Betty Frizzell is a career law enforcement officer and author of If you can't quit cryin' you can't come here anymore, story of her sister's murder conviction featured on the Netflix series, I am a Killer, Season 3. Betty served as a Deputy Sheriff in both the Lincoln and Ripley County (MO) Sheriff’s Departments and a police officer in Louisiana, Missouri before becoming Chief of Police for Winfield, MO. Frizzell has taught criminal justice courses and police as a professor and CTE teacher. She holds an M.F.A in Writing and an M.S. in Criminal Justice Administration. Her doctorate work is in Psychology. She served as a member of the Citizens Advisory Board for the State of Missouri Department of Corrections: Probation and Parole Division and was honored as the Lincoln County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year in 2001. Also, she was honored as a Starfish award winner from Seattle Children's Hospital and received an award of recognition from the State of WA Department of Health and Social Services in 2016. She is a speaker for NAMI-Missouri and Law Enforcement Action Partnership.