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Randy Sutton

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Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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Jovan Hutton Pulitzer on Election Integrity, Jaco Booyens on Child Sex Trafficking, Randy Sutton on the State of Law Enforcement

The Patriotically Correct Radio Show with Stew Peters | #PCRadio

Stew Peters goes after Dan Bongino after misleading headline suggests the angry podcaster will take over for Rush Limbaugh.


19 Mar 2021

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Guests: Gavin Wax, Randy Sutton, Patrick Howley - Topics: George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, Donald Trump, Jared Kushner and the Racist Left!

The Patriotically Correct Radio Show with Stew Peters | #PCRadio

Another PACKED show from 'Patriotically Correct' www.stewpeters.com


11 Mar 2021

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ODMP Interview with Randy Sutton

Officer Down Memorial Podcast

In this edition of the Officer Down Memorial Podcast, Sheriff Scott Rose explains how this project got its start and its mission in an interview with Randy Sutton, one of America’s best known officers having been featured on the popular reality show “COPS,” “America’s Most Wanted” and roles in films such as “Casino,” “Fools Rush In,” and “Miss Congeniality II” as well as appearances on television network and cable news as a law enforcement commentator.  Randy is also a critically acclaimed author.  You can learn more about Randy Sutton, about all of his other law enforcement projects and listen to his podcast on Blue Lives Radio on the America Out Loud Talk Radio Network.  www.Americaoutloud.com/bluelives A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.


5 Mar 2021

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National Police Association Podcast #81 with Lt. Randy Sutton (Ret) host of Blue Lives Radio and founder of the Wounded Blue Foundation

National Police Association Podcast

QUOTES05:23 "Every single one of these heartbreaking communications ended with the same thing: I feel abandoned. I feel alone. I feel forgotten. And I looked for a national resource and there wasn't one, and so as a result, The Wounded Blue was born."08:46 "Post-traumatic stress is as real as a bullet. And many many many departments still refuse to recognize that that's even an injury. It's really shocking."12:06 "We call it our SEAL approach: Support, Education, Assistance, and Legislation. But I gotta tell you, we're fighting a really uphill battle."16:37 "We call it the K-9 Companion Program and we've given a number of these dogs to injured and disabled officers. And I gotta tell you, I have one guy contact me said, you saved my life with this dog. I was so alone. I was so lonely."18:26 "Our allegiance is to no administrations. Our only allegiance is to the men and women that contact us or we contact because we reach out a lot, and say you know what, you're not alone in this fight. You got somebody watching your six."-----------------------------SUMMARYIn this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, Sgt. Betsy Smith interviews Lt. Randy Sutton (Ret) host of Blue Lives Radio and founder of the Wounded Blue Foundation. The heartbreaking reality is that many cops who almost sacrifice their lives in the line of duty are not taken care of by their departments. Faced with a similar situation himself, Randy founded his organization to act as the support group that wounded cops can rely on when the community they served turns its back on them.------------------------------HIGHLIGHTS01:14 Why The Wounded Blue Foundation was born09:54 The reality that officers must "prove" that PTSD is a real disability12:40 Even lawyers have turned their back on cops 15:35 Savings cops with the K-9 Companion Program------------------------------RESOURCESNational Police Association


21 Feb 2021

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Compassion, Legacy, and Changing the World with Lt. Randy Sutton | THE INTERVIEW ROOM | Episode 027

On the Blue Line Podcast

Compassion, Legacy, and Changing the World with Lt. Randy Sutton | THE INTERVIEW ROOM | Episode 027 The Interview Room releases weekly. In here, I interview leaders from all walks of life creating strong and meaningful conversations to provide insight, guidance, and encouragement for the listener.  Whiskey Coffee?! Be sure to check out our friends at campfireblend.com and use the promo code BLUELINE for 10% off your first order. WATCH VIDEO OF THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: OnTheBlueLine In this episode, I sit down with Lt. Randy Sutton: Randy tells about his experience in law enforcement and offers advice to younger officers.  Randy discusses the importance of Compassion in law enforcement.  Randy provides an overview of his career and the lessons he learned along the way.  Randy recounts the scariest night of his career, that would change his life forever.  Randy talks about what makes a “Great” cop and encourages each of us to consider the Legacy we want to leave.  We discussed the great work of the Wounded Blue and we encourage listeners to get involved.  HOW TO CONNECT with Randy: WEBSITE: https://randysuttonspeaks.com WEBSITE: https://thewoundedblue.org TWITTER: @LtRandySutton FACEBOOK: @theVoiceofAmericanLawEnforcement FACEBOOK: The Wounded Blue Resources Mentioned: COFFEE: https://lawdogcoffee.com BOOK: The Power of Legacy by Randy Sutton PODCAST: America Out Loud Podcast with Lt Randy Sutton TV/ MEDIA: COPS After the episode:  SUBSCRIBE TO our YouTube Channel. LEAVE US AN iTUNES rating and review! FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT OUR Website. On The Blue Line was founded and is operated by active-duty law enforcement to fulfill the mission of providing guidance, resources and community for law enforcement officers, first responders, and military personal in their off-duty lives. HONOR | EMPOWER | EDUCATE | DEFEND

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28 Jan 2021

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Jen Kerns with Lt. Randy Sutton

All-American Radio with Jennifer Kerns Podcast

Jen Kerns kicks off the new year by discussing the possibility that the electoral results will be contested. Then Lt. Randy Sutton with The Wounded Blue joins in to look at the difficulties that law enforcement may face under a Biden-Harris administration.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


4 Jan 2021

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Everyone An Expert – Randy Sutton

Everyone An Expert with Bret Rawson

Randy Sutton is a cop’s cop.  This veteran police lieutenant from Las Vegas Metropolitan Police founded Wounded Blue, a charity established to support catastrophically-injured law enforcement officers, who were injured in the line of duty.  Most people may be surprised about the lack of support available to our brothers and sisters in blue who have risked their lives only to suffer permanent disabilities in the line of duty.  Wounded Blue seeks to change that. Bret Rawson interviews Randy who is joined by the organization’s Chief Operating Officer, for a heartfelt episode that you cannot miss! 


28 Oct 2020

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Heidi Harris Show Podcast #229: Lt. Randy Sutton on crime on the Vegas Strip

Heidi Harris Show

Lt. Randy Sutton is a 34 year veteran of law enforcement, an author, podcaster, and speaker on police issues worldwide. I asked him to join me about the recent crime wave on The Las Vegas Strip, what can be done about it, and the morale in police departments in America. Find him at Blue lives radio. or The Wounded Blue.org.  The post Heidi Harris Show Podcast #229: Lt. Randy Sutton on crime on the Vegas Strip appeared first on Heidi Harris Show.

7 Oct 2020

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Patriotically Correct Radio - Randy Sutton talks about Portland riots and weak police command staffs

Patriotically Correct Radio Show


17 Sep 2020

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Patriotically Correct Radio with Stew Peters - Guest: Lt Randy Sutton

Patriotically Correct Radio Show

Stew Peters talks with Lt Randy Sutton from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (Ret). Sutton is the host of Blue Lives Radio, the author of "True Blue" and an expert in the field of policing in America. Sutton is a frequent guest on national media and talks with Stew about the movement to defund the police and weighs in on the riots that took place around the country in the wake of the death of George Floyd, an African American man that died after having contact with the Minneapolis Police.


13 Aug 2020