Our books are a perfect addition to any LGBT Studies Program, Queer or Gender Studies Program, Criminal Justice, or Administration of Justice Program. They are currently in use at several colleges including Santa Rosa Junior College in California. The books make excellent readers as they offer both stories about real individuals as well as supplementary information related to “coming out,” reconciling religious faiths, dealing with work place issues, and managing family relationships. Many LGBTQ students who are interested in a career in law enforcement, the fire service, or as a paramedic, still believe that they would be excluded for consideration because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. There are no textbooks currently on the market that show successful and positive role models in public safety and that include such an in-depth look at LGBT issues in law enforcement, the fire service, or emergency medical services profession. Our books provide evidence that you can be “out” and identify as LGB or T and still be successful in a public safety profession. For college programs looking to provide course content that is more inclusive and supportive of LGBT students, these books provide an excellent solution.
The stories contained in both books are true and relevant to today’s LGBTQ experience. They represent a variety of ages and experience from around the country including California, Indiana, Alabama, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Florida, North Dakota, and more. The stories range in length from 2 to 80 pages in length. Single stories can be used for individual assignments or together as a whole for a book report or study of LGBTQ people in the public safety work place.
- Book Reports And Oral Presentations
- Case Studies Related To Successful LGBT Role Models Working In Public Safety
- Written Assignments Comparing and Contrasting The LGBTQ Experience Regionally
- Discussion About Hidden Sub-Cultures Within Public Safety Professions
- Critical Thinking Assignments Related To The Impact Of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Attitudes in society and the work place
- Group Presentations Comparing And Contrasting The Coming Out Experience
Our Website can be used to supplement the reading of our books by providing links to LGBT public safety organizations, additional articles, and current news related to LGBT issues in law enforcement and the fire service.
Your institutional book store can order both books from our distributors Ingram Books and Baker and Taylor. Click Here For More Information For Book Retailers. Our Library Enhancement Project provides a way to get both books “on reserve” in your college or university library at a discounted price in the form of a donation. Click Here To Learn More About The Library Enhancement Project.
More About The Author
Greg Miraglia has been teaching college courses since 1986. He has extensive experience in curriculum design and program development including the design of an accredited LGBT Studies Program. He currently serves and the LGBT Studies Program Coordinator and teaches a wide variety of law enforcement courses including Introduction to Administration of Justice, Community Policing, Multi-Cultural and Diversity, and Introduction To LGBT Studies.
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