Earl (Doc) Scholl
Earl Scholl, Nickname "Doc", Medical Work, Emergency Unit, How he came to be an officer, Helping the Community. Changes in Holland, Childhood, Family, Mentor, Desire to help people and how to help, Response to help, Story of Mr. And Mrs. Lee, Social connection of Police and Community, Hardening of the Officer, Story of the young single mother, Humanity in the officer, What scares an officer (Story of a Sunday afternoon domestic call), Domestic Violence, Officer's role outside the traditional pan ofthe job, Changes in the community. Traffic, Stress of an Officer, Difficult calls and reaction, Family concerns involving the job, Challenge ofMedical Training, Rewards of the job, Selective enforcement, Seatbelt safety, Favorite ways to help people, Friends, Community perception of police, Police perception ofthe community, Growing
Repository citation: Nickel, Matthew, "Scholl, Earl (Doc) Oral History Interview: History of Law Enforcement in Holland" (2002). History of Law Enforcement in Holland. Paper 9.
Published in: 2002 - History of Law Enforcement in Holland (H88-0234) - Hope College Living Heritage Oral History Project, July 23, 2002. Copyright © 2002 Hope College, Holland, MI.