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An inside look at law enforcement through a civilian’s interviews. These are stories of police told by officers themselves. They talk frankly about what it’s like to be a cop in these volatile times, what drew them to the job, and what the people they serve don’t know about the challenges of their work. It’s a view from the front lines and some very personal and emotional stories, especially about why each of these officers chose to serve. I draw on my ten years of experience interviewing, f ...
 
American Police Officer UP! is a talk show about challenges facing Public Safety front line officers and Public Servants at home and at work.We also spend time every segment on Leadership Challenges, corruption/integrity issues, facing Sheriff Doug Gillespie and other Police Executives across the country and their negative impact on the Rights of Police women and men.
 
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Ep. 29 Joining me is New Zealand police officer, Constable James Walkling. James is originally from the UK where he started his career in law enforcement with the Metropolitan Police in London in 2011. We talk about policing in these very different countries, in particular what it’s like to be unarmed in the UK and “semi armed” in New Zealand. We a…
 
Ep. 28 Head of Public Affairs for the Baltimore, Chicago and Fairfax County VA police departments, Anthony Guglielmi talks about advocating for LE while being transparent with and educating the public on what it means to be a police officer. He reflects on the rewards and challenges of supporting police departments in two of the largest and most vi…
 
Ep. 27 John “Jay” Wiley retired police sergeant and host of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast shares his personal story about his time with the Baltimore Police Department from 1980 to 1992, as well as his views on the issues and challenges LEOs are facing in these tough times. Jay details the incidents and resulting injuries that le…
 
Ep. 26 – Retired Southfield PD (MI) police officer Anthony McNeil shares his stories, experiences and insights from 21 years on the department as well as the inspiration behind his podcast “The Off Duty Podcast” and the Everyday Heroes Podcast Network which he created for podcasts about first responders and those who support them. I am pleased to r…
 
Ep. 25 - I am kicking off 2022 on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day with a thoughtful and forward-looking interview with Chief Doug Shoemaker with the Colorado Junction Police Department. The Chief shares his passion for the profession, his enthusiasm for its future and his focus on relationship building. Chief Shoemaker has been in law enf…
 
Ep. 24 - A Captain from a mid-sized agency in Washington State discusses the wide-ranging new police reform legislation that went into law in July 2021 in Washington. Many states are enacting police reform bills into law, but to date, few go as far as the new laws in Washington – including being the only state to ban Terry stops, a long-held practi…
 
Ep. 23 Today, I am bringing awareness to suicide and mental health issues within law enforcement. Joining me is Inspector Steve Hough who has 25 years in law enforcement. He is one of the co-founders, along with Karen Solomon and Dr. Jeffrey McGill, of Blue H.E.L.P., a non-profit organization committed to honoring the service and sacrifice of law e…
 
Ep. 22 Today’s episode is with Katie Nelson, Public Information Officer (PIO) for the Mountain View Police Department. We talk about how police agencies are connecting with community at the local and national level. Katie has a prominent role as the Chair of the PIO Section for the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) – the world’s …
 
Ep. 21 What is it like to be an officer involved in a deadly force incident? This is the subject of a powerful documentary, “Officer Involved” by filmmaker and former police officer Patrick Shaver. Over several years, Patrick interviewed officers from around the country about their incident and the emotional toll it took on them. He also interviews…
 
Welcome to Season 1 where the theme is Tactical TLC, Training Leadership and Communication. If you haven’t listened to Episode 2, where Gordon Graham talks about Training, or Episode 3 where he talks about Leadership, please be sure to do that! Check out those Episodes and the rest of our resources at TomorrowsPoliceOfficer.com At the beginning of …
 
Welcome to Season 1 where the theme is Tactical TLC, Training Leadership and Communication. If you haven’t listened to Episode 2, where Gordon Graham talks about Training, please be sure to do that! Check out that Episode and the rest of our resources at TomorrowsPoliceOfficer.com At the beginning of that episode, I gave a lot more information on G…
 
