Episode #04: Justice For All with Brion Curran

two sis gendered females smiling, a married coupleWe welcome Brion Curran to our table to discuss her journey in law enforcement. Brion is a 30-something gay, cisgender Minnesotan woman with education and experience in public safety. She held roles as a licensed peace officer, 911 dispatcher, and volunteer reserve sergeant. Brion lives in the suburbs of the Twin Cities area with her wife of 6 years.   Pull up a chair and listen in as Brion takes us through her first hand story of becoming a police officer and the physical and emotional aspects that often are not discussed publicly.  

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If you or anyone you know is battle depression and/or has thoughts of suicide, please reach out for help. Here are some direct links for help:

www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

www.nami.org/About-Mental-Illness/Mental-Health-Conditions/Posttraumatic-Stress-Disorder

www.splcenter.org/

 

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Podcast music: SUMMER IN PARADISE – PURPLE PLANET Music

 

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