Jim Grayson has always been a man who works to live. His pursuits have included flying airplanes and helicopters, SCUBA instructor, ski patrol, sailing, and other adventures designed to pry him off the couch. His professional law enforcement career began in the 1970’s, where he served as patrol officer, sergeant, watch commander, and patrol division commander. Jim’s tenure has always emphasized de-escalation techniques or calming the waters during potentially violent encounters. That career was followed by 22 years in security management and consulting, including 5 years with UCLA’s Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center exploring crime prevention in schools and small retail establishments.
Jim’s interests have always included writing in various forms, including reports, poetry, songs, and short stories. His writing interests shifted to novels in the last 10 years. Jim has written 4 novels with one self -published work: Trailer Vamp – Love Bites. Jim’s life has always been characterized by an ability to think outside the box—more accurately it may have been his inability to think inside the box.
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