Keith Knotek
Genre
Most Recent Book Title
From Sorrow to Amazing Grace: One Cop's Journey (Release date May 6, 2020), Paperback ISBN: 978-1-64468-030-8; Ebook ISBN: 978-1-64468-031-5
Book Description
Battling alcoholism, depression, and trauma by surrendering to Christ and having a daily spiritual connection with God. The book is a Readers’ Favorite ® 5-star winner.

Keith retired after a thirty year career in law enforcement. Continuous exposure to violence and unaddressed trauma led to issues with PTSD, depression, and alcoholism. Finally broken and brought down to his knees, Keith turned to Jesus Christ for help. Keith experienced forgiveness, redemption, and healing as his spiritual connection with God grew. This is a true story of how the Lord touched the life of a seasoned law enforcement veteran in a powerful way and can certainly heal others when we turn to Him.
Additional Book Titles
An Empirical Study of the Organizational Structure, Behavior, and Performance of Patrol Personnel in Mid-sized Law Enforcement Agencies (Doctoral research project)
Location (city/state/country)
Arizona
Author bio
Keith Knotek is a retired sheriff’s sergeant and police commander with thirty years of law enforcement experience in California. He has a vast knowledge of law enforcement best practices and communications, including a background in governance and leadership.

Although he has held many different professional positions throughout his life and career, Keith cherishes the titles of husband, father, friend, and child of God the Most High. Keith holds an M. A. in organizational leadership, and a B. S. in criminal justice from California Coast University and is an adjunct lecturer at Northern Arizona University. He currently resides in Prescott Valley, Arizona, with his wife, Lily, and has two adult daughters.
Professional Speaker Topics
Policing, Stress Management, and Christian Faith.
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

People sleep peacefully in their bed at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf. ~ George Orwell

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