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How To Love Your Cop
How To Love Your Cop
Victoria M. Newman

Welcome to a place where I hope your heart is encouraged, you find resources to equip you for life and marriage, and you are further empowered to live into the circumstances and relationships you have chosen.

I believe in law enforcement.

Cops. Warriors for peace. Men and women who give their lives to serve and protect so that we can live, raise our children, love our neighbors, and dream about the future.

I believe in marriage.

Marriage can be difficult. Add a law enforcement career to the mix and the challenges multiply. Whether you are the LEO, or you are married to a LEO, everything I do is designed to help you be successful in your marriage. As the wife of a Chief in the California Highway Patrol for nearly 30 years, I have lived what you are living. The good. The bad. The very, very ugly.

I have hope.

And I want you to have hope too. It is my passion that our books and resources will indeed encourage, equip and empower you to be successful in your marriage.

Available Books by Victoria M. Newman

Victoria as a Speaker

Looking for a Speaker for your Upcoming Law Enforcement Event?

Victoria speaks to audiences of all sizes.

She's engaged round table discussions, been the keynote speaker in retreats and conferences, leads four- and eight hour seminars, and addresses departments, police leadership, and faith-based audiences as a law enforcement family advocate. She and her husband, a Chief with the California Highway Patrol also speak as a couple.

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Check Out Our Recent Blog Posts

Each post is designed to address attitudes, self-care, self-introspection, expanding perspectives, issues with children, and areas of interest to the law enforcement family.


Independence Day

Yesterday I had a good cry. It wasn’t about gratitude for our country, or amazing fireworks, or indignation of where our country is headed. I’ve done all that in years past. No, yesterday was a different kind of Independence Day. The month of June was about celebration. Thirty years of marriage. My daughter graduated from […]

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Operation Renovation: Lesson One

Our old home began its makeover in April of last year. It wasn’t hard to figure out what needed to be done first—the kitchen floor. It was a white linoleum that had undergone the wear and tear of four children, four teenagers and dozens of friends, thousands of meals made, hundreds of goodies baked, and […]

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The Realization…

“This home is not a safe place for me.”   The words cut like a knife. They dove down into the deepest place of my motivation and pride, and locked in fear and pain.   Not a safe place? Our home, the place where I strove to create home and memories and talks and beauty […]

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