The Theme for Season 1 of the Tomorrow's Police Officer Podcast is called the Tactical TLC Show – Training Leadership and Communication. The podcast can be found at TomorrowsPoliceOfficer.com and by going directly to TomorrowsPoliceOfficer.com/Podcast Each guest gets to share their insights in each of these areas ( Training Leadership and Communica…
 
Welcome to the Tomorrows Police Officer Podcast! In this Episode I answer most of the questions you have - things like: Who is this for? Who are YOU, Kerry? Is this going to be worth my time? Will it be fun? Will I learn something new or is it the same old stuff? Who are the guests going to be? What sort of things are going to be covered? When will…
 
Ep. 20 With the NYC Pride Parade’s ban of NYPD officers from working and participating in this year’s parade, I turned to retired Seattle PD Officer Jim Ritter for his reaction. Ritter, who had a 40-year career in law enforcement, was Seattle PD’s first full-time LGBTQ liaison, and he created Safe Place originally for the protection of the LGBTQ co…
 
Ep. 19 With the dramatic increase in attacks on Asian Americans, I turn to Det. Beth Wareing who investigates bias and hate crimes for the Seattle Police Department. I ask: What is a hate crime? How is it investigated? What are the challenges? We discuss not only the increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans, but also in other categories like…
 
Ep. 18 My interview with another officer who recently left the Seattle Police Department. We discuss why he originally made the move from his home town in Alabama to join SPD, only to make the tough decision to leave due to the lack of community support and not being able to police effectively, including seeing victims re-victimized when police can…
 
Ep. 17 In Part 2 of my interview with this sergeant in the Pacific NW, we tackle the subject of deadly use of force and when it is necessary. We examine often-asked questions citizens have about these encounters. We then turn to how LE is a true family and the rewards of the job. As she describes, her best days on patrol were when people thanked he…
 
Ep. 16 Part 1 of 2. A sergeant with 20 years on a mid-sized agency in the Pacific NW explains she never considered becoming a police officer because of the unfavorable view she had of law enforcement growing up. We talk about what changed her mind and why a career as an LEO means so much to her especially, as she explains, as a woman of color being…
 
Ep. 15 Former Seattle Police Officer Part 3 of 3. Riots. Rewards. Resignation. Today I complete a series of three interviews with a former Seattle police officer who was with the department for 14 years. We talk about working the protests and riots over the summer, in particular holding the line at the SPD’s East Precinct the closure of which made …
 
Ep. 14 - Part 2 of 3. Joel’s story. This the second of three interviews with an officer who spent 14 years on the Seattle Police Department. We pick up where we left off in Part 1 talking about the work this officer did with SPD’s Crisis Intervention Team. We focus on the story of Joel Reuter. Much has been written about Joel, his skill working in …
 
Ep. 13. Part one of three – Saving Lives. This is the first in a three-part series with a former Seattle Police Officer who recently left the department after 14 years. First, in this part, we look back at the great work this officer did with the Seattle Police Department. We start with his response to the shooting in March 2019 of Metro Bus Driver…
 
Ep. 12 features Assistant Chief David Green with the San Bernardino Police Department. We talk about the challenges of policing in California due to the impact of state initiatives involving decriminalization, zero bail amounts, moving the prison population into county jails and more, mandates that are having a major impact on law enforcement and t…
 
A Detective from a San Diego County agency with 15 years in LE talks about his current role in robbery, home invasion, kidnapping and carjacking investigations. He started out with Seattle PD in 2005 and shares stories of his time there including the interesting aspects of working undercover. For the first time in this podcast, we discuss the impac…
 
January is Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention month, so I am talking with Jim Fuda who is the Director of Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound and Vice Chairman of the recently launched Crime Stoppers Global Solutions. A big part of their focus is international outreach to stop human trafficking as well as other major felony crimes. Ji…
 
