt thank you, as always, for trusting us.
This letter is about a return to writing and the creation of new content. My focus has shifted a bit over the past few years. Today, I have a greater focus on applying lessons learned in responding and reacting to disasters, attacks, and emergencies to help people and organizations prepare for those situations. I have things that I’m excited to talk about and share again.
If you’re interested in receiving a newsletter that includes articles and resources about preparing yourself or your organization for an uncertain future, subscribe to the “Paths to Preparedness.”
Thank you for continuing to engage with us here at The CP Journal. And, as always, thank you for the work you are leading to keep people safe!