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CIU Alumnus Returns to Law Enforcement Roots

September 19, 2011

A 1981 graduate of Columbia International University is returning to his roots in law enforcement - ministerinig to the needs of first responders.  Robert Michaels, who also used to be an announcer for CIU radio station WMHK, was a police officer in Norfolk, Va. before enrolling at CIU. 

Michaels is well-known in the Christian music industry.  He is a former vice president of marketing for Benson Records, and later launched Lord & Michaels Entertainment working with several Christian recording artiists including DC Talk, Rebecca St. James and Audio Adrenaline. 

But Michaels is now "going home" having founded Serve & Protect, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the spiritual needs of police, firefighters, EMTs and corrections officers. 

Read more about Robert Michaels on the website "View from the Pugh." 

http://viewfromthepugh.wordpress.com/2011/09/18/music-business-veteran-returns-to-law-enforcement-roots-to-serve-homeland-heroes/ 

Visit the Serve & Protect website at www.serveprotect.org