Home

This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript. Your browser either doesn't support Javascript or you have it turned off. To see this page as it is meant to appear please use a Javascript enabled browser.

Brightest Lights During The Darkest Times

NOTE: This blog isn’t being written, or even approached, with journalistic structure or professionalism in mind. The topic is suicide: awareness and (hopefully) avoidance or reduction. The statistics and data listed are gleaned from various sources and listed at the end. The rest of this is the result of input and comment from family, friends and coworkers along with a ...

Read More

Coaching, Mentoring & Criticizing

Just this morning (as I type this) I enjoyed a quick back-and-forth conversation on social media and then via email with a man I consider of reasonable wisdom and maturity. He is a hard worker, husband, father and motivated employee of the same company I work for. He has a quick wit and a good sense of humor. The conversation ...

Read More

Understanding the Trauma of Trivia

One of the most important parts of communication is understanding or at least attempting to see and understand the point of view of the person you are interacting with. The ability to do this makes the difference between taking everything literally or taking things as they are potentially meant. The same statement can have a variety of meanings but only ...

Read More

Surviving the Zombies: Things the CDC Didn't Know

From the Inside Flap Although claimed as a work of fiction, there are a lot of truths within the story of the Rustovic Family as they prepare and survive this current outbreak of Zombies. The narrator Frank Borelli was fortunate enough to have interviewed Russ; a man whom despite the scoffing and laughter from others including his own family in the beginning ...

Read More

A Cop's Nightmare: Cloning The Ancients

Comments others have made after reading this book: -"It's an interesting new twist to the typical vampire fiction. Suspenseful and riveting. I recommend highly to everyone!" - "Yeah, I read this book, and it is a most original and interesting piece of vampire fiction." Here is an excerpt from the first in this exciting new series: Visibility became my first concern as I flipped ...

Read More

A Cop's Nightmare 2: Vampires in the Old West

Comments others have made after reading this book: -"I found the book a fun and engaging read. It has a little bit of something for everyone – horror, history, western, sci-fi, action/adventure, humor, political intrigue, and yes, even a little romance. Frank managed the tricky task of not introducing flawed logic into a story that deals with time travel – i.e. ...

Read More

About Frank Borelli

At the age of four, Frank declared his desire to become a police officer. Later he identified his desire to be a writer and then to become a police trainer.  Along with having a family, those were his goals. With over 30 years in law enforcement, more than 25 of them now as a police trainer, Frank has been a published author for almost 20 years now. With several hundred articles now published internationally, ten books and two research papers published (so far), Frank is the Editorial Director for the SouthComm Law Enforcement Media team which runs Officer.com, Law Enforcement Technology magazine and Law Enforcement Product News magazine.

In 2015 Frank and his wife, Debbie, launched a non-profit (501(c)(3) public charity) organization called Patriotic Jeeps Supporting Public Safety, Inc., or Patriotic Jeeps for short.  Patriotic Jeeps is an organization that leverages the Jeep owning social community to raise funds for public safety entities in need.  For information about it, to donate, to buy products, etc., please visit www.patrioticjeeps.com.

Recently, Frank kicked off a motivational teacher/coach/speaker career.  If you’d like Frank to speak at one of your events, send an email to frank@frankborelli.com.