At the age of four, when asked what he wanted to do with his life, Frank told his father and a judge that he wanted to
1) be a police officer to help people;
2) become a police trainer so he could help police be even better, and
3) be a writer.

A native of Cumberland, Maryland, Frank attended DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland and immediately thereafter began his law enforcement career as a Military Police Officer in the United States Army. Having begun his law enforcement career as an MP, and upon receiving his first Honorable Discharge, Frank became a civilian police officer. His 40 year career included assignments in patrol, training, youth services, investigations, task force assignments, and more. At the age of 24 he became one of the youngest certified instructors in the State of Maryland. In 1995 Frank re-entered military service as a member of the Maryland Army National Guard serving both in the light infantry and combat engineers. His service in uniform spanned from 1982-2022.

In addition to his police and military service, Frank began a writing career in 1999. With several hundred articles now published internationally, Frank is the Editorial Director for a law enforcement publishing group. He also has 23 books published in various genres: self-help, fiction, true crime, philosophy and patriotism.

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