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The law enforcement podcast that focus on the people, not politics, departments or tactics. Hosted by Retired Police Officer, Anthony McNeil, "The Off Duty Podcast" is unlike any other LE podcast. It's fun and informative conversations with retired and active police officers and those who support the profession.
 
Over a decade of planning and persistence in the making, the National Law Enforcement Museum has opened its doors to the public. Finally, citizens and law enforcement professionals from diverse perspectives and backgrounds will have a place to share in the vibrant story of American law enforcement. Within the walls of the Museum’s strikingly contemporary exterior, artifacts from our collection of more than 25,000 objects tell the story of American law enforcement – past, present, and future ...
 
We are a community of professionals in the field of death investigation. Whether you’re a coroner, a member of local police or county law enforcement, an EMS professional, or medical examiner – or frankly, anyone in between, Coroner Talk™ is the right community for you. We provide training and resources to coroners and death investigators by and from professionals around the world, a peer to peer training environment. I recognized that the training available for coroners and small department ...
 
Crime and Trauma stories from those that have been there. It is a True Crime Show, a Law Enforcement Officer Show and a Human Interest show all in one. Get a glimpse of life behind the badge, investigations of true crimes, violence they encounter and experience. Law enforcement officers, first responders, military veterans, victims of crime and their families tell their stories of the trauma they experienced mostly regarding True Crime incidents. They also talk about how they built their new ...
 
Law Enforcement Unconventional is a joint tactical forum combining law enforcement and special operations units discussing unconventional tools, tactics and training to assist law enforcement. Our show is hosted by a veteran United States Army Special Forces 18 Delta and a real life Shield Maiden who is also a federal law enforcement instructor.
 
AAB Law Enforcement Act. A Police reform Bill. A Bill to be presented. Discussions and episodes are based primarily on News reports and stories about Police brutality. The need for Police reform and about the Bill. As well other talks of injustices or random discussion. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ipodcast2020_/support
 
Join Dr. Jack Enter as he shares his leadership insights from 40 years of training law enforcement officers. Jack began his career as a law enforcement officer in 1972. Since that time, he has worked as a street police officer, detective, vice/narcotics investigator, and as the administrator of a law enforcement agency in the suburbs of Atlanta. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1984, has been a university professor and administrator. Currently, he lectures all over the world on the topic of Leadersh ...
 
When you stop learning, you stop growing. The goal of this podcast is to ensure that never happens. Whether you are a rookie, veteran, informal or formal leader in a police organization, you must continue to evolve if you are going to be successful. On this podcast we will interview police leaders from around the country to learn best practices, tips, and tricks so all of us can make those we serve and our organizations better.
 
The “Watch Your Six Podcast” is the weekly podcast hosted by Jonathan Parker that equips YOU, the law enforcement and first responder family, to "watch your six" by protecting the six vulnerable areas of life often left exposed to danger. Those six areas of health and well-being are (1) Mental, (2) Marital - relationships, to include parenting, (3) Muscle - physical, (4) Money, (5) Missional - leadership, current events, and (6) Ministry - spiritual.
 
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Her Husband a Deputy Was Shot And Murdered. She Tells Their Story and Impact of His Death. Special Episode. The Breakout App is an Audio Networking Platform and Social Networking App all in one. Breakout lets users listen in on live conversations or be a part of the conversation. Get it free, with versions for iPhone and Android devices. You can do…
 
My guest on this episode, Dexter Pitts, is a purple heart recipient and medically retired US Army veteran. He's the author of "I Am Pitts: Memoirs of an American Patriot". Admittedly, Dexter has been through a lot in his life, but he doesn't use the things that have happened to him as an excuse. About Dexter Pitts 12 Years in Law Enforcement Publis…
 
(Part 1) A first-of-its-kind traffic safety summit, the National Law Enforcement Traffic Safety Summit brought together experts to discuss statistics, problems, and solutions regarding traffic safety concerns for officers. Tune in to this first part to hear opening remarks from professionals in a variety of fields in support of traffic safety.…
 
Support Services staff are trained professionals from various fields, including medicine, mental health, and law enforcement. The team is committed to providing sincere and compassionate support at a pace survivors are comfortable with. We maintain the highest level of confidentiality. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In the even…
 
This week we talk to Ari Knazan. We went beyond the typical “why cops should train”. We discuss some of the systemic problems in law enforcement in regard to training, types of training available and our pet peeves we see in our profession. Ari Knazan co-founded Invictus with Jason Rebsch in an effort to educate police officers and departments on t…
 
