In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to author,  speaker, and retired detective Glen Williams.

Glen talks to us about his journey and how we can learn to deal with internal fear.

Glen Williams spent twenty-six years in law enforcement working as a patrol officer, detective, and trainer at Sandy City Police and Utah Transit Authority Police.

Glen is the author of Bridging the Gap: An Inside Look at Communication and Relationships After Traumatic Events.

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Glen currently travels to police departments throughout the US presenting his program, Bridging the Gap: An Inside Look at Communication and Relations to assist in reducing PTSD, divorce, and suicide. He is also a part-time instructor at Dixie State Universities satellite Peace Officer Standards and Training Academy.

Glens greatest joy is making a difference in today’s world through speaking, teaching, and writing. He also enjoys traveling, scuba diving, martial arts, long range shooting, and his dog, Shiloh, who goes most places with him.

He has conducted trainings throughout the United States for law enforcement and civilians in scuba diving, police and evidence diving, underwater post-blast investigation, firearms, patrol rifle, active shooter response, first aid/CPR, and has coached individuals in personal self-discovery and self-development.

Glen received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Psychology.

Glen retired in 2016 and now lives in Draper, Utah, with his wife Deborah. Glen and Deborah have six children spread across the western US and enjoy visiting them and spoiling the grandchildren.

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