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Robert R. Surgenor grew up in a Christian home with parents who believed in the "rod and reproof." With a preaching father and a Sunday school teaching mother, Robert lived his life under the sound of God's word. Choosing law enforcement as his profession, he joined a local police department in 1982. During his years on the department, he has pursued several areas of interest, including police radar and the use of videotape in police work.
In 1987, Surgenor became one of the first police officers to mount a video camera in his police cruiser, and in 1988, captured the very first high speed stolen car chase ever videotaped in the world from beginning to end along with the capture of the suspects. He has appeared on many nationally televised shows with his video tapes such as Worlds Wildest Police Chases, Wildest Police Videos, Extra, and Real TV. In 1995, Surgenor was assigned to the detective bureau and was placed in charge of the juvenile crime unit.
Surgenor has studied juvenile crime extensively, attending and conducting seminars on juvenile crime, gangs, parental authority, and discipline. He has appeared on MS-NBC to debate Dr. Murray Straus on the subject of child discipline. He has also debated Dr. Heidi Feldman of the American Academy of Pediatrics on national television when the academy released their position against spanking. In September of 2000, Surgenor went to Hollywood as a guest on the Dr. Laura television show, promoting his belief that spanking is a necessary part of child rearing. He continues to lecture regularly to groups such as the PTA, Rotary Clubs, the Kiwanis, and other civic organizations.
He is the auhtor of numerous Christian books such as Egypt To Canaan: A Comprehensive Study and No Fear: A Police Officer's Perspective