Born in Arkansas, the son of a WWI veteran, Reb joined the Army Air Corps straight out of high school so he wouldn't be drafted into the infantry. After some time as a weapon's inspector, he was transferred to the 384th bomb group as a B-17 gunner. While deployed to England, Reb and the 384th were sent to France and Germany for several combat missi…
 
His Drastic Collapse After Surviving A Deadly Officer-Involved Gunfight. His Recovery and Mission After. What do you get when you combine social audio with social media, all in one free app? A Free new App called Breakout, get it at www.LetBreak.com, there is a free version for iPhone and Android devices. Be sure to follow John J Wiley of the Law E…
 
Traumatic Brain Injury Ended This Cop’s Career. The Effects on the Family and their Life After. The incident that forced his retirement, the long term effects on the family and how her career, plans and action saved them from financial ruin. There is social media and then there was social audio. Now the Breakout app combines the best of both. Best …
 
Stefanie Rose is a had I had never heard before. That is, until I posted a IG story, asking my followers, "what law enforcement officer would they like to hear on the podcast?" Well out of all the replies I received, Stefanie's name was mentioned 40% of the time. So naturally, I had to check her out and ask her to be a guest.... And boy am I glad I…
 
Trauma That Our First Responders Are Exposed To. The Effects and Life After. Special Episode. There is social media and then there was social audio. Now the Breakout app combines the best of both. Best of all the Breakout app is free, with versions for iPhone and Android devices. You can download the app for free at the App Store and Google Play. O…
 
(Part 1) A panel of five astute professionals discuss ways to bridge the ever-evolving relationship between police and their communities, and also introduce the Community Alliances and Law Enforcement Bulletin Network, also known as CALEB, a new social media platform designed to foster conversations like this.…
 
The Killing of Police Officers. Being a Cop in Baltimore, one of America’s Most Violent Cities. The Murder of Police Officer Adolfo, and our connections to the crime. His career in law enforcement and book about all those officers that lost their lives. If you enjoy the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast, please tell a friend or two, or t…
 
I was introduced to Aaron Terrill, by Sara Correll, (founder of "The Power of Our Story and former guest). Aaron is a medically retired police officer, from Lansing, Michigan (about 45 minutes from me). Aaron was force to retire after being involved in a traffic accident, while responding to a state trooper calling for help. Aaron talks about the a…
 
On October 15, 1991, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial was dedicated to permanently honor fallen officers who made the ultimate sacrifice. In this episode, Bill Alexander, the Memorial's Executive Director, will discuss the Memorial's unique design features and their meanings, how officers are selected to be added to the wall, and the …
 
Investigating the Line of Duty Deaths of Other Cops. A Look at Being a Hostage Negotiator. And Being on The TV Show COPS. When the worst happens someone has to respond and handle it. From Cops being killed to the realities of being a Sheriff's Hostage Negotiator. Be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook. If you enjoy the Law Enforcement Today Radi…
 
Shot by a Pedophile, Her Leg was Amputated. Her Determined and Amazing Return to Full Duty. Learning to live with catastrophic physical, mental & emotional injuries. Retired R.C.M.P. Officer Laurie White tells her powerful & inspiring story. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Laurie White, a constable with the Royal Canadian Mounted P…
 
I've been following Tyra Valeriano for a while now on Instagram. As someone who enjoys travelling, I really enjoyed Tyra's content. Then in one of her post, I noticed that she had moved to Thailand with your husband and son. Immediately, I had to reach out to Tyra and ask her to join me on the podcast. She shares, not only why she left law enforcem…
 
In the Spring of 1970, tragedy struck the campus of Kent State University, in Kent, Ohio. What began as a planned demonstration in response to President Nixon’s announcement of the American military’s incursion of Cambodia ended in the murder of four students. In this episode, we will break down the timeline of events during that fateful May weeken…
 
“If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit!” The clever quips of Defense Attorney Johnnie Cochran and his meticulously planned defense for his client, OJ Simpson, are on full display in the courtroom of the Honorable Judge Lance Ito during the Spring and Summer of 1995. In Part 2 of our dive into the case of the People vs. OJ Simpson, we will focus on the…
 
From summer of 1994 to the fall of 1995, The People vs. OJ Simpson created a world-renowned media spectacle that kept viewers on the edge of their seats as they watched the courtroom drama unfold. But this story was far from fiction. The trial, which sought justice for the devastating murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman seemed to foc…
 
On July 28, 2022, the National Law Enforcement Museum hosted a truly one-of-a-kind traffic safety summit with subject-matter experts, real-life stories, and innovative technologies used to help law enforcement stay safe. Traffic-related fatalities, solutions for prevention, and instilling a stronger culture of safety were the key points of emphasis…
 