I talk with an officer from a mid-sized agency in the Pacific NW who has been on for just under two years. We talk about why she recently changed careers to become a police officer and what it’s like having joined at this challenging time for LE. Given the location of her department, she has not been on the front lines of riots and protests. But sh…
 
For National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, January 9, I’m sharing a short collection of quotes from the first set of interviews I did with officers in 2020. I am a civilian doing this podcast to give law enforcement a voice at this difficult time. My goal is to tell the real stories of LE to shine a light on your commitment, sacrifice and the g…
 
Metro Transit Bus Driver Eric Stark is widely hailed as a hero in Seattle for his quick thinking and actions to save his passengers after he was shot while driving his bus in North Seattle on March 27, 2019. Eric recounts the harrowing ordeal and credits two Seattle Police Officers with saving his life. After receiving a Seattle PD Challenge Coin f…
 
Lt. Christopher Cook, Public Information Officer for the Arlington Police Department in Texas has a unique perspective on issues facing police departments around the country because he is involved in three of the largest police and communications organizations in the world: Major Cities Chiefs, The International Association of Chiefs of Police and …
 
As we give thanks this time of year, I am sharing what one Colorado citizen and his wife and friends are doing to step out of being the silent majority into the vocal majority by taking active steps to show their support for officers in their area – and for all law enforcement. To all officers and your families and friends, I hope you’ll take a mom…
 
Retired LAPD Det. Moses Castillo discusses civil unrest in Los Angeles and the calls from city officials to defund LAPD the impact of which, as in other markets, affects not only their ability to respond to calls, but also demoralizes officers. A 30-year veteran of the department, he started out during the Rodney King riots, and he compares the soc…
 
A Seattle citizen sends a very personal message of thanks to the Seattle Police officers who saved his life after a drive-by shooting two years ago this month. He tells his story not only to share his gratitude for all law enforcement, but also to help others see the good that officers do, the stories that don’t make news. As you will hear, he also…
 
Ep. 3 Former Seattle Police Officer looks back at 40-year career; his experience as a Black man in life and in law enforcement; the issues facing society and LE today; why he became a police officer, the people he remembers and the rewards of the job.Abby Ellsworth
 
Chief from a Pacific NW agency shares his views on steps law enforcement can take to win back public trust. We discuss bias and de-escalation training and how the best-trained officers are the least likely to use force; and we look at the viability of the co-responder model. He talks about how the Rodney King incident nearly caused him to leave the…
 
Ep. 1 Seattle TV reporter Linda Byron shares the significance of the Seattle Police Department’s loss of its first Black female police Chief when Carmen Best suddenly resigns. (6:15 min). An SPD sergeant reacts to Best's news, to the murder of George Floyd, and he describes what it’s like on the front lines of the riots that have plagued the city f…
 
Retired Homicide Lieutenant Lew Roberts spoke out concerning questionable officer involved shootings while employed as a member of the LVMPD. His concerns fell on deaf ears and during a meeting about "Trigger Yant" he was asked to leave. Now as a retired member of the law enforcement community he is finally able to come forward publicly to call for…
 
ACCORDING TO WATCH DOG WAG : Sgt Kasey Matthews made a big splash blowing Sheriff Doug Gillespie in a vain attempt to get him to stop his completely 100% non-gay though completely nude camping trips like the one with his new Undersheriff, Jimmy Dixon! Metro’s Sgt Kasey Matthews–a head case cop if there ever was one–has been causing all sorts of shi…
 
Once you reach the rank that you can't fight crime any more some Law Enforcement Executives fight the crime fighters that they are jealous of. It's that simple. Sergeant Norm Jahn a dedicated crime fighter and passionate police leader is being witch hunted by some of the most vile individuals, Captain Charles Skank III (Infected with the HNIC disea…
 
