I’m a Cop and I Have Tourette’s – Tourette’s Cop – EP 79
Officer Craig a.k.a “Tourette's Cop”, is a police officer from Minnesota, who has 10 years on the job and he suffers from Tourette syndrome. A neurological condition that causes “Tics”…. which are sudden twitches, movements, or sounds that people do repeatedly.
I have been following Craig on Instagram for a while and I find his profile and story to be very inspirational.
He has been making a impact on others who suffer from Tourette and I wanted to have him on, to find out more about “TS” and to find out how it effects his ability to be a cop.
ABOUT CRAIG “TOURETTE'S COP”
- 10 Years in law enforcement
- From Minnesota
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[03:10] Lead Off Question – “Why Law Enforcement?” Craig explains that although it sounds very “cliché”, it was something he always wanted to do, since being a kid. He says growing up, he always looked up to law enforcement.
[24:01] Dig Deeper – This is the part of the podcast were I dig into the guest's social media and I craft questions around 3-5 of those posts.
Craig shares what's it like to have Tourette Syndrome and being a cop. He also shares how the whole “Tourette's Cop” thing on social media, was not something he was crazy about doing…
And how it has really taken off and is inspiring others.
[43:38] Random Seven – These are seven, totally random questions that I asked Craig. And they're all electronically created.
Craig shares one of the strangest places he has ever slept.
[51:39] This or That – This is my version of a speed round.
[55:37] Flip The Script – I added this new part to the podcast, where the guest get's to ask you the listener one question and it can be anything they want.
Craig's Question: Choose one Boxers or briefs? Please leave your answer below in the comment section.