A salute to a cop's copby TheSpecTV | 1 year ago | 1380 page views
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John Harris became one of the most respected officers in his 40-year career with the Hamilton Police. His highly polished boots hide a secret no one would suspect.
He leads constables. And the chief. He is a mentor, a confidante, an adviser, an inspiration. He is a mountain of a man who tries to blend into the thin blue line. He embodies all that is good about old school policing yet embraces the transition to a new police culture.
John Harris has accomplished this while wearing the modest stripes of a patrol sergeant. And a prosthetic leg.
“A sergeant is the last rank out on the street,” he explains in a voice that starts somewhere deep within his 6-foot-6, 285-pound frame.
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