Little could stand in Debra Gauthier's way. A marathon runner, Debra excelled in the Police Academy, garnering respect as one of the few female police officers in Las Vegas. However, through her twenty-one years on the police force, Debra faced discrimination in the male-dominated profession, suffering demotions and unsafe working conditions when o…
 
Guest host ASSEMBLYMAN WENDELL P. WILLIAMS speaks out on this topic. Lieutenant Juanita Goode is back and mad as hell!! Mad that Sheriff Doug Gillespie is acting a fool again and relieving a guy of duty prior to discipline. Obviously baited into the confrontation by a citizen exercising his rights he should at least be suspended perhaps a major is …
 
Sheriff Doug Gillespie allows notorious LVMPD GANGSTER, CRACK/GUN DEALER LIEUTENANT STEVE MENGER TO RETIRE ON MARCH 17???!!! AFTER SPENDING 1000000 THOUSAND DOLLARS ON A TOP SECRET CLEARANCE FOR HOMELAND SECURITY DRUG DEALER STEVE MENGER HE IS RETIRING ON THE 17!!! I IS ALSO RUMORED THAT HE WAS THE SUPPLIER OF DRUG ADDICTS SUCH AS ROBERT SEBBY AND …
 
beating his wife, driving drunk, bk fraud, suspect in kennedy assasination and mlk, (even though charles was 3 when it happened) and blame him for 9-11 toooooo!!!!! GIVE THE GUY A BREAK!!! Now lets talk about some real crooked and evil vile WHORING THIEVING DOGS:GILLESPIE, McClary and Mood swing!!!!AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER UP
 
WIFE BEATER GILLESPIE IS ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL RUSHING TO WITCH HUNTS AND PROSECUTING OFFICERS FOR A CRASH WHILE lIEUTENANT PAUL PAGE A THIEF GETS OFF AND DRUG DEALING LIEUTENANT STEVE MENGER IS NO WHERE TO BE FOUND DIZZY CARE TO TAKE YOUR HAND OFF YOUR D---K AND MAN UP??AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER UP
 
SOME TIMES A WIFE BEATER HAS TO STRIKE OUT AGAINST HIS OWN EMPLOYEES!! LT. JUANITA GOODE IS BACK WITH TIPS ON HOW TO DEAL WITH THE DEVIL HIMSELF SHERIFF DOUG GILLESPIE!!!!AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER UP
 
THE VOTES ARE IN THE ELECTION HAS BEEN HELD FOR AMERICA'S MOST CORRUPT AND SLEAZY SHERIFF!!SLIME BALL SHERIFF DOUG GILLESPIE YOU WON!!! HERE IS HOW HE BEAT THE ODDS AND OVERCAME THE OBSTACLES TO ACHIEVE THIS MOST DISTINGUISHED CROWN!!!AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER UP
 
Assistant Sheriff Mike McClary a racist :attacks sheriffs' debate attendee in temple while wearing yarmulke? "Say it aint so"!!! Was it over missing millions, blonde drivers, sexcapades in gargages and other allegations and indictments made against our evil low life sheriff better known by officers as "Fidel Castro" the mail theft!!!…
 
Prosecutor Scott Mitchell must have got his law degree out of a cracker jack box because he puts on his case complete with geberish and ramblings so that the defendents have to think of a brick wall the whole time to keep from laughing. He needs the book an idiots guide to prosecutingAMERICAN POLICE OFFICER UP
 
Sheriff Doug Gillespie is as arrogant horses ass and a retard mongoloid. 14 million is missing from homeland security and this retard has not been indicted. Well here is your indictment!!AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER UP
 
SHERIFF DOUG GILLESPIE BREAKING NEWS: Over the years you have seen this so-called sheriff Doug Gillespie throw innocent officers under the bus for minor infractions; two poor officers for doing their job, Bisch for helping out a dog bite victim, me for loan documentation¸ a colleagues of mine for co mingling funds in an organization that she ran, a…
 
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