Established as one of three foundational pillars of the Memorial Fund, the Officer, Safety, and Wellness department works with federal, state, and local governments, as well as the private sector, to determine the most up-to-date best practices to keep law enforcement both mentally and physically safe while on and off the job. This episode provides…
 
(Part 2) A look back at the investigation into the OJ Simpson trial and the role played by DNA evidence: its use, misuse, and how its very presence affected public perception of what is now considered standard practice in criminal proceedings.National Law Enforcement Museum
 
(Part 1) A look back at the investigation into the OJ Simpson trial and the role played by DNA evidence: its use, misuse, and how its very presence affected public perception of what is now considered standard practice in criminal proceedings.National Law Enforcement Museum
 
Inspired by the depth and severity of the nation’s homelessness crisis made even more apparent by the coronavirus pandemic, this discussion considers the lack of access to regular mental and physical healthcare among people experiencing homelessness, leading to unnecessary entanglement with the criminal justice system. Collaboration between law enf…
 
Police “Street Sense”, What Is It? An Explanation and Where It Comes From. He was Chief of Police two times. He talks about the rarely explained police “street sense”. How it is used and where it is learned. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shatterproof for First Responde…
 
Check out the online course here: https://www.ditacademyonline.org/courses/Suicide-and-Self-Harm An initial exam while still on the scene is imperative for the overall determination of cause and manner of death as well as collecting time sensitive facts and evidence. This exam is only the first of two external exams. This one being on the scene and…
 
This week we talk to Daniel Spychalski. We discuss decision and resistive based police training, inadequate training, perfect outcome expectations. Daniel is a Multiple Martial art black belts, mixed martial arts, Police Instructor certified in defensive tactics, firearms, rifle, multiple ballistic shields. He has Patents in shoot back target syste…
 
This week I am giving you a little something different. I was hot able to record this week because I've been in quarantine with covid. So this week, I'm going to give you a episode from my VIP members area. Going solo for this episode because I want to give you a little history lesson on the "Thin Blue Line" flag and try to unpack why many link the…
 
From Street Cop to Homicide Detective Sergeant to Star on the Reasonable Doubt TV Show. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shatterproof for First Responders at FHE Health. Retired Homicide Sergeant Chris Anderson tells his amazing story. He shares his experience in policing…
 
Her State Police Husband Suffered A Serious Injury In An On-Duty Accident. How T.B.I. Changed Their Lives. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shatterproof for First Responders at FHE Health. We rarely hear from the spouses of severely injured Law Enforcement Officers. Kay R…
 
U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier Stepped on an I.E.D. in Afghanistan. After Rehab He Returned to Combat. And he still serves as a civilian in war-torn Countries. An amazing and inspiring story of resilience, perseverance, and commitment to service. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-…
 
Eric McCants, is a 11 year police officer and believe it or not, a former erotica writer from Georgia. Eric shares the story of how, he was basically forced to resign from his first department and the lesson he learned from that experience. About Eric McCants 11 Years in law enforcement Husband and father Investigative Sgt. Former erotica writer Fo…
 
Abducted and Raped, the Trauma Led Her to a Career in Law Enforcement, to Help Others. Janet tells the horrifying story, of how she recovered and additional trauma during her career as a cop, retiring with the rank of Sergeant. She also talks about her continued mission to help others heal. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 2…
 
Check out the online course here: https://www.ditacademyonline.org/courses/Suicide-and-Self-Harm Victimology is the collection and assessment of any significant information as it pertains to the victim and his or her lifestyle. Investigators must know the victim and complete a victimology study on every suicide, you cannot properly investigate a de…
 
Newly retired LAPD Sargent, Marlon Marrache joins me on this episode. Marlon spent 24 years with LAPD and he talks about why he got into law enforcement and his time on the job. Marlon also shares about the culture shock he experienced after coming to America from Peru at age 12 and his life growing up and how unstable his younger years were. While…
 
Surviving a Deadly Officer Involved Shooting and The Aftermath. The shooting, the surprising response from his Department, his dark days, his recovery from PTSD, and how it lead to his book. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shatterproof for First Responders at FHE Health.…
 
Check out the online course here: https://www.ditacademyonline.org/courses/Suicide-and-Self-Harm Suicide deaths account for nearly 46,00 deaths in the United States, about one death every five minutes. The number per year has continued to grow for the past several years. Investigators face many challenges in this death, including when to rule a dea…
 
The “Homicide Hunter” Joe Kenda Returns with his True Crime Insights and More. An American Law Enforcement Icon talks about his career, true crime insights, television programs, and more. In a style that is uniquely Joe Kenda. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Shatterproof…
 
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