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The topic for the interview was County Sheriff Ron Bowman. I chose Sheriff Bowman because of the years of experience in law enforcement and because he's a beneficial and well recognized member of our community. He has worked for the County Sheriff's Office since 1990 and was elected Sheriff in 2002. Not only is he our county Sheriff he's a part of the Board of Managers of this State Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, the co-chair of the State Drug Endangered Children Board, a part of the State Crime Lab Advisory Board and is the co-chair of the County Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. (roughly Sheriff Bowman, n. d.). The focus of the interview with Sheriff Ron Bowman was diversity training for law enforcement officers, his remarks on various topics pertaining to diversity and acceptance of different cultures, races, socio-economic status, lifestyle, and gender, in addition to any challenges he sees in the way law enforcement officers deal with problems concerning diversity. We also spoke a little about his recommendations for anyone wanting to seek out a career in criminal justice and the significance of private choices and continuing education. It was refreshing to see just how much Sheriff Bowman and I agreed on many different situations when it comes to learning about different cultures and races, and how education is an integral factor in helping other people to understand the concept and acceptance of diversity. There's a requirement for those who are working with the public to receive and continue to be educated about all the many different kinds of individuals which we'll experience in our life and that simply because someone thinks, acts or behaves in a means which is different from our own doesn't mean that what they a.. .