While all three police chiefs admit there are similarities between their jobs, they do say they cover different amounts of crime. As you'll soon learn, these three men do live by the same rule when it comes to work.
"Yeah, we talk a lot, and I know I have a backup right there. We serve in towns so close to one another," said John.
Both brothers started in law enforcement, working as patrolmen, for their father, who was then Police Chief in Mounds.
Both Lloyd, Jr. and John say crime in their two towns is pretty high, at least, compared to the amount of calls they're father responds to, now, as chief in Ullin.
"Mounds is the biggest city in the county. So, we have the biggest crime in the county," said Lloyd, Jr.
"Ullin is pretty quiet. We do have the interstate. We also have substantially more money here," said Lloyd, Sr.