Opportunities for Law Enforcement Pros

Premise: Most (or all?) people who break the law are psychologically-wounded survivors of early-childhood trauma. Few of them know this or what to do about it. This gives law-enforcement professionals (e.g. police) on all levels an unusual opportunity to help law-breakers understand, admit, and reduced their psychological wounds.

To be effective at this, law-enforcers must want to study and apply Lesson 1 here to free their own true Self to guide them. That's most likely if their basic training includes accurate information on psychological wounding and how to recognize and reduce such wounds in themselves and others.

In cooperation with judicial officials and social caseworkers, law-enforcers can educate law-breakers via handouts, classes or groups, and counseling. This can be specially effective with prison